I General Approaches to Sports Trauma1 Initial Evaluation, Resuscitation, and Acute Management2 Sports Coverage for Travelling Teams3 Mass Sporting Event Coverage4 Stabilization, Immobilization, and Transportation5 Anesthesia and Acute Pain6 Imaging II General Synopsis of Acute Musculoskeletal Care in Sports7 Anatomy and Physiology8 Fracture Types and Definitions9 Dislocation Types and Definitions10 Musculoskeletal Healing Process11 Complications III Acute Sports-related Bones and Joints Trauma: Upper Extremity12 Clavicle13 Scapula14 Glenohumeral Joint15 Humerus16 Elbow Joint17 Radius and Ulna18 Carpus19 Metacarpus20 Finger IV Acute Sports-related Bones and Joints Trauma: Lower Extremity21 Pelvis22 Hip Joint23 Femur24 Knee25 Tibia and Fibula26 Ankle Joint27 Tarsus28 Metatarsus29 Toe V Acute Sports-related Bones and Joints Trauma: Axial Skeletal30 Cervical Spine31 Thoracic Spine32 Lumbar Spine33 Stress Fractures VI Acute Soft Tissue Injuries in Sports34 Tendons35 Muscles36 Ligaments37 Bursa38 Nerves39 Vascular40 Skin and Subcutaneous Tissue VII Other Sports-related Trauma41 Chest Trauma42 Abdominal Trauma43 Head Injury44 Facial Trauma45 Soft Tissue Neck Injury VIII Sports-specific Injuries46 Aquatic Sports47 Baseball and Softball48 Basketball49 Boxing50 Cheerleading51 CrossFit52 Cycling53 Dance54 Extreme Sports55 Field Hockey56 Football57 Gymnastics58 Ice Hockey59 Ice Skating60 Lacrosse61 Marathons62 Martial Arts63 Motor Sports64 Racket Sports65 Rock Climbing66 Rowing67 Rugby68 Sailing69 Skiing: Alpine70 Skiing: Cross-country71 Snowboarding72 Soccer73 Track and Field74 Triathalon75 Ultramarathon and Ultra-endurance Sports76 Volleyball77 Weightlifting78 Wrestling
This exciting, user-friendly text covers everything sports medicine and emergency clinicians need to know when encountering sports-related injuries and trauma, whether on the field or in the office. Divided into eight thematic sections, all aspects of musculoskeletal and other trauma care are described in detail, with each chapter including key points for quick reference.
The opening section presents general approaches to sports-related trauma, from initial evaluation and acute management to stabilization, anesthesia and imaging. The different types of fractures and dislocations, as well as musculoskeletal healing complications, are covered in part two. The next three sections then take in-depth looks at bone and joint trauma in the upper extremity, lower extremity and axial skeleton, respectively. Soft tissue and other sports-related trauma comprise parts six and seven - from tendons, ligaments, nerves and more to chest, head and facial injuries. The final and largest section presents sports-specific injuries, covering more than 30 individual and team activities from baseball, basketball and hockey to swimming, sailing and triathalon. Throughout, copious figures, photographs and tables enhance and advance the content for a complete, well-rounded examination of the field.
Comprehensive but not complex, Sports-related Fractures, Dislocations and Trauma is a practical, high-yield manual for sports medicine and emergency care specialists, primary care physicians and any other professionals caring for athletes both on the field and in the office.
Morteza Khodaee, MD, MPH, Associate Professor, Department of Family Medicine and Orthopedics, University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus, Denver, CO, USA
Anna L. Waterbrook, MD, Associate Professor, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ, USA
Matthew Gammons, MD, Vermont Orthopedic Clinic, Rutland Regional Medical Center, VT, USA