Oxford Handbook of Paediatrics and Emergencies in Paediatrics and Neonatology Pack
areas such as neonatology, surgery, genetics and congenital malformations, and child protection in a user-friendly and succinct style. Sections are also devoted to covering the treatment of children in the community, and the psychological effects of illness on both the child and their family. With practical
advice and space for personalized notes, this handbook will be invaluable to all those involved in the care of the younger patient.
Severely unwell children are the most frightening emergency a clinician can face. Emergencies in Paediatrics and Neonatology aims to guide the clinician through what to do and when; in a format that can be read at the bedside. Resuscitation techniques are described in detail and comprehensive management plans are provided. Emergencies in Paediatrics and Neonatology second edition is a symptom-based handbook which concisely covers a range of essential information, from the key
facts to elicit in the history to the specific difficulties of children in an emergency situation - communication and pain relief. Symbols are used to indicate clinical severity ranging from life-threatening to minor, and the book includes detailed drug dosages for children and the most recent resuscitation
guidelines. The new edition brings this bestselling guide fully up-to-date including the management of anaphylaxis and rheumatic fever. The number of algorithms included in the book has also been increased.
- Paperback | 1400 pages
- 107 x 181 x 58mm | 832g
- 28 Sep 2013
- Oxford University Press
- Oxford, United Kingdom
- 2nd Revised edition
- 36 black-and-white line drawings and 6 black-and-white photographs; 33 black-and-white line drawings and 5 black-and-white photographs
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About Robert C. Tasker
Paediatrics and Honorary Consultant Paediatrician specialising in Intensive Care. For the last 9 years he has directed undergraduate education in paediatrics at the Cambridge University Clinical School, and more recently he has been extensively involved in developing a new undergraduate curriculum and
examination in Paediatrics. He is Director of Medical Studies for undergraduates at Selwyn College, Cambridge. He is educational supervisor for higher professional trainees in Paediatrics in his Department.
After studying medicine at the University of Leeds Rob McClure trained both as a Paediatrician and then a Neonatologist at various centres including Leeds, Liverpool, Great Ormond Street Hospital for Children in London, and in both Perth and Sydney in Australia. His first consultant post was in Neonatal Medicine at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge, where he also ran the Paediatric Gastroenterology service for several years. After 6 years he moved to St John of God Hospital in Perth, Australia
where he is currently Head of the Neonatal Department. He is a clinician and clinical researcher into Neonatal Nutrition.
Dr Carlo Acerini studied pharmacology (BSc Hons, 1984) and medicine (MBChB, 1988) at the University of Dundee, Scotland. After postgraduate training in paediatric medicine in the West of Scotland, he trained and undertook research in paediatric endocrinology and diabetes at the University of Oxford and at the University of Cambridge. Dr Acerini is currently University Senior Lecturer at the University of Cambridge and a Consultant Paediatrician (Endocrinology & Diabetes) at Addenbrooke's
Hospital, Cambridge. His research interests are in Type 1 diabetes and endocrinology in children and adolescents.
Stuart Crisp - First degree at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge then Addenbrooke's Hospital. Paediatric training in Norwich, Reading, and Oxford. Advanced Paediatric training at the Children's Hospital at Westmead, Sydney and John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford. Extensive experience in paediatric intensive care, emergency medicine, and retrieval medicine. Flew with paediatric and neonatal retrieval teams in Sydney. Presently, still hands-on work as Consultant in a busy rural paediatric clinic and
general hospital in New South Wales, Australia. Advanced Paediatric Life Support and Neonatal Life Support Instructor. Rural Teaching award (University of Sydney and Children's Hospital Westmead).Enjoys teaching junior doctors, students, and para-medical staff. Hobbies include local league cricket,
taxiing children and gloating about England winning the Ashes.
Dr Jo Rainbow Graduated from Oxford 1993; trained in Paediatrics at John Radcliffe, Oxford until 1997. Decided to have a year in Australia to recover from the MRCP and never returned. Subspecialty training in Paediatric Emergency at Children's Hospital at Westmead and Sydney Children's Hospital - the major paediatric trauma centres for Sydney; and tertiary paediatric hospitals for NSW. Met husband whilst on secondment to Orange, a regional centre 3 hours 250km of Sydney. Now juggling
motherhood, part-time work and a fluctuating golf handicap.