A superlative practitioner's guide to understanding the surgical practice in order to know whether a viable malpractice action exists. Highlights common errors made in a wide variety of surgical procedures and how to handle those types of malpractice litigation. Organized by diverse types of surgeries, the chapters outline the diagnosis, usual method of treatment, and possible complications. Analyzes the preoperative complicating medical disorders and postoperative complications, as well as the difference between office surgery and hospital practice.
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Book Description McGraw-Hill. Book Condition: Good. 0071722173 Crisp pages. Tight binding. Appears unread. Different cover than shown. Slight shelf wear on cover. No dust jacket. Good reading copy. Slight water staining on the edge of the pages. Bookseller Inventory # LRS-3AG4-D679