Joseph I. Wolfsdorf, David S. GreenesRead More
Thoroughly updated for its Seventh Edition, this practical quick-reference manual presents authoritative patient management guidelines based on the extensive clinical experience at The Children's Hospital in Boston. Coverage includes normal newborn, well-child, and adolescent care, acute care, disorders of each organ system, behavioral disorders, and management of the child with developmental disabilities and specialized health care needs. The text includes numerous easy-to-scan tables and a popular "A to Z" drug formulary.
Mhairi G. MacDonald, Jayashree Ramasethu, Khodayar Rais-BahramiRead MoreAtlas of Procedures in Neonatology, Fifth Edition
Neonatal intensive care demands sound decision-making and rapid responses. By blending the illustrative power of an atlas with detailed, stepwise procedural descriptions, this practical resource covers a range of technique-specific interventions and prepares you for the challenges of the neonatal intensive care nursery.Speed response time, prevent errors, and improve outcomes for your youngest patients! • Expert guidance from noted experts highlights each step of each procedure, helping to minimize errors and promote safe practice standards.• Three animations offer stepwise visual guidance on exchange transfusion, emergency evacuation of air leaks, and endotracheal intubation.• Over 150 color photographs clarify important principles, problems, and complications.• Video clips address both common neonatal care procedures, such as umbilical line placement, PICC placement, and endotracheal intubation, and vital emergency procedures such as exchange transfusion and cardiac paracentesis infrequently performed. NEW to the Fifth Edition… • New chapters keep you current with the latest developments in Brain and Whole Body Cooling, Bubble CPAP, and Educational Principles of Simulation Based Procedure Training.• Expanded video collection includes lumbar puncture, radial artery puncture, intraosseous infusion, bubble CPAP, and pericardiocentesis.• Online companion website lets you access fully searchable text, image bank, and videos anytime, anywhere.
Bradley S. Marino, Katie S. FineRead MoreBlueprints Pediatrics provides students with a concise, "need-to-know" review for the pediatrics rotation and the Boards. Each chapter is brief, written in narrative format, and includes pedagogical features such as bolded key words, tables, figures, and key points. This edition includes 2 new sections -- For the Boards, which presents 10 USMLE-style questions (answers & rationales at the end of the book) and For the Wards, a section of 2 case studies per chapters -- 40 to 50 cases, total. This edition includes 26 full-color dermatology and infectious disease photographs and multicolored flow diagrams of congenital heart defects. A website on thePoint includes the e-Book and 50-100 bonus questions in a question bank.
Lloyd J. Brown, Lee Todd MillerRead More
This volume of the Board Review Series offers students a strong foundation for subsequent learning in both primary care and subspecialty pediatrics. BRS Pediatrics presents a comprehensive overview of the basic principles of pediatrics and detailed information for the pediatric subinternships and pediatric subspecialty rotations. Case-based review tests simulating USMLE Step 2 questions appear at the end of each chapter, with explanations for correct and incorrect responses. A comprehensive 100-question examination appears at the end of the book.
BRS Pediatrics is an indispensable resource for the pediatric rotation, the end of rotation exam, and the USMLE Step 2.
Patricia Evans, Mary Ann MorrisRead More
A Clinical Guide to Autistic Spectrum Disorders provides primary care health care providers and pediatricians the inclusive, yet succinct, material they need to immediately evaluate and support their patients. Autistic Spectrum Disorders (ASD) have a wide and sometimes confusing presentation, and this text covers the recognition, evaluation, and multi-disciplinary approach to the management of ASD. Readers will benefit not only from the brief review of the biology and demographics of autism, but also from its common sense approach and practical suggestions for clinical settings.
A companion website features the fully searchable text and printable patient handouts.
Alessio FasanoRead More
A Clinical Guide to Gluten-Related Disorders provides primary health care providers the succinct material they need to immediately evaluate and support their patients. Gluten-related disorders have a wide presentation, and this text covers the recognition, evaluation, and multi-disciplinary approach to the management of disease. Readers will benefit from the general overview of gluten intolerance and from the common sense approach to developing treatment and dietary plans. Clinical vignettes offer clinicians real-life scenarios to help put the disease and its treatment in context for their patients.
Aruchamy LakshmanaswamyRead MoreThis book is part of the LWW India publishing program. This program is developed for the Indian market working with Indian authors who are the foremost experts in their respective fields. Our Indian authors do research and teach at the most respected Indian medical schools and academic hospitals.
