Principles and Practice of Burns Management
A comprehensive reference on all aspects concerning the management of the burns patient and reflecting international practice. This text is aimed at the interdisciplinary burns team. 40 chapters are collated into six sections which allow quick access to the information required individuals from the different disciplines within the team.
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