Increased Intracranial pressure (ICP) can have dire consequences if the patient is not managed carefully. Sadly it can be often seen in both first opinion and referral settings and even with excellent interventions can still have a poor outcome.
On Tuesday I travelled to a Royal Society of Medicine event in London to attend a very interesting CPD day. This day was titled ‘Human Factors in Patient Safety: Comparative lessons from human and animal healthcare’ It was joint collaboration between Vet Led, Med Led and the RSM.
What would be your first thoughts if you saw this as a course title?
We met Matt via Instagram where his hilariuos response to our this or that had Sam in stitches. We decided we wanted to get to know more about this male vet nurse (a rare species) and his brilliant sense of humour!
In order to help us understand seizures it’s important to answer some quick questions first
What is a seizure?
A seizure is an involuntary change in behaviour or neurological status due to the abnormal activity of central nervous system (CNS) neurons.
What does the CNS consist of?
Brain and spinal cord.