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Latest Book Reviews in General including hernia, trauma and critical care

The Fellowship of Women: Two Hundred Surgical Lives

  • Author: Margaret Ghilchik
  • This fascinating book was launched at the Women in Surgery (WinS) meeting of the Royal College of Surgeons on the 4th of Nov 2011 to commemorate the 100 years of the first woman surgeon that was allowed to take the exams and be admitted as a Continue reading...

  • Reviewed By Dr Evi Kalodiki MD BA DIC PhD FRCS - Imperial College, London on Dec 31, 2011
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Consent in Surgery: a Practical Guide

  • Author: Roba Khundkar, Samantha De Silva and Rajat Chowdhury
  • This book is aimed at surgical trainees and addresses the legal issues of consent and common procedures throughout a range of specialties.

    Consent in surgery is often poorly covered in medical schools focussing Continue reading...

  • Reviewed By Dr Andrew Senior BSc, MSc, MBChB - Royal Shrewsbury Hospital, FY1 Urology/ENT/Cardiology on Jun 06, 2011
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Fundamentals of Surgical Practice: A Preparation Guide for the Intercollegiate MRCS Examination

  • Author: Andrew Kingsnorth, Douglas Bowley
  • This book is aimed at those in the early stages of their surgical career. It covers key topics in clinical surgery and basic sciences, including critical care, pharmacology and pathology and is based upon the curriculum for the intercollegiate Continue reading...

  • Reviewed By Prem Chana, Core Trainee and Anne Pullyblank, Colorectal Consultant - North Bristol NHS Trust on Aug 22, 2011
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