A symptom-based version of the critically-acclaimed Norton/Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence, Learning Surgery provides a ready reference to those in third and fourth year residencies. Essential algorithms and case presentations meet with clerkship learning objectives as outlined by the Association of Surgical Education in their ASE Manual. Two sections include Introduction to Clinical Surgery in the Surgical Clerkship Setting and Management of Surgical Diseases During the Clerkship. Chapters include: Stroke, Hypertension, Abdominal Masses, Head Injuries, and Burns. Written by leading clinicians and educators, both surgery residents and medical students will find LEARNING SURGERY indispensible in their rotations and clerkships. Surgeons who train residents will also find the text a valuable ajunct to their teaching.
|Publisher:||Springer New York|
|Edition description:||Softcover reprint of hardcover 1st ed. 2005|
|Product dimensions:||7.01(w) x 10.00(h) x 0.39(d)|
Table of Contents
Part I. Introduction to Clinical Surgery in the Surgical Clerkship Setting. Perioperative Care of the Surgery Patient. Practicing Evidence-Based Surgery. Nutrition Support in the Surgery Patient. Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Based Disorders in the Surgery Patient. Surgical Critical Care 6. Principles of Infection: Prevention and Treatment. Shock 8. Surgical Bleeding and Hemostatis. Biothical Principles and Clinical Decision-Making. Clerkship Survival Skills: Speed Reading and Successful Examination Strategies.- Part II. Management of Surgical Diseases During the Clerkship. Head and Neck Lesions. Swallowing Difficulty and Pain. Hemoptysis, Cough, and Pulmonary Lesions. Heart Murmurs: Congenital Heart Disease. Heart Murmurs: Acquired Heart Disease. Acute and Chronic Chest Pain. Stroke. Surgical Hypertension. Breast Disease. Gastrointestinal Bleeding. Acute Abdominal Pain. Abdominal Masses. Jaundice. Abnormal Bowel Movements. Rectal and Perianal Complaints. Hernia. The Ischemic Lower Extremity. The Swollen Leg. Skin and Soft Tissues. Trauma. Head Injuries. Musculoskeletal Injuries. Burns. Perioperative Care of the Pediatric Patient. Pediatric Intestinal Obstruction. Lower Urinary Tract. Evaluation of Flank Pain. Scrotal Disorders. Kidney Transplantation. Liver.