SPRI | The Trauma Golden Hour: A Practical Guide (2020 EN)

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    Author: Adonis Nasr (Editor), Flavio Saavedra Tomasich (Editor), Iwan Collaço (Editor), Phillipe Abreu (Editor), Nicholas Namias (Editor), Antonio Marttos (Editor)
    Full Title: The Trauma Golden Hour: A Practical Guide
    Publisher: Springer; 1st ed. 2020 edition (November 27, 2019)
    Year: 2020
    ISBN-13: 9783030264437 (978-3-030-26443-7), 9783030264420 (978-3-030-26442-0)
    ISBN-10: 3030264432, 3030264424
    Pages: 234
    Language: English
    Genre: Medicine: Traumatic Surgery
    File type: PDF (True)
    Quality: 10/10
    Price: 93.59 €

    The Golden Hour is a well-established concept in emergency medicine, related to the critical period of one hour after an injury, accident or trauma. This term implies that the mortality rates increase substantially if efficient care is not provided within 60 minutes after the trauma. This book is intended as a practical manual in Trauma Care within the context of the golden hour, addressing all trauma types and all body parts. Readers will find essential decision-making algorithms and protocols with commentary for traumas, along with easily accessible information on how to treat patients in a very practical and handy fashion. Furthermore, the content is presented in a didactic way suitable for a wide audience, from medical students who want to learn about the basics of trauma care to experienced surgeons seeking a comprehensive guide to trauma-related interventions.The book combines contributions from experts at two renowned Trauma Centers, the Hospital do Trabalhador at Curitiba, Brazil, and the Ryder Trauma Center in Miami, USA. Therefore, considering the different local environments and resources, the book provides distinct perspectives for several injuries, presenting the state of the art in Trauma Care. The diversity of perspectives in this book contributes to a global health care approach suitable for trauma-related events from developed countries to remote areas.


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