As the number of surgical procedures performed each year continues to grow, so does the value of surgery to our continually increasing population. As surgical techniques become more advanced and the time associated with the majority of procedures reduces, the traditional stigma associated with having to undergo surgery has almost disappeared.
This means that the importance of the surgeon to today’s hospital has grown to an unprecedented level. To support that growth, the market has requested a comprehensive yet straightforward overview of the surgical sector. To satisfy that demand, The International Review of Modern Surgery, previously a supplement within the renowned journal The International Review of Patient Care, is about to be launched as a brand new specialist publication.
From September 2007 over 5,000 senior surgeons and anaesthesiologists in healthcare facilities all over the world will receive The International Review of Modern Surgery. To complete its distribution, the publication will remain a vital part of the 10,800 copies of The International Review of Patient Care already distributed amongst the world’s leading hospital and clinics.