Descripción o resumen: This book addresses modern attitudes to, and management of, the common neurological conditions, reflecting the shift in clinical neurology from being a largely diagnostic service to becoming a specialty based on treatment, longterm education and support of patients. Throughout, the emphasis is on developing a close working relationship between neurologists, psychiatrists, rehabilitation staff and specialist nurses, and the importance of the team approach to patient care, including consideration of the patient's own experience of their situation and the role of community services such as lay societies and charities. This is the only text presenting this holistic approach to neurological care. The aim of this book is to stimulate debate about the best service provision for neurology, covering considerations relevant to the commissioning of services, running outpatient clinics, transcultural issues and the role of the nurse specialist. The book assesses the role of neurogenetics in preventive neurology and opportunities for the continued application of gene therapy techniques. Also covered are the psychosomatic conditions often faced by a neurologist and the management of the secondary psychological results of organic neurological disease.
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Subido por: Victoria García Martínez
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