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The Resource McRae's orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management, Timothy O. White, Samuel P. Mackenzie, Alasdair J. Gray ; illustrated by Robert Britton, (electronic book)

McRae's orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management, Timothy O. White, Samuel P. Mackenzie, Alasdair J. Gray ; illustrated by Robert Britton, (electronic book)

Label
McRae's orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management
Title
McRae's orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management
Statement of responsibility
Timothy O. White, Samuel P. Mackenzie, Alasdair J. Gray ; illustrated by Robert Britton
Title variation
Orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management
Creator
Contributor
Author
Subject
Language
eng
Member of
Cataloging source
DLC
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White, Timothy O
Dewey number
617.1/5
Index
index present
LC call number
RD732.5
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
  • dictionaries
  • handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Mackenzie, Samuel P.
  • Gray, A. J.
  • McRae, Ronald
Series statement
Churchill Pocketbooks
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  • Fractures
  • Fractures, Bone
  • Orthopedic Procedures
  • Manipulation, Orthopedic
  • Emergency Treatment
Label
McRae's orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management, Timothy O. White, Samuel P. Mackenzie, Alasdair J. Gray ; illustrated by Robert Britton, (electronic book)
Instantiates
Publication
Note
  • Preceded by Pocketbook of orthopaedics and fractures / Ronald McRae. 2nd ed. 2006
  • Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Inside Front Cover; Half title page; Ronald McRae (1926-2012); McRae's Orthopaedic Trauma and Emergency Fracture Management; Copyright Page; Table Of Contents; Preface; Dedications and acknowledgements; Contributors; 1 General Principles; 1 Fractures and fracture management; Orthopaedic terminology; Fracture types and patterns; Aetiology; Traumatic fractures; Pathological fractures (Fig. 1.1); Insufficiency fractures (Fig. 1.2); Fatigue (or stress) fractures (Fig. 1.3); Morphology; Transverse and oblique fractures (Fig. 1.4); Spiral fractures (Fig. 1.5)
  • Avulsion fractures (Fig. 1.6)Impaction fractures (Fig. 1.7); Paediatric fractures (Fig. 1.8); Severity; Open fractures (see Fig. 3.1); Intra-articular fractures (Fig. 1.9); Comminution (Fig. 1.10); Joint dislocation (Fig. 1.11); Fracture-dislocation (Fig. 1.12); Sprains (Fig. 1.13); Location (Fig. 1.14); Displacement; Displacement in length (Fig. 1.16); Displacement by angulation (Figs 1.17, 1.18); Displacement by rotation (Fig. 1.19); Displacement by translation (Fig. 1.20); Classification systems; AO comprehensive classification system; AO classification of shaft fractures (Fig. 1.22)
  • AO classification of metaphyseal fractures (Fig. 1.23)Assessment of a fracture; History; History of injury; Medical and drug history; Social history; Examination; Look; Feel (Fig. 1.24); Move; Neurovascular assessment; Radiological assessment; Radiographs; Ultrasound; Computed tomography (CT); Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); Aspiration; Blood tests; Principles of fracture management; Reduce; Direct reduction; Indirect reduction; Hold; Stable fractures; Unstable fractures; Move; Bone structure and healing; Bone anatomy (Fig. 1.28); Fracture healing
  • Secondary bone healing (healing with callus) (Fig. 1.29)Primary bone healing (Fig. 1.30); Assessment of healing; How to present a radiograph; Description of a distal radial fracture; Description of an ankle fracture; Description of a hip fracture; 2 Management of the injured patient; Major trauma; The anatomy of the trauma system and team; The trauma system; The trauma team; Primary survey; A -- airway with cervical spine control; B -- breathing with 100% oxygen; C -- circulation with haemorrhage control; Hypovolaemic shock; D -- disability; E -- exposure; Secondary survey; Tertiary survey
