Additional credits

Second edition (2012)

Dr Peter Trafton (Editor)
Rhode Island Hospital
Providence, USA

Dr Raymond R White
Orthopedic Trauma and Fracture Care
Maine Medical Center
Portland, USA

Dr Matthew R Camuso
Orthopaedic Trauma Surgery
Maine Medical Center
Portland, USA

Project manager: Barbara Niederée

Illustrator: Ruth Angliker

Dankward Höntzsch is gratefully acknowledged for revision of the external fixation treatment options (2016, with Steve Krikler as editorial consultant).

First edition (2006)

Dr Peter Trafton (Editor)
Rhode Island Hospital,
Providence, USA

Dr Raymond R White
Orthopedic Trauma and Fracture Care
Maine Medical Center
Portland, USA

Prof Dr Antonio Pace
Fondazione Istituto San Raffaele - G Giglio di Cefalù
Cefalù, Italy

Prof Dr Theerachai Apivatthakakul
Department of Orthopaedics
Chiang Mai University
Chiang Mai, Thailand

Dr George M Babikian
Orthopaedic Associates of Portland
Portland, USA

Dr Fabio Castelli
DEA - Department of emergency and acceptance
Ospedale Niguarda - Milan
Milan, Italy

Vajara Phiphobmongkol
Orthopaedic Department
Bangkok Hospital
Bangkok, Thailand

Prof Dr Surapong Anuraklekha
Orthopaedics
Bumrungrad Hospital
Bangkok, Thailand

Dr Kodi Kojima
Orthopedic and Traumatology Institute
University of Sao Paulo
São Paulo, Brazil

Project manager: Michael Redies, Katrin Lüssi

Illustrators: Priska Inauen, Ruth Angliker

Furthermore, the contribution by Paul Demmer, with Christopher Colton as editorial consultant, to fracture management with minimal resources (2011) is likewise acknowledged.

Christopher Colton is acknowledged for authoring the chapter on compartment syndrome (2010).

Richard E Buckley is acknowledged for authoring the chapter on infection (2010).

Kodi Kojima and Peter Trafton are acknowledged for authoring ORIF treatment options and a special chapter on nailing without image intensification (2010).

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