Trauma, Volume 777

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Mcgraw-hill, Oct 20, 2003 - Medical - 1469 pages
The classic trauma surgery text! This comprehensive and authoritative reference text covers prevention and pre-hospital care transport through trauma "scoring" as well as operative and non-operative management. Known for its current and practical coverage, the book features a commentary for each chapter written by a leading expert in the field.

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About the author (2003)

The authors are the most active and most recognized academic figures in trauma surgery. They travel the world speaking at the major academic meetings.

Kenneth L. Mattox, MD Professor & Vice Chairman Department of Surgery Baylor College of Medicine

David V. Feliciano, MD Professor of Surgery Emory University School of Medicine Chief of Surgery

Ernest E. Moore, MD Professor & Vice Chairman Department of Surgery University of Colorado Health Sciences

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