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It considers the full breadth of issues encountered in these patients including anaesthesia, pre-op resuscitation/optimization, and initial post-operative care including preliminary high dependency/critical care, as well as the complications and acute issues found in acute surgical patients on the ward.
It is ideal for surgical trainees as well as trainees from other specialties involved in the care of these complex and challenging patients.
|The Initial Approach to the Emergency Surgery patient|
|Biliary Colic and Acute Cholecystitis|
|Perforated peptic ulcer|
|Acute Upper Gastrointestinal Haemorrhage|
|Lower GI haemorrhage|
|Small bowel obstruction|
|Surgical jaundice and cholangitis|
|Large bowel obstruction|
|Emergency surgical management of herniae|
|Ruptured aortic aneurysm|
|Acute limb ischaemia|
|Soft tissue infection|
|Superficial Sepsis, Cutaneous Abscess and Necrotising Fasciitis|
|Abdominal Trauma: evaluation and decision making|
|Thoracic trauma: evaluation and decision making|
|Damage control surgery|
|Operative Management of Thoracic Trauma|
|Abdominal trauma: operative and non operative management|
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Bryan A. Cotton, MD, MPH
The University of Texas Health Science Center
Lt Col Nigel Tai, MS, FRCS (Gen Surg), RAMC
Royal London Hospital and Royal Centre for Defence Medicine, Birmingham
Col Peter F. Mahoney, OBE, TD, MSc, FRCA, RAMC
RCDM Birmingham Research
Associate Editor: David J. Humes, BSc, MBBS, MRCS
Lecturer in Surgery, University of Nottingham