Surgical Treatment: Evidence-Based and Problem-Oriented
by Rene G. Holzheimer, John A. Mannick
Publisher: Zuckschwerdt Publishers 2001
Number of pages: 868
The book is based upon a concept that the quality of the evidence upon which currently accepted clinical practice is based needs to be assessed frankly and taken into account when recommendations for patient treatment are made. This volume supplements standard textbooks of surgery, it includes most aspects of general surgery in the United States and a number of other countries.
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