- Year: 2015
- Page Number: 368
- File Type: PDF
- File Size: 10.80 MB
- Authors/ Editiors: American College of Surgeons Clinical Research Program
Presented by the American College of Surgeons and the Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology, the first comprehensive, evidence-based examination of cancer surgery techniques as standards distills the well-defined protocols and techniques that are critical to achieve optimal outcomes in a cancer operation. This unique, one of a kind collaboration between the American College of Surgeons and the Alliance for Clinical Trials in Oncology focuses on best practices and state-of-the-art methodologies. Operative Standards for Cancer Surgery clearly describes the surgical activities that occur between skin incision and skin closure that directly affect cancer outcomes
This is an excellent review from a highly credible source of what to do during a cancer operation, from incision to closure. There are also “deep dives” into controversial topics, with review of the literature and consensus opinions about things that are uncertain. This should help surgeons improve the quality of their operations, and also is a great learning tool for medical students, residents, and fellows. Other editions are underway to focus on different types of cancer. There are some great surgical photos and diagrams that really enhance this book. HIghly recommended.
This new manual provides guidance to the key elements of surgical standards for oncologic surgery. It is really well organized and written. Each chapter provides a succinct summary of the evidence supporting recommendations. The evidence base for much of what we do as surgeons varies widely, and it is really valuable to have this clear source of the state-of-the art knowledge. The directives are clear, and the illustrations excellent. This will clearly become a standard for all surgeons to use. Highly recommended for practicing surgeons and trainees alike.
It is good resource. Well written with clear reasoning. My only criticism is I wish they had chosen melanoma or gastric cancer over lung cancer. As a general surgeon, I don’t do major thoracic operations and I suspect most other general surgeons do not either.
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