On Fractures and Dislocations
by H. Helferich, J. Hutchinson
Publisher: New Sydenham Society 1899
Number of pages: 442
This work treats only traumatic fractures of healthy bones. These we may divide into complicated and uncomplicated fractures (i.e. simple or subcutaneous ones), the complication consisting in a simultaneous wound of the skin and soft parts near the point of fracture.
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by Michael Hebb
Written for oral board candidates, practicing physicians, residents, interns and medical students. It compliments standard texts and oral board courses. It is also a refresher for the emergency room physician and a brief reference in the ER.
by Zena Moore (ed.) - MDPI AG
By devoting a special issue to wound care, we provide readers with a comprehensive reference source, outlining key areas of interest in this important aspect of clinical practice. We include both original qualitative and quantitative research papers.
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- National Collaborating Centre for Acute Care
This guideline covers best practice advice on the care of adults, children (aged 1 - 15 years) and infants (under one year) who present with a suspected or confirmed traumatic head injury with or without other major trauma.