This practical, pocket-sized reference provides guidance on the core clinical information essential for rotating through a pediatric clerkship. Divided into three sections, the text outlines the practical skills and procedures needed on rotation; organizes clinical discussions by presentations (symptom, sign, or abnormal lab value); and presents discussions of problems organized by specific diagnosis. Organizes material according to the types of questions students will be asked on rounds. Details a full range of basic procedures. Enables readers to assess their knowledge and prepare for exams with a wealth of multiple-choice questions at the end of the text. Focuses readers on the core material and most common complaints seen on rounds. Features helpful learning aids which focus the reader on essential information AAm real life clinical problems in Practice Cases AAm Key Points and Learning Objectives at the beginning of each chapter.Parents may voice specific concerns, or the physician may be the first one to suggest that a child is developing slowly. ... the special needs of some of your Pediatric clerkship patients, and it will aid you in helping families with these needsanbsp;...
|Title||:||Pediatric Clerkship Guide|
|Author||:||Jerold C. Woodhead|
|Publisher||:||Mosby Incorporated - 2003|