Bailey and Love’s Short Practice of Surgery (27th Edition)

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Download Bailey and Love’s Short Practice of Surgery (27th Edition) written by Norman Williams, P. Ronan O’Connell, Andrew McCaskie in PDF format. This book is under the category Medicine and bearing the isbn/isbn13 number 1498796508/9781498796507. You may reffer the table below for additional details of the book.

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Specifications

book-author

Norman Williams, P. Ronan O’Connell, Andrew McCaskie

publisher

CRC Press; 27th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1632 pages

language

English

asin

B07BY6XWB4

isbn10

1498796508

isbn13

9781498796507


Book Description

Bailey and Loves Short Practice of Surgery 27th edition PDF is the world famous textbook of surgery. Its comprehensive coverage includes the scientific basis of surgical investigation; practice; diagnosis; and pre-operative care. Orthopaedics and Trauma are included; as are the subspecialties of plastic and reconstructive; cardiothoracic and vascular; head and neck; abdominal and genitourinary surgery. The user-friendly format includes line diagrams and illustrations; photographs; summary boxes; learning objectives; biographical footnotes; memorable anecdotes and full-colour page design. This ebook’s reputation for unambiguous advice make it the first point of reference for medical students and practising surgeons worldwide.

Reviews

Bailey & Love’s Short Practice of Surgery 27e PDF is a high-quality ebook on an international level that provides significant additional illustrations and discussion of problems encountered. It is thus a highly valuable resource for residents; medical students; and surgeons who will be practicing outside the U.S. (or doing surgical volunteerism). There is nothing comparable to the Bailey textbooks. This 27th edition nicely updates and enhances information from the 26th edition; while remaining true to the purpose of the original. Carol Scott-Conner; MD; PhD; MBA (University of Iowa Hospitals and Clinics)

This ebook; Short Practice of Surgery 27th edition simply smacks of class; I have had the privilege of reviewing the hardback edition which is a robust and physically heavy book. This is a powerful heavyweight textbook that seems to cover most surgical specialties and is suitable for a wide global audience. Even better; its appeal is widespread throughout various sectors of the surgical and medical community. If you are a practicing physician and just need one surgical textbook as a reference source for your personal or departmental library; this excellent ebook could fit the bill. It is also very useful for the undergraduate or postgraduate medic no matter where you are in the world. So it is very adaptable to a number of end users. — Dr Harry Brown; Glycosmedia; May 2018

Additional information

book-author

Norman Williams, P. Ronan O’Connell, Andrew McCaskie

publisher

CRC Press; 27th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

1632 pages

language

English

asin

B07BY6XWB4

isbn10

1498796508

isbn13

9781498796507

Table of contents


Table of contents :
PART ONE: BASIC PRINCIPLES: The Science of Surgery

Metabolic response to injury 
Kenneth Fearon

Shock and blood transfusion
Karim Brohi

Wounds, healing, tissue repair
Michael Earley 

Tissue engineering and regeneration
Andrew McCaskie & Andrew Bradley

Surgical infection
Peter Lamont

Tropical infections and infestations
Pradip Datta, Pawanindra Lal & Sanjay De Bakshi

Basic surgical skills and anastomoses
Mark Coleman

Principles of laparoscopic and robotic surgery
Hutan Ashrafian, Sanjay Purkayastha & Ara Darzi

Principles of paediatric surgery
Tony Lander

Principles of oncology
Robert JC Steele & Alastair J Munro

Surgical audit
Jonothan Earnshaw & Birgit Whitman

Surgical ethics and law
Robert Wheeler

Patient safety and human factors and quality improvement
Frank Keane & Ken Mealy

PART TWO: INVESTIGATION AND DIAGNOSIS 

Diagnostic imaging 
Matthew Matson, Muaaze Ahmad & Niall Power

Gastrointestinal endoscopy
James Lindsay & Philip Woodland

Tissue and Molecular diagnosis 
Roger Feakins

PART THREE: PERIOPERATIVE CARE

Pre-operative preparation and treatment of the High-Risk Surgical Patient 
Medha Vanarese, Pierre Foex & Anand Sardesai

