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    DescriptionThis is the seventh edition of a highly regarded, major textbook of paediatrics.


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    Title
    Practical Paediatrics
    Subtitle
    With STUDENT CONSULT Online Access
    Authors and contributors
    By (author) Michael South, By (author) David Isaacs
    Physical properties
    Format: Paperback
    Number of pages: 848
    Width: 194 mm
    Height: 260 mm
    Thickness: 36 mm
    Weight: 1,982 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9780702042928
    ISBN 10: 0702042927
    Classifications

    BIC E4L: HEA
    Nielsen BookScan Product Class 3: S6.1T
    B&T Book Type: NF
    Ingram Subject Code: PI
    B&T Modifier: Region of Publication: 03
    B&T General Subject: 510
    B&T Modifier: Academic Level: 02
    B&T Merchandise Category: MAJ
    B&T Modifier: Text Format: 06
    BIC subject category V2: MJW
    BISAC V2.8: MED069000
    LC subject heading:
    DC22: 618.92
    Warengruppen-Systematik des deutschen Buchhandels: 16940
    LC subject heading:
    DC23: 618.92
    LC classification: RJ45 .P658 2012
    Ingram Theme: ASPT/MEDTAS
    Thema V1.0: MKD
    Edition
    7, Revised
    Edition statement
    7th Revised edition
    Publisher
    Elsevier Health Sciences
    Imprint name
    CHURCHILL LIVINGSTONE
    Publication date
    25 July 2012
    Publication City/Country
    London
    Review quote
    From student reviews of the previous edition: 'This is a very comprehensive paediatrics textbook. It serves well as a general paeds book for your rotation and will sit on your shelf as a reference book past graduation.' 'This is a really comprehensive book. It has everything you could want to know. It is well written, easy to understand and has lovely illustrations. There are highlighted tables which I liked and the Practical Points boxes are really informative.' From published reviews of the current edition: 'A great starter manual as an introduction to paediatrics. The format is user friendly and the practical points and clinical examples help readers solidify their learning.' Doody Enterprises, Inc. 'Practical Paediatrics is one of the core paediatric text books for medical students and postgraduate students studying for Diploma of Child Health. .There are Clinical Example boxes scattered within chapters that help keep the information clinically relevant, and the Practical Points boxes neatly summarise the chapter or section information.. There is also a chapter on Indigenous Culture and Health which includes a section on Maori View of Child Health and Illness. One of the best features is the online access which has the full text plus additional features. The additional features include questions in both review format, helpful for revision, and also questions in multi-choice test format with a timer-again a very useful feature for anyone sitting paediatric or child health examinations. There is also a drug database and an image library. This is very good value for money. Overall, this is an excellent textbook that is very relevant to undergraduate and postgraduate students studying paediatrics and child health.' Maud Meates-Dennis, Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics, University of Otago, Christchurch
    Back cover copy
    This is the seventh edition of a highly regarded, major textbook of paediatrics. Emphasis on differential diagnosis from a presenting-problem point of view Covers the social and preventative aspects of child health Covers the common diseases of childhood and their treatment Contextualises the disease in description of social, genetic and epidemiological factors Key features Clinical example boxes throughout Practical point boxes throughout Summary tables Clearly sign-posted text New to this edition: 51 new chapter authors New chapter on sleep problems New chapter on refugee health All chapters updated, with several major re-writes Plus Free online access to the whole book through www.studentconsult.com, where you will also find: Nearly 400 interactive self-assessment questions Further reading suggestions Helpful references Additional illustration From student reviews of the previous edition: 'This is a very comprehensive paediatrics textbook. It serves well as a general paeds book for your rotation and will sit on your shelf as a reference book past graduation.' 'This is a really comprehensive book. It has everything you could want to know. It is well written, easy to understand and has lovely illustrations. There are highlighted tables which I liked and the Practical Points boxes are really informative.' 