Published 2014. Good condition; both covers have light wear around edges with slightly dog-eared corners & light denting, cover slightly warped due to creasing, spine is lightly worn and without creasing, inside pages in very good condition with light wear to edges, pages do not carry warping or creases through from cover, no discolouration or fading of interior pages.
Why buy On-call in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery?
This book is unique in its attention to hands-on practical advice, with full-colour pictures and easy to follow
procedure storyboards. This is not a textbook, but a handbook that no junior trainee should be without.On-call in
Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery is aimed at junior trainees working in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery. Perfect for both singly qualified medics and dentists, it provides essential guidance in various clinical situations they will
encounter whilst on-call. This book is written as a 'survival guide', covering common presentations in the emergency,
ward and clinic setting, with supporting essential theory and detailed descriptions of simple surgical procedures.
Essentials - From teeth to anatomy to drug dosing, it's all there.
Emergency Department - Facial trauma, orofacial infections, and much more.
Ward - Feel like you need to know more about IV fluids or Warfarin dosing? Look no further.
Clinic - 'What tests do I order pre-operatively? How do I consent for this procedure?' We provide
all the answers.
Procedures - Step-by-step guides that make procedures like splinting a tooth or bridle-wiring a mandibular fracture easy.