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Bruce Campbell
Taylor & Francis, 1996 - Medical - 220 pages
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Provides guidance on preventing and treating the whole range of complications that can occur in the practice of vascular surgery related to arterial disease. With a strongly pragmatic bias, describes the incidence, aetiology, and published results of problems. The general complications discussed include cardiovascular, respiratory, and haemorrhagic; complications relating to specific procedures include carotid surgery, aortic graph sepsis, and mesenteric artery reconstruction; acute ischaemia and amputation are considered from such perspectives as interventional radiology and thrombolysis, the acutely ischaemic limb, and vascular trauma. Annotation copyright by Book News, Inc., Portland, OR

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List of Contributors vii 9 Complications of infrarenal aortic surgery
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Bruce Campbell is Assistant Professor of Modern Languages and Literature at St. John's University in Minnesota and serves on the editorial board of the Resource Center of the Americas' newsmagazine, Connection to the Americas, and its web companion,

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