Fracture Management for Primary Care E-Book, 3rd Edition
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Fracture Management for Primary Care provides the guidance you need to evaluate and treat common fractures, as well as identify uncommon fractures that should be referred to a specialist. Drs. M. Patrice Eiff and Robert Hatch emphasize the current best guidelines for imaging and treating fractures so that you can make accurate identifications and select appropriate treatment. Detailed descriptions and illustrations combined with evidence-based coverage give you the confidence you need to make the right decisions. Online access to procedural videos and patient handouts at expertconsult.com make this quick, practical resource even more convenient for primary care clinicians who manage fractures.
New to This Edition
- Access the fully searchable text online at expertconsult.com, along with video clips of reduction maneuvers and downloadable patient education and rehabilitation instruction handouts.
- Accurately identify fractures using optimal imaging guidelines.
- Apply splints and casts with confidence thanks to detailed descriptions and illustrations of technique.
- Tap into the latest best practices through more evidence-based coverage and updated references.
- Effectively manage emergency situations using guidelines for emergent referral, greater detail regarding methods for closed reductions for fractures and dislocations, and more.
- Access the information you need, the way you need it with a template format for presenting each type of fracture.
- Diagnose fractures accurately with the many high-quality images.
- Clearly see the anatomic relationships of bones and joints through schematic illustrations.
- Reference key information quickly and easily thanks to one-page management tables that summarize pertinent aspects of diagnosis and treatment.
- Treat displaced fractures using detailed, step-by-step descriptions of the most common reduction techniques.
By M. Patrice Eiff, MD, Professor, Department of Family Medicine, Oregon Health Sciences University, Portland, OR and Robert L. Hatch, MD, MPH, Professor Department of Community Health and Family Medicine, University of Florida, Gainesville, FL