Netter's Sports Medicine, 1e (Netter Clinical Science)

Netter's Sports Medicine, 1e (Netter Clinical Science)

Language: English

Pages: 800

ISBN: 1416049223

Format: PDF / Kindle (mobi) / ePub

Netter’s Sports Medicine, by Christopher C. Madden, MD, Margot Putukian, MD, FACSM, Craig C. Young, MD, and Eric C. McCarty, MD, is a reference designed to help you meet the challenges presented by your patients in this growing interdisciplinary field. More than 1,000 Netter images, along with photos of physical examination techniques and imaging examples, provide a rich visual understanding, while a bulleted text format, combined with a user-friendly organization by specific types of injuries as well as different types of sports, makes reference quick and easy. Discussions of a full range of sports―traditional as well as less common―ensure that the coverage is comprehensive and up to date. From pre-participation exams, musculoskeletal injuries, sports nutrition, and sports general medical problems in athletes...this reference equips you with the guidance you need to keep your patients at the top of their game.

  • Presents more than 1,000 Netter illustrations accompanied by photos of physical examination techniques, radiographs, and other imaging techniques―including CT and MRI―that equip you with a rich visual understanding of sports medicine.
  • Features a bulleted text format for quick-read guidance.
  • Organizes information by specific types of injuries as well as different types of sports for an easy-to-access reference.
  • Discusses traditional along with less common sports for comprehensive coverage that is up to date.
  • Includes a section that examines considerations for specific athlete populations, including children, women, the senior athlete and the physically challenged, to help you meet their special needs.
  • Presents the cross-disciplinary contributions of primary care physicians, athletic trainers, physical therapists, dentists, orthopaedic surgeons, and others, who provide a well-rounded perspective on the subject.
  • Combines current, evidence-based information with expert clinical guidance for a high-yield reference.

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done in this area. For example, most studies have examined lower intensity activities such jogging. Whether the results can be generalized to higher intensity sports such as basketball remains to be determined. ROLE OF FLEXIBILITY IN PERFORMANCE ENHANCEMENT • As one must differentiate the effects of different kinds of stretching on injury risk, one must differentiate the effects of an acute stretch with the effects of regular stretching. • An acute stretch weakens the muscle and it cannot

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use of prophylactic benzyl penicillin every 6 hours for 2 to 3 days. • Perform daily hydrotherapy for 30 to 45 minutes with water at 40° C (104° F). • Adequate intravascular hydration should be maintained. Some experts use dextran (plasma expander) and vasodilators. • Photographs of frostbitten tissue may be taken at admission, 24 hours, and every few days until discharge. • Close serial follow-up should be arranged after discharge until all wounds are stable. • The saying “Frostbite in January,

org/wps/wcm/connect/resources/file/ebad9e4a146e2d0/ Handbook.pdf?MODϭAJPERES). Prevention also requires the commitment of the health care team along with cooperation from athletic administrators and international and national sport governing bodies. Promotion of physical activity for physical, psychological, and social benefits should continue to be encouraged in women because the benefits of exercise far outweigh potential risks. Energy Availability: Definitions and General Concepts • Energy

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