Training Programs

Visiting Scholar Program for Neurosurgery Critical Care Center

1. Content of Program

◆ Visiting/Studying/Training in selected surgical groups led by senior neurosurgeons, the trainee would receive comprehensive guidance and supervision from a professor/senior neurosurgeon.

◆ Basic theory study: treatments and managements of neurosurgery-related critical cases, including the brain, respiratory, circulatory, and other organ function support, nutrition support, prevention and treatment of intracranial infection, etc.

◆Clinical training includes: participate in clinical work, learn various monitoring and operation technologies, such as EEG, invasive and non-invasive ICP, TCD, percutaneous tracheotomy, external drainage of ventriculus and lumbar cistern, intracerebral hematoma puncture, ventilator use, CRRT, picco2, neurocritical ultrasound, prone position ventilation, etc.

◆ Opportunities to participate in the Chinese academic conferences.

◆ Opportunities to participate in various research projects of neurosurgery.

◆ Visit the neuro-anatomy training center (2 weeks).

◆ Surgical plan discussion with all senior neurosurgeons every morning

◆ Whole department collective review of all surgical cases of all subspecialties every week

◆ Entire department collaborative review of new technique/complicated case every week

◆ Entire department joint morbidity and mortality (M&M) review every week

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Therapeutic hypothermia under multimodal monitoring

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Ice blanket for therapeutic hypothermia combined with prone ventilation

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TCD monitoring

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Hematoma drainage

2. Duration

Six months/Twelve months: principles of diagnosis, treatment and management theory of Neurosurgery Related critical cases, including the brain, respiratory, circulatory and other organ function support, nutrition support, prevention and treatment of intracranial infection.

3. Supervisors









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