Chapter 18: Orthopaedic trauma

January 2002
Surgical Care at the District Hospital;1/1/2002, p18
Book Chapter
Chapter 18 of the book "Surgical Care at the District Hospital" is presented. It explores the correct procedures in the management of orthopedic trauma. Included procedures are for clavicle fractures, acromial-clavicular joint separation and humeral shaft fractures. The management of fracture among children was also discussed.


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