-- The definitive book on neonatology-- Thoroughly updated and revised to include new developments in this rapidly changing field.-- Includes over 122 contributors.This 2-volume qbibleq of neonatology has been exhaustively updated to reflect all of the sweeping developments that have recently occurred in neonatal-perinatal medicine. Representing every relevant specialty, its 122 renowned contributors discuss everything from the latest discoveries in molecular biology, immunology, and genetics...through the newest techniques for ventilation and imaging...to the ethics of how viability is defined. In this comprehensively updated 5th Edition, 25% of the authors are brand new and all material incorporated evidence from the most recent clinical trials.-- Examines new non-invasive monitoring systems-- Incorporates brand-new material on the history of neonatology...medical and surgical treatment of the fetus...and practicing evidence-based neonatal/perinatal medicine.-- Contains new material on high-frequency ventilation and cutting-edge guidelines for managing a micropremie.-- Explores how recent advances in genetics have expanded the options for testing and treating various disorders.-- Offers added coverage on the management of neonatal ventilation.-- Features a new chapter stressing collaboration between neonatologists, perinatologists, and obstetricians.-- Delivers an enhanced focus on evidence-based medicine.-- Presents increased information on databases used for the evaluation of outcomes in neonatal medicine.-- Provides all-new references to reflect the most recent sources in the literature...many new and updated case studies...andnumerous brand-new illustrations and tables.Mitchell G, et al: Congenital anomalies in glutaric aciduria type 2, J Pediatr 104: 961, 1984. ... In Hommes FA, editor: Techniques in diagnostic human biochemical genetics: a laboratory manual, New York, 1991, Wiley-Liss, p 177. ... Pauli RM, et al: Association of congenital deficiency of multiple vitamin K- dependent coagulation factors and the ... Rutledge SL, et al: Neonatal hemodialysis: effective therapy for the encephalopathy of inborn errors of metabolism, J Pediatr 116:125, 1990.
|Author||:||Avroy A. Fanaroff, Richard John Martin|
|Publisher||:||C.V. Mosby - 1997|