This comprehensive book covers all areas of prosthetic
surgery, from surgical steps for procedures to following up with patients who
are being considered for or have undergone prosthetic surgery. The authors
provide a thorough background of the different types of prostheses and stents,
allowing the reader to get the most up-to-date information about the materials
used to manufacture the devices. Developments in the field of prostheses,
infections and antibiotic coatings are covered in the chapters, as well as
research on biofilms.
Prosthetic Surgery in Urology is a timely reference
book for both trainees and established urological surgeons. Professionals
interested in expanding their clinical practice will find this book to be an
essential resource for developing knowledge and skills in this area.