Manual of Orthopaedics, Seventh Edition provides you with quick access to the orthopaedic information needed to diagnose and treat musculoskeletal injuries and diseases with confidence. Your keys to excellence in your orthopaedic challengesab Am Broad scope covers the full range musculoskeletal conditions, from the commonly encountered seen in primary care medicine to the catastrophic seen in the emergency rooms and orthopaedic clinics Am User-friendly outline format provides quick access to essential facts on a variety of acute and chronic orthopaedic disorders Am Treatment algorithms provide an initial approach to all musculoskeletal problems Am Illustrations support the text offering visual guidance on common techniques a including placement of splints, use of casts, and injections New to the Seventh Editionab Am All chapters have been updated with the most current information Am New authors have been added to gain a fresh perspective and to update chapter outlines where indicated Am Clear distinction has been made regarding what conditions are appropriately managed by primary care and emergent/urgent care providers and which need orthopaedic subspecialist care A must have resource for students, residents, primary care providers, emergent and urgent care providers and orthopaedic providers in all practice enviornments.Brachial plexus injury or other peripheral nerve injuries should be considered diagnoses of exclusion in the setting of trauma. A detailed physical examination is required and includes cranial nerve function including swallowing and phonationanbsp;...
|Title||:||Manual of Orthopaedics|
|Author||:||Marc F. Swiontkowski, Steven D. Stovitz|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-09-10|