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Neurosurgery Award - 2005

Dr Celia Bradford was the recipient of BF grant funding in 2005

Neurosurgery Award

Neurosurgery Award
A randomised controlled trial of two serum magnesium concentration targets in the management of intensive care patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage.
Dr Celia Bradford
Intensive Care Unit, Hornsby Hospital
Funded By Kathleen Toy Bequest
Co-Investigators : Associate Professor Simon Finfer, Professor Michael Morgan and Dr Naresh Ramakrishnan

Neurosurgery Award funded by Kathleen Toy Bequest
A randomised controlled trial of two serum magnesium concentration targets in the management of intensive care patients with aneurysmal subarachnoid haemorrhage.

Dr Celia Bradford
Intensive Care Unit, Hornsby Hospital
Co-Investigators: Associate Professor Simon Finfer, Professor Michael Morgan and Dr Naresh Ramakrishnan

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