Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry, 6th Edition

by Jan Lindhe (Editor), Niklaus P. Lang (Editor) Now in its sixth edition, Clinical Periodontology and Implant Dentistry is the must-have resource for practitioners specialising in periodontal care and implant... Read more »

Complications of Vitreo-Retinal Surgery Retail PDF

Complications of vitreo retinal surgeryByNoemi Lois MD, PhD, FRCS(Ed) Ophthalmology Department, Eye Clinic, Grampian University Hospitals-NHS Trust, Foresterhill, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK David Wong MB, ChB, Albert Young Bing Ching Chair Professor in Ophthalmology, Head of the Department of Ophthalmology, LKS Faculty of Medicine, University of Hong Kong

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In the ever-changing field of vitreo-retinal surgery, the factor that may best distinguish a great surgeon from a good one is the ability to avoid and manage complications. Within the pages of Complications of Vitreo-Retinal Surgery, readers will discover the practical information ophthalmic surgeons need to address a wide range of intra- and postoperative complications associated with vitreo-retinal surgery. The text addresses a broad range of complications, occurring in both established and emerging surgical techniques.

Each potential complication is analyzed in detail, including information on pathogenesis and risk factors. Chapters are organized by potential complication, with each addressed by a single contributing author as if he/she is the surgeon on the case. While created specifically for vitreo-retinal surgeons, this book will provide useful information for other members of the surgical team as well as for general ophthalmologists, residents, and optometrists who see patients before and after vitreo-retinal procedures.

This handy reference delivers…

Detailed coverage addresses specific complications related to scleral buckling, pneumatic retinopexy, and 20-, 23-, and 25-gauge vitrectomy Expert contributors offer advice on avoidance and management of each complication, and offer guideposts for projected clinical outcomes. Bulleted points deliver clinical pearls on the prevention and management of specific complications. Real-world clinical scenarios provide practical, stepwise guidance in the management of each issue.

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Pharmacology for Health Professionals 4th Edition

pharmacoby Bronwen Bryant (Author), Kathleen Knights (Author)

Pharmacology for Health Professionals 4th Edition provides a comprehensive introduction to fundamental pharmacology principles and concepts.

The fourth edition has been fully updated and revised to reflect the most up-to-date information on the clinical use of drugs, Australian and New Zealand scheduling, drug legislation and ethics.

Key Features
· Anatomy and physiology integrated throughout · Discipline-specific information integrated throughout and additional resources provided via Evolve · Key drug information at your fingertips: Drug Monographs, Drug Interactions Tables, Clinical Interest Boxes and key terms and abbreviations · End-of-chapter review exercises to test your understanding. · Evolve resources for both lecturer and student.
New to this Edition
· New and updated Drug Monographs describing important aspects of drugs and drug groups · Updated tables outlining detailed drug interactions occurring with major drug groups · Recent changes in the pharmacological management of major conditions · New Clinical Interest Boxes, including  current New Zealand specific and pharmacological treatment of common diseases and conditions · Referencing most up-to-date  reviews of drugs and  major disease management · Guidelines for clinical choice and use of drugs · Enhanced information on the use of complementary and alternative medicine (CAM) modalities, with a focus on interactions between drugs and CAM therapies · Improved internal design for ease of navigation.

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Orthopaedic Emergency and Office Procedures Retail PDF

Orthopaedic Emergency and Office ProceduresByMax Hoshino Thomas Harris John Tiberi

This practical and straightforward resource prepares you to meet the challenges presented by orthopaedic injuries most commonly seen in the emergency department and office settings. Readers will explore a range of techniques—from administration of local anesthesia, proper fracture reduction, and splint application, to some less common musculoskeletal procedures.

• Thorough coverage prepares readers to address orthopedic injuries resulting from trauma, as well as degenerative conditions often seen in emergency department or office visits.
• Step-by-step guidance covers patient positioning, proper immobilization, and recommended anesthetic techniques to reduce patient discomfort and improve outcomes.
• Practical tips from the experts help readers to avoid pitfalls and hone their skills.
• Photos, line drawings, and radiographs provide essential visual guidance, and allow readers to see key principles in action.


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