This book provides a comprehensive and contemporary discussion about the three key areas of acute care surgery; trauma, surgical critical care, and surgical emergencies. The 65 chapters are arranged by organ, anatomical site and injury type, and each includes a case study with evidence-based analysis of diagnosis, management, and outcomes. Unless stated otherwise, the authors used the GRADE evidence classification system established the American College of Chest Physicians. Trauma, Critical Care and Surgical Emergencies is essential reading for all surgeons, fellows, residents and students, especially those working in trauma, emergency, and critical care environments.Ann Surg 1983; 198(4):411a9. Gruenberg ... Current concepts in the use of cavitary endoscopy in the evaluation and treatment of blunt and penetrating truncal injuries. ... Salim A, Sangthong B, Martin M et al. ... J Trauma 2004; 56(5): 953a7. ... Stone HH, Fabian TC. ... Primary repair of the colon: when is it a safe alternative?
|Title||:||Trauma, Critical Care and Surgical Emergencies|
|Author||:||Reuven Rabinovici, Heidi Lee Frankel, Orlando Kirton|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2010-01-26|