Global Hand Surgery: Learning and Contributing in Low- and Middle-Income Countries

By Kevin C. Chung.,
University of Michigan Medical School.,
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This issue of Hand Clinics, guest edited by series consulting editor Dr. Kevin Chung, will cover Global Hand Surgery, with a focus on learning and contributing in the developing world. Topics discussed in the volume include: Economic Evaluations of Hand Surgery in the Developing World, Developing a Sustaining Program of Surgery Care in the Developing World, Overcoming Barriers to Hand Surgical Care in Low-Resource Settings, Postoperative Management for Hand Surgery in the Developing World, Interdisciplinary Teams and Global Hand Surgery, Guidelines for Ideal Short-Term Hand Surgery Outreach Trips, Cultural Sensitivity and Surgical Outreach, Treating Upper Extremity Burns in the Developing World, Treating Congenital Hand Anomalies in Low-Resource Settings, Treating Hand Traumas in Low-Resource Setting, Ethics in Global Hand Surgery, Hand Surgery in Underserved Populations in the United States, and Initiatives and Future Directions, among others. 
ISBN 9780323709002
Author Information By Kevin C. Chung.,
University of Michigan Medical School.,
Publication Date 03-10-2019
Stock Status In Stock

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