438 pages | 228 Color Illus.
Highly Commended, BMA Medical Book Awards 2015
Orthopaedic Trauma: The Stanmore and Royal London Guide is a definitive and practical guide to musculoskeletal trauma surgery with an emphasis on the techniques employed and the reasoning behind them. Written with the needs of trainees in orthopaedic surgery in mind, this comprehensive book systematically covers all aspects of trauma of the upper limb, lower limb, and spine, with separate sections on paediatric trauma.
Many chapters include detailed descriptions of the initial diagnosis and management of common injuries as well as the consent process, theatre set-up, and surgical approach required for operative treatment.
The book also features sections on topics such as polytrauma, pelvic trauma, and resuscitation, enabling the reader to learn safe, evidence-based approaches. Information on complications, key references, viva and multiple-choice questions to test understanding of concepts covered are included in each chapter, allowing the book to be used both as a practical guide to the treatment of patients and as a preparation tool for postgraduate orthopaedic examinations.
This book complements the successful titles Basic Orthopaedic Sciences: The Stanmore Guide and Operative Orthopaedics: The Stanmore Guide.
"’The stated aim of the book is to fall between the two extremes of a simplistic pocket handbook and a book focusing on the minutiae aimed at an expert trauma surgeon. It does strike this balance well, providing a practical guide for the trainee surgeon faced with both common and unfamiliar injuries."
—The Bone & Joint Journal
Principles of Resuscitation and Polytrauma Management; Daud Chou, Matthew Barry, and Karim Brohi
Open Fractures and Associated Soft Tissue Injuries; Charlie Jowett, Pete Bates, and Simon Myers
Principles of Fracture Fixation; Stephen Tai, Panagiotis Gikas, and David Marsh
Complications of Fracture Healing; Nirav Patel, Verona Beckles, and Peter Calder
Fragility Fractures; Panagiotis Gikas, Stephen Tai, Martini Faimali and David Marsh
Fractures of the Thoracolumbar Spine; Ghias Bhattee, Reza Mobasheri, and Robert Lee
Cervical Spine Trauma; Nirav Patel and Robert Lee
Shoulder Girdle and Proximal Humerus; Prakash Jayakumar and Livio Di Mascio
Humeral Shaft Fractures; Addie Majed and Mark Falworth
Trauma of the Elbow; Niel Kang, Deborah Higgs, and Simon Lambert
Radius and Ulnar Shaft; John Stammers and Mathew Barry
Distal Forearm; Dennis Kosuge and Pramo
Carpal Injuries; Nick Aresti and Livio Di Mascio
Hand Trauma; Markus Baker and Livio Di Mascio
Pelvic Trauma; Christopher Jack, Jasvinder Daurka, and Martin Bircher
Acetabulum; Barry Andrews, Paul Culpan and Peter Bates
Hip and Proximal Femur Fractures; Shafic Al-Nammari, Harry Krishnan, Andrew Sprowson, and Sebastian Dawson-Bowling
Femoral Shaft, Distal Femoral and Periprosthetic Fractures; Kevin Rourke and Jonathan Miles
Knee and Proximal Tibia; Nick Aresti and Pramod Achan
Tibial Shaft and Plafond; Steven Kahane and Paul Culpan
Ankle Injuries; Derek Park, Anthony Sakellariou, and Dishan Singh
Foot Injuries; Atif Malik, Rob Moverley, and Nick Cullen
Principles of Paediatric Trauma; Steve Key and Manoj Ramachandran
Paediatric Upper Limb Trauma; Chethan Jayadev, Tanvir Khan, and Manoj Ramachandranpaediatric
Lower Limb Trauma; Steve Key and Manoj Ramachandran
Peripheral Nerve Injuries; Tom Quick and Mike Fox
Pathological Fractures; James Wong, Harry Krishnan, Tim Briggs, and Will Aston