A complete clinical reference on the management of neonates in emergency and acute care settings!
Neonatal Emergencies details the diagnostic procedures and clinical management strategies for the full spectrum of acute illness and emergencies seen in the neonatal period. The book is logically organized by anatomic region and enhanced by 100 full-color illustrations.
- An intense clincal focus--explores all the issues pertinent to formulating a successful strategy for effective clinical management in these challenging patients
- Specifically designed to meet the daily clinical needs of the emergency physician--features a convenient anatomically-based organization and content included for its hands-on value
- 100 full-color illustrations
- Expert authorship--written by twenty emergency physicians who manage these disorders on a daily basis
Authoritative, system-based coverage of the neonatal problems most often encountered in the emergency department, including:
Head, Eye, Ear, and Neck
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. HEENT Emergencies of the Infant, Deborah J. Mann
2. Neurologic Emergencies, Linnea Wittick
3. Respiratory Emergencies, Jennifer Mackey
4. Cardiac Emergencies, Jahn Avarello
5. Gastrointestinal Emergencies, Derek Cooney and Richard M. Cantor
6. Neonatal Genitourinary Emergencies, Brian Stout
7. Orthopedic Emergencies in the Neonate, P. David Sadowitz, Lisa Keough, and Norma Cooney
8. Dermatologic Disorders in the First 30 Days of Life, James D'Agostino
9. Neonatal Infections, P. David Sadowitz, LaLainia Secreti, and Jeff Lapoint
10. Hematologic Emergencies in the Neonate, P. David Sadowitz and Trisha Tavares
11. Selected Topics in Neonatal Pharmacology, Jeanna Marraffa and Jamie Nelsen
ABOUT THE AUTHORS
Richard M. Cantor, MD FAAP, FACEP is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Department, State University of New York--Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.
P. David Sadowitz, MD is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine, Pediatric Emergency Department, State University of New York--Upstate Medical University, Syracuse, NY.