Specially designed for medical students, this book presents a succinct exposition of the clinical procedures involved in the diagnosis and management of common pediatric cases.
1. In a simple and easy- to- understand language, the book explains the fundamentals of:
- History taking &ndash both general and systemic
- Clinical examination- both general and systemic
- Differential diagnosis
- Management and prognosis
2. The book also explains the various disorders seen in children and adolescents and highlights their:
- Clinical Features
3. A simple point wise style of presentation is followed throughout the text and important features are summarized in appropriate tables and boxes.
4. Relevant clinical photographs are included in the text.
S. Jean Emans, Marc R. LauferRead More
Over 40 leaders in the field were consulted to help shape the content of this 6th edition of Emans, Laufer, Goldstein’s Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology. Using 700 images and more than 100 case examples, this latest edition covers the medical and surgical approaches to common pediatric and adolescent gynecologic problems.
Completely updated and expanded, this edition now includes chapters on Interviewing the Adolescent, Vulvar Dermatology, Gynecologic Trauma, Radiologic Imaging, Gynecologic Issues and Fertility Preservation for Cancer Patients/survivors, and Patient Safety in Office Gynecology.
Toby Long, Kathy ToscanoRead MoreThis updated quick reference provides a contemporary perspective on pediatric physical therapy for both students and professionals. Following the "Guide to Physical Therapist Practice," this invaluable tool addresses growth and development, pediatric disorders, measurements, interventions, assistive technologies, and administrative issues--all in a rapid access format for daily consultation. For easier use, this edition features a larger trim size, with new boxes, figures, charts, and conditions. Separate chapters cover Intervention, Measurement & Disorders, and Assistive Technology. Expanded coverage of growth and development includes outcomes that occur when development is disrupted. Insurance coding information is also included.
Scott Kahan, Jonathan E. Teitelbaum, Kathleen O. DeAntonisRead More
Featuring a uniquely visual two-page-spread design that is great for rapid reference or review, In a Page Pediatrics, Second Edition provides a quick overview of the diseases, symptoms, and injuries most commonly seen in children. Each disease is presented on a two-page spread in boxes with consistent headings: introduction; etiology, epidemiology, and risk factors; patient presentation; differential diagnosis; diagnostic evaluation; treatment and management; and prognosis and complications. Bulleted key points appear under each heading. This edition features expanded differential diagnosis sections, an appendix of common symptoms and differential diagnosis, and more coverage of pharmacologic treatment.
This pocket-sized book is ideal for interns, medical students in clerkships, or USMLE review. It will also appeal to physician assistant and nurse practitioner students.
Therapeutic Principles in PracticeSumner J. Yaffe, Jacob V. ArandaRead More
Written by experts at the forefront of current research and clinical practice, Neonatal and Pediatric Pharmacology provides evidence-based guidelines for safe, effective, and rational drug therapy in newborns, children, and adolescents. Coverage includes specific recommendations for all major drug classes and diseases, a detailed section on drugs and the newborn, and chapters on specific treatment settings such as the pediatric intensive care unit and emergency room. Also included are chapters on adverse effects and interactions and state-of-the-art discussions on pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, pharmacogenetics, pharmacogenomics, pharmacoproteomics, drug development, and clinical trials in infants and children. Appendices include a neonatal formulary and a pediatric formulary.
The Fourth Edition includes updated information on drug interactions and regulatory issues. New chapters cover nutrient supplements and biotransformation of medications by the human placenta.
Paul H. Dworkin, Paula AlgranatiRead More
NMS Pediatrics, Fifth Edition is the ideal reference and review for medical students in the pediatrics clerkship. The concise, outline-format coverage of essentials and end-of-chapter USMLE-style questions offer excellent preparation for the shelf/end-of-rotation exam and USMLE. This thoroughly updated edition focuses on areas emphasized in the most current Council on Medical Student Education in Pediatrics (COMSEP) curriculum.
A companion Website offers the fully searchable text, case studies, and a comprehensive examination.
A Case-Based ApproachSamir S. Shah, Stephen LudwigRead MorePediatric Complaints and Diagnostic Dilemmas: A Case-Based Approach contains 119 cases in 20 chapters that cover a common chief complaint. Each chapter opens with a definition of the complaint, moves to differential diagnosis with a table on the most frequent causes, and reviews the important questions in the history. Four to eight cases in each chapter illustrate how the same chief complaint can have different causes. Case presentations cover the history of present illness, past medical history, the physical exam, diagnostic studies, and the development of the complaint over time.
