Trauma: Contemporary Principles and Therapy

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Lewis M. Flint
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2008 - Medical - 784 pages
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Written by international leaders in trauma surgery, this comprehensive text spans the entire field of trauma, from trauma systems, to the composition and practice of the trauma team, to management of all injuries seen in a trauma setting. The book consists of short, specific, clinically relevant chapters. Evidence for therapeutic recommendations is presented wherever possible.

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insightful and educating at the same time

Contents

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THE TRAUMA SYSTEM 1 14 Trauma Care MedicalLegal Issues and Risk
171
and Future 3 15 Regional Relationships and Transfer of Patient
183
Maggio 17 OverviewMaking Music Out of Noise
201
INJURY PREVENTION Paul A MacLennan E Lanette Milligan
215
Douglas J Wiebe Edmund M Weisberg 21 Training and Development of Trauma
233
Drugs Alcohol and Injury Prevention 121
241
James H Holmes 23 Prehospital Care
251
Patrizio Petrone
373
Injury
391
Injuries to the Duodenum and Pancreas
419
Injuries to the Liver and Spleen
433
Abdominal Vascular Injury
451
Management of the Difficult Abdomen
477
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Pelvic
523

Injury Control Research 137 Alasdair K T Conn Paul D Biddinger
257
THE TRAUMA CENTER 145 25 Diagnostic Imaging
267
Design of the Trauma Resuscitation Area 147 26 Injury to the Brain
275
Design of the Trauma Operating Room 153 27 Injury to the Spinal Cord
289
Injuries to the Neck
337
Donald B McConnell Donald D Trunkey
351
Knee
553
in Children
575
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663
Ethical Issues in Trauma Care
751
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