Item description for Orthopedic Principles - A Resident's Guide by David Ip...
The scope of orthopedic knowledge has expanded to such a degree that it has become increasingly difficult to maintain a fundamental grasp of the required knowledge base. This is compounded by the time constraints on adult learning, with the student or practitioner faced with ever-increasing demands on their time. This text is a much needed resource of orthopedic knowledge, which will prove useful not only to those in training but also to those faced by the ever-increasing demands of certification and recertification examinations. Well illustrated and organized into eight chapters extending from basic science to every specialty of orthopedic surgery (such as hand, foot and ankle, sports medicine, and spine) and put forward in outline form, the reader will find it easy to locate information on a specific subject for direct patient care, conferences or rounds, or examination review. Alternatively, the organization of each chapter facilitates an overall review of the subject matter. By virtue of its succinct style of presentation, this text will prove exceedingly useful to students and practitioners throughout the world.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 7.5" Width: 4.8" Height: 1" Weight: 0.9 lbs.
Release Date Apr 6, 2005
ISBN 3540232591 ISBN13 9783540232599
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More About David Ip
Dr. David Ip is a fellow of various professional organizations including the Royal College of Surgeons and the Hong Kong College of Orthopedic Surgeons, a member of the American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons, and the winner of multiple international awards including the World Lifetime Achievement Award, Man of the Year Award, 21st Century Award for Achievement.
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Nice Work Feb 19, 2006
I am a practicing orthopod and my son just entered the orthpedic residency programme, I found the book provides good ground work on different specialties of orthopedics, the flow of thoughts are logical, and coherent throughout the text unlike multi-authored textbooks which are so very abundant on the market. I highly recommend this pocket sized handy book to almost anyone who really loves orthopedics
Good guide for doctors in general practice Nov 20, 2005
I run a busy private clinic in general practice, and frequently encounter orthopaedic problems I find this pocket guide of immense use and clarifies many concepts I never understood when they taught me orthopaedics before I graduate from medical school It is consise and precise and very handy, easy to read.
A magnificent book Nov 9, 2005
Frankly I seldom found reading textbook interesting, and I fancy reading novels all my life But I found this book help stimulate one's interest in orthopaedics. I think it is useful not only to orthopedist, but to physiotherapist like myself. It helps me to understand the prescriptions made by the surgeons and the underlying rationale, Good Buy
Orthopaedic Principles A Resident's Guide Nov 7, 2005
Concise & Precise, to the point speaks it all Concepts based on literature & evidence Easy to carry Helped my preparation for journal clubs and senior rounds besides exams Can't afford not to have a copy
Best Buy I've seen so far Oct 20, 2005
This pocket book cut the story short Keeps to the point Time spent on it not wasted Value for money