This book provides medical students with a concise overview of surgical instruments, X-rays, and operative procedures.
Divided into four sections, the text begins with discussion on metallic instruments such as forceps, stone retrieval forceps, and retractors.
The next section covers non-metallic instruments, describing catheters, drains, bags, sutures, and more.
Section three provides students with detail on X-rays for gastrointestinal, hepatobiliary, genitourinary, and chest disorders, and the final section explains various operative procedures for different anatomical systems.
Topics are presented in bullet point format, highlighting procedures, salient features, contraindications, advantages, disadvantages, and key points.
The book is further enhanced by nearly 200 clinical photographs and figures.
Concise overview of surgical instruments, X-rays and operative procedures for medical students
Covers various different anatomical systems
Presented in bullet point format to assist learning
Highly illustrated with nearly 200 clinical photographs and figures