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The Resource Handbook of polytrauma care and rehabilitation, David X. Cifu, chairman and Herman J. Flax M.D. professor, Department of PM & R, executive director, Center for Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, National Director for PM & R Services, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, Henry Lew, Department of PM & R Virginia Commonwealth University, National Consultan, t Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Richmond, VA

Handbook of polytrauma care and rehabilitation, David X. Cifu, chairman and Herman J. Flax M.D. professor, Department of PM & R, executive director, Center for Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, National Director for PM & R Services, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, Henry Lew, Department of PM & R Virginia Commonwealth University, National Consultan, t Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Richmond, VA

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Handbook of polytrauma care and rehabilitation
Title
Handbook of polytrauma care and rehabilitation
Statement of responsibility
David X. Cifu, chairman and Herman J. Flax M.D. professor, Department of PM & R, executive director, Center for Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, National Director for PM & R Services, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, Henry Lew, Department of PM & R Virginia Commonwealth University, National Consultan, t Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Richmond, VA
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Language
eng
Summary
Handbook of Polytrauma Care and Rehabilitation summarizes the most frequent medical and psychological problems encountered by these patients, and offers a roadmap on how to initiate and follow through the continuum of care necessary to achieving positive outcomes. Individual chapters focus on the myriad problems and conditions that polytrauma patients present with, including traumatic injuries (TBI, concussion, SCI, amputation, PTSD, etc.) and other medical and psychological issues such as pain, depression, headache, insomnia, fatigue, alcohol and substance abuse, dizziness, light sensitivity,
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N$T
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Cifu, David X
Dewey number
616.85/21
Index
index present
LC call number
RC552.P67
LC item number
C54 2014eb
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
NLM call number
  • 2013 J-681
  • WO 39
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Lew, Henry L.
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  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
  • Psychic trauma
  • Traumatic neuroses
  • Multiple Trauma
  • Stress Disorders, Post-Traumatic
  • Neurotic Disorders
  • Brain Injuries
  • HEALTH & FITNESS
  • MEDICAL
  • MEDICAL
  • MEDICAL
  • MEDICAL
  • Post-traumatic stress disorder
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Handbook of polytrauma care and rehabilitation, David X. Cifu, chairman and Herman J. Flax M.D. professor, Department of PM & R, executive director, Center for Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, National Director for PM & R Services, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, Henry Lew, Department of PM & R Virginia Commonwealth University, National Consultan, t Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Richmond, VA
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Publication
Note
Includes index
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unknown
Carrier category
online resource
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cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Reference; Part I: Polytrauma Basics; Chapter 1: What Is Polytrauma?; Chapter 2: Taking a History; Chapter 3: Performing a Physical Examination; Overview; Detailed Procedures in Performing a Physical Examination; Reference; Chapter 4: Ordering Tests; Neuroimaging; Neuropsychological Evaluation; Part II: Diagnosis and Management of Common Sequelae of Traumatic Brain Injury; Chapter 5: Focal Weakness and Hypotonia; Chapter 6: Spasticity; Chapter 7: Coordination and Balance Deficits; Chapter 8: Tremors; Chapter 9: Dysphagia; Chapter 10: Numbness
  • Chapter 11: PainChapter 12: Vision Deficits; Chapter 13: Hearing Deficits; Chapter 14: Cranial Nerve Deficits; Chapter 15: Aphasia; Chapter 16: Executive Function Deficits; Chapter 17: Akinetic Mutism and Locked-In Syndrome; Chapter 18: Posttraumatic Amnesia; Chapter 19: Perceptual Deficits; Chapter 20: Neglect; Chapter 21: Agitation, Irritability, and Emotional Lability; Chapter 22: Depression; Chapter 23: Hypoarousal; Chapter 24: Sexual Dysfunction; Chapter 25: Neurogenic Bladder; Chapter 26: Neurogenic Bowel; Chapter 27: Postconcussive Syndrome
  • Chapter 28: Postdeployment Syndrome in Combat-Related TBIChapter 29: Headaches; Chapter 30: Insomnia; Chapter 31: Penetrating Brain Injuries; Chapter 32: Disorders of Consciousness; Chapter 33: Posttraumatic Seizures; Chapter 34: Craniotomy/Craniectomy/Cranioplasty; Chapter 35: Hydrocephalus; Chapter 36: Neuroendocrinologic Abnormalities; Chapter 37: Geriatric and Aging Issues; Chapter 38: Dementia and Brain Injury; Chapter 39: Disability Determination and Medico-Legal Issues; Chapter 40: Return to Driving; Chapter 41: Return to Sports; Chapter 42: Return to Work
  • Part III: Diagnosis and Management of Common Sequelae of Polytrauma With TBI and Amputation, Burns, or Spinal Cord InjuryChapter 43: Dual Disability-TBI With SCI, Amputation, or Burns; Chapter 44: Amputation Care and Prosthetic Fitting; Chapter 45: Spinal Cord Injury; Chapter 46: Burns; Chapter 47: Deep Venous Thrombosis; Chapter 48: Heterotopic Ossification; Chapter 49: Contractures; Chapter 50: Pressure Ulcers; Part IV: Appendices; Ten Essential Assessments; 1. Assessment of Agitation; 2. Assessment of Amnesia, Orientation, Attention, Level of Consciousness, and Coma Recovery After TBI
  • 3. Assessment of Balance4. Assessment of Bowel and Bladder Function; 5. Assessment of Concussion and Postconcussion Symptoms (PCS); 6. Assessment of Cognition; 7. Assessment of Dizziness and Vertigo; 8. Assessment of Sleep; 9. Assessment of Smell; 10. Assessment of Tinnitus; Three Essential Medical Treatments; 1. Medical Treatment of Agitation; 2. Medical Treatment of Depression; 3. Medical Treatment of Spasticity; Index
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857769860
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1 online resource
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online
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9781617051005
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rdamedia
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not applicable
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(OCoLC)857769860
Label
Handbook of polytrauma care and rehabilitation, David X. Cifu, chairman and Herman J. Flax M.D. professor, Department of PM & R, executive director, Center for Rehabilitation Sciences and Engineering, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, Virginia, National Director for PM & R Services, U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs, Washington, DC, Henry Lew, Department of PM & R Virginia Commonwealth University, National Consultan, t Defense and Veterans Brain Injury Center, Richmond, VA
Publication
Note
Includes index
Antecedent source
unknown
Carrier category
online resource
Carrier category code
cr
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Color
multicolored
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Cover; Title; Copyright; Contents; Preface; Reference; Part I: Polytrauma Basics; Chapter 1: What Is Polytrauma?; Chapter 2: Taking a History; Chapter 3: Performing a Physical Examination; Overview; Detailed Procedures in Performing a Physical Examination; Reference; Chapter 4: Ordering Tests; Neuroimaging; Neuropsychological Evaluation; Part II: Diagnosis and Management of Common Sequelae of Traumatic Brain Injury; Chapter 5: Focal Weakness and Hypotonia; Chapter 6: Spasticity; Chapter 7: Coordination and Balance Deficits; Chapter 8: Tremors; Chapter 9: Dysphagia; Chapter 10: Numbness
  • Chapter 11: PainChapter 12: Vision Deficits; Chapter 13: Hearing Deficits; Chapter 14: Cranial Nerve Deficits; Chapter 15: Aphasia; Chapter 16: Executive Function Deficits; Chapter 17: Akinetic Mutism and Locked-In Syndrome; Chapter 18: Posttraumatic Amnesia; Chapter 19: Perceptual Deficits; Chapter 20: Neglect; Chapter 21: Agitation, Irritability, and Emotional Lability; Chapter 22: Depression; Chapter 23: Hypoarousal; Chapter 24: Sexual Dysfunction; Chapter 25: Neurogenic Bladder; Chapter 26: Neurogenic Bowel; Chapter 27: Postconcussive Syndrome
  • Chapter 28: Postdeployment Syndrome in Combat-Related TBIChapter 29: Headaches; Chapter 30: Insomnia; Chapter 31: Penetrating Brain Injuries; Chapter 32: Disorders of Consciousness; Chapter 33: Posttraumatic Seizures; Chapter 34: Craniotomy/Craniectomy/Cranioplasty; Chapter 35: Hydrocephalus; Chapter 36: Neuroendocrinologic Abnormalities; Chapter 37: Geriatric and Aging Issues; Chapter 38: Dementia and Brain Injury; Chapter 39: Disability Determination and Medico-Legal Issues; Chapter 40: Return to Driving; Chapter 41: Return to Sports; Chapter 42: Return to Work
  • Part III: Diagnosis and Management of Common Sequelae of Polytrauma With TBI and Amputation, Burns, or Spinal Cord InjuryChapter 43: Dual Disability-TBI With SCI, Amputation, or Burns; Chapter 44: Amputation Care and Prosthetic Fitting; Chapter 45: Spinal Cord Injury; Chapter 46: Burns; Chapter 47: Deep Venous Thrombosis; Chapter 48: Heterotopic Ossification; Chapter 49: Contractures; Chapter 50: Pressure Ulcers; Part IV: Appendices; Ten Essential Assessments; 1. Assessment of Agitation; 2. Assessment of Amnesia, Orientation, Attention, Level of Consciousness, and Coma Recovery After TBI
  • 3. Assessment of Balance4. Assessment of Bowel and Bladder Function; 5. Assessment of Concussion and Postconcussion Symptoms (PCS); 6. Assessment of Cognition; 7. Assessment of Dizziness and Vertigo; 8. Assessment of Sleep; 9. Assessment of Smell; 10. Assessment of Tinnitus; Three Essential Medical Treatments; 1. Medical Treatment of Agitation; 2. Medical Treatment of Depression; 3. Medical Treatment of Spasticity; Index
Control code
857769860
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
1 online resource
File format
unknown
Form of item
online
Isbn
9781617051005
Level of compression
unknown
Media category
computer
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
c
Quality assurance targets
not applicable
Reformatting quality
unknown
Sound
unknown sound
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)857769860

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