Field Guide to Fracture Management

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Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2005 - Medical - 136 pages

Organized by body region and fracture type, this practical resource covers the full spectrum of topics related to effective fracture management—from essential clinical guidance on casting and splinting techniques and handling complications to chapters on training, case selection, and insurance issues.

Clear a path to effective fracture management!

  • Standardized chapter format includes a "how-to" outline to help you locate key facts easily.
  • Useful illustrations, tables, and figures offer vital visual guidance in the effective treatment of simple and complex fractures.
  • Practical, how-to approach shows you what works, what doesn't, and why.
  • Pediatric content assists the family practitioner in treating childhood fractures.
  • Tips on avoiding pitfalls help you optimize results.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
TERMS AND DEFINITIONS
15
Chapter
19
Chapter 6
33
Chapter 9
49
FOOT FRACTURES
61
Chapter 15
79
Chapter 17
97
Chapter 19
117
BIBLIOGRAPHY
133
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