20 Common Problems: Surgical Problems and Procedures in Primary Care
Dana Christian Lynge, Barry D. Weiss
McGraw-Hill, Jan 1, 2001 - Medical - 457 pages
This book discusses procedures in the context of clinical problems rat her than as isolated events. It is geared specifically toward primary care providers who practice in settings where surgical specialists ar e not immediately available for consultation. This concise guide to t he most common problems presented to physicians, portrays procedures i n the context of clinical problems rather than as isolated events.
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SUTURING TECHNIQUES AND MATERIALS
FIRST ASSISTING IN SURGERY
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abdominal acute airway anal fissures Ancillary Tests anesthesia anesthetic antibiotics appropriate artery benign biopsy bladder bleeding blood bowel breast cancer bupivicaine burn carcinoma catheter cause cavity cell cervical cervix cesarean delivery clamp clinical closure common complications cysts diagnosis dilation disease dislocation distal drainage ectopic pregnancy Epidemiology episiotomy epistaxis Errors evaluation fetal Figure fluid forceps healing hematoma hemorrhage hemorrhoids indicate infection injury intravenous intubation joint Key History Key Physical Examination laceration lesion lidocaine ligament malignant melanoma ment Monitoring muscle nasal fractures needle nerve block normal obstruction occur pain Pathophysiology patients pelvic performed perineal peritonsillar abscess Physical Examination posterior postoperative pregnancy procedure prostate radiographs rectal reduction removed repair require result risk skin sphincter spontaneous abortion subcutaneous suction surgeon surgery surgical suture symptoms technique therapy tion tissue trauma treated treatment tube Typical Presentation ultrasound urethra urinary retention usually uterine incision uterus vaginal vascular wound x-rays