Practice tips

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McGraw Hill, Jun 1, 1995 - Medical - 263 pages
This second edition of a handbook of practical medical procedures, first published in 1991, has been updated and now includes a number of new tips. The tips, compiled from the 'Australian Family Physician', are aimed at general practitioners and medical workers, and provide guidelines for dealing with injuries such as lacerations, embedded foreign bodies and fractures, as well as for procedures such as nerve blocks, musculoskeletal injections and skin repair. Includes an index. The author is professor of general practice and head of the department of community medicine at Monash University.

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About the author (1995)

John Murtagh, AM, is Executive Director, Education at the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners and Adjunct Professor of General Practice at the Department of Community Medicine and General Practice, Monash University, Victoria, Australia.

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