ACS Surgery: Principles & Practice 2005 edition by Wiley W. Souba; Mitchell P. Fink; Gregory J. Jurkovich;

By Wiley W. Souba; Mitchell P. Fink; Gregory J. Jurkovich; Larry R. Kaiser; William H. Pearce; John H. Pemberton; Nathaniel J. Soper

Annual complete source for surgeons offers the data wanted for continuous ability refinement and to accomplish key strategies extra successfully. up-to-date variation contains an multiplied decrease gastrointestinal (GI) part. textual content with CD-ROM additionally to be had. DNLM: surgeries, Operative--methods.

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It is advisable to start by assembling a team whose members represent all the possible components. Being inclusive rather than exclusive minimizes the chances of missing latent errors; it also, at least potentially, maximizes the number of possible solutions. The next step is to determine the appropriate data source.

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