Oxford Handbook of Orthopaedics and Trauma
also contains a comprehensive overview of anatomy and surgery. Helpful illustrations and diagrams guide the reader, aiding the understanding of movements and anatomical relationships, which are of particular importance in establishing a diagnosis. Information is extensively referenced with further
reading materials, providing a structured basis in for all levels of training. Emergency topics are highlighted for quick access and the appendix provides information on common drugs in orthopaedics and trauma, as well as fracture diagrams. The book is clearly laid out, and written in an easily readable note-based style. Blank pages are included for the reader, so that notes, observations, and local protocols can be included, thereby individualising the Handbook. Written by trainees and
qualified surgeons, the Oxford Handbook of Orthopaedics and Trauma is an accessible and informative tool for all junior doctors and students in the field.
- Paperback | 656 pages
- 103 x 182 x 27mm | 344g
- 18 Jan 2011
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 70 black and white illustrations
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About Gavin Bowden
spine. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Oxford where he is a Fellow of Worcester College. Gavin graduated in Medicine in 1986 from the University of the Witwatersrand and was awarded the Gencor Prize. He then specialised in Orthopaedic Surgery in Cape Town. In 1995 he was awarded
the Synthes Prize by the University of Cape Town and the Edelstein Medal (awarded to the outstanding candidate in the Orthopaedic Fellowship Examination) by the College of Surgeons of South Africa.
Martin McNally is a full time consultant specialising in limb reconstruction. He leads a specialist team, which runs the only dedicated Bone Infection Unit in the UK. He has a special interest in limb injury, particularly non-union and malunion fractures. Martin's training in trauma and orthopaedics was principally in Northern Ireland. Since 1993, he has developed specialist skills in the treatment of complex injuries, particularly infected fractures and fractures with bone loss. He holds the
Martin Medal for Orthopaedic Research, The Sir Walter Mercer Gold Medal from the Intercollegiate Board of the Royal College of Surgeons and the International Society for Fracture Repair Young Investigator Award. Martin has a strong interest and record in teaching and research. He holds the Degree of
Doctor of Medicine and is Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer in Orthopaedic Surgery at Oxford University. He is Head of Surgery at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre.
Simon Thomas is a Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Bristol Royal Children's Hospital and Honorary Consultant at the Royal United Hospital, Bath, positions he has held since late 2007. His main clinical interests are developmental hip dysplasia, limb deformity and sports injuries in children. His major research interest is the use of systemic and intraosseus bisphosphonate for avascular necrosis of the femoral head in children and adolescents. He graduated in Medicine in 1992
from the University of the Cambridge and did clinical training at Barts, qualifying in 1995. He specialised in Orthopaedic Surgery in Oxford (2000-2005). In 2005/6 he undertook 12 months advanced clinical training at the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto. He has undertaken further fellowship training
in Oxford (limb reconstruction) and Perth, Australia (adolescent sports medicine).
Alex Gibson was educated in Canterbury, then studied medicine at Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School in London, qualifying MB BS in 1996. After pre-registration jobs, his basic surgical training was on the St. Mary's rotation and orthopaedic specialist training in Oxford. He has also had periods of advanced fellowship training in Spinal surgery in Oxford, Auckland and Brisbane. He was appointed Consultant Spinal Surgeon at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore in 2009.