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Oxford Handbook of Clinical Surgery 4e. Oxford Handbook of Complementary Medicine. Oxford Handbook of Critical Care 3e. Oxford Handbook of Dental. The Oxford Handbook of Operative Surgery (OHOS) is for surgical trainees in their early years of training. Medical students and nurses will also find it useful. PDF | For its third edition, this handbook has been fully revised and rewritten for the renowned Oxford Medical Handbook series. Including comprehensive.
Learning Disabilities. Acute Medicine. There are step-by-step descriptions of common operative surgical techniques, practical hints and procedures, and information on signs, symptoms and rarities. Basic Sciences. General surgery may largely have gone, but it should not be forgotten.
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In our Trust, the first laparoscopic cholecystectomy was performed in and has now become the procedure of choice for most gallbladder disease and many other surgical operations in the western world. There are many surgical trainees who have scant experience of open surgery and who have, due to European directives, limited time exposure to surgical procedures.
In fact, most technical training is now obtained from emergency on-call such that a new specialty of emergency surgery is developing.
A recent British Medical Journal BMJ article recommended a training programme for surgeons wishing to work in remote and rural surgery—not only in the Developing World but in remote and isolated communities in the United Kingdom! General surgery may largely have gone, but it should not be forgotten.
Most countries in the world do not have access to these recent innovations and there is still a case in the developed world for experience in open and general surgery to be incorporated in the formal training programmes of junior surgeons. Chapter 1: Good surgical practice Chapter 2: Principles of surgery Chapter 3: Surgical pathology Chapter 4: Practical procedures Chapter 5: Head and neck surgery Chapter 6: Breast and endocrine surgery Chapter 7: Disorders of the Nervous System.
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