Controversies in Neurology: Is the Zombie Apocalypse Upon Us? Local Outbreaks, Bioterrorism or Bioengineering Run Amok…

Event Time: Tuesday April 24, 2018 4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
ELA Type: HeadTalks
Topic(s): General Neurology
Director(s): Bert Vargas MD, FAAN, Joseph Sirven MD, FAAN, Constantine Moschonas MD, FAAN, Jennifer Bickel MD, FAAN
Description: Neurological centers are reporting sporadic zombie outbreaks around the USA. Emergency and Primary care personnel are dubious of its existence and increasingly calling for neurological consultations in cities across the US insisting it’s a neurological condition without managing the much more serious systemic complications of the condition such as asystole and rabid hyperphagia. This head talks dives right into the controversy tackling provocative issues such as Neurologist safety and quality of life and how this epidemic has few neurologists to stop its spread. Drs. Romero, Kirkman and Brooks debate and present novel reports of zombie occurrences which have been occurring since the 1960s. This moderated talk will involve lively interaction with the audience and live examinations of zombie patients demonstrating the various manifestations of this gravely serious condition. Localization of the pathology as well as therapeutic approaches to this malady will be proffered. This presentation is recommended For Mature Audiences Only..
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CME Credits: 0
Core Competencies: Medical Knowledge, Patient Care

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