Current Progress in Orthopedics 1
It is said that the only constant in the world is change. Orthopedics with its empirical origins is fast becoming more of an exact science day by day. Newer knowledge has created an unprecedented expansion of its boundaries and it is time we took stock of newer knowledge generated by observation, research, and evidence. With this as a central idea, the Editors place this book in your hands. Eminent authors working on the forefront of this specialty have graciously contributed and their offerings will go a long way in alleviating human misery and raising the standards of care.
International cooperation and collaboration can strengthen Orthopedics as reflected in the diverse background and geographical location of the editors of this book. A truly international body like SICOT (International Society of Orthopaedic Surgery and Trau matology) has helped us come together and collaborate on this important work. We hope to strengthen this friendship in times to come and would continue to work together to bring many more volumes in this series in the coming years.
Current Progress in Orthopedics 2
This textbook represents the second text from the Editors who have invited a panel of distinguished authors with international reputations to present the current state of the art in orthopaedic surgery.
There is more awareness of musculoskeletal disease as a cause of disability in every country and as governments and non-governmental organizations move to address this problem there is increasing recognition of the importance of orthopaedic surgery in dealing with musculoskeletal disease.
The entire spectrum from congenital abnormalities through paediatric musculoskeletal illnesses, trauma, sports and degenerative diseases have been covered in this volume.
This is the companion volume to the first published two years ago and we anticipate further volumes in the future as we attempt to address the ever expanding role of orthopaedic surgery in modern healthcare.
Gopalan's Evidence Based Orthopaedic Principles - A SICOT India Initiative
Evidence Based Orthopaedic Principles is published under the SICOT India Initiative. It caters to students preparing for the DNB Orthopaedics, MS Ortho, FRCS(Tr and Orth) and American Board of Surgery Exams.
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Early Onset Scoliosis
This book follows a context-based approach to management of early-onset scoliosis (EOS) in countries with limited resources in education, finance, and research. Due to the great variety in etiology, onset age, progression rate, and severity associated with EOS, it calls for a unique treatment plan. This book enumerates the optimal provision of surgical and non-surgical services, from education/training of local surgeons, to effective teamwork, to implementing an effective data collection system; helping the surgeon to gain a hands-on experience. It also illustrates the successful execution of deformity correction using real life experiences from countries in Asia, Africa, and Latin America.
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