Color atlas of emergency trauma [E-Book] / Diku P. Mandavia, Edward J. Newton, Demetrios Demetriades.
Mandavia, Diku P., (author)
Newton, Edward, (author) / Demetriades, Demetrios, (author)
Cambridge : Cambridge University Press, 2003
1 online resource (xvii, 295 pages)
englisch
9780511550201
9780521781480
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Table of Contents:
  • Machine generated contents note: 1. Head Injury / Leslie Kobayashi
  • 1.1. Scalp Injuries
  • 1.2. Skull Fractures
  • 1.3. Intracranial Hematomas
  • 1.4. Penetrating Head Injury
  • 1.5. Transtentorial Herniation
  • 1.6. Diffuse Cerebral Edema
  • 1.7. Pediatric Head Injury
  • 1.8. Diffuse Axonal Injury
  • 2. Facial Injury / Edward J. Newton
  • 2.1. Eye Injuries
  • 2.2. Periorbital Lacerations
  • 2.3. Facial Fractures
  • 2.4. Nasal Injuries
  • 2.5. Penetrating Facial Trauma
  • 2.6.Complex Oromaxillofacial Trauma
  • 2.7. Facial Nerve Injury
  • 2.8. Parotid Gland Injury
  • 3. Neck Injury / Lydia Lam
  • Penetrating Neck Injuries
  • 3.1. Anatomical Zones of the Neck
  • 3.2. Epidemiology of Penetrating Neck Trauma
  • 3.3. Physical Examination of Penetrating Injuries of the Neck
  • 3.4. Protocol for Initial Evaluation and Management of Penetrating Injuries to the Neck
  • 3.5. Radiological Investigations for Penetrating Neck Trauma
  • 3.6. Evaluation of the Vascular Structures in the Neck
  • 3.7. Evaluation of the Aerodigestive Tract in the Neck
  • 3.8. Airway Establishment in the Presence of a Neck Hematoma
  • 3.9. Bleeding Control in the Emergency Department
  • 3.10. Penetrating Trauma to the Carotid Artery
  • 3.11. Penetrating Trauma to the Vertebral Artery
  • 3.12. Penetrating Trauma to the Subclavian Vessels
  • Blunt Neck Trauma
  • 3.13. Vascular Injuries
  • 3.14. Blunt Laryngotracheal Trauma
  • 4. Thoracic Injury / Peep Talving
  • 4.1. Chest Wall, Soft Tissues
  • 4.2. Rib Fractures
  • 4.3. Hemo-Pneumothorax
  • 4.4. Lung Contusion
  • 4.5. Subcutaneous Emphysema
  • 4.6. Penetrating Cardiac Injury
  • 4.7. Blunt Cardiac Trauma
  • 4.8. Blunt Thoracic Aortic Injury
  • 4.9. Penetrating Thoracic Outlet Injuries
  • 4.10. Transmediastinal Gunshot Wounds
  • 4.11. Diaphragmatic Injuries
  • 4.12. Esophageal Injuries
  • 4.13. Thoracic Duct Injury
  • 4.14. Traumatic Asphyxia
  • 4.15. Impaled Thoracic Foreign Bodies
  • 5. Abdominal Injury / Kenji Inaba
  • Blunt Abdominal Trauma
  • 5.1. Mechanism of Injury
  • 5.2. Diagnosis of Hemoperitoneum
  • 5.3. Splenic Injuries
  • 5.4. Liver Injuries
  • 5.5. Pancreatic Injuries
  • 5.6. Renal Injuries
  • 5.7. Bladder Injuries
  • 5.8. Urethral Injuries
  • 5.9. Duodenal Injuries
  • 5.10. Small-Bowel Injuries
  • 5.11. Colorectal Injuries
  • Penetrating Abdominal Trauma
  • 5.12. Mechanism of Injury
  • 5.13. Investigations in Penetrating Abdominal Injury
  • 5.14. Transpelvic Gunshot Injuries
  • 5.15. Penetrating Injuries to the Liver
  • 5.16. Penetrating Splenic Injuries
  • 5.17. Penetrating Pancreatic Injuries
  • 5.18. Penetrating Renal Injuries
  • 5.19. Penetrating Colorectal Injuries
  • 5.20. Abdominal Vascular Injuries
  • 5.21. Abdominal Trauma in Pregnancy
  • 6. Musculoskeletal Injury / Edward J. Newton
  • 6.1. Classification of Fractures
  • 6.2. Open Fractures
