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A new book has been published in the topic of Emergency Urology.
Written by: David Thurtle BMedSci BMBS MRCS, Suzanne Biers BSc MBBS MD FRCS (Urol), Michal Sut Lek Med MMedSci FRCS (Urol), James Armitage BSc MBBS MD FRCS (Urol)
Urology is a specialty that notoriously receives little attention in medical school, yet it makes up a sizeable portion of the workload in emergency departments, primary care and hospital wards. Emergency urology conditions can often be managed without the immediate involvement of a urology specialist, but require the appropriate knowledge and skills, which is the principal aim of this textbook.
Emergency urology is often covered very superficially alongside general surgery or in excessive detail within voluminous urology textbooks. This book is different: it consists of concise, well-structured chapters, with an accessible and easily digestible style. The content is clinically-based and is illustrated with radiological and clinical images to highlight and concisely convey essential information. Each topic and chapter has been written by an expert on that subject.
This book will appeal to all doctors, including those rotating through surgical and emergency medicine specialties, and those clinicians approaching professional examinations worldwide. Medical students on urology or emergency medicine placements, who are studying for their exams, will also find it invaluable. In addition, primary care doctors and nurses in urology, surgery, emergency medicine and other specialties may also appreciate the clinically relevant content of this book.
The authors are all dedicated to education and training, have published extensively, and have years of experience running successful emergency urology courses.
Paperback: £29.99; USD $49.95; EUR Î40; 196pp; ISBN: 978 1910079 42 3
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