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Neurological Problems

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The nervous system is said to be the most magnificent computer in the universe. This may be true, however many of our patients present with glitches! This talk will cover some key concepts of neurological anatomy and function, before moving on to consider a wide range of neurological conditions, from traumatic injury to epilepsy.

For those already confident on neurological problems in First Aid, this talk will also cover more advanced techniques for CNS assessment that you can use on duty.

This talk is part of the Cambridge University First Aid Society series.

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