The non-surgeon's all-in-one guide to surgical patient care Written by a foremost team of surgeons, nurses, and physician assistants, Clinician's Guide to Surgical Care utilizes a problem-based approach to review the most commonly encountered complaints that lead to surgical consultations. You'll get a solid foundation in the survival procedures necessary for the evaluation of surgical diseases, along with the effective administration of follow-up care. The author explains a team approach to surgical disease, the surgical consult, and general care of the surgical patient. Rely on the Clinician's Guide to Surgical Care to help you learn: What past medical information is important to elicit What to look for in the physical exam Which diagnostics to order How to start immediate treatment while diagnostic procedures continue And much more!
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(226mm x 149mm x 13mm)
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Author Biography - John P. Pryor
Dr. John P. Pryor, MD is Assistant Professor of Surgery and the Trauma Program Director in the Division of Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care at The University of Pennsylvania. Barbara A. Todd, MSN CRNP FAANP is the director of the Non-Physician Practitioners (NPP) at the Hospital University of Pennsylvania and adjunct faculty at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Nursing. Michael Dryer PA-C DrPH is Chair of the Department of Medical Science and Community Health at Arcadia University's Physician Assistant Program, which is the second largest PA program in the United States.