The skill required to determine an immediate life threatening abnormality in a brain CT scan is basic and can be learnt in a short time by people of various backgrounds and certainly by all emergency room physicians. Indeed the emergency head CT scan is comparable to an ECG in utility and most definitely as easy to learn. This book is intended for frontline doctors the world over to take away the myth surrounding the emergency CT brain scan and to empower them to serve their patients better. The author has gauged opinions of people he has taught and it transpires that not only is there a desire to learn this basic skill but also people learn it quickly and wonder why it has not been presented to them before in such an easy manner. This publication will present and elucidate these basic, almost foolproof steps in the interpretation of emergency brain CT scan for frontline doctors, medical students and other caregivers.