By R. M. Kirk MS FRCS, William J. Ribbans, TBC
This booklet doesn't try to rival significant surgical textbooks, yet attracts jointly a suite of uncomplicated info in a handy layout. It presents a transition in wisdom among the elemental sciences and medical perform. Emphasis is put on the overall ideas of surgical procedure instead of on administration of particular stipulations and therefore this identify enhances the normal medical surgical textbooks.
- Applies easy technological know-how to sensible scientific settings
- Clear succinct chapters
- Provides a center of data with which surgeons may be familiar
- Recommended via the RCS
- Written by means of the RCS STEP direction tutors
- Ensures a transition of data among the elemental sciences and medical practice
- Helps MRCS applicants revise for exams
- Aids decision-making for green surgeons
- New bankruptcy on Tissue and Bone reaction to trauma and surgery
- New bankruptcy on scientific Governance
- New editor joins the publication, Mr. William Ribbans
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