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Sm. 8vo. vii, 130 pp. 41 figs., index. Gray cloth. Fine. Le Quesne "began this work in the 1960s, when surgeons were more concerned with techniques than outcomes. As Professor of Surgery at the Middlesex Hospital, Le Quesne found that surgeons too often declared operations to have been a great success (from a technical point of view), only for the patient to die. Determined to address this contradiction, Le Quesne decided to investigate other factors that might affect survival rates. Nutritional fitness for surgery, and the body's response to the surgical onslaught, for example, had hardly been addressed." â€“ The Telegraph, Professor Leslie Le Quesne, 22 Sep 2011.
Title: Fluid Balance in Surgical Practice.
Publisher: Chicago:, Year Book, 1954.: 1954
lbs: 3.00 lbs
Seller ID: RB1078