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Management of pediatric trauma

Buntain, William L

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ISBN 10: 072164547X / ISBN 13: 9780721645476
Published by Saunders, 1995
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Title: Management of pediatric trauma

Publisher: Saunders

Publication Date: 1995

Book Condition:Good

Edition: 1st.

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This comprehensive new book offers complete guidance for effective management of the leading cause of death in children--trauma. It combines the trauma surgeon's aggressive nature with the paediatric surgeon's knowledge and experience in managing children. Recommended management as well as alternative management choices provide readers with many options. The book addresses the problems, identifies the issues, and presents solutions in an easily readable fashion. It is a valuable resource for anyone involved in trauma care of children. Six comprehensive sections consider all General Considerations, Resuscitation and Stabilisation, Specific System Injuries, Unique and Special Considerations, Critical Care Considerations, and the Aftermath of Childhood Injuries. No other resource combines all aspects of paediatric trauma management in a single book. OUTSTANDING FEATURES: Covers craniocerebral, pulmonary, and stomach injuries, falls from heights, animal and snake bites as well as long term disability and expectations for the future; Offers perspectives and management options from 72 experts; Presents each chapter in order of body system for ease of use; Provides an integrated and comprehensive evaluation and management process patterned after the American College of Surgeons' Advanced Trauma Life Support course; Includes clear Illustrations describing specific points, techniques and results; Uses a 'how to do it and why' approach from a trauma management first perspective to encourage constructive thinking.

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