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Surgery [electronic resource] : Basic Science and Clinical Evidence

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780387308005Analytics: Show analyticsPublication details: Dordrecht : Springer, 2008.Edition: 2nd edISBN:
  • 9780387681139
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Surgery : Basic Science and Clinical EvidenceDDC classification:
  • 617
LOC classification:
  • RD31
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Contents:
Contributors; Preface to the fourth edition; Preface to the first edition; Acknowledgements; Layout of this book; 1 The daily management of patients in surgical wards; 1.1 Admitting the surgical patient; 1.2 Preparing the patient for operation; 1.3 The management of patients with pre-existing medical diseases; 1.4 The operation and afterwards; 1.5 Postoperative complications: presenting symptoms; 1.6 Gastrointestinal and respiratory complications; 1.7 Cardiovascular complications; 1.8 Urinary complications; 1.9 Infections, abscesses and fistulae; 1.10 Laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery
1.11 The junior surgical trainee's role in the intensive care unit2 Prescriptions and other tasks; 2.1 Management of intravenous fluids; 2.2 Prescribing drugs for surgical patients; 2.3 Sutures, staples and drains; 2.4 Relatives, discharge, death and documents; 3 Head and neck surgery; 3.1 Lumps in the head and neck; 3.2 Cervical lymphadenopathy; 3.3 Conditions of the mouth; 3.4 Conditions of the tongue; 4 Endocrine surgery; 4.1 Swellings of the thyroid gland; 4.2 Parathyroids; 4.3 Adrenal and benign pancreatic tumours; 5 Breast surgery; 5.1 Breast lumps and benign breast conditions
11.2 Conditions of the lower urinary tract11.3 Male genitalia; 12 Vascular surgery; 12.1 Assessment of chronic ischaemia of the leg; 12.2 Management of the ischaemic limb; 12.3 Aneurysms, acute ischaemia and arteriovenous fistulae; 12.4 Other arterial conditions; 12.5 Venous disorders; 12.6 Lymphoedema; 13 Skin surgery; 13.1 Benign lesions of the skin; 13.2 Pigmented naevi and malignant skin conditions; 13.3 Skin infections and hyperhidrosis; 14 Surgery of children; 14.1 Surgical conditions of neonates; 14.2 Surgical conditions of children
14.3 General management of the paediatric patient environment15 The management of trauma; 15.1 Dealing with a major accident; 15.2 Head injuries; 15.3 Chest and abdominal injury; 15.4 Spinal and pelvic injuries; 15.5 Trauma to the skin and limbs; Index
5.2 Carcinoma of the breast5.3 Conditions of the male breast; 6 Chest surgery; 6.1 Chest drainage and thoracotomy; 7 Upper gastrointestinal and small bowel surgery; 7.1 Oesophageal problems; 7.2 Stomach and duodenum; 7.3 Central abdominal pain; 8 Hepatobiliary, pancreatic and splenic surgery; 8.1 Hepatobiliary disease; 8.2 Pancreas and spleen; 9 Colorectal surgery and perianal pain; 9.1 Colorectal surgery; 9.2 Perianal pain; 10 Hernias; 10.1 Hernias and other groin lumps; 10.2 Other hernias; 11 Urinary tract surgery; 11.1 Disorders of the upper urinary tract
Summary: Features information on the evidence-based practice of surgery, including significant sections on trauma and critical care and the often challenging surgical care of unique populations. This title includes chapters on the pre- and post-operative care of the cardiac surgery patient, intestinal transplantation, and surgical infections.
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Contributors; Preface to the fourth edition; Preface to the first edition; Acknowledgements; Layout of this book; 1 The daily management of patients in surgical wards; 1.1 Admitting the surgical patient; 1.2 Preparing the patient for operation; 1.3 The management of patients with pre-existing medical diseases; 1.4 The operation and afterwards; 1.5 Postoperative complications: presenting symptoms; 1.6 Gastrointestinal and respiratory complications; 1.7 Cardiovascular complications; 1.8 Urinary complications; 1.9 Infections, abscesses and fistulae; 1.10 Laparoscopic and endoscopic surgery

1.11 The junior surgical trainee's role in the intensive care unit2 Prescriptions and other tasks; 2.1 Management of intravenous fluids; 2.2 Prescribing drugs for surgical patients; 2.3 Sutures, staples and drains; 2.4 Relatives, discharge, death and documents; 3 Head and neck surgery; 3.1 Lumps in the head and neck; 3.2 Cervical lymphadenopathy; 3.3 Conditions of the mouth; 3.4 Conditions of the tongue; 4 Endocrine surgery; 4.1 Swellings of the thyroid gland; 4.2 Parathyroids; 4.3 Adrenal and benign pancreatic tumours; 5 Breast surgery; 5.1 Breast lumps and benign breast conditions

11.2 Conditions of the lower urinary tract11.3 Male genitalia; 12 Vascular surgery; 12.1 Assessment of chronic ischaemia of the leg; 12.2 Management of the ischaemic limb; 12.3 Aneurysms, acute ischaemia and arteriovenous fistulae; 12.4 Other arterial conditions; 12.5 Venous disorders; 12.6 Lymphoedema; 13 Skin surgery; 13.1 Benign lesions of the skin; 13.2 Pigmented naevi and malignant skin conditions; 13.3 Skin infections and hyperhidrosis; 14 Surgery of children; 14.1 Surgical conditions of neonates; 14.2 Surgical conditions of children

14.3 General management of the paediatric patient environment15 The management of trauma; 15.1 Dealing with a major accident; 15.2 Head injuries; 15.3 Chest and abdominal injury; 15.4 Spinal and pelvic injuries; 15.5 Trauma to the skin and limbs; Index

5.2 Carcinoma of the breast5.3 Conditions of the male breast; 6 Chest surgery; 6.1 Chest drainage and thoracotomy; 7 Upper gastrointestinal and small bowel surgery; 7.1 Oesophageal problems; 7.2 Stomach and duodenum; 7.3 Central abdominal pain; 8 Hepatobiliary, pancreatic and splenic surgery; 8.1 Hepatobiliary disease; 8.2 Pancreas and spleen; 9 Colorectal surgery and perianal pain; 9.1 Colorectal surgery; 9.2 Perianal pain; 10 Hernias; 10.1 Hernias and other groin lumps; 10.2 Other hernias; 11 Urinary tract surgery; 11.1 Disorders of the upper urinary tract

Features information on the evidence-based practice of surgery, including significant sections on trauma and critical care and the often challenging surgical care of unique populations. This title includes chapters on the pre- and post-operative care of the cardiac surgery patient, intestinal transplantation, and surgical infections.