Anaesthesia and pain relief
Vivek Mehta & Serene Chang

Nutrition and fluid therapy 
John MacFie

Postoperative care
Anand Sardesai & Fay Gilder

Day case surgery
Douglas McWhinnie & Ian Jackson

PART FOUR: TRAUMA  

Introduction to trauma 
Bob Handley & Peter Giannoudis

Early assessment and management of trauma
Chris Moran & Dan Deakin

Traumatic Brain Injury
Harry Bulstrode & Tony Belli

Neck and spine
John Crawford & Douglas Hay

Maxillofacial trauma
David Koppel

Torso trauma 
Ken Boffard & Elias Degiannis

Extremity trauma
Lee Van Rensburg

Disaster surgery
Mamoon Rashid

Conflict Surgery
Jonathan Clasper and Phill Pearce

PART FIVE: ELECTIVE ORTHOPAEDICS

History taking and clinical examination in musculoskeletal disease
Stephen McDonnell & Hemant G. Pandit

Sports medicine and sports injuries
Gina Allen

The spine
Brian Freeman & Chris Lavy

Upper limb
David Limb & Sam Vollans

Hip and knee
Vikas Khanduja & Wasim Khan

Foot and ankle
Bob Sharpe

Musculoskeletal tumours
Paul Cool & Craig Gerrand

Infection of the bones and joints
Martin McNally & Philippa Matthews

Paediatric orthopaedics
Deborah Eastwood

PART SIX: SKIN AND SUBCUTANEOUS TISSUE  

Skin and subcutaneous tissue
Christopher Chan & Adam Greenbaum

Burns
Michael Tyler & Sudip Ghosh

Plastic and reconstructive surgery
Tim Goodacre

PART SEVEN: HEAD AND NECK 

Cranial Neurosurgery
Harry Bulstrode & Liam Gray

The eye and orbit
Keith Martin

Cleft lip and palate: developmental abnormalities of the face, mouth and jaws
David Koppel

The ear, nose and sinuses
Iain J. Nixon, Iain Hathorn & Alex Bennett

Pharynx, larynx and neck
Terry M. Jones

Oral Cavity Cancer
Andrew Schache

Disorders of the salivary glands
Mark McGurk & Leandros Vassiliou

PART EIGHT: BREAST AND ENDOCRINE

The thyroid glands
Iain J. Nixon & Richard Adamson

The parathyroid glands
Ruth Prichard

The adrenal glands and other abdominal endocrine disorders
Tom W.J. Lennard

The breast
Richard C. Sainsbury 

PART NINE: CARDIOTHORACIC

Cardiac surgery
Jonathan R. Anderson & Mustafa Zakkar

The thorax
Carol Tan & Ian Hunt

PART TEN: VASCULAR

Arterial disorders
Robert Sayers & Robert Davies

Venous disorders
Ian Chetter & Daniel Carradice

Lymphatic disorders
Shervanthi Homer-Vanniasinkam, Gnaneswar Atturu & David Russell

PART ELEVEN: ABDOMINAL

History and examination of the abdomen
Ronan O’Connell

Abdominal wall, hernia and umbilicus
Bruce Tulloh & Stephen J Nixon

The peritoneum, omentum, mesentery and retroperitoneal space
Charles Knowles

The oesophagus
Derek Alderson 

Stomach and duodenum
Timothy Underwood & John N Primrose

Bariatric surgery 
Richard Welbourn 

The liver
Graeme Poston & Rob Jones

The spleen
O. James Garden

The gall bladder and bile ducts
Kevin Conlon

The pancreas
Satyajit Bhattacharya

The small intestines
Gordon Carlson & Matt Soop

The large intestines
Gordon Carlson & Jonathan Epstein

Intestinal obstruction
Jim Hill

The vermiform appendix
Jurgen Mulsow

The rectum
David Jayne & Hiba Fatayer

The anus and anal canal
Karen Nugent 

PART TWELVE: GENITOURINARY

Urinary symptoms and investigations
Kilian Mellon

The kidney and ureters
Kilian Mellon

The urinary bladder
Freddie Hamdy

The prostate and seminal vesicles
David E. Neal & Greg Shaw

Urethra and penis
Ian Eardley

Testis and scrotum
Ian Eardley

Gynaecology
Monica Mittal, Prasanna Raj Supramaniam, & Christian Malti Becker

PART THIRTEEN: TRANSPLANTATION

Transplantation
J. Andrew Bradley

Appendix 1: Common Instruments used in general surgery

Pradip K. Datta

Appendix 2: Basic Aspects in Theatre Design and Sterilisation

Alan Norrish

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