Surgical Emergencies in Clinical Practice
With the introduction of new post-graduate Medical training in the UK, virtually all doctors will be exposed to some form of surgical training prior to specialization. Many of these doctors will have little exposure to surgical emergencies in medical school. Thus, they may unnecessarily refer to a senior doctor when not needed, or catastrophically neglect a patient needing urgent surgical opinion.
Surgical Emergencies in Clinical Practice is a compact resource which allows any clinician, without previous surgical knowledge, to be able to make an accurate diagnosis and have a treatment plan for the whole spectrum of surgical emergencies. The essential steps of initial management of all surgical emergencies is outlined in a manner that can be used on a day-to-day basis for clinical management.
Written by experts in the field, Surgical Emergencies in Clinical Practice is a valuable tool for all junior doctors and medical students in the UK, Europe, Asia and North America. It will also be of interest to nurse practitioners, general practitioners and allied health professionals managing these patients.
Surgical Emergencies in Clinical Practice is a vital book in the new course being organised by the Editor: National and International Surgical Emergencies Course Surgical Emergencies in Clinical Practice includes key features of history and examination which enables the understanding of what is required in day-to-day clinical practice Describes the principles of acute management allowing the reader to understand the importance of emergency management and the implications of not applying the key principles