Piers Page and Greg Skinner (eds)
This reference aims to give the junior doctor the confidence to recognise these and manage emergencies. It is concise, didactic and an excellent complement to the Oxford Handbook of Clinical Medicine.
Chris Callaghan, J. Andrew Bradley, and Christopher Watson (eds)
Stuart Crisp and Jo Rainbow (eds)
David Currow and Katherine Clark
Nev Davies, Will Jackson, Andrew Price, Jonathan Rees, and Chris Lavy
Rajesh Nair and David J. Holroyd (eds)
This valuable tool, written by experts, offers practical guidance in the principles of consent, alongside procedure-specific information on risks and benefits
Graham MacKay, Richard Molloy, and Patrick O'Dwyer (eds)
Critiquing key papers in the field, Landmark Papers in General Surgery gives surgeons and trainees an expert appraisal and contextual discussion of the evidence base behind current clinical practice.
John B. Mulliken, Patricia E. Burrows, and Steven J. Fishman (eds)
Sam Chong, Roman Cregg, and Andrew Souter (eds)
This resource summarises the current literature on management of back pain and provides evidence-based, practical guidelines for clinicians.