Complications in trauma and critical care
Describes the common complications associated with trauma and critical care and specific information about their management. Organized in readily accessible sections, with thorough reference citations and pertinent illustrations. Major sections include: systemic complications; head, neck, and neurotrauma complications; cardiovascular and thoracic injury complications; abdomen and alimentary tract complications; complications of orthopaedic trauma; the burn victim; and the pregnant and pediatric trauma victims.
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John G Williams
Infections in the Trauma Patient 20 11 Psychiatric Complications 104
Complications in the Management of Soft Tissue Assessment 111
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