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Musculoskeletal Emergencies

Expert Consult: Online and Print

Equip yourself with all the guidance you need to diagnose, stabilize and provide the initial management of MSK emergencies as effectively as possible. Optimize patient’s disposition ranging from emergency department discharge to the operating room. A leading orthopaedic trauma surgeon and a respected emergency physician bridge the gap between these specialties to help you give these patients the best chances of favorable outcomes.

Hardbound, 544 Pages

Published: September 2012

Imprint: Saunders

ISBN: 978-1-4377-2229-1

Contents

  • Part I: General Principles

    1

    General Principles of Initial Care

    2

    Radiographic Imaging

     

    3

    Infections involving the Musculoskeletal system

     

    4

    Anlelgesia, Conscious Sedation, Regional Blocks, and Anesthesia

     5

    Multiple Trauma

     

    6

    Perioperative Assessment

     7

    Pregnancy

    Part II: Specific Anatomic Regions

    Section 1:Upper Extremity

     

     8

    Spine

    9

    Shoulder

    10

    Elbow and Distal Humerus

    11

    Wrist and Forearm

     

     12

    Hand and Digits

    Section 2: Lower Extremity

    13

    Hip and Thigh

    14

    Distal Femur, Knee, Patella

     15

    Leg and Ankle

     16

    Foot

    Section 3: Central Skeletal Axis Injuries

    17

    Pelvis

     

    Part III: Pediatrics

    18

    Introduction to Pediatric Trauma

     

    19

    Pediatric Pathologic Fractures

    20

    Pediatric Shoulder and Humeral Shaft

    21

    Pediatric Elbow

    22

    Pediatric Forearm and Distal Radius/Ulna Fractures

    Part III: Pediatrics

     

    22

    Pediatric Forearm and Distal Radius/Ulna Fractures

    23

    Pediatric Hand

    24

    Pediatric Cervical Spine Fractures

    25

    Pediatric Thoracolumbar Spine Fractures

    26

    Pediatric Fractures of the Pelvis and Acetabulum

    27

    Pediatric Fracture of the Dislocations of the Hip

    28

    Pediatric Femur

    29

    Fractures of the Pediatric Knee

     

    30

    Pediatric Tibia/Fibular Shaft and Ankle Fractures

    31

    Pediatric Foot

     

    Appendix: Legal and Administrative Issues

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