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Our selection of books on medical specialties aims to be accessible to all and as complete as possible to meet the research needs of our community. On this occasion, we would like to present you our collection of books on traumatology in PDF format. Like many other medical specialties, traumatology has had a remarkable evolution in the last centuries and aims to create wellness in the human musculoskeletal system.

Already in ancient Greece, Hippocrates had published some important documents on this subject, such as the “Treatise on joints” and the “Treatise on fractures”, where he described techniques to alleviate bone and joint conditions. He spoke of splints to immobilize fractured limbs, traction techniques and reduction of dislocation. Then came the creation of the cast and many other advances that now include high technology. Find out more about this medical specialty with our books on traumatology.

Traumatology is the medical specialty concerned with the study, treatment, healing and prevention of trauma and injury to the body’s musculoskeletal system (bones, tendons, ligaments, muscles and other tissues). The specialty of traumatology is trauma (fractures, sprains, strains, tears, dislocations, ligament and tendon injuries), but it can also study aspects related to congenital or acquired deformities, usually in childhood.

Trauma may require non-invasive treatments, such as immobilization with casts, splints or bandages. However, they may also involve surgery or surgical interventions requiring the installation of screws and other materials. Physicians who work in this branch of medicine are called traumatologists and are surgeons.

There is a subspecialty called sports traumatology that deals with everything related to injuries and trauma in high-level athletes. We hope you enjoy every title in our collection of more than 15 traumatology books in PDF format available right now for download.

Here we present our complete selection of Traumatology books:

Traumatology and Orthopaedics Manual for students and practical doctors

Department of Traumatology and Orthopedics of the National Medical University

Guidelines for Essential Trauma Care

World Health Organization

Basic Trauma, Anesthesia and Surgical Skills for Frontline Health Providers (Presentation)

World Health Organization

Basic Approach to Head CT Interpretation (Presentation)

David Zimmerman, M.D.

Getting it Right in Orthopaedics

Getting It Right First Time

Orthopaedic Nursing 101 (Presentation)

Lacey Roberts, RN.

Traction, Then and Now (Presentation)

Fran Pearce

Introduction to Orthopaedic Trauma for OR Staff (Presentation)

Eddie Hasty, Daniel Carpenter

Trauma Book 2012

Thomas Duncan, Javier Romero

First aid to the injured

Mihajlo Lojpur

Fractures (complex): Assessment and Management

The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence

How to read x-rays?

AO Trauma

Trauma Assessment: Primary Secondary Tertiary It’s as Easy as ABC (Presentation)

Pete Benolken, Kelly Simon

Basic Plaster and Splinting – Upper Limbs

Emergency Medicine Guidelines

Splinting and Casting (Presentation)

Kevin E. Moore, PA-C

Pelvic Trauma: WSES Classification and Guidelines

Federico Coccolini, Philip F. Stahel, Giulia Montori

Wound and Fracture

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

How SARS-CoV-2 Pandemic Changed Traumatology and Hospital Setting: An Analysis of 498 Fractured Patients (Article)

Marco Brayda-Bruno, Riccardo Giorgino, Enrico Gallazzi

Trauma/Bandaging – The Emergency Bandage (Article)

Clinical Quality & Patient Safety Unit, QAS

Ballistic Trauma of Limbs (Article)

Léopold Lamah, Damany Keita, Ibrahima Marie Camara

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