NCS Podcast Series
The NCS Podcast Series is produced by the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS), whose mission is to promote quality patient care, professional collaboration, research, training, education, and advocacy in neurocritical care. The NCS provides and advocates for the highest quality care for patients with critical neurological illness throughout the world.
The NCS Podcast Series is produced by the Neurocritical Care Society (NCS). This comprehensive series of podcasts consists of interviews with authors of impactful articles from the Neurocritical Care Journal and other neurology and emergency medicine journals. Podcasts are released monthly and provide listeners with an in-depth exploration of hot topics in neurocritical care. We hope you will subscribe to the NCS Podcast series, which will be available on NCS OnDemand, and wherever you may listen to your podcasts.
- Episode 1 - Introduction and mission
- Episode 2 - Dr. Ramani Balu is joined by Dr. Andrea Morotti for the inaugural episode of the Neurocritical Care Society Podcast to discuss Dr. Morotti's recently published paper, "Lymphopenia, Infectious Complications, and Outcome in Spontaneous Intracerebral Hemorrhage".
- Episode 3 - Dr. Joshua Levine is joined by Dr. Deena Nasr to discuss Dr. Nasr's recently published paper, “Acute Brain Diseases as Triggers for Stress Cardiomyopathy: Clinical Characteristics and Outcomes".
- Episode 4 - Dr. Starane Shepherd is joined by Dr. Maysaa Basha to discuss Dr. Basha's recently published paper, "Acute Resective Surgery for the Treatment of Refractory Status Epilepticus".
- Episode 5 - Dr. James Siegler is joined by Dr. David Coughlin to discuss Dr. Coughlin's recently published paper, "Preventing Early Bouncebacks to the Neurointensive Care Unit: A Retrospective Analysis and Quality Improvement Pilot".
- Episode 6 - Dr. Starane Shepherd is joined by Dr. David Hwang to discuss Dr. Hwang's recently published paper, “Factors Considered by Clinicians when Prognosticating Intracerebral Hemorrhage Outcomes."
- Episode 7 - Dr. Ramani Balu is joined by Dr. Saef Izzy to discuss Dr. Izzy's recently published paper "Revisiting Grade 3 Diffuse Axonal Injury: Not All Brainstem Microbleeds are Prognostically Equal".
- Episode 8- Dr. Mike Brogan interviews Dr. Lisa Kurczewski about her recently published paper “Clevidipine Versus Nicardipine for Acute Blood Pressure Reduction in Neuroscience Intensive Care Population". This podcast is being published in conjunction with the Society of Critical Care Medicine, and the NCS Twitter Journal Club. Join the #NCSTJC conversation by clicking here!
- Episode 9 - Dr. Ramani Balu is joined by Dr. Mauro Oddo to discuss his paper "Early prediction of coma recovery after cardiac arrest with blinded pupillometry".
- Episode 10 - Dr. Mike Brogan is joined by Dr. David Okonkwo to discuss Dr. Okonkwo's paper “Brain Oxygen Optimization in Severe Traumatic Brain Injury Phase-II: A Phase II Randomized Trial".
- Episode 11 - Dr. James Siegler is joined by Dr. Vignan Yogendrakumar to discuss Dr. Yogendrakumar's paper “Lack of Early Improvement Predicts Poor Outcome Following Acute Intracerebral Hemorrhage".
- Episode 12 - Dr. Mike Brogan is joined by Dr. Mauro Oddo to discuss Dr. Oddo's paper "Fluid therapy in neurointensive care patients: ESICM consensus and clinical practice recommendations".
- Episode 13 - Dr. Ramani Balu is joined by Dr. Jennifer Kim to discuss Dr. Kim's paper "Epileptiform activity in traumatic brain injury predicts post-traumatic epilepsy".
- Episode 14 - Dr. Starane Shepherd is joined by Dr. Vincent Liu for the fourteenth episode of the NCS Podcast Series to discuss Dr. Liu's multicenter retrospective study, "The Impact of Acute Organ Dysfunction on Long-Term Survival in Sepsis".
- Episode 15 - Dr. Fawaz Al-Mufti is joined by Dr. Geert Meyfroidt for the fifteenth episode of the NCS Podcast Series to discuss Dr. Meyfroidt's article, "Ten False Beliefs in Neurocritical Care."
- Episode 16 - Dr. Joshua Levine is joined by Dr. Andrew Udy for the sixteenth episode to discuss Dr. Udy's article "Early Hyperoxia In Patients With Traumatic Brain Injury Admitted To Intensive Care In Australia And New Zealand: A Retrospective Multicenter Cohort Study."
- Episode 17 - Dr. Ramani Balu is joined by Dr. Brandon Foreman for the seventeenth episode to discuss Dr. Foreman's article, "Safety and Reliability of Bedside, Single Burr Hole Technique for Intracranial Multimodality Monitoring in Severe Traumatic Brain Injury."
- Episode 18 - Dr. Mike Brogan is joined by Dr. Bruce Campbell for the eighteenth episode to discuss Dr. Campbell's article, "Tenecteplase Versus Alteplase Before Thrombectomy For Ischemic Stroke"