Circulatory Ulcers: A Physical Approach is a nine-chapter test that explores the causes and treatment of different type of ulcers. This book discusses the physiology, development, and treatment options of the wound.
The first chapters deal with the removal of pain induced by the wound; methods to exercise the joints; strengthen and re-establish muscle contractions; types of effective dressing for the wound; classes of exercise to treat the immobility; improving circulation; and local treatment of ulcer. The succeeding chapters consider the restoration, treatment, and drugs of skin surrounding the wound. These topics are followed by discussions of the factors that determine the kind of treatment that should be given. A chapter is devoted to the modes of entry of an infection. The remaining chapters focus on the solutions, ointments, and powders used in treatment.
The book can provide useful information to doctors, students, and researchers.
Preface Foreword I. Ulcers- A Comparison Causes Correction as Basis of Treatment II. The Ulcer Parts of an Ulcer Their Appearance at Varying Stages Significance of Site The Aims and Techniques of Treatment Confidence of Patient Pain Joints Musculature Circulation Local Treatment of Ulcer Skin Re-education of Walking After-care IV. The Prescription Of Treatment Deciding Factors Patient Limb Ulcer Weather Frequency of Attendance V. Medicaments Solutions for Cleansing Skin and Ulcer Skin Protectives Dressings for Ulcer VI. The Treatment Position of Patient—Dressing Trolley Technique of Dressing Frequency of Treatment VII. Skin-Grafts Most Frequently Used Methods Physical Preparation VIII. Excision and Skin-Graft Pre-operative Physiotherapy Operation Postoperative Physiotherapy IX. Suggestions for Organization Treatment Room Sterilizing Room X. Conclusion Appendix: Notes on Some Cases Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1960
- 1st January 1960
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