Acute Care Surgery: A Guide for General Surgeons
McGraw-Hill Education, Oct 13, 2008 - Business & Economics - 446 pages
Sharpen your skills in 3 surgical specialties--with this one complete sourcebook
A Doody's Core Title for 2015!
"Thebook is easy to read, logical, insightful, and clearly meantfor practicing surgeons. Chapters are brief and suitablefor quick reading by the surgeon facing an emergency....Throughout, there is major emphasis onfigures and easy-to-follow diagnostic and managementalgorithms, which makes it easy for readers to grasp theessential message....I am certain that Acute Care Surgery: AGuide for the General Surgeon is destined to have a largereadership."--JAMA
"This book can be recommended for its well written chapters introducing generalists to principles of critical care. 3 Stars." Doody's Review Service
Acute Care Surgery: A Guide for the General Surgeon delivers a definitive overview of how to evaluate, stabilize, and perform surgeries for multiple emergent scenarios. Written by prominent surgeon educators, it takes you step-by-step from triage through the operation and concisely explains how to handle trauma, critical care, and emergency surgery situations. No other resource delivers such quick access to essential information prior to the procedure, helping to ensure optimal outcomes for the critically ill surgical patient.
Acute Care Surgery is written specifically to help you prepare during the narrow window of time between resuscitating the patient in the emergency room and the patient's admission to the operating room.
What people are saying - Write a review
Emergency Management of the Oropharynx
26 other sections not shown