The limited time-frame available to the undergraduate students makes it necessary for them to be able to read a good comprehensive book reliably, and this edition fully meets just that requirement. The book presents the entire information necessary for undergraduate students in an easy-to-read format which helps them in long-term retention. The theory behind the practice of surgery is covered in a simple manner. The plethora of clinical photographs, colour graphics, flowcharts, tables, key boxes and algorithms lucidly explain the facts given in the text which will help even the postgraduate students of surgery and practising surgeons. Clinical notes, wisdom lines, most interesting and most common facts and ten commandments are the highlighting features of the Manual. Multiple choice questions have been added which will help the students not only in MBBS examinations but also in the postgraduate examinations.
|Publishers||CBS Publishers & Distributors|
|Author||Shenoy, K Rajgopal | Shenoy (Nileshwar), Anitha|
|Size||23×36/8 (trimmed 216×280mm)|
|About the Author||
K Rajgopal Shenoy MBBS MS FRCS (Glasgow) is Professor and former head, Department of Surgery, and ex-Associate Dean, Kasturba Medical College (KMC), and Consultant Surgeon at the associated KMC Hospital, Manipal Academy of Higher Education (MAHE)-Deemed to be University, Manipal. He has had a brilliant undergraduate and postgraduate career with ranks and distinction. Prof Shenoy has been on the faculty of surgery at KMC, Manipal, since 1986. He stresses on the basics and at the same time makes efforts to teach the students evidence-based medicine. He has been an invited faculty in many CMEs. An acclaimed and a popular teacher, he has received 'good teacher' award in the institution several times. As an undergraduate and postgraduate examiner, he has examined students from many universities for the last 25 years.
Anitha Shenoy (Nileshwar) MBBS MD FRCA is Professor and former head, Department of Anaesthesiology, KMC, and Consultant in Anaesthesiology and Intensive Care at the associated KMC Hospital, MAHE, Manipal. She is a Fellow of the Royal College of Anaesthetists, London, UK, and is trained as a cardiothoracic anaesthesiologist. She is a popular postgraduate teacher and well recognised at the state and national level teaching programmes. Dr Nileshwar has edited the entire text of this Manual with tremendous devotion. She is the coauthor of the other popular book Manipal Manual of Clinical Methods in Surgery.