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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Matthew Stephenson
  • ISBN:
    0470657448
  • ISBN13:
    978-0470657447
  • Genre:
  • Publisher:
    Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (September 13, 2011)
  • Pages:
    288 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine & Health Sciences
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  • Rating:
    4.3
  • Votes:
    121
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Matthew Stephenson, August 2011.

Matthew Stephenson, August 2011. A unique blend of integrated video and book content, How toOperate provides a comprehensive, multimedia training resourcefor medical students, junior doctors, MRCS candidates and surgeonsin training.

Unlike DVDs aimed at Higher Surgical Trainees, How to operate does not profess to show operations without . Overall, many surgical trainees at the core/senior house office/resident level will find greatly beneficial to their training.

Unlike DVDs aimed at Higher Surgical Trainees, How to operate does not profess to show operations without challenges. Rather, it tackles the realities of the situation that one is likely to encounter. This compendium is firmly based at the Core Surgical Trainee. Ed Fitzgerald MRCS, Specialist Registrar, General Surgery, The Royal Marsden Hospital, London). Sample video - view a sample operation from How To Operate.

45 How to Write the Operation Note

45 How to Write the Operation Note. Many have used Acland’s anatomy DVDs for MRCS revision, and although sub-specialist operative training DVDs do exist these are limited in scope and are prohibitively expensive. Similarly, the level of the accompanying book is no replacement for operative surgery bibles such as Farquharson’s or Kirk’s, but neither does it set out to be.

How to Operate: for MRCS. other surgical trainees is an exciting add-. aimed at higher surgical trainees, How to. candidates and other surgical trainees. ISBN: 978-0470657447. How to operate for MRCS candidates and. ition to the market for the junior surgical. operate does not profess to show opera-. tions without challenges.

A unique blend of integrated video and book content, How to Operate provides a comprehensive, interactive training resource for medical students, junior doctors, MRCS candidates and surgeons in training.

How to Operate MRCS Candidates Other Surgical Trainees DV.

How to Operate MRCS Candidates Other Surgical Trainees DVD. Uploaded: 2014-01-05 16:34:17 GM. A unique blend of integrated video and book content, How to Operate provides a comprehensive, multimedia training resource for medical students, junior doctors, MRCS candidates and surgeons in training. At key points during each procedure, the frame freezes so that anatomical structures and pathology are ‘drawn’ onto the frame for clarity and to reinforce learning.

trainees, includes 3 DVDs.

include rip of DVDs included with this book, these are operative videos in HD quality

include rip of DVDs included with this book, these are operative videos in HD quality.

Bibliographic Details. Title: How to Operate: for MRCS candidates and. Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell. Publication Date: 2011.

A unique blend of integrated video and book content, How toOperate provides a comprehensive, multimedia training resourcefor medical students, junior doctors, MRCS candidates and surgeonsin training.

The three DVDs present over 40 of the most common general,urological, ENT and orthopaedic surgical procedures, complete withstep-by-step commentary from experienced surgical consultants. Atkey points during each procedure, the frame freezes so thatanatomical structures and pathology are ‘drawn’ ontothe frame for clarity and to reinforce learning.

The 10 hours of video is supported by an accompanying bookcontaining an introduction to each procedure, a thoroughexplanation of the operation mirroring the video with relevantvideo stills, and bullet point summaries which can be used asOSCE-style checklists.

With a foreword by John Black, President of the Royal College ofSurgeons, How to Operate is a truly comprehensive learningresource for all budding surgeons. All you need to become a surgeonis here – scalpel not included!


Sudert
This excellent book and DVD package is reflective of how modern surgical training in general surgery should be - and usually isn't.

No pomp. No ceremony. No bunch of professors slapping each other on the back & out professing each other with academic detail you don't need to operate.

Just an excellent how-to manual for a surgical trainee in general surgery. Something you might read as you stroll in on call to do your first appendectomy, hernia or gastrectomy - and something you learn back to front for final general surgical training exams. 40+ operations - covering most of the biggies & the littlies - are presented clearly and in stepwise format - as you would do them in 2011.

It is in a detailed DVD and written format by a current trainee - and by his clear teaching surgeons.

I think a second edition should probably seek to expand the number of operations covered - particularly in the areas of HPB (especially lap chole & pancreatic surgery, bypasses etc and perhaps plastic surgery (tendon repairs, grafts) and neurosurgery (burr holes, ICM cather insertion), transplant (port insertion, removal) and urology (stones). But as it is - an excellent first edition - and I strongly recommend it to new trainees. Learn this well before Kirks or Chassins or anything else. In a word - Excellent.
lacki
I'm a new nurse to the operating room and this DVD set really helped me get a handle on the popular procedures and instruments. Also, the seller sent this set very quickly and I really appreciate that!
mIni-Like
Practical and great value for money!
Sironynyr
Great book ... As expected
I bought this book and DVD for my sister witch is a doctor ... I love the possibility to ship it out internationally by Amazon
Whitehammer
Thanks
Antuiserum
Great book.. Nicely illustrated vedios... Good for beginner and even for experienced surgeon to compare the techniques. Looking forward for similar sort of books with vedio in future.. If the discussion in books can be written in bullets marks or points wise will be even more vibrant
Tansino
makes basic operations look simple and clear,it includes some basic procedures in some subspecialities but it does not include ortho or neurosurgery.