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Overview

An ideal companion from the authors' of Trauma, 4/e, this concise pocket manual is a quick reference to the most common diseases and disorders encountered by the trauma surgeon. Through the use of diagnostic and treatment algorithms, the companion gives the surgeon fast access to the appropriate surgical procedure.
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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: David J. Dries, MD (University of Minnesota Medical School)
Description: This is the fourth edition of a softbound guide to care of the injured patient.
Purpose: A pocket companion with the intent to provide broad scope of coverage is provided.
Audience: Students or trainees on a trauma rotation are an appropriate audience for this work. Editors represent trauma centers throughout the United States with occasional representation from Western Europe. Authors are widely recognized for their expertise.
Features: A comprehensive approach to trauma management is provided in this pocket-sized book. The 50 plus chapters are each approximately 10 pages in length. The book begins with an overview of trauma systems followed by general approaches to the injured patient, care of specific patterns of injury, and then related problems following trauma. Among the problems discussed are the confounding effects of age, drugs and alcohol, thermal injury syndromes, and radiation exposure. A final group of seven chapters covers some of the critical care issues surrounding the management of injury. Occasional use is made of figures and tables, but there are no photographs. References date to within two years of publication and may represent primary or secondary sources. The table of contents provides chapter titles while the detailed index includes separate citations for figures and tables.
Assessment: This manual follows the familiar and successful formula of the larger text, Trauma, 4th edition (McGraw Hill, 2000). Unlike many handbooks patterned after a parent text, however, this manual's presentations and references have been updated by the authors since the larger hardbound reference was published. I recommend the Trauma Manual for conciseness and clarity in presentation and consider this an effective pocket guide for the members of the trauma service.
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: David J. Dries, MD (University of Minnesota Medical School)
Description: This is the fourth edition of a softbound guide to care of the injured patient.
Purpose: A pocket companion with the intent to provide broad scope of coverage is provided.
Audience: Students or trainees on a trauma rotation are an appropriate audience for this work. Editors represent trauma centers throughout the United States with occasional representation from Western Europe. Authors are widely recognized for their expertise.
Features: A comprehensive approach to trauma management is provided in this pocket-sized book. The 50 plus chapters are each approximately 10 pages in length. The book begins with an overview of trauma systems followed by general approaches to the injured patient, care of specific patterns of injury, and then related problems following trauma. Among the problems discussed are the confounding effects of age, drugs and alcohol, thermal injury syndromes, and radiation exposure. A final group of seven chapters covers some of the critical care issues surrounding the management of injury. Occasional use is made of figures and tables, but there are no photographs. References date to within two years of publication and may represent primary or secondary sources. The table of contents provides chapter titles while the detailed index includes separate citations for figures and tables.
Assessment: This manual follows the familiar and successful formula of the larger text, Trauma, 4th edition (McGraw Hill, 2000). Unlike many handbooks patterned after a parent text, however, this manual's presentations and references have been updated by the authors since the larger hardbound reference was published. I recommend the Trauma Manual for conciseness and clarity in presentation and consider this an effective pocket guide for the members of the trauma service.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071365086
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/28/2002
  • Edition description: Subsequent
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 540
  • Sales rank: 918,586
  • Product dimensions: 4.70 (w) x 8.10 (h) x 1.11 (d)

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McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

McGraw-Hill authors represent the leading experts in their fields and are dedicated to improving the lives, careers, and interests of readers worldwide

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Table of Contents

Trauma Manual, 4/e1 Injury Scoring2 Trauma Triage3 Prehospital Care4 Kinematics of Trauma5 Initial Assessment6 Airway7 Management of Shock8 Transfusion, Autotransfusion, and Blood Substitutes9 Emergency Department Thoracotomy 10 Trauma Ultrasound 11 Anesthesia12 Prevention, Diagnosis, and Management of Infection13 Injury to the Cranium 14 Injury to the Eye15 Facial Trauma16 Penetrating and Blunt Neck Trauma17 Injury to the Vertebrae and Spinal Cord18 Indications for Thoracotomy19 Injury to the Chest, Wall, & Lung20 Injury to the Esophagus, Trachea, & Bronchus21 Injury to the Lung and Pleura22 The Injured Heart23 Injury to the Thoracic Great Vessels24 Abdominal Trauma, Including Indications for Celiotomy 25 Injury to the Diaphragm26 Liver and Biliary Tract Trauma27 Injury to the Spleen28 Stomach and Small Bowel29 Duodenum and Pancreas30 Injury to the Colon and Rectum31 Abdominal Vascular Injury32 Pelvic Fractures33 Genitourinary Trauma34 Reproductive System Trauma35 Trauma Damage Control36 Upper Extremity 37 The Hand38 Lower Extremity Fractures39 Peripheral Vascular Surgery40 Peripheral Nerve Injury41 Alcohol & Drugs 42 Pediatric Trauma43 Geriatric Trauma: Patterns, Care, & Outcomes44 Wounds, Bites, & Stings45 Burns and Radiation Injuries46 Temperature-Associated Injuries and Syndromes47 Rehabilitation48 Management of Battle Casualties49 Principles of Critical Care50 Bleeding and Coagulation Complications51 Cardiovascular Failure52 Respiratory Insufficiency53 Acute Renal Failure54 Nutritional Support55 The Immune Response56 Postinjury Multiple-Organ Failure

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