NEUROtransmitter Magazine 2012

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Fall 2012 Edition

Neurotransmitter Fall 2012In this Issue:

-Developments in Neurocritical Care, by Brett Gidney, MD, cardiac electrophysiologist

-Neuroscience Nursing at SBCH: Our Practice, Our Programs, Our Outcomes and Our Future, by Laura Canfield, MSN, RN, ACNS-BC Clinical Nurse Specialist, Neurosciences

-Clinical Response to Frontotemporal Dementia, by Robert Harbaugh, MD

-Treating Chronic Low Back Pain: Time to Refocus?, by Thomas H. Jones, MD, Neurosurgeon

Summer 2012 Edition

Neurotransmitter Summer 2012In this Issue:

-Disseminated Glioma, by Sean Snodgress, MD, neuroradiologist

-Management of Cervical Arterial Dissections, by Matthew Tenser, MD, neurointerventionalist, stroke neurologist

-Medical Synergy in Santa Barbara

-Brain Fitness, Kenneth S. Kosik, MD, Co-Director, Neuroscience Research Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara

Winter 2012 Edition

Neurotransmitter Winter 2012In this Issue:

-2011 Symposium Presents Neuroscience Highlights

-Diagnosis and Management of Glioblastoma Multiforme, by Daniel R. Greenwald, MD, oncologist and hematologist, Cancer Center of Santa Barbara

-Seeking Answers to Key Questions About MTBI, by Stephen Kaminski, MD and Scott Thomas Grafton, MD

-Alzheimer’s Disease: The Gray Tsunami, Robert Harbaugh, MD

-Endovascular Management of Ischemic Stroke: An Interventionalist’s Toolbox, by Matthew Tenser, MD, neurologist

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