Classification And Diagnosis In Orthopaedic Trauma

Author: Rahij Anwar
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 113946941X
Size: 33.26 MB
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Classification And Diagnosis In Orthopaedic Trauma from the Author: Rahij Anwar. A highly illustrated book providing concise yet comprehensive information on fracture classification and management. The text has been developed according to the requirements of orthopaedic surgeons in training. The first section covers general principles such as terminology and dealing with multiple trauma; following sections take the reader systematically through regions of the body and the various possible fractures, covering diagnosis, treatment and healing in each case. Definitive information on the ever-disputed issue of classification of musculoskeletal injuries is provided throughout. An effective reference book for the clinic, this book is also an indispensable tool for trainees in orthopaedic and emergency medicine and orthopaedic nurses.

Trauma And Orthopaedic Classifications

Author: Nick G. Lasanianos
Publisher: Springer
ISBN: 1447165721
Size: 53.95 MB
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Trauma And Orthopaedic Classifications from the Author: Nick G. Lasanianos. This illustrated textbook is an essential and invaluable guide to young clinicians and researchers of Trauma and Orthopaedics, reporting all classification systems which are currently utilised in the clinical setting. It includes classifications relevant to both Elective Orthopaedic Practice and Orthopaedic Trauma. Clear graphic illustrations accompany the description of all different classification schemes in a comprehensive manner, together with a structured presentation of existing clinical evidence. In this manner each chapter of the different anatomical sites and pathologies assists the decision making of the readers regarding treatment strategy as well as informed consent of their patients. It is envisaged that this textbook will be a point of reference not only to the surgeons in training (residents) but also to senior surgeons and academic clinicians.

Orthopaedic Trauma

Author: Sebastian Dawson-Bowling
Publisher: CRC Press
ISBN: 1444148826
Size: 39.86 MB
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Orthopaedic Trauma from the Author: Sebastian Dawson-Bowling. Orthopaedic Trauma: The Stanmore and Royal London Guide is a definitive and practical guide to musculoskeletal trauma surgery with an emphasis on the techniques employed and the reasoning behind them. Written with the needs of trainees in orthopaedic surgery in mind, this comprehensive book systematically covers all aspects of trauma of the upper limb, lower limb, and spine, with separate sections on paediatric trauma. Many chapters include detailed descriptions of the initial diagnosis and management of common injuries as well as the consent process, theatre set-up, and surgical approach required for operative treatment. The book also features sections on topics such as polytrauma, pelvic trauma, and resuscitation, enabling the reader to learn safe, evidence-based approaches. Information on complications, key references, viva and multiple-choice questions to test understanding of concepts covered are included in each chapter, allowing the book to be used both as a practical guide to the treatment of patients and as a preparation tool for postgraduate orthopaedic examinations. This book complements the successful titles Basic Orthopaedic Sciences: The Stanmore Guide and Operative Orthopaedics: The Stanmore Guide.

Clinical Epidemiology Of Orthopaedic Trauma

Author: Yingze Zhang
Publisher: Thieme
ISBN: 3131660422
Size: 41.45 MB
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Clinical Epidemiology Of Orthopaedic Trauma from the Author: Yingze Zhang. One of the most extensive fracture classification studies ever compiled, Clinical Epidemiology of Orthopaedic Trauma comprehensively explores the distribution of fracture patterns in clinical practice. This second edition features an in-depth review of a much larger sample size in a nationwide study on fracture incidence. All fractures are classified according to the widely accepted AO/OTA system for immediate recognition and analysis. Not only will readers get a full statistical overview of fracture location, segment, and type, but they will also learn key demographic data such as age, gender, incidence rate, and more. Special Features: All new 349,935 fractures in over 371,822 additional patients than in the first edition More than 2,000 anatomic diagrams, illustrations, MRI and CT images, and X-rays that clearly demonstrate how the AO/OTA fracture classification and coding system works Easy-to-follow, standardized chapters that cover accepted classifications and nomenclature, anatomy, mechanisms of injury, epidemiological features, and take-home messages on diagnosis and treatment for each bone and segment Multicolored pie charts and bar graphs that make statistical information accessible and user-friendly Numerous case examples reflecting the author’s depth and breadth of experience In addition to being a core reference for orthopaedic residents and surgeons, Clinical Epidemiology of Orthopaedic Trauma, Second Edition, is an indispensable reference for academic researchers; medical schools, libraries, and hospitals; and clinicians reviewing data for analysis or publication. It offers a wealth of information that will impact treatment planning, future allocation of resources in trauma care, and initiatives in preventive medicine.

Ao Handbook Orthopedic Trauma Care

Author: Piet de Boer
Publisher: Thieme
ISBN: 3131470313
Size: 56.46 MB
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Ao Handbook Orthopedic Trauma Care from the Author: Piet de Boer. Orthopedic Trauma Care is a valuable resource for optimizing the care of orthopedic trauma patients. The book begins by presenting classification, wound and fracture healing, principles of fracture treatment, and information on the care of polytrauma patients. It closes with details on specific injuries and common complications and syndromes secondary to traumatic injuries.

