Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics
Few manuals deliver answers more directly than this edition of this top seller. The focus is on diagnosis and treatment of the common emergency conditions involving children. Over one quarter of the book is new including the latest on HIV and children, toxicologic emergencies, sedation and analgesia, emergency care decision making, Lyme Disease and more. Provides eminently practical guidelines on management along with indications for admissions and cost containment considerations.
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What Reviewers Are Saying
"The book is well-organized with a focus on organ system emergencies (i.e., pulmonary, genitourinary, etc.). They have structured the text to provide essential points and priorities for diagnosis, management, follow-up care recommendations, and indications for hospital admission for each topic presented. Their end product once again is a readable, easy-to-use handbook for medical students, residents, and practicing physicians.""In summary the Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics provides a very thorough and in-depth review in a handbook format. It functions more like a condensed textbook, but is easy to carry. The editors reach their goal of providing a concise reference. With its well-written chapters, the manual provides more information than the usual portable handbook and would be useful for the physician who does not want to carry a textbook at all times."