  • 6.3. Mangled Extremity
  • 6.4. Open Joint Injury
  • 6.5. Epiphyseal Injuries
  • 6.6. Torus and Greenstick Fractures
  • 6.7. Supracondylar Fracture
  • 6.8. Amputations
  • 6.9. Tendon Injury
  • 6.10. Peripheral Vascular Injury
  • 6.11. Peripheral Nerve Injury
  • 6.12. Metacarpal Fractures
  • 6.13. Scaphoid Fractures
  • 6.14. Scapholunate Dislocation
  • 6.15. Lunate and Perilunate Dislocation
  • 6.16. Wrist Fractures
  • 6.17. Forearm Fractures
  • 6.18. Elbow Dislocation
  • 6.19. Radial Head Fracture
  • 6.20. Humeral Fracture
  • 6.21. Shoulder Dislocation
  • 6.22. Clavicle Fracture
  • 6.23. Sternoclavicular Dislocation
  • 6.24. Scapula Fracture
  • 6.25. Pelvic Fractures
  • 6.26. Hip Dislocation
  • 6.27. Hip Fractures
  • 6.28. Femoral Shaft Fracture
  • 6.29. Patellar Fracture
  • 6.30. Tibial Plateau Fracture
  • 6.31. Knee Dislocation
  • 6.32. Maisonneuve Fracture Complex
  • 6.33. Ankle Dislocation
  • 6.34. Subtalar Dislocation
  • 6.35. Lisfranc Fracture
  • 6.36. Metatarsal Base Fractures
  • 6.37. Calcaneal Fractures
  • 7. Spinal Injuries / Mark J. Spoonamore
  • Spinal Cord Injuries
  • 7.1.Complete Spinal Cord Transection
  • 7.2. Central Cord Syndrome
  • 7.3. Brown-Sequard Syndrome
  • 7.4. Anterior Cord Syndrome
  • Upper Cervical Spine Dislocations
  • 7.5. Atlanto-Occipital Dislocation
  • 7.6. Atlantoaxial Dislocation
  • 7.7. Rotatory Subluxation of C-1 on C-2
  • 7.8. Ligamentous Injuries
  • Cervical Spine Fractures
  • 7.9.C-1 Burst Fracture (Jefferson Fracture)
  • 7.10. Odontoid (Dens) Fractures (C-2)
  • 7.11. Hangman's Fracture (C-2)
  • 7.12. Fractures of the Lower Cervical Spine (C-3-C-7)
  • 7.13. Flexion and Extension Teardrop Fracture
  • 7.14.Compression or Burst Fracture of the Vertebral Body
  • 7.15. Clay Shoveler's Fracture
  • 7.16. Fractures of the Pedicles, Laminae, and Lateral Masses
  • 7.17. Facet Dislocation
  • 7.18. Cervicothoracic Spinal Injury
  • Thoracic Spine Injuries
  • Lumbar Spine Injuries
  • 7.19. Lumbar Compression Burst Fractures
  • 7.20. Chance Fractures
  • 7.21. Fracture-Dislocation of the Lumbar Spine
  • Pediatric Spinal Injury
  • Penetrating Injuries to the Spinal Cord
  • 8. Burn Injuries / Warren Garner
  • Extent of Burn Injury
  • 8.1. First-Degree Burn
  • 8.2. Second-Degree Burn
  • 8.3. Third-Degree Burn
  • 8.4. Fourth-Degree Burn
  • Special Considerations of Burn Injury
  • 8.5. Inhalation Injury
  • 8.6. Abdominal Compartment Syndrome
  • 8.7. Circumferential Burn
  • 8.8. Scald Burns
  • 8.9. Chemical Burns
  • 8.10. Electrical Burns
  • 8.11. Outcome of Burn Injury
  • 9. Soft Tissue Injuries / Marko Bukur
  • 9.1. Dog Bite Injury
  • 9.2. Cat Bite Injury
  • 9.3. Human Bite Injury
  • 9.4. High-Pressure Injection Injury
  • 9.5. Retained Foreign Body
  • 9.6. Extremity Compartment Syndrome
  • 10. Ballistics / David Plurad
  • 10.1. Definitions
  • 10.2. Low-Velocity Projectiles
  • 10.3. High-Velocity Projectiles
  • 10.4. Shotgun Injuries
  • 10.5. Blast Injuries
  • 10.6. Nonlethal Weapons
  • 10.7. Myths and Facts about Bullets
  • 11. Disaster Medicine / Edward J. Newton
  • 11.1. Epidemiology of Injuries in Mass Disasters
  • 11.2. Triage
  • 11.3. Specific Injuries
  • 11.4. Guidelines for Rescue Efforts.