Hand Surgery (Oxford Specialist Handbooks in Surgery) 1st Edition (2009) (PDF) by David Warwick

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Basic Information:

  • Year: 2009
  • Page Number: 635
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 16.50 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: David Warwick

Description:

This compact but comprehensive guide to all aspects of hand surgery encompasses the appropriate aspects of plastic surgery, orthopaedic surgery and hand therapy, and rheumatology and biomechanics, providing a single source of information on this specialty.

It features the detailed classifications, nerve root values and outcomes needed by practicing hand surgeons, which also acts as an invaluable, well-structured revision tool for trainee hand surgeons about to undertake the Hand Diploma. The book also proves to be a useful guide for orthopaedic and plastic surgery trainees, needing to get the most from their attachment. Practicing hand therapists and trainees will find clear information for their role in supporting patients with hand and wrist problems. People dealing with hand and wrist problems (GPs, theatre staff, clinic staff) would also find this to be a useful reference.

David Warwick is a Consultant Hand Surgeon and Senior Lecturer at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust. He has been a Consultant since October 1998 having trained in Hand Fellowships in Sydney and Oxford. He provides a Tertiary Referral service for Wessex, States of Jersey, Isle of Wight and British Army (Training and Recruitment) and looks after upper limb problems for Southampton Football Club and Hampshire County Cricket Club. He is Chairman of the British Society for Surgery of the Hand Education and Training Committee, and is a member of the Editorial Board of both the Journal of Hand Surgery (European) and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. He is a member of the BSSH Instructional Course Committee and Research Committee and is an Examiner for the British Hand Diploma. He has co-written Apley’s System of Orthopaedics, and has written several papers, chapters and lectures both in the UK and abroad on hand and wrist surgery topics. Roderick Dunn is a Consultant in Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery at the Wessex Regional Plastic Surgery Unit at Odstock Hospital in Salisbury.He trained in Plastic Surgery, Hand Surgery and Microsurgery in Plymouth and Glasgow, with specialist fellowships in Hand and Microsurgery in India and Leeds. His special interest are Children’s Hand Surgery, complex microsurgical upper limb reconstruction and peripheral nerve surgery. He has written several book chapters and papers, is a regular reviewer for JPRAS, JHS(Br and European) and JBJS.

User’s Review:

David Warwick is a Consultant Hand Surgeon and Senior Lecturer at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust. He has been a Consultant since October 1998 having trained in Hand Fellowships in Sydney and Oxford. He provides a Tertiary Referral service for Wessex, States of Jersey, Isle of Wight and British Army (Training and Recruitment) and looks after upper limb problems for Southampton Football Club and Hampshire County Cricket Club. He is Chairman of the British Society for Surgery of the Hand Education and Training Committee, and is a member of the Editorial Board of both the Journal of Hand Surgery (European) and the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. He is a member of the BSSH Instructional Course Committee and Research Committee and is an Examiner for the British Hand Diploma. He has co-written Apley’s System of Orthopaedics, and has written several papers, chapters and lectures both in the UK and abroad on hand and wrist surgery topics. Roderick Dunn is a Consultant in Plastic, Reconstructive and Hand Surgery at the Wessex Regional Plastic Surgery Unit at Odstock Hospital in Salisbury.He trained in Plastic Surgery, Hand Surgery and Microsurgery in Plymouth and Glasgow, with specialist fellowships in Hand and Microsurgery in India and Leeds. His special interest are Children’s Hand Surgery, complex microsurgical upper limb reconstruction and peripheral nerve surgery. He has written several book chapters and papers, is a regular reviewer for JPRAS, JHS(Br and European) and JBJS.

This book is a light weight companion with a general guide to ahdn surgery. It’s for those in particular with a sub-specialist interest as a quick reerence. As with the rest of the series it’s lightweight and portable. On the downside there are relatively few pictures and the print is relatively small. The occasionally, slightly one sided views of the authors are expressed, althought they are not an unreasonable starting point. Have no hesitancy in recommending it!

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