Acute Surgical Management

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Nian Chih Hwang, London Ooi
World Scientific, Jan 1, 2004 - Medical - 702 pages
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Acute surgical emergencies constitute one of the main clinical aspects that a doctor in hospital practice is expected to handle and manage. This book addresses some of the important and common acute surgical conditions, and has been written from an Asian perspective, with extensive experimental input from practices that are more common in Europe and America. Various aspects of surgical emergencies, ranging from clinical condition to diagnosis and management, are discussed. "Acute Surgical Management will be suitable for institutional clinicians and medical students, and should be especially useful to those who have some contact with patients with surgical conditions. This would include surgeons (and basic or advanced surgical trainees), emergency specialists, anaesthetists and intensivists, as well as various surgical sub-specialists.

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Chih is with the Singapore General Hospital.

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