Medical students (and indeed many junior doctors) can be fazed by the topic of neurology - so-called neurophobia.
This Codex tackles this phobia with a succinct, portable guide to acute neurology. Chapters 1 and 2 outline the basics of history and examination. Chapter 3 provides an overview of some common presentations, with an emphasis on performing a structured assessment. The remaining chapters are there to help the trainee perform acute investigations and deal with emergencies.
The target audience for this Codex is medical students in their clinical years, and junior doctors working in acute or emergency medicine. However, we hope it will be useful for physicians of any grade wishing for a recap of the basics.
Available now via the Amazon Kindle store.