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ACS Surgery: Principles and Practice (Acs Surgery)


ACS Surgery is the first reference of general surgery to carry the name of the American College of Surgeons. Developed to help practicing surgeons make critical decisions on patient care, it is an evidence-based reference of surgical best practices from leaders in the field. An extraordinary resource, ACS Surgery combines the most current information in surgery with practical advice and time-saving convenience. Available in a variety of formats including bound volume, online, and CD-Rom. A CME program is also available. -Recommendations by over 200 renowned master surgeons Decision-making focus with practical algorithms -Illustrated operative approach geared to practicing surgeons -Continually updated-over 40% per year-with the latest procedures -Extensively illustrated with over 1400 full-color diagrams, photos, and illustrations which clarify complex processes and procedures -Over 100 algorithms offer step-by-step diagnostic and management strategies -Free monthly e-mail alert service which covers the very latest in surgical care and technique -3 month free online access NEW IN THE 6th EDITION -Evidence-Based Surgery an important new chapter that discusses the profound impact that evidence-based medicine is having on current surgical practice -Benchmarking Surgical Outcomes another key chapter that describes current efforts to obtain comprehensive and accurate information about surgical outcomes -New section on Care in Special Situations has been incorporated into the 6th edition and includes chapters on The Elderly Surgical Patient ; The Pediatric Surgical Patient ; The Pregnant Surgical Patient ; Urologic Considerations for the General Surgeon and Gynecologic Considerations for the General Surgeon -Expanded Thorax Section New chapters added on common thoracic problems, such as Cough and Hemoptysis; Pleural Effusion and Solitary Pulmanary Nodules; as well as common techniques including Mediastinal Procedures; Pericardial Procedures; Diaphragmatic Procedures Decortication and Pleurectomy and Pulmonary Resection


note: There are 2 parts.

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