Practice of Intramedullary Locked Nails íV Advanced Techniques and Special Applications
Chief Editors: I. Kempf, K.S. Leung
Co-Editors: A. Grosse, H.J.T.M. Haarman, H. Seidel, G. Taglang
Publisher: Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg New York (ISBN 3-540-64080-0)
Total Pages: 160
Year of Publication: 2002

Today, it is our strong belief that the use of intramedullary locked nails in the management of long bone fractures has become a well-established physiology of patient management. The principles and applications are universal and far beyond the limit of any particular instrument or implant. Based on this faith, Practice of Intramedullary Locked Nails is written in the hope that this technique will evolve further for the betterment of patients.
This book describes the use and relevance of the closed technique of intramedullary locked nails in orthopaedic and trauma surgeries. The Practice of Intramedullary Locked Nails comprises of two volumes: Vol. 1 covers the scientific principles and standard surgical techniques of intramedullary locked nails; Vol. 2 covers the advanced surgical techniques in extended indications.