Neurocritical Care Society's Emergency Neurological Life Support (ENLS) course is a collection of suggested approaches to the management of common neurological emergencies within the first hour of onset. Use of ENLS is intended for all medical professionals.
The goals of ENLS include:
- Improving the care of patients with neurological emergencies;
- Providing a set of approaches that list important steps in managing a patient with a potential neurological emergency;
- Attempting to standardize emergency neurological care by consensus of practicing and research physicians; and
- Providing education to anyone dealing with neurological emergencies Identifying areas where research is needed to improve the care of our patients.
These topics are simply practical guides that should not dictate care in any particular patient.
Please click on the links below to download the Version 4.0 protocols for each of the 14 ENLS topics.