Chapter 5: Basic surgical procedures

January 2002
Surgical Care at the District Hospital;1/1/2002, p5
Book Chapter
Chapter 5 of the book "Surgical Care at the District Hospital" is presented. It examines several surgical procedures such as for wound management and specific laceration and burns. Blood vessels, nerves and tendons, facial and tendon lacerations were among the types discussed. Management of cellulitis and abscesses were also discussed.


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