Paediatric Handbook

Paediatric Handbook

By (author) Michael Marks , By (author) Georgia Paxton , By (author) Jane Munro , By (author) Dominic Wilkinson

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"The Paediatric Handbook" provides a comprehensive practical guide to the management of health problems in infants, children and adolescents. The handbook draws on the expertise of the staff of the Royal Children's Hospital. The seventh edition now has an online supplement, providing access to a wealth of additional information and resources on the Internet. The seventh edition has been fully revised and updated and several new sections added. Large parts have also been reformatted making management guidelines easier to follow, while maintaining the 'at-a-glance' format that made previous editions easy to use. "The Paediatric Handbook" is an essential text for the broad range of community practitioners involved in the care of children and also serves as an excellent reference for medical students and hospital residents.

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  • Paperback | 704 pages
  • 116 x 172 x 34mm | 662.26g
  • 30 Jan 2008
  • Blackwell Publishing Asia
  • Carlton
  • English
  • Revised
  • 7th Revised edition
  • 50 illustrations, index
  • 086793431X
  • 9780867934311

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Marks, Michael; Munro, Jane; Paxton, Georgia Royal Children s Hospital, Melbourne

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The seventh edition of the Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne Paediatric Handbook is a well written, concise but comprehensive work which covers acute paediatrics, pain management, procedures in paediatrics and all of the speciality areas of paediatric medicine and surgery. It is a very practical handbook and the format of this edition further assists with the readability and access to important information. Overall, this is an excellent handbook, which is most comprehensive and easy to use. It is highly recommended for all resident and registrar staff in paediatric hospitals and paediatric units. Professor JA Batch, Royal Children's Hospital,Australia- J. Paediatr. Child Health (2004) 40, 656-658

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