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By LD Britt MD, Andrew Peitzman MD, Phillip Barie MD, Gregory Jurkovich MD

You won’t discover a extra entire textbook masking the comparable fields of trauma, severe care, and emergency normal surgery than Acute Care Surgery.

Relying primarily on evidence-based content material instead of conception, all of the sixty four chapters during this ebook highlights leading edge advances within the box and underscores state of the art administration paradigms.

The overarching precept of acute care surgical procedure is early and expedient medical/surgical intervention and this e-book deals the reference fabric each trauma, severe care, and emergency room healthcare professional must convey on that principle.

• Editors and individuals are famous leaders of their respective components of interest
• striking controversies are mentioned intimately and infrequently followed via data-driven resolutions
• Over four hundred illustrations

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Cocanour CS, et al. Age should not be a consideration for nonoperative management of blunt splenic injury. J Trauma. 2000;48(4):606-610: discussion 610-612. 50. Schurr MJ, et al. Management of blunt splenic trauma: computed tomographic contrast blush predicts failure of nonoperative management. J Trauma. 1995;39(3):507-512; discussion 512-513. 51. Raikhlin A, et al. Imaging and transcatheter arterial embolization for traumatic splenic injuries: review of the literature. Can J Surg. 2008;51(6):464-472.

Throughout this chapter, the term “residency” means a formal training program approved by the Surgery Residency Review Committee (RRC) of the Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education. The term “fellowship” means a formal training program that is similar to ACGME-accredited residencies, but is not an ACGME-accredited program. Current examples of such “fellowships” include minimally invasive surgery, acute care surgery, transplantation, breast surgery, and others. Some fellowships are generally in newer or developing fields and are considering seeking formal ACGME accreditation in the future.

76. Cayten CG, Fabian TC, Garcia VF, et al. Patient management guidelines for penetrating colon injury. Eastern Association of the Surgery of Trauma, 1998. org). 77. Chavarria-Aguilar M, et al. Management of destructive bowel injury in the open abdomen. J Trauma. 2004;56(3):560-564. 78. Demetriades D, et al. Penetrating colon injuries requiring resection: diversion or primary anastomosis? An AAST prospective multicenter study. J Trauma. 2001;50(5):765-775. 79. Ahmed Z, Mohyuddin Z. Management of flail check injury: Internal fixation versus endotracheal intubation and ventilation.

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