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Fleisher & Ludwig's Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine

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  • Description
    Overcome the latest clinical challenges in the emergency care of pediatric patients!

    Fleisher & Ludwig's Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine has long been acknowledged as the indispensible comprehensive clinical reference on diagnosing and managing emergent health issues in children. Now, a new editorial team and an all-star collection of contributing authorities have meticulously updated this essential work, bringing you all of the most recent approaches to virtually any pediatric emergency you are likely to encounter in practice.
    • A multitude of new chapters and comprehensive updates put the latest know-how at your fingertips, helping you to optimally manage young patients.
    • A reorganized, streamlined table of contents and refined chapter template for medical emergencies, trauma, surgical emergencies, and behavioral health emergencies approaches pediatric emergencies the way you engage with them in practice.
    • New clinical pathways section provide key steps for managing critical patients
    • New related chapters feature in most chapters enables you to easily cross-reference content across chapters.
    • New colorful design
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition , which can be downloaded to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • A powerful search that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages , references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
    • Online-only content includes e-figures, e-tables and additional resources
    See the inside front cover to find out how to access your eBook!
  • Specs
    Edition
    7
    ISBN/ISSN
    9781451193954
    Product Format
    HC-Printed Cover
    Trim Size
    8.375 x 10.875
    Pages
    1548
    Illustration
    997
    Table
    0
    Edition
    7
    Publication Date
    December 17, 2015
    Weight
    6.95
  • Richard G Bachur MD
    Professor of Pediatrics
    Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine
    Harvard Medical School
    Chief, Division of Emergency Medicine
    Boston Children's Hospital
    Boston, Massachusetts
    Kathy N. Shaw MD, MSCE

    Professor and Associate Chair
    Department of Pediatrics
    Perleman School of Medicine, the University of Pennsylvania
    The Nicholas Crognale Endowed Chair in Emergency Medicine
    The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
    Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • Features
    • A multitude of new chapters and comprehensive updates put the latest know-how at your fingertips, helping you to optimally manage young patients.
    • A reorganized, streamlined table of contents and refined chapter template for medical emergencies, trauma, surgical emergencies, and behavioral health emergencies approaches pediatric emergencies the way you engage with them in practice.
    • New clinical pathways section provide key steps for managing critical patients
    • New related chapters feature in most chapters enables you to easily cross-reference content across chapters.
    • New colorful design
    Now with the print edition, enjoy the bundled interactive eBook edition , which can be downloaded to your tablet and smartphone or accessed online and includes features like:
    • Complete content with enhanced navigation
    • A powerful search that pulls results from content in the book, your notes, and even the web
    • Cross-linked pages , references, and more for easy navigation
    • Highlighting tool for easier reference of key content throughout the text
    • Ability to take and share notes with friends and colleagues
    • Quick reference tabbing to save your favorite content for future use
    • Online-only content includes e-figures, e-tables and additional resources
  • Table of contents
    INTRO, 0, Quality Outcomes and Stabilization

    Section I: Resuscitation and Stabilization
    1. A General Approach to the Ill and Injured Child
    2. ATLS for children with approach to injured child
    3. Airway
    4. CPR Resuscitation
    5. Shock
    6. Stabilization and Transport

    Section II: Signs & Symptoms
    7. Abdominal distension
    8. Agitated Child
    9. Apnea
    10. Ataxia
    11. Breast lesions
    12. Coma
    13. Constipation
    14. Cough
    15. Crying
    16. Cyanosis
    17. Dehydration
    18. Diarrhea
    19. DIZZINESS AND VERTIGO
    20. Edema
    21. Epistaxis
    22. Eye: Red Eye
    23. Eye: Strabismus
    24. Eye: Unequal pupils
    25. Eye: Visual Disturbances
    26. Fever
    27. Foreign Body Ingestion and Aspiration
    28. Gastrointestinal bleeding
    29. Groin masses
    30. Hearing loss
    31. Heart murmurs
    32. Hematuria
    33. Hypertension
    34. Immobile arm
    35. Injury-ankle
    36. Injury-head
    37. Injury-knee
    38. Injury-shoulder
    39. Jaundice-conjugated hyperbilirubinemia
    40. Jaundice-unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia
    41. Limp
    42. Lymphadenopathy
    43. Neck mass
    44. Neck stiffness
    45. Odor - unusual
    46. Oligomenorrhea
    47. Oral lesions
    48. Pain-abdomen
    49. Pain-back
    50. Pain-chest
    51. Pain-dysphagia
    52. Pain-dysuria
    53. Pain-earache
    54. Pain-headache
    55. Pain-joints
    56. Pain-Scrotal
    57. Pallor
    58. Palpitations
    59. Polydypsia
    60. Rash - Atopic/Contact Dermatitis and Photosensitivity
    61. Rash - Bacterial and Fungal Infections/Rash-maculopapular
    62. RASH— BLISTERING ERUPTIONS (VESICOBULLOUS)
    63. Rash - Drug Eruptions
    64. Rash - Neonatal
    65. Rash - Viral Infections and papulosquamous eruptions
    66. Respiratory distress
    67. Seizures
    68. Septic appearing infant
    69. Sore throat
    70. Stridor
    71. Syncope
    72. Tachycardia
    73. Triage
    74. Urinary frequency
    75 Vaginal bleeding
    76. Vaginal discharge
    77. Vomiting
    78. Weakness
    79. Weight loss
    80. Wheezing

    Section III: Clinical Pathways
    81. Introduction to Clinical Pathways
    82. Abdominal Pain (in females) ( Lower Abdominal Pain, Female)
    83. Appendicitis (suspected) Suspected appendicitis
    84. Asthma
    85. Bronchiolitis
    86. Dehydration
    87. Febrile Infant
    88. Fever in Babies, Toddlers
    89. Head Trauma
    90. Pneumonia – Community Acquired CA Pneumonia
    91. Shock
    92. UTI (febrile) (Febrile UTI)

    Section IV: Medical Emergencies
    93. Allergic Emergencies
    94. Cardiac emergencies
    95. Child abuse/Assault
    96. Dermatologic urgencies and emergencies
    97. Endocrine Emergencies
    98. Environmental Emergencies: Radiological; Bites and stings
    99. Gastrointestinal emergencies
    100. Gynecology emergencies
    101. Hematologic emergencies
    102. Infectious Disease Emergencies, Travel Medicine, and Sexually Transmitted Infections
    103. Metabolic emergencies
    104. Neonatal problems
    105. Neurologic emergencies
    106. Oncologic emergencies
    107. Pulmonary emergencies -Cystic Fibrosis
    108. Renal and electrolyte emergencies
    109. Rheumatologic emergencies
    110. Toxicologic emergencies
    Section V: Trauma
    111. Abdominal Trauma
    112. Burns
    113. Dental Trauma
    114. ENT Trauma
    115. Facial Trauma
    116. Genitourinary Trauma
    117. Hand Trauma
    118. Minor Trauma
    119. Musculoskeletal Trauma
    120. Neck Trauma
    121. Neurotrauma
    122. Ocular Trauma
    123. Thoracic Trauma

    Section VI: Surgical Emergencies
    124 Abdominal Emergencies
    125 Dental Emergencies
    126 ENT Emergencies
    127 Genitourinary emergencies
    126 Minor Lesions
    129 Musculoskeletal (Orthopedic) emergencies
    130 Neurosurgical emergencies
    131 Ophthalmic Emergencies
    132 Thoracic emergencies
    133 Transplantation emergencies

    