Provides a very direct and practical approach to the concerns paediatricians
face on a daily basis. It is heavily focused on the evaluation and management
process of paediatric care, and the process by which physicians will come to
the various clinical decisions they make.
The all-new Succinct Pediatrics takes a very direct and practical approach to the concerns paediatricians face on a daily basis. It features a heavy focus on the evaluation and management process of pediatric care, and the process by which physicians come to the various clinical decisions they make. This attention on medical decision-making as well as featured ‘Levels of Evidence’ which rate the various treatment courses, further integrates the practice of evidence-based medicine into daily care.
Intended for paediatricians, family doctors, and pediatric nurses, the contents include:
• Common Problems in General Pediatric Practice: abdominal pain; asthma; ADHD; back pain; breastfeeding; chest pain; colic; diarrhoea; dysuria; ear pain; eye problems; fever; fluids and electrolytes; gastrointestinal bleeding; immunisations and vaccinations; joint and extremity pain; nutrition; rashes; and much more.
• Critical Care and Emergencies: acute bleeding; anaphylaxis, uriticaria, and angioedema; animal bites; burns and thermal injury; child maltreatment; diabetic ketoacidosis; drowning; electrical injury; epistaxis; heart failure; infantile botulism; malignant hyperthermia; pleural effusion; poisoning; respiratory distress and apnoea; rhabdomyolysis; sepsis; shock; trauma care and assessment of injury; and traumatic brain injury.