Fracture Management for Primary Care, 1e
The only book of its kind entirely written by family physicians! This practical resource explains everything a primary care provider needs to know to effectively evaluate and treat fractures. Covers all fractures commonly encountered in a primary care setting. Summary management tables, high-quality radiographs, and helpful drawings enhance the text. Each chapter is organized by anatomic considerations, clinical symptoms and signs, radiographic findings, indications for orthopedic referral, acute treatment, and definitive treatment.
Specifications of Fracture Management for Primary Care, 1e
|Author||M. Patrice Eiff MD, Robert L. Hatch MD MPH, Walter L. Calmbach MD|
|Number Of Pages||293|
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