Time to beriplex in anticoagulation-associated intracranial haemorrhage

A. Nunn, D. Challoumas, M. Stoddart, M. Wells, D. Hodgkinson
2016 International Journal of Surgery  
stating that the content was of high quality. The presenters in the practical demonstrations were seen as very good (81%). Conclusion: The results indicate that the course was successful and that simulation training in neurosurgery has a significant part to play in the development of trainees. The use of 3D microscopes and televisions played a significant role in the quality of the simulation.
doi:10.1016/j.ijsu.2016.08.310 fatcat:un6hrdz6erh5hazytzmvcchwpm