- Challenges in the Pandemic: A Multidisciplinary Approach (2021; 1st Edition)
The pandemic is by no means over. Although we have vaccines, many conflicting reports regarding their efficacy and safety have confused many. This has resulted in a substantial size of the population to stay away from being vaccinated. Until now there are no antiviral medications that we can use to effectively halt the progress of the disease in those who have contracted it.
We are thus left to deal with COVID-19 without any cure in sight. As there is no magic bullet in sight, we are left with our ingenuity, courage, and compassionate bedside care, using our tools to the best of our ability. Employing this approach, we believe early treatment may assuage this terrible disease.
This book deals with this appalling situation in a comprehensive manner by providing health care workers with solutions and strategies to deal effectively and efficiently to help patients overcome this terrible viral infection. These are strategies and solutions that have worked very well in real-life situations and have proved to be effective and reliable. These take into account not only various stages of the COVID-19 infection but also deal with the immense isolation that the disease has caused along with other satellite problems.
This book not only helps to deal with the health care crisis but goes beyond by anticipating and preventing possible long-term complications and sequelae that follow COVID-19 infections.
The unique selling points of this book include:
A global international and practical perspective to care written by international authors.
The majority of the authors are not only clinicians, scientists, and scholars, they have also personally cared for thousands of patients afflicted and critically ill with COVID-19.
It is thorough in its approach and covers everything from epidemiology to management.
- Clinical Research for Surgeons (2008; 1st Edition)
Clinical Research for Surgeons is a practical guide for understanding, planning, conducting, and evaluating surgical research. It covers the principles of evidence-based surgery and applies these principles to the design of suitable research studies. The reader will come to fully understand important concepts such as case-control study, prospective cohort study, randomized trial, and reliability study. The book provides valuable discussions of the critical appraisal of published clinical studies, allowing the reader to learn how to evaluate the quality of such studies with respect to measuring outcomes and to make effective use of all types of evidence in patient care.
Insights from experienced surgeons and veteran researchers
Easy-to-reference text boxes with Key Concepts, Jargon Simplified, and Examples from the Literature
Coverage of both open and minimally-invasive surgical procedures
50 illustrations demonstrating key points
This book is a valuable reference for clinicians and residents in a range of disciplines, including general surgery, orthopedic surgery, plastic and reconstructive surgery, urology, neurosurgery, otolaryngology-head and neck surgery, interventional radiology, cardiac surgery.