Unlike competing titles, Clinical Surgery covers the following all in one book!
- Symptoms and signs of surgical disease
- Diagnosis and investigations
- Treatment and procedures
The book is divided into five sections:
- Clinical Skills and Investigations
- Perioperative Care
- The Management Of Acute Surgical Illness and Trauma
- General Surgery
- Specialist Surgery
The new edition features:
- Revised chapters with updated and refreshed material, written in a systematic format to aid learning and enhance understanding
- 15 new chapters with more information providing you with everything you need to know
- Blackwell's famous At A Glance boxes for the most common surgical conditions and common clinical presentations
- Must Know/Must Do boxes - to aid learning and revision through self-assessment
- Clinically orientated information on practical procedures
- Evidence Based Medicine references for further reading and research
- Excellent full colour illustrations and a new attractive and easy to use format
The second edition of Clinical Surgery is perfect for undergraduate and junior doctors alike as well as other health professionals who need a comprehensive account of surgery in all the major medical specialities. With a strong emphasis on clinical practice and the necessary knowledge and skills, this is a must-buy for anyone going on a surgical rotation. Clinical Surgery is intended to teach you everything you need to know about surgery at the start of your career.
"I do not think it is an understatement to say that it is a revolutionary book. It is obviously written with integrated courses very much in mind and manages to integrate the basic sciences with clinical information very well.... Maybe above all things, this is a very practically orientated book and really attempts to mould the medical student in to a very good house officer."
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Table of ContentsPart 1 : Clinical Skills and Investigations.
1 History Taking and Physical Examination.
2 Basic Clinical Skills.
3 Principles of Investigation.
Part 2: Perioperative Care.
4 Assessment of Patients for Surgery and Medical Management.
6 Transfusion of Blood and Blood Products.
7 Surgical Infection.
8 Pain Relief.
Part 3 : The Management of Acute Surgical Illness and Trauma.
(A) Acute Surgical Illness.
11 Hypoxic States and Airway Obstruction.
12 Haemorrhage, Hypovolaemia and Shock.
13 Acute Renal Failure.
14 The Acute Abdomen.
15 Fluid, Electrolytes and pH Balance.
16 Systemic Inflammatory Response Syndrome.
17 Initial Management of the severely injured patient.
18 Head Injury.
19 Abdominal Trauma.
20 Chest Trauma.
21 Musculoskeletal Trauma.
22 Soft-Tissue Trauma.
Part 4 : General Surgery.
24 Disorders of the Abdominal Wall.
25 Disorders of the Oesophagus.
26 Disorders of the Stomach.
27 Disorders of the Liver.
28 Disorders of the Billary Tract.
29 Disorders of the Pancreas.
30 Disorders of the Spleen.
31 Disorders of the Small Intestine&Veniform Appendix.
32 Disorders of the Colon&Rectum.
33 Breast Disorders.
34 Endocrine Disorders.
35 The Salivary Glands.
36 Skin and Adnexae.
Part 5 : Specialist Surgery.
37 Cardiovascular Disorders.
38 Pulmonary Disorders.
39 Genitourinary Disorders.
40 Neurosurgical Disorders.
41 Musculoskeletal Disorders.
42 Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.
43 ENT Disorders.
44 Ophthalmic Disorders.
46 Common surgical disorders in neonates and paediatrics
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
After receving news that I was in need of a major coronary heart surgery from my quack doctor I knew that I didn't want him or any of his so called collegues (I call them crooks) going into my body. They charge far too much and I'd be afrid they perform surgery on my wrong heart or take all the precious jewels I've lodged in my digestive system. Nor did I want to have a thrid world surgery because my Uncle Murray once had a surgery in Guetemala and he woke up with no kidneys and three goul bladders. This came as even more of a shock because they were supposed to be performing brain surgery. I saw my only options as ignoring the aliment or doing the surgery myself. I opted for the latter. Now I'm not an idiot, I wouldn't just perform surgery on myself without knowing what I'm doing. I had found a copy of this clinical surgery book at the bus stop and thought that had given me all the needed information, but I was wrong. After a few throuogh skim throughs I beleived I was ready but when I opened up I didn't recognize anything. There were two baloon type things an each side and a lot of micelanous objects pumping and what not. Not to mention the book failed to mention the thick layer of bone over my chest cavity and how hard it was to sew that back up. I might of been in pain if I hadn't been under such heavy anestia. When the fire department came in there was some unpleasentness and let's just say I won't be perfoming many more surgies on myself. But most importantly I found that this book provided no real world applications and only provided it from a surgeons point of view and not the patient/surgent. Besides the whole life threating thing the book was well written with some enticing pictures. I give it three stars.