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Plastic Surgery Emergencies. Principles and Techniques


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Plastic Surgery Emergencies. Principles and Techniques

Plastic Surgery Emergencies. Principles and Techniques

Plastic Surgery Emergencies. Principles and Techniques PDF

The table of contents lists 22 topics commonly seen in traumatic and iatrogenic emergencies that warrant plastic surgery consultation within emergency rooms. Each chapter is written in a concise format, providing high-yield information needed for patient evaluation and treatment. The second edition contains 150 illustrations along with representative clinical photographs and easy-to-review summary tables.

The management of soft-tissue trauma, including commonly used anesthetic blocks and skin closure techniques, is elucidated with a step-by-step method making it easy for junior residents to follow. Other soft-tissue injuries reviewed include pressure sores, insect bites, burns, and frostbite. Using the extensive clinical experience obtained from Houston’s Ben Taub Hospital, this manual then delves into the diagnosis and management of the myriad of facial trauma and upper extremity emergency management patterns. The facial trauma chapters include descriptions of the relevant anatomy, initial patient evaluation, radiographic findings, treatment algorithms, and management. Similarly, the upper extremity trauma chapters begin with a detailed examination of common hand injuries and techniques for local anesthesia and splinting. Subsequent chapters describe common injuries, including hand and wrist fractures, infections, tendons, digit amputations, and compartment syndrome and the appropriate treatment regimens. The final chapters include postoperative considerations for free flap reconstructions, aesthetic operations, and sternal wound management.

1 Wound Management

2 Anesthesia and Wound Closure

3 Pressure Sores

4 Bite Wounds

5 Burns and Frostbite

6 General Assessment and Management of Facial Trauma

7 Facial Lacerations

8 Orbit and Zygoma Fractures

9 Nasal and Naso-Orbital-Ethmoid(NOE) Fractures

10 Frontal Sinus Fractures

11 Mandibular Fractures

12 Examination of Hand Injuries

13 Anesthesia and Splinting of the Hand and Wrist

14 Hand and Wrist Fractures and Dislocations

15 Hand Infections and Injection Injuries

16 Hand and Forearm Tendon Injuries

17 Hand Vascular Injuries and Digit Amputations

18 Upper Extremity Peripheral Nerve Injuries

19 Upper Extremity Compartment Syndrome

20 Postoperative Evaluation of Free Flap Reconstructions

21 The Postoperative Aesthetic Patient

22 Sternal Wounds

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