Trauma, Repair and Recovery introduces the science of how the human body responds to trauma. The incidence of traumatic injury at a global level is considered, before using case studies to illustrate the nature of damage and repair and its impact on the people affected.repair itself means that there is little else that can be done except immobilise and let nature take its course. 5.4 Muscle repair Muscle can be damaged by traumatic injury in a number of ways: in particular, by being cut, torn or crushed (Box 5.3).
|Title||:||Trauma, Repair and Recovery|
|Publisher||:||OUP Oxford - 2008-01-31|