This article focuses on the management of epilepsy in low- and middle-income countries and recommends a package of care - a combination of interventions aimed at improving the recognition and management of conditions to achieve optimal outcomes - for epilepsy, that is sustainable
"In this paper, the common surgical procedures (of neuropathic conditions of the hand) are discussed. The procedures for uncomplicated neurologically impaired hand with paralysis of ulnar, median or radial nerve paralysis will be discussed first, followed by surgical interventions for the impairments that may have developed secondary to the paralysis or the surgery. Recommendations for best practice and further research will be given"
Leprosy Review, Vol 77, Issue 4
"This book is designed for those with some training in reconstructive surgery for peripheral neuropathies, but who have not been exposed to all of the procedures presently available...In this field it is absolutely essential that the surgeon works closely with a therapist able to educate the patient following reconstructive surgical procedures. As such the book is also designed for therapists, with chapters covering the principles and techniques of pre- and postoperative therapy for neuropathic limbs. The book also contains sections on orthopaedic appliances and prosthesis, but only in sufficient detail to allow the surgeon to have a reasonable understanding of how to choose an appropriate orthosis/ prosthesis and what can be expected of the same"
Case study showing how, using a narrow bandwith, experts in neurosurgery from Geneva are trying to help a young girl in Mali
"Jonathan Kaplan has been a hospital surgeon, a flying doctor, a ship's medical officer and a battlefield surgeon. He has worked in places as diverse as Burma, Kurdistan, America, Mozambique, England and Eritrea. The Dressing Station presents a vivid, moving account of the varied faces of medicine he has encountered."
This publication list provides links to resources available on the Trauma Care Foundation (TCF) website. TCF operates rural trauma systems for victims of injuries from wars, mine field and cluster bombs in Cambodia, Iraq, Afghanistan, Nepal and Vietnam. Related research articles and publications are provided for the following subtopics: prehospital care and triage; postinjury malaria; delivery life support; and trauma surgery. This site is useful for people seeking information about trauma care and surgery in developing countries
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