The first € price and the £ and $ price are net prices, subject to local VAT. Prices indicated with * include VAT for books; the €(D) includes 7% for. Germany, the. The third edition of this textbook is edited by Carol Scott-Conner, MD, PhD, as a continuation of the previous work of Jameson L. Chassin, MD. Dr Scott-Conner has divided this edition into 14 parts covering pages, chapters, and contributing authors. This books (Chassin s Operative Strategy in General Surgery: An Expositive Atlas [PDF]) Made by About Books none To Download Please.
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was the atlas Operative Strategy in General Surgery, the first edition of which was measure of Dr. Chassin's unusual teaching ability is that he is both Professor. The Fourth Edition of Chassin's Operative Strategy in General Surgery: An Expositive Atlas is designed to expand this comprehensive and unique general. Request PDF on ResearchGate | On Jan 1, , Carol E. H. Scott-Conner and others published Chassin's Operative Strategy in General Surgery.
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Views Total views. Actions Shares. Embeds 0 No embeds. No notes for slide. This book is unique in the way that Professor Chassin describes the way he chooses a particular procedure from amongst those that are possible.
In most instances, therefore, only the one operation that he has found to be most valuable and safe for a given condition is described. As well as the pitfalls and dangers that need to be considered prior to surgery, postoperative care is also covered well, though perhaps an indicative length of stay following all the procedures described would be helpful.
The text is clear and well illustrated throughout, with unfussy drawings. Nothing, however, is perfect. In the section on laparoscopic cholecystectomy the text states correctly that the neck of the gallbladder is drawn through the umbilical wound, but the accompanying illustrations show the fundus being pulled out.
Referencesare limited but pertinent and as such are preferable to long lists. Personally, although I do not agree with all the recommended procedures, I found this book fascinating to read as it gives an insight into the mind of a thinking surgeon who has clearly and carefully considered his own approach to surgery.
Intermixed with the descriptions of operative stsategy and the operations themselves are some valuable tips that only come from experience and are rarely described in other works.
Encourage juniors to read this book and read it yourself. Whether you agree or disagree with the particular procedures described, you will be better for the experience.
As the forewords by Slaney and Polk suggest, the authors have attempted to stand astride the Atlantic and in this many will feel the book has been too ambitious. There is a great deal in the book that will be of practical assistance to those considering setting about audit, as well as information not readily available elsewhere that should influence the practice of audit already underway.
Although directed at the surgeon, many of the topics covered have general application to all branches of medicine.