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224000_NCS_June Currents_2-eMag Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS): What to Do in the First Critical Hour of a Neurological Emergency Saturday, February 20th, 2016 • 8:00 am – 5:00 pm Orange County Convention Center, Orlando, Florida Intended Audience Program Overview Physicians, Nurses, Pharmacists, Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS) is designed Emergency Medicine Professionals, Health to help healthcare professionals improve patient care and Professionals Working in the Field of outcomes during the most crucial time - the critical fi rst Neurocritical Care hours of the patient’s neurological emergency. ENLS coversREGISTER Registration consistent set of protocols, practical checklists, decisionwith NCSa collaborative, multi-disciplinary approach that outlines a Registration is open and points, and suggested communication to use during being handled by the management. Neurocritical Care Society. Completion of this course and online assessment provides 15 hours of Level 1 CME, ANCC and ACPE credit and two-year ENLS certifi cation. For questions please contact us at or 952-646-2033 To Register for This Course, Visit: ENLS Offers: Topics • Advanced knowledge Acute Non-Traumatic Weakness • Ability to be current on advancements in treatment Acute Stroke • Topics that are directly relevant to neurocritical care Airway and Ventilation and Sedation • Improved patient care Coma Intracerebral Hemorrhage The Goals of ENLS Include: Ischemic Stroke • Improving the care of patients with neurological Meningitis/Encephalitis emergencies Resuscitation following Cardiac Arrest • Providing protocols that list important steps in Spinal Cord Compression managing a patient with a potential neurological Status Epilepticus emergency Subarachnoid Hemorrhage • Attempting to standardize emergency neurological Traumatic Brain Injury care by consensus of healthcare providers Traumatic Spine Injury • Providing education to anyone dealing with neurological emergencies Sub-Topics • Identifying areas where research is needed to Elevated ICP and Herniation improve the care of our patients. Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS) Hunt Hess Classifi cation of SAH World Federation Neurological Scale “This program is held in conjunction with the Society of Critical Care Medicine’s Critical Care Congress. The Society has reviewed the program to ensure its appropriateness for the critical care provider. However, the program is developed and managed by Neurocritical Care Society, an independent nonprofi t organization, which is solely responsible for its content and management.”

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