Deliver faster diagnosis, more effective treatments, and improved outcomes with this concise guide to pediatric emergency medicine Provides immediate access to life-saving and routine information through consistent chapter outlines Begins with a section on emergency procedures and child-safety issues Presents information the way an emergency medicine provider thinks and acts: by symptomatic presentation, including cardiac arrest, respiratory distress, shock, fever, abdominal pain, seizures, trauma Details evaluation and management of disorders routinely seen in Pediatric Emergency Medicine such as foreign bodies, respiratory infections, asthma, heart defects, dehydration, rashes, sickle-cell disease, sports-injuries and more Enhanced by numerous tables, and more than 400 illustrations and photographs to clarify concepts and improve understanding LANGE Valuable to all practitioners of emergency medicine, from prehospital care providers to nurses and physicians Designed for use in a busy, fastpaced emergency department Focuses on the practical aspects of emergency care Covers a wide spectrum of pediatric conditionsBerg M, Schexnayder S, Chameides M, et al: Part 13: Pediatric Basic Life Support : 2010 American Heart Association ... Chameides L, Samson RA, Schexnayder SM, et al: Pediatric Advanced Life Support Provider Manual. ... Recent improvements in survival of arrest victims comes, in part, because of postresuscitation measures in addition to high-quality CPR, and current PALS guidelines include aanbsp;...
|Title||:||LANGE Current Diagnosis and Treatment Pediatric Emergency Medicine|
|Author||:||C. Keith Stone, Roger Humphries, Dorian Drigalla, Maria Stephan|
|Publisher||:||McGraw Hill Professional - 2014-10-06|