|Statement||by Max Thorek; complete in three volumes with 2174 illustrations, originals principally by W. C. Shepard; with a foreword by Donald C. Balfour.|
|LC Classifications||RD32 .T43|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||39001009|
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Thorek, Max, Modern surgical technic. Philadelphia: Lippincott, © (OCoLC) Document Type. Modern Surgical Technic (Volume Two - Surgery of Nerves, Vessels, Bones & Surgery of Breast and Chest) by Max (With a Foreword By Donald C. Balfour) Thorek and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at Preview this book» What people are A Guide to Modern Surgical Technic Frederick Cook Warnshuis No preview available - Frederick Cook Warnshuis No preview available - Principles of Surgical Nursing: A Guide to Modern Surgical Technic Frederick Cook Warnshuis No preview available - . Principles of Surgical Nursing: A Guide to Modern Surgical Technic Frederick Cook Warnshuis Full view - Frederick Cook Warnshuis No preview available -
Full text of "Principles of surgical nursing: A Guide to Modern Surgical Technic" See other formats. Principles of surgical nursing: a guide to modern surgical technic. Author(s): Book (PDF) OCR (Text) Metadata (Dublin Core) Principles of surgical nursing: a guide to modern surgical technic. Author(s): Warnshuis, Frederick C. (Frederick Cook), , author. The first edition of this work was published in It has been printed eleven times since then; a special volume was prepared for our Armed Forces. A Spanish translation of the work appeared in and a Portugese translation in The book covers the entire field of operative surgery. It is. The author has attempted to impart briefly the essential, basic principles of surgical nursing, relying largely on illustrations to aid the concise statements in the text. The work is divided into nineteen chapters, beginning with the preparation of a room and its equipment in a private house.
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