Oxford Handbook of ENT and Head and Neck Surgery
Oxford University Press
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This best-selling Oxford Handbook provides a comprehensive guide to the practice of ENT and head and neck surgery in a concise, practical, and easily accessible format. For use on the ward or for revision purposes, this latest edition is organised anatomically and each section provides a summary of the essential approach to a specific presenting complaint. Quick access chapters are included detailing emergency conditions and their acute management.
- Incorporates learning objectives, ward management information, and common modes of presentation in a concise single volume
- Covers the preparation of patients for theatre as well as overviews of common operations
- Features new chapters on ENT manifestations in HIV/AIDS, sleep disorders, common drugs used in ENT, and paediatric ENT conditions
- Includes expanded coverage of anatomy, practical and surgical procedures, and emergencies
- Emphasizes a patient-centered, practical approach throughout
Patient-centered and practical, this app represents a more accurate experience for those typically faced with ENT and head and neck surgery in clinical practice.
Readership: Aimed primarily at junior doctors, trainees and specialist nurses in ENT, this handbook will also appeal to trainees in accident and emergency medicine, medical students, consultant otorhinolaryngologists, general practitioners, speech and language therapists, hearing therapists, and audiologists.
Audience: This Oxford Handbook is intended for a UK audience as well as other areas which follow UK medical practice including Europe, Australia, the Middle East, India and East Asia.Authors: Rogan Corbridge and Nicholas Steventon