Minimally Invasive Percutaneous Spinal Techniques, by Daniel H. Kim, MD, FACS, Kyung Hoon Kim, MD, and Yong Chul Kim, MD, helps you apply methods of spinal pain relief that involve less risk and shorter recovery times. Focusing on the broad appeal of this goal for you and your patients, this volume will help surgeons and specialists in various areas of pain management provide less invasive alternatives and faster recovery procedures for those suffering with spinal injuries. Step-by-step techniques are well-illustrated in the book and demonstrated extensively on DVD and online.
- Get accurate, step-by-step guidance by reviewing full-color, richly illustrated descriptions of various techniques.
- Make the most of extensive surgical videos demonstrating many of the procedures from the book on expertconsult.com and on DVD.
- Reduce the risk associated with invasive spinal procedures by considering new perspectives on pain management techniques that can be used by specialists from various disciplines.
- Address the growing need for less invasive surgeries with shorter recovery times among a large and aging population with musculoskeletal problems.
|作者資訊||By Daniel H. Kim, MD, FACS, Professor, Director of Spinal Neurosurgery and Reconstructive Peripheral Nerve Surgery, Department of Neurosurgery, Baylor College of Medicine, Houston, TX|
|已刊登評論||"This is a pretty exhaustive book, with 38 chapters over roughly 500 pages. Initial chapters cover anatomy, pathology, and radiology of the spine and discs. The next series of chapters describe fluoroscopic guided procedures from the cervical spine to the sacrum, and include spinal cord stimulation, intrathecal pump placement, different disc injection therapies, and vertebral augmentation techniques. The concluding chapters consider surgical procedures for discectomy and the fusion of the spine. Chapters are concise, nicely illustrated, and organized in an easy to follow format of bulleted lists with lots of tables. The procedures are described thoroughly and cover all aspects including the purpose of the injections, contraindications, complications, preprocedural evaluation, and instruments required to perform the block. The best part is the detailed discussion of anatomy as it relates to the procedure. Fluoro images guide readers to the proper final needle position. This is a very nice attempt to compile a book on pain procedures and is a unique combination of surgical and injection techniques. The detailed anatomical considerations that accompany every injection technique are the best part of the book." - Tariq Malik, MD (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine) Doody Review Services|
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