Rapid Reference Review in Orthopedic Trauma: Pivotal Papers Revealed (Paperback)David J. Hak (author)
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Look to Rapid Reference Review in Orthopedic Trauma: Pivotal Papers Revealed for a quick and succinct way to find the key information and quick facts you need to know instantly.
Medical literature continues to expand at an exponential pace and finding the most important information is becoming increasingly difficult. Rapid Reference Review in Orthopedic Trauma: Pivotal Papers Revealed by Dr. David J. Hak offers a simple way to access and review the key points from the most relevant and important published articles.
Key references include:
* Classic articles
* Landmark articles
* Up-to-date reviews
* Important clinical trials
Each article is formatted to include an article citation, a summation of the abstract, a summary of key points, and author commentary. This enables readers to quickly review key facts from the most important articles and clinical trials in order to effectively plan and guide treatment.
Rapid Reference Review in Orthopedic Trauma: Pivotal Papers Revealed is a great literary reference that will prove highly useful to orthopedic residents, fellows, and medical students, as well as practicing and academic orthopedic surgeons.
Publisher: SLACK Incorporated
Number of pages: 350
Weight: 454 g
Dimensions: 140 x 142 x 13 mm
- Rosemary Masterson, "The International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing"
"The information in this book can help orthopedic residents quickly shine in conferences and in the operating room...This book is important and useful for the intended audience." - Samuel J. Chmell, MD, University of Illinois at Chicago College of Medicine, Doody's Review Service
"While the focus is on medical research, it highlights 'pivotal papers' with respect to orthopaedic trauma and presents interesting reading in relation to trauma care and outcomes. This is a book that could be picked up at any time and the reader could focus on an area of trauma that was of particular interest to them at the time. As the complete reference for the given article is available, the reader can then choose to obtain the article to further expand their knowledge."
- Rosemary Masterson, The International Journal of Orthopaedic and Trauma Nursing
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