Orthopedics in Disasters

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Nikolaj Wolfson Editor 2016 Orthopedic Injuries in Natural Disasters and Mass Casualty Events The reader of this treatise has the privilege of reviewing the most definitive and complete analysis of trauma treatment extant. The particular discussion of mass trauma and crisis management is special, all-inclusive, and current. This reference book will be a “must have selection” for all […]

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Personalized Hip and Knee Joint Replacement

Personalized Hip and Knee Joint Replacement

Charles Rivière • Pascal-André Vendittoli Editors 2020 Hip and knee replacements are very successful procedures, despite the fact that they are affected by non-negligible rates of residual symptoms and complications. Unsatisfactory clinical outcomes are primarily explained by poor biomechanics of prosthetic joints. Interestingly, recent advances in both material and design of prosthetic components, as well as precise technologically assisted implantation, […]

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Compartment Syndrome

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Cyril Mauffrey • David J. Hak Murphy P. Martin III Editors 2019 A Guide to Diagnosis and Management Despite the relatively high incidence of compartment syndrome and the fairly dismal outcomes, this condition remains poorly studied and understood. While the pathophysiology seems to be clear, an absolute diagnosis is at times virtually impossible. The conundrum of the timing […]

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McRae’s Orthopaedic Trauma and Emergency Fracture Management

McRaes Orthopaedic Trauma and Emergency Fracture Management 2016-1

Timothy O White Samuel P Mackenzie Alasdair J Gray 2016 The care of the injured patient is a rewarding and fascinating specialty, requiring an understanding of an unparalleled range of anatomy and physiology, practical procedures and surgical techniques. Skilled, coordinated management is vital; trauma is the principal cause of death and disability in the young, while the epidemic […]

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Classifications et scores en chirurgie orthopédique et en traumatologie

Classifications et scores en chirurgie orthopedique et en traumatologie-1

Sous la coordination de Emmanuel Favreul Didier Mainard 2013 Volume 2 : Membre supérieur et pied Il faut d’abord souligner que l’homme est l’animal qui évalue alors qu’en lui-même il échappe à toute tentative d’évaluation. Protagonras, un interlocuteur de Socrate cinq siècles avant J.-C., l’exprimait en disant : « l’homme est la mesure de toutes choses ». C’est […]

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Advanced Concepts in Lumbar Degenerative Disk Disease

Advanced Concepts In Lumbar Degenerative Disk Disease 2016-1

João Luiz Pinheiro-Franco Alexander R. Vaccaro Edward C. Benzel H. Michael Mayer Editors 2016 After my graduation in neurosurgery, I had the unexpected privilege to immerse myself in 4 years of clinical and research fellowships, working with or simply observing the clinical and surgical techniques of several world-renowned experts in treating spinal diseases. Being far from my native […]

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Orthopedics: Quick Review

Orthopedics

Edited by Anil Arora Thameem Saif 2015 OrthoPedics Quick Review (OPQR) is the Best Selling book of Orthopedics for PG preparation. OPQR rests its fundamental principle on the idea of providing the students with a book they can easily read and understand only within FIVE Days, and at the same time memorize and retain with the help […]

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Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine

Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine

Matthew B. Werd • E. Leslie Knight Paul R. Langer Editors 2017 The first edition of Athletic Footwear and Orthoses in Sports Medicine filled a much-needed void as the original comprehensive, evidence-based resource on athletic footwear and orthoses for the entire sports medicine team. The importance of filling this void has been reflected by the overwhelming success in […]

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Pediatric Cardiology

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Walter H. Johnson James H. Moll 2014 The Essential Pocket Guide Since the first printing of this text 50 years ago, pediatric cardiac catheterization, echocardiography, and magnetic resonance imaging have developed and less emphasis has been placed on the more traditional methods of evaluating a cardiac patient. Most practitioners, however, do not have access to these refined diagnostic techniques […]

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