- Max Hoshino
- Thomas Harris
- John Tiberi
Orthopaedic Emergency and Office Procedures
This practical and straightforward resource prepares you to meet the challenges presented by orthopaedic injuries most commonly seen in the emergency department and office settings. Readers will explore a range of techniques—from administration of local anesthesia, proper fracture reduction, and splint application, to some less common musculoskeletal procedures.
• Thorough coverage prepares readers to address orthopedic injuries resulting from trauma, as well as degenerative conditions often seen in emergency department or office visits.
• Step-by-step guidance covers patient positioning, proper immobilization, and recommended anesthetic techniques to reduce patient discomfort and improve outcomes.
• Practical tips from the experts help readers to avoid pitfalls and hone their skills.
• Photos, line drawings, and radiographs provide essential visual guidance, and allow readers to see key principles in action.