Bedside Clinics in Surgery by Makhan Lal Saha

By Makhan Lal Saha

Lengthy and brief situations, Surgical difficulties, X-rays, Surgical Pathology, Preoperative arrangements, Minor surgeries, tools, Operative surgical procedure & Surgical Anatomy

This moment version brings trainees totally modern with the most recent advances more often than not surgical procedure. each one part has been totally revised and covers a variety of issues inside of each one area of expertise. the recent version gains an extra part on surgical anatomy and a longer part on operative surgical procedure. greater than 800 medical photos, X-rays, diagrams and figures improve studying. color photos illustrate scientific indicators and tools for laparoscopic surgical procedure, with schematic diagrams utilized in the 1st variation, now changed through images. Key issues * moment version providing fresh advances as a rule surgical procedure * totally revised with addition of 2 new sections * comprises greater than 800 scientific images and diagrams * earlier variation released in 2004

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70: cares for self; unable to carry on normal activity or to do active work. − 60: Requires occasional assistance, but is able to care for most of his personal needs. − 50: Requires considerable assistance and frequent medical care. • Unable to care for self; requires equivalent of institutional or hospital care; disease may be progressing rapidly (40–0). − 40: Disabled; requires special care and assistance. − 30: Severely disabled; hospital admission is indicated although death not imminent.

P t t h p . iv p F. DIFFERENTIAL DIAGNOSIS Write few relevant differential diagnoses. in list of differential diagnosis the more probable diagnosis should be written before the rare diagnosis. in a long case examination: examiner usually asks what is your case? Then you should mention the summary of the patient and end up by giving the provisional diagnosis. „ „ if the examiner asks you what is your diagnosis. Then straightway give a complete diagnosis. Chapter 1 Introduction CLINICAL QUESTIONS ON GENERAL SURVEY What are symptoms and signs?

I s s In female patients: Menstrual history • Age of menarche • cycle • Duration of period • Amount of blood loss (assessed by number of pads used or if there is history of passage of clots) • Last menstrual period (mention the date) • in postmenopausal woman mention the time (months/years) of menopause „ obstetrical history • number of pregnancies (Mention as P*+*) • number of abortions • number of live births: (i) Male and (ii) female • Mode of delivery • Last child birth • Any complications following childbirth.

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