Textbook of Inpatient ManagementRonald M. Perkin, James D. Swift, Dale A. Newton, Nick G. AnasRead More
Now in its Second Edition, this text focuses exclusively on the management of hospitalized pediatric patients from admission to discharge. It is an excellent resource for residency programs, hospitalist fellowships, and continuing education for physicians whose practice includes the management of hospitalized newborns and children. Because pediatric hospital care is provided by a wide variety of healthcare professionals and in many different hospital settings, this text provides a framework for unified management and effective and efficient care. This edition includes new sections on emergency medicine and psychiatric hospitalization and expanded coverage of management of children with complex and chronic conditions.
Daniel Bernstein, Steven P. ShelovRead MoreEndorsed by the American Academy of Pediatrics, this text serves as both a guide for the pediatric clerkship and a resource for shelf exam and board review. Divided into two sections, Pediatrics for Medical Students begins with a focus on the general practice of pediatrics in Section One, covering normal preventive visits. Section Two offers more traditional, systems-oriented chapters that take a step-by-step approach to developing a differential diagnosis.
Ralph R. Salimpour, Pedram Salimpour, Pejman SalimpourRead More
There is no substitute for direct patient–physician interaction, but with Photographic Atlas of Pediatric Disorders and Diagnosis you can explore the full range of presenting symptoms in infants, children, and young adults through images of common and unusual presenting features for over 300 pediatric disorders. Many of these patient images have never been published anywhere in the world; all, are unique.Let the power of this atlas enhance your visual diagnostic skills!• Over 900 images highlight common and rare manifestations for a spectrum of pediatric disorders—helping you spot subtle signs of disease.• In-depth coverage addresses each disorder in all its manifestations—from the common to the unusual including etiology, symptoms, signs, treatment, and clinical pearls.• An anatomical table of contents helps you pinpoint a diagnosis when presented with unusual or disparate physical features.• An accompanying website contains the full text of the atlas, along with over 50 additional images, and over 25 additional topics not covered in the text.
The Massachusetts General Hospital for Children Handbook of PediatricsParitosh PrasadRead MorePrepared by residents and attending physicians at Massachusetts General Hospital, this pocket-sized loose leaf binder is created in the style of Pocket Medicine, one of the best-selling references for medical students, interns, and residents, and focuses on Pediatrics. This product can be used on the wards and for candidates reviewing for pediatric board exams.
In bulleted lists, tables, and algorithms, Pocket Pediatrics provides key clinical information about common pediatric problems in cardiology, pulmonology, gastroenterology, nephrology, hematology-oncology, infectious diseases, endocrinology, rheumatology, and neurology as well as the well patient and the patient in ICU. There is also a 4-color insert chapter, containing pediatric clinical images in dermatology. The six-ring binder is portable to be carried with students, residents or physicians and allows users to add their own notes.
Mohammad Diab, Lynn T. StaheliRead MoreProfusely illustrated basic book on pediatric orthopaedics aimed at the resident in orthopaedics, the general orthopaedic surgeon, and the pediatrician. It is densely packed with relevanat clinical information and a multitude of illustrations presented in a highly structured style.
Joseph J. Zorc, Elizabeth R. Alpern, Lawrence W. Brown, Kathleen M. Loomes, Bradley S. Marino, Cynthia J. Mollen, Leslie J. RaffiniRead MoreOrganized by chief complaint, this comprehensive, pocket-sized handbook for medical students and early residents covers the diagnosis and management of more than 80 common problems found in children, focusing on symptoms, differential diagnosis, laboratory assessment, and various treatment options for each problem. Customers & reviewers note that the major strengths of this book are its readability and ease of use. It contains the perfect amount of detail and emphasizes high-yield topics that appear on end-of-rotation and in-service exams and really helps direct one's thinking process.
Samir S. Shah, Brian Alverson, Jeanine RonanRead MoreOutline format, high-yield-yet-comprehensive review of pediatric pathophysiology and clinical information, written specifically as a guide for third year medical, PA, or NP students during their pediatrics rotation. Key features include Quick Hits margin notes to highlight key points and a set of 100 "end-of-book” exam questions offered in both print and as a free iPhone app to accompany the text. A website on thePoint offers full text online, plus an image bank, and possible online or mobile video clips or audio clips (ie, heart sounds).