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Part 1 Anatomy and Physiology

 1. Introduction
 2. The Central Nervous System
 3. The Brain
 4. The Spinal Cord
 5. The Peripheral Nervous System
 6. The Cranial Nerves
 7. The Spinal Nerves
 8. Nerve Action
 9. Reflex Arc
 10. The Autonomic Nervous System

Part 2 Neurological Assessment

 11. Introduction
 12. Vital Signs
 13. Mental Status
 14. Sensory Function
 15. Motor Function
 16. Level of Consciousness

Part 3 Diagnostic Procedures

 17. Skull X-Rays
 18. Lumbar Puncture
 19. Electroencephalogram
 20. Brain Scan
 21. Cerebral Angiography

Part 4  Care of the Unconscious Patient

 22. General
 23. Airway and Breathing
 24. Nutritional Needs
 25. Skin Care
 26. Elimination
 27. Positioning

Part 5 Infectious Nervous System Disorders

 28. Introduction
 29. Meningitis
 30. Encephalitis
 31. Poliomyelitis
 32. Guillain-Barre Syndrome

Part 6 Degenerative Nervous System Disorders

 33. Multiple Sclerosis
 34. Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
 35. Parkinson's Disease
 36. Myasthenia Gravis

Part 7 Cranial Nerve Disorders

 37. Bell's Palsy
 38. Trigeminal Neuralgia

Part 8 Head and Spine Injuries

 39. Head Injuries
 40. Increased Intracranial Pressure
 41. Spinal Cord Injuries

Part 9 Disorders of the Brain

 42. Cerebral Vascular Accident
 43. Epilepsy
 44. 
Brain Tumor

About this Course

 

David L. Heiserman, Editor

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Revised: June 06, 2015