'It is a really good resource.' From published reviews of the current edition: 'A great starter manual as an introduction to pediatrics. The format is user friendly and the practical points and clinical examples help readers solidify their learning.' "Doody Enterprises, Inc." '"Practical Paediatrics" is one of the core paediatric text books for medical students and postgraduate students studying for Diploma of Child Health. .There are Clinical Example boxes scattered within chapters that help keep the information clinically relevant, and the Practical Points boxes neatly summarise the chapter or section information.. There is also a chapter on Indigenous Culture and Health which includes a section on Maori View of Child Health and Illness. There is an interesting chapter on Poisoning and Envenomation, and an excellent chapter on Electronic Learning Resources. One of the best features is the online access which has the full text plus additional features. The additional features include questions in both review format, helpful for revision, and also questions in multi-choice test format with a timer-again a very useful feature for anyone sitting paediatric or child health examinations. There is also a drug database and an image library. This is very good value for money. Overall, this is an excellent textbook that is very relevant to undergraduate and postgraduate students studying paediatrics and child health.'" Maud Meates-Dennis, Senior Lecturer in Paediatrics, University of Otago, Christchurch"
    Table of contents
    Part 1 Current paediatrics. 1.1 Child health and disease 1.2 Child health in a global context Part 2 Clinical assessment. 2.1 The clinical consultation 2.2 Developmental surveillance and assessment Part 3 Social and preventative paediatrics. 3.1 The child and the Family 3.2 Indigenous culture and health 3.3 Nutrition 3.4 Obesity 3.5 Immunization 3.6 Trauma 3.7 Failure to thrive 3.8 Developmental disability 3.9 Child abuse 3.10 Sudden unexpected death in infancy 3.11 Care of the adolescent 3.12 Gynaecology 3.13 Sleep problems 3.14 Refugee health Part 4 Behaviour and mental health needs in childhood. 4.1 Life events of normal children 4.2 Common mental health problems 4.3 Hyperactivity and inattention 4.4 Major psychiatric disorders Part 5 Paediatric emergencies. 5.1 Emergencies: causes and assessment 5.2 Resuscitation 5.3 Poisoning and envenomation Part 6 Fluid replacement. 6.1 Fluid replacement therapy Part 7 Principles of imaging in childhood. 7.1 Imaging Part 8 Common orthopaedic problems. 8.1 Orthopaedic problems Part 9 Common paediatric surgical problems. 9.1 Surgical conditions in older children Part 10 Inherited and metabolic problems. 10.1 Birth defects, prenatal diagnosis and teratogens 10.2 Modern genetics 10.3 The dysmorphic child 10.4 Genetic counselling 10.5 Inborn errors of metabolism Part 11 Neonatal problems. 11.1 The newborn infant: stabilisation and examination 11.2 Low birth weight, prematurity and jaundice in infancy 11.3 Breathing problems in the newborn 11.4 Congenital and perinatal infections 11.5 Surgical conditions in the newborn Part 12 Infections 12.1 Infectious disease 12.2 Bone and joint infections 12.3 Meningitis and encephalitis 12.4 Infections in tropical and developing countries Part 13 Allergy, immunity and inflamation. 13.1 Atopy 13.2 Immunodeficiency and its investigation 13.3 Arthritis and connective tissue disorders Part 14 Respiratory disorders. 14.1 Acute upper respiratory infections 14.2 Stridor 14.3 Asthma 14.4 Wheezing disorders other than asthma 14.5 Lower respiratory tract infections and abnormalities 14.6 An approach to chronic cough and cystic fibrosis Part 15 Cardiac disorders. 15.1 Suspected heart disease: assessment 15.2 Heart disease Part 16 Haematological disorders and malignancies 16.1 Anaemia 16.2 Abnormal bleeding and clotting 16.3 Cancers Part 17 Seizure disorders and disorders of the nervous system. 17.1 Seizures and epilepsies 17.2 Cerebral palsy and neurodegenerative disorders 17.3 Neuromuscular disorders 17.4 Neural tube defects, large heads and hydrocephalus 17.5 Headaches Part 18 Urinary tract disorders and hypertension. 18.1 Urinary tract infections and malformations 18.2 Glomerulonephritis, renal failure and hypertension Part 19 Endocrine disorders. 19.1 Growth and variations of growth 19.2 Thyroid disorders 19.3 The child of uncertain sex 19.4 Diabetes 19.5 Bone mineral disorders Part 20 Gastrointestinal tract and hepatic disorders. 20.1 Abdominal pain and vomiting 20.2 Infective diarrhoea and inflammatory bowel disease 20.3 Chronic diarrhoea and malabsorption 20.4 Gastro-oesophageal reflux and Helicobacter pylori infection 20.5 Liver diseases Part 21 Skin disorders. 21.1 Skin disorders Part 22 ENT, eye and dental disorders. 22.1 Ear, nose and throat disorders 22.2 Eye disorders 22.3 Teeth and oral cavity disorders Index