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Publisher Description

Prevention & Management of Laparoendoscopic Surgical Complications 4.0 (PM4.0) is one of first interactive medical textbooks on the new Apple eBook interactive format for your iPad. This all-new 4th Edition, PM4.0, not only keeps up with the frenetic pace of postgraduate learning and information for Surgeons, Gynecologists, EndoUrologists, and others, but also advances understanding in how we learn and the use of Web-based technologies.
PM4.0 contains 73 by 103 distinguished authors plus three forewords from luminaries in Gynecology (Victor Gomel), General Surgery (Sir Alfred Cuschieri) and EndoUrology (Elspeth McDougall); three specialties which are closely related in similarity of techniques and treatments and which share an important need to understand how each other approaches MIS. Previous versions of this book have quickly become the most referred to source of learning for MIS Surgeons in multiple specialties worldwide and has ushered in a new era for how we learn and keep up with post-graduate education for physicians.

GENRE
Professional & Technical
RELEASED
2012
August 10
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
1562
Pages
PUBLISHER
SLS, Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons
SELLER
Society of Laparoendoscopic Surgeons Inc
SIZE
679.7
MB

Customer Reviews

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Hard to find something, important chapter missing

The first thing I looked for is not even in the e-book - and it happens to be probably the most important procedure in laparoscopy (or at least the one that consecrated laparoscopy as the alternative to open surgery): laparoscopic cholecystectomy. I don't think this is excusable, as it is THE PROCEDURE that hurts us most when it comes to its complications. Not to have it in a book called P & M of laparoendoscopic complications is an unbelievable blunder. I tried to go to the society's website to put this comment there and, guess what? No place for corresponding with the authors....

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