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Practical Procedures in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery

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 (ISBN-13: 9780511257858)

This highly illustrated textbook provides an essential guide for surgeons in training. It follows a step-by-step approach to performing a surgical procedure. It includes details of positioning the patient, the approach and reduction technique, the implant to be inserted, protocols for postoperative mobilisation, complications to look for, when the patient should be seen in the outpatient clinic and whether the implant should be removed. Intraoperative pictures have been incorporated to make the surgeon aware of all the important issues involved. It covers the most common trauma procedures that surgeons in training are expected to perform during their residency. Each procedure has been written by an expert. This will be an invaluable resource for the resident in training during the long on-call nights in the hospital while preparing for operations.

• Highly illustrated with intraoperative pictures and figures of the necessary implant for each procedure • Step-by-step detail of each procedure allowing the reader to understand the key issues • Provides rehabilitation protocols and advises what sort of complications to look for post-operatively

Contents

Part I. Upper Extremity; part fractures; Part II Pelvis and Acetabulum; Part III. Lower Extremity; Part IV. Spine; Part V. Reconstruction of tendons; Part VI. Compartments Decompression Fasciotomies.

Contributors

Peter V. Giannoudis, David Limb, Paige T. Kendrick, Craig S. Roberts, David Seligson, Gregoris Kambouroglou, Reinhard Meier, Christopher C. Tzioupis, Brian W. Scott, Doug Campbell, Raghu Raman, Christopher C. Tzioupis, David A. Macdonald, Hans-Christoph Pape, Hankemeier Stefan,Thomas Gosling, John Keating; Charles Court-Brown, Toby Branfoot, Martinus Richter, Peter Millner, Simon Knight

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