International survey on management of peri-mesenchephalic SAH
online survey
The data from the following survey will be de-identified and will not be able to be linked to a particular institution, practice or neurosurgeon.
Patient Presentation: A 40 year-old male presents to the emergency department with sudden onset of severe headache. He is alert and conversant, with no focal neurological deficits and a Glasgow Coma Score of 15. He has no significant past medical history. A computed tomographic brain scan (Fisher 3 SAH) and CT angiogram were done. Two neuroradiologists reviewed these studies and neither report the presence of any vascular abnormality predisposing to hemorrhage.
CT head
1. How would you manage this patient? *
2. Assuming all imaging studies are negative for a source of hemorrhage, your management includes: *
3. Have you seen any patients with adverse events attributable to the management protocol you chose? *
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4. Please tell us about yourself (Grade of clinician) *
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5. Unit and country of practice *
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