Reoperative Gynecologic and Obstetric Surgery

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David H. Nichols
Mosby, 1997 - Medical - 435 pages
Appropriate diagnostic procedures, analysis of indications in timing, and the best surgical approaches to management are covered in this book. Numerous illustrations are used to clarify reoperative procedures. Six new chapters cover complications of laparoscopic surgery, the ruptured perineum, postobstetric genital fistual, and more.

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Contents

General Considerations i
1
Evisceration
18
Incisional Hernia
31
Copyright

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About the author (1997)

David Nichols is a marketing coach who ""makes us feel like we can achieve everything we want"" according to one of his global brand director clients. He teamed up with David Taylor in 2006 to become a Managing Partner of the brandgym, a consultancy that coaches teams to create a clear brand vision and the action plan to turn this into growth. He has led brand vision and innovation projects for many global companies and brands including Castrol, Vodafone, Unilever and Cadburys.
David is the author of ""Brands & Gaming: The computer gaming phenomenon and its impact on brands and business"" published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2005, cataloguing the rise and rise of a new global cultural phenomenon that is going to change the marketing landscape forever.
He started his career at OC&C Strategy consultants, moving on to the marketing consultancy Added Value where he spent 11 years rising to be Managing Director of the UK, including stints in Paris and as MD in Australia.
David has written and produced three full scale musicals and managed a professional improv troupe, "The Impro Musical," working with Tony Slattery, Eddie Izzard and Greg Proops.
He has a first class degree in Aerospace Engineering from Bristol University and in his spare time is an aerobatic pilot.
Contact David at davidn@thebrandgym.com

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