Top Knife: Kunst und Handwerk der Trauma-Chirurgie / Edition 1

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Overview

Hier lernen Sie zu planen, und wenn nötig, zu improvisieren. Wie Sie schwer verletzte Patienten in den Operationssaal bringen, Ihr Team organisieren, mit schlimmsten Verletzungen kämpfen und bestmögliche Resultate erzielen. Je schlechter der Zustand Ihres Patienten, desto schneller und einfacher muss Ihre operative Lösung sein. Im ersten Teil: allgemeine Prinzipien der Traumachirurgie mit Schwerpunkt auf strategischem Planen und Denken. Im zweiten Teil gehen die erfahrenen Unfallchirurgen auf spezifische Verletzungen und Komplikationen ein. Gelungene Didaktik, lebendige Sprache, klare Struktur: das ideale Buch für angehende Chirurgen.

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"... eine Anleitung für Traumatologen ... die ihresgleichen im deutschen Sprachraum sucht ... Es ist zu wünschen, dass das Buch zum stetigen Begleiter des traumatologisch Interessierten wird ..." Deutsche Gesellschaft für Chirurgie 1/2008

"Dieses Lehrbuch ist anders ... Die Botschaft heißt: Chirurgische Notfallmedizin macht Spaß ..." Ärzte Zeitung 25.10.2006, Nr. 191

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9783211329184
  • Publisher: Springer Vienna
  • Publication date: 4/27/2006
  • Language: German
  • Edition description: 2006
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 228

Table of Contents

Vorwort Einleitung: Worüber dieses Buch ist Teil I – Das Handwerkszeug des Trauma-Chirurgen Kapitel 1 Der dreidimensionale Trauma-Chirurg Kapitel 2 Stoppe diese Blutung! Kapitel 3 Dein Gefäßinstrumentarium Teil II – Das Abdomen Kapitel 4 Die Crash-Laparotomie Kapitel 5 Schläuche reparieren: Die Hohlorgane Kapitel 6 Leberverletzungen: Der Ninja-Meister Kapitel 7 Die 'herausnehmbaren' festen Organe Kapitel 8 Die verwundete chirurgische Seele Kapitel 9 Die große Rote und die große Blaue: Gefäßtrauma des Bauches Teil III – Der Thorax Kapitel 10 Doppeltes Spiel: Thorakoabdominale Verletzungen Kapitel 11 Die Trauma-Thorakotomie ohne Wenn und Aber Kapitel 12 Der Thorax – hinein und hinaus Kapitel 13 Thorakales Gefäßtrauma für den Allgemeinchirurgen Teil IV – Der Hals und die Extremitäten Kapitel 14 Der Hals: Safari im Land des Tigers Kapitel 15 Peripheres Gefäßtrauma, einfach gemacht Epilog: Die Freude an der Trauma-Chirurgie

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