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Decision Making in Clinical Surgery
Author:  
Venkit S Iyer MBBS MS (Surgery) FACS FRCS(C) FICS
 


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ISBN9789352707096
Edition 1/e
Publish Year2019
Pages174
Size 8.25” X 10.75”
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Quick Overview
Topics covered in the book describe a simplistic way to approach surgical problems that will help them in their ordinary work.
The simple format and language will make it user friendly. Emphasis is on common conditions that one encounters in daily rounds or the clinic. Complex conditions and topics are not covered in this book. Complex theories, protocols, and graphics are not described.
The approach is mostly symptom-based and not pathology-based. What is the next step to be taken in a certain situation? What are the most common possibilities? What is most cost effective, what is most expeditious, and what is the quickest way to save lives? How to make a diagnosis, what test is most useful, what procedure is most appropriate? Key steps and techniques involved in several surgical procedures are also discussed.
Key Features
• Presents a simplistic way to approach surgical problems.

• Describes decision making in clinical practice of surgery in the outpatient clinic, hospital ward or operating room systematically.

• Explains most cost-effective and expedition way to manage a given clinical scenario.

• Provides the pathway for making decisions-be it ordering test or procedure, be it urgent or elective.

• Key steps and techniques involved in several surgical procedures are also discussed.

• It will find a place in the personal library of medical students, interns, residents, and young surgeons.
Target Audience
Medical students, interns, residents, and young surgeons.
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