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Book review: Emergency Care of Minor Trauma in Children

This book covers all the important topics encountered in minor trauma in children, from head injuries to foot injuries.
Emergency Care of Minor Trauma in Children

Emergency Care of Minor Trauma in Children

Ffion Davies, Colin E Bruce and Kate Taylor-Robinson | CRC Press | £30.99 | 219pp | ISBN: 9781498787710

I jumped at the opportunity to review this book because, like many clinicians who treat adults, I assumed seeing and treating children would be more complicated.

This book, now in its third edition, goes a long way to addressing this assumption, at least with regard to minor trauma care.

Written by senior clinicians, it discusses assessment, investigation and treatment options based not only on current evidence but also on past clinical experience.

The book covers all the important topics encountered in practice, from head injuries to foot injuries and everything between.

One especially useful section concerns practical procedures and regional blocks for dealing with injuries such as wounds, fractures and dislocations.

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