Surgical Treatment Of Orthopaedic Trauma

Author: James P. Stannard
Publisher: Thieme
ISBN: 160406630X
Size: 69.72 MB
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Surgical Treatment Of Orthopaedic Trauma from the Author: James P. Stannard. Winner of First Prize in Orthopaedics and Rheumatology at the 2008 British Medical Association Medical Book Competition Winner of Association of American Publishers Best Book in Clinical Medicine, 2007This landmark multimedia reference presents the most current information on surgical treatments of a wide range of injuries, from complex pelvic and spinal trauma to periarticular fractures and knee dislocations. For each injury, the authors guide the reader from the clinical evaluation, through the decision-making process, and to the surgical procedure. Each chapter provides a thorough review of surgical anatomy, streamlined discussion of the classification of the injury, the non-operative treatments available, and the indications for surgical treatment. Concise, step-by-step descriptions of surgical techniques are supplemented by carefully edited videos of surgical procedures on four accompanying DVDs, containing over 18 hours of video footage. Highlights of the book: Tips and Tricks summarize key points of each procedure for rapid review in preparation for surgery Exam Pearls describe injuries, incidence, indications for surgery, and possible complications and are ideal for board preparation More than 1,400 photographs, radiographs, and drawings illustrate techniques New Techniques sections cover the latest innovations for surgical management A separate table of contents for the four DVDs and shaded text boxes throughout the book enable convenient book-to-video reference Highlights of the DVDs: Narrated videos of entire surgical procedures provide a window into the operating room--an invaluable resource for residents and general orthopedic surgeons who do not perform trauma procedures regularly Coverage of state-of-the-art techniques such as locked plating, minimally invasive fracture fixation, advanced intramedullary nailing strategies, staged reconstruction of periarticular fractures, new techniques for hip hemiarthroplasty, surgical management of knee dislocation, including double bundle ACL and PCL knee reconstruction, and the use of temporary postoperative hinged external fixation Each DVD has been professionally produced and features high-quality audio, special effects, and multiple camera angles for each procedure Authoritative and comprehensive in its scope, this landmark text will be an invaluable asset in libraries of all orthopedic surgeons, residents, or specialists seeking a comprehensive and didactic reference.

Clinical Epidemiology Of Orthopedic Trauma

Author: Yingze Zhang
Publisher: Thieme
ISBN: 3131660414
Size: 10.51 MB
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Clinical Epidemiology Of Orthopedic Trauma from the Author: Yingze Zhang. One of the most extensive fracture classification studies ever compiled, Clinical Epidemiology of Orthopedic Trauma comprehensively explores the distribution of fracture patterns in clinical practice. It is based on an in-depth review of more than 65,000 fractures in 60,000 patients at a leading international trauma center, with each fracture classified according to the widely accepted AO/OTA system for immediate recognition and analysis. Not only will readers get a full statistical overview of fracture location, segment, and type, but they will also learn key demographic data such as age, gender, incidence rate, and more. Special Features: More than 2,000 anatomic diagrams, illustrations, and x-rays that clearly demonstrate how the AO/OTA fracture classification and coding system works, with important implications for treatment choices Easy-to-follow, standardized chapters that cover accepted classifications and nomenclature, anatomy, mechanisms of injury, epidemiological features, and tips on diagnosis and treatment for each bone and segment Multi-colored pie charts and bar graphs that make statistical information accessible and user-friendly Numerous case examples reflecting the authors depth and breadth of experience In addition to being a core reference for orthopedic surgeons, Clinical Epidemiology of Orthopedic Trauma is an indispensable reference for academic researchers; medical schools, libraries, and hospitals; and clinicians reviewing data for analysis or publication. It offers a wealth of information that will impact treatment planning, future allocation of resources in trauma care, and initiatives in preventive medicine.

Complex Fractures Of The Limbs

Author: E. Carlos Rodriguez-Merchan
Publisher: Springer Science & Business
ISBN: 3319044419
Size: 58.10 MB
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Complex Fractures Of The Limbs from the Author: E. Carlos Rodriguez-Merchan. This book provides up-to-date guidance on the diagnosis and treatment of the most important complex fractures of the limbs, including fractures of the proximal and distal humerus, fractures and dislocations of the elbow, fractures of the distal radius, pelvis, acetabulum, distal femur, proximal tibia, tibial pilon, calcaneus and osteoporotic knee fractures. The most complex articular fractures are analyzed, soft tissue coverage is reviewed, and the management of open fractures and nonunions is described and illustrated. Other chapters consider damage control management and immediate bone fixation in the polytrauma patient, skeletal reconstruction and rehabilitation of complex fractures of the limbs. The book offers guidance to orthopaedic surgeons on which treatment options afford the best preservation of fully functional joints around the fractured bone. With this goal in mind, the authors have developed strategies that can restore full articular function of the limbs in both the short and the long term. Complex Fractures of the Limbs will be an invaluable aid to orthopaedic surgeons in treating patients with this very common and important clinical problem.

Mcrae S Orthopaedic Trauma And Emergency Fracture Management

Author: Timothy O White
Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
ISBN: 0702057290
Size: 31.60 MB
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Mcrae S Orthopaedic Trauma And Emergency Fracture Management from the Author: Timothy O White. This book is derived from Ronald McRae’s Pocketbook of Orthopaedics and Fractures, a highly successful ‘survival guide’ for the trainee working in accident and emergency or orthopaedic departments. Retaining the underlying principles of the original editions this comprehensive rewrite and re-presentation provides complete coverage of orthopaedic trauma surgery as relevant to contemporary practice. McRae's Orthopaedic Trauma and Emergency Fracture Management utilises a detailed descriptive and didactic style, alongside a wealth of illustrations all completely redrawn for this book. The first section on general principles in orthopaedic trauma deals with basic terminology and classification, principles of closed and operative management of fractures, infection and complications. The main section provides a regional review of specific injuries, each following a logical sequence describing emergency department and orthopaedic management, and outlining a safe and widely accepted management strategy. Each chapter begins with an overview of the relevant anatomy and principles of the examination of the patient. The book provides a comprehensive overview of both surgical as well as conservative management of orthopaedic trauma injuries. This book is a fully rewritten text based on a classic textbook by Mr Ronald McRae. Now in a larger page size the book contains over 500 illustrations all drawn in two colours for this new edition. Over 250 x-rays accompany the text, many of which are connected with the line drawings to ease interpretation.