More than 20,000 spinal operations are carried out in the UK each year, and it is inevitable and unfortunate that mistakes will occasionally be made. Only careful attention to detail in the pre-operative assessment, meticulous surgical care and supervised post-operative management will ensure consistently good results. This book illustrates the difference between the occasional inevitable complication that can occur in expert hands and avoidable mistakes.
Author: R. W. Porter ISBN: 9781859961261 Pages: 200 Format: PDF Size: 28.69 Mb
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