Practical Procedures in Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery

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This highly illustrated textbook is an essential guide for surgeons in training, providing step-by-step approaches to performing surgical procedures. Practical guidance is given on patient positioning, approach and reduction techniques, which implant to insert, protocols for postoperative mobilisation, possible complications, when the patient should be seen in the outpatient clinic, and whether the implant should be removed. This second edition has been extensively expanded and revised. Additional chapters ...
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Overview

This highly illustrated textbook is an essential guide for surgeons in training, providing step-by-step approaches to performing surgical procedures. Practical guidance is given on patient positioning, approach and reduction techniques, which implant to insert, protocols for postoperative mobilisation, possible complications, when the patient should be seen in the outpatient clinic, and whether the implant should be removed. This second edition has been extensively expanded and revised. Additional chapters address fractures of the scapula, fractures around the elbow, around the foot and minimal invasive plate osteosynthesis procedures. All of the other chapters have been expanded and revised to comprehensively cover the range of common trauma procedures performed by surgeons in training. Written by experts in orthopaedics and trauma, the book includes numerous intraoperative colour photographs to help readers visualise the techniques described. This will be an invaluable resource for all surgical trainees in orthopaedics, trauma, and general disciplines. Includes over 1000 illustrations helping readers to visualise the techniques described The concise, practical style ensures information is easy to find and absorb Written by experts in orthopaedics and trauma from around the world, drawing on decades of collective experience
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780511545726
  • Publisher: Cambridge University Press
  • Publication date: 9/28/2014

Meet the Author

Peter V. Giannoudis, MB BS, BSc, MD, FRCS is Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, School of Medicine, University of Leeds and Leeds General Infirmary University Hospital, Leeds, UK.

Hans-Christoph Pape, MD is Professor in the Department of Trauma and Reconstructive Surgery, University of Aachen Medical Centre, Aachen, Germany.

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Table of Contents

Preface; Part I. Shoulder Girdle: 1. Fractures of the clavicle Peter V. Giannoudis and George M. Kontakis; 2. Fractures of the scapula David Limb; Part II. Upper Extremity: 3.1. Fractures of the proximal humerus David Limb; 3.2. Fractures of the humeral shaft Theodoros I. Tosounidis, Peter V. Giannoudis, Ali Al-Omari, Paige Kendrick and Craig Roberts; 3.3. Fractures of the distal humerus Peter V. Giannoudis, Theodoros I. Tosounidis, Ali Al-Omari, Paige Kendrick, Craig Roberts and Brian W. Scott; 4.1. Fractures around the elbow Roger Hackney and Gertraud Gradl; 4.2. Fractures of the proximal ulna Peter V. Giannoudis, George M. Kontakis and Konstatninos M. Makridis; 4.3. Fractures of the ulnar shaft Nikolaos K. Kanakaris and George M. Kontakis; 4.4. Fractures of the distal ulna Tom Goff and Paul J. Harwood; 5.1. Fractures of the proximal radius Gertraud Gradl; 5.2. Fractures of the radial shaft Peter V. Giannoudis, Christopher Tzioupis and Brian W. Scott; 5.3. Fractures of the distal radius Theodoros I. Tosounidis, Peter V. Giannoudis, Richard Martin Sellei, Reinhard Meier and Hans-Christoph Pape; 6. Fracture of the wrist Doug Campbell; 7.1. Fractures of the first metacarpal Gertraud Gradl, Thomas Pillukat and Robert Farnell; 7.2. Fractures of the metacarpals II-V Gertraud Gradl and Thomas Pillukat; 7.3. Fractures of the phalanx Robert Farnell; Part III. Pelvis and Acetabulum: 8. Fractures of the pelvic ring Peter V. Giannoudis, Nikolaos K. Kanakaris and Theodoros I. Tosounidis; 9.1. Fractures of the acetabulum Peter V. Giannoudis and Theodoros I. Tosounidis; 9.2. Fractures of the femoral head Nikolaos K. Kanakaris and Peter V. Giannoudis; Part IV. Lower Extremity: 10.1. Extracapsular fractures of the hip Peter V. Giannoudis, Christopher Tzioupis and Theodoros I. Tosounidis; 10.2. Intracapsular fractures of the hip Michalis Panteli, Peter V. Giannoudis, Karen L. Shepherd and Paul J. Harwood; 11.1. Fractures of the femoral shaft Christian Weber, Thomas Dienstknech and Brian W. Scott; 11.2. Fractures of the distal femur Miguel Pishnamaz, Christian Weber, Hans-Christoph Pape, Stefan Hankemeier, Thomas Gosling, Ernesto Guerra, Carles Amat, Pablo Corona and Xavier Flores; 12. Fractures of the patella Miguel Pishnamaz; 13.1. Fractures of the proximal tibia Theodoros I. Tosounidis, Peter V. Giannoudis, Stewart J. Calder, G. Stables, Richard Martin Sellei and John F. Keating; 13.2. Fractures of the tibial shaft Joseph Borrelli, Theodoros I. Tosounidis and Peter V. Giannoudis; 13.3. Fractures of the distal tibia Theodoros I. Tosounidis, Peter V. Giannoudis, Paul Harwood and Evagelos Fragkakis; 14. Fractures of the ankle Peter V. Giannoudis, Theodoros I. Tosounidis and Richard Martin Sellei; 15. Fractures of the foot Matthias Knobe, Theodoros I. Tosounidis and Richard Buckley; Part V. Spine: 16. Spine fractures Peter Millner and Jake Timothy; Part VI. Tendon Injuries: 17. Tendon repair Theodoros I. Tosounidis, Peter V. Giannoudis, Nikolaos K. Kanakaris, Robert Winterton and Robert Farnell; Part VII. Compartments: 18. Compartment decompression Daniel Wilks, Roderick Dunn, Simon Kay, Ali Al-Omari and Craig Roberts; Index.
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