This guide provides practical information on the care of patients with blunt injuries that will be invaluable for emergency personnel, trauma surgeons, orthopaedic traumatologists, and anesthesiologists. The management of both truncal injuries (head, chest, abdomen) and fractures of the extremities, the pelvis, and the spine is covered in a condensed fashion, emphasizing key information. Care is taken to highlight associated injuries that may alter the decision making in patients with polytrauma. The new, revised edition takes full account of three major developments of recent years, namely the increasing economic pressure on health care systems, including trauma care, the changes in trauma systems and related education, and the improved survival of polytrauma patients. In view of the greater recognition of the physical and psychological long-term sequelae of major injuries, post-traumatic stress disorder is discussed in depth in this new edition.Available at: http://www. cdc.gov/nchs/data/nhds/4procedures/ 2010pro4_procedurecategoryage.pdf. Centers for Disease ... Frequency of malnutrition in older adults: a multinational perspective using the mini nutritional assessment. J Am Geriatr Soc. 2010 ... 2010;58:527a32. Lawrence VA, Hazuda HP, Cornell JE, et al.
|Title||:||The Poly-Traumatized Patient with Fractures|
|Author||:||Hans-Christoph Pape, Roy Sanders, Joseph Borrelli|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2015-08-28|