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Complications after Gastrointestinal Surgery
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Gastrointestinal surgery is performed for a range of benign and malignant diseases in both elective and emergency settings. However, many of these operations are followed by complications, which need early detection so that they can be managed in a way that is rational, evidence-based and makes the best use of the available local resources.

Complications after Gastrointestinal Surgery is an up-to-date and comprehensive reference book for practicing and aspiring gastrointestinal and general surgeons as well as for trainees and assistants. With contributions from more than 90 experts from 15 different countries, it offers a systematic description of the general aspects of surgical complications. It discusses institutional issues such as managing complications in limited-resource settings and the impact of centralisation and
checklists. It also describes the ways to deal with specific post-surgery problems pertaining to different organs such as the oesophagus, the small and large intestines, pancreas and liver.


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ISBN-13: 9780199475186
Publisher: Oxford University Press (OUP India)
Publication date: June, 2017
Pages: 418
Weight: 1374g
Availability: Available
Subcategories: Gastroenterology, Gastrointestinal/colorectal, General
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Complications after surgery occur even among the best and most experienced surgeons in the world. This hardcover textbook provides an exhaustive review of the complications in abdominal surgery, including strategies to avoid these complications and ways to manage those that are unavoidable. It also provides the reader with a framework for reading the surgical literature in regards to, grading systems for complications and outcomes research. It will serve well as a text for fourth-year medical students and interns and as a primer to more in-depth reading of selected topics for upper-level residents and junior attending. Senior surgeons sitting for their recertification examinations will also benefit. This hardcover textbook is worth the investment, as it can be used at all levels of training and is a good starting point for further reading on selected topics.