  • Imaging in traumaRadiographs; CT; Intravascular fluid replacement in major trauma; Blood; Blood products; Antifibrinolytic drugs; Major haemorrhage protocols and packs; Decision-making in trauma; Response to resuscitation; The lethal triad; Disposition from the resuscitation room; Orthopaedic decision-making: early total care and damage control orthopaedics; Early total care; Damage limitation surgery; Early appropriate care; The stress response to trauma; The 'second hit'; Management of the stress response, MODS and ARDS; Anaesthesia and analgesia; Types of anaesthesia
Edition
3rd edition.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780702057298
Lccn
2015045784
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn930026888
  • (OCoLC)930026888
Label
McRae's orthopaedic trauma and emergency fracture management, Timothy O. White, Samuel P. Mackenzie, Alasdair J. Gray ; illustrated by Robert Britton, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • Preceded by Pocketbook of orthopaedics and fractures / Ronald McRae. 2nd ed. 2006
  • Includes index
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
  • cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Front Cover; Inside Front Cover; Half title page; Ronald McRae (1926-2012); McRae's Orthopaedic Trauma and Emergency Fracture Management; Copyright Page; Table Of Contents; Preface; Dedications and acknowledgements; Contributors; 1 General Principles; 1 Fractures and fracture management; Orthopaedic terminology; Fracture types and patterns; Aetiology; Traumatic fractures; Pathological fractures (Fig. 1.1); Insufficiency fractures (Fig. 1.2); Fatigue (or stress) fractures (Fig. 1.3); Morphology; Transverse and oblique fractures (Fig. 1.4); Spiral fractures (Fig. 1.5)
  • Avulsion fractures (Fig. 1.6)Impaction fractures (Fig. 1.7); Paediatric fractures (Fig. 1.8); Severity; Open fractures (see Fig. 3.1); Intra-articular fractures (Fig. 1.9); Comminution (Fig. 1.10); Joint dislocation (Fig. 1.11); Fracture-dislocation (Fig. 1.12); Sprains (Fig. 1.13); Location (Fig. 1.14); Displacement; Displacement in length (Fig. 1.16); Displacement by angulation (Figs 1.17, 1.18); Displacement by rotation (Fig. 1.19); Displacement by translation (Fig. 1.20); Classification systems; AO comprehensive classification system; AO classification of shaft fractures (Fig. 1.22)
  • AO classification of metaphyseal fractures (Fig. 1.23)Assessment of a fracture; History; History of injury; Medical and drug history; Social history; Examination; Look; Feel (Fig. 1.24); Move; Neurovascular assessment; Radiological assessment; Radiographs; Ultrasound; Computed tomography (CT); Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI); Aspiration; Blood tests; Principles of fracture management; Reduce; Direct reduction; Indirect reduction; Hold; Stable fractures; Unstable fractures; Move; Bone structure and healing; Bone anatomy (Fig. 1.28); Fracture healing
  • Secondary bone healing (healing with callus) (Fig. 1.29)Primary bone healing (Fig. 1.30); Assessment of healing; How to present a radiograph; Description of a distal radial fracture; Description of an ankle fracture; Description of a hip fracture; 2 Management of the injured patient; Major trauma; The anatomy of the trauma system and team; The trauma system; The trauma team; Primary survey; A -- airway with cervical spine control; B -- breathing with 100% oxygen; C -- circulation with haemorrhage control; Hypovolaemic shock; D -- disability; E -- exposure; Secondary survey; Tertiary survey
  • Imaging in traumaRadiographs; CT; Intravascular fluid replacement in major trauma; Blood; Blood products; Antifibrinolytic drugs; Major haemorrhage protocols and packs; Decision-making in trauma; Response to resuscitation; The lethal triad; Disposition from the resuscitation room; Orthopaedic decision-making: early total care and damage control orthopaedics; Early total care; Damage limitation surgery; Early appropriate care; The stress response to trauma; The 'second hit'; Management of the stress response, MODS and ARDS; Anaesthesia and analgesia; Types of anaesthesia
Edition
3rd edition.
Extent
1 online resource.
Form of item
online
Isbn
9780702057298
Lccn
2015045784
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • c
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
  • ocn930026888
  • (OCoLC)930026888

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