Disorders of the Hand describes the techniques for diagnosis applicable to the various disorders of the hand and how evidence based findings influence clinical practice. Treatment options including surgery are discussed in detail and clinical pearls are given in every chapter. Hand injuries are comprehensively covered in this first of four volumes, while hand reconstruction, nerve compression, inflammation and arthritis, swelling and tumours, congenital hand defects and surgical techniques are included in the book's three sister volumes.Commence oral modified release tramadol 50 mg twice a day increased slowly to an effective dose not exceeding 400 ... be considered including 5% lidocaine plasters (versatisAr), topical 8% capsaicin patches (qutenzaAr) and oral ketamine.
|Title||:||Disorders of the Hand|
|Author||:||Ian A. Trail, Andrew Fleming|
|Publisher||:||Springer - 2014-12-04|