Sports Medicine: Just the Facts

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Francis G. O'Connor
McGraw-Hill, Medical Pub. Division, 2005 - 627 страница
Easy access to concise, authoritative answers on the comprehensive range of health issues sports clinicians confront. Perfect as a desk reference or quick review for certification exams, this manual gives readers quick solutions to diagnostic and treatment questions, an abundance of useful tables and charts, emergency-care procedures, plus incisive strategies for keeping athletes healthy.

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Ethical Considerations in Sports Medicine
4
FieldSide Emergencies
19
Basics in Exercise Physiology
34
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Dr. O’Connor is the author of THE TEXTBOOK OF RUNNING MEDICINE, a McGraw-Hill book. He is director of the primary care sports medicine Army/ Navy/ Air Force/Coast Guard combined fellowship program and he is on the editorial board and is a frequent contributor to The Physician and Sports Medicine.

Dr. Sallis is a noted leader in primary care and sports medicine. He is on numerous editorial boards including The Physician and Sports Medicine, Sports Medicine Reports and Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. He is on the Publications Committee, American College of Sports Medicine, Course Co-Chairman, ACSM’s Team Physician Course and he is on the Sports Medicine Review Board for the Gatorade Sports Science Institute. Dr. Sallis has worked closely with Mosby on several publications for ACSM.

Dr. Wilder is a physiatrist and is the co-author of THE TEXTBOOK OF SPORTS MEDICINE. He is active in the running community

Dr. Pierre is an orthopaedic surgeon and will bring his expertise as a surgeon to the book. He a fellow of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, the American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine, and the Arthroscopy Association of North America.

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