New York, NY, March 29, 2015 --(PR.com
)-- Thieme Publishers Delhi (TPD) has signed on as the official publisher for the Trauma Society of India (TSI). TPD has agreed to publish two titles per year for TSI. "Guidelines in Fracture Management – Nonunion Part 1" and "Guidelines in Fracture Management – Proximal Tibia" were published in 2014. "Guidelines in Fracture Management –Neck of the Femur" and "Guidelines in Fracture Management – Fractures Around the Ankle and Hind Foot" will be published in 2015.
Daniel Schiff, Senior Vice President of Publishing at Thieme, said:
“This new partnership between Thieme Publishers Delhi and Trauma Society of India is an important milestone in TPD’s continued growth in orthopaedic trauma publishing. My colleagues at Thieme Publishers Delhi look forward to a productive, collaborative relationship with TSI that will result in many high-quality publications.”
The Trauma Society of India (TSI) is a pioneering initiative that was set up to foster knowledge and education in orthopaedics and traumatology. TSI created the first set of standard guidelines for orthopaedic surgeons & clinicians in India. These guidelines help to establish treatment protocols and aid surgeons & clinicians in the assessment, decision-making, and management of complex fractures and many other challenging orthopaedic conditions.
Dr. S. C. Goel, President of the Trauma Society of India, commented:
“I am very pleased that Thieme Publishers Delhi is now the official publisher for TSI. Thieme has a stellar reputation in the medical publishing arena, and I’m certain that they will produce many fine publications for us.”
"Guidelines in Fracture Management – Nonunion Part I", edited by G.S. Kulkarni, MS, FRCS, includes actual case studies and surgical techniques accompanied by high-quality illustrations, making it an excellent resource for orthopaedic surgeons.
"Guidelines in Fracture Management – Proximal Tibia", edited by Sushrut Babhulkar, MB, MS, MCh, discusses the classification, assessment of personality, and treatment protocols for the much-debated proximal tibia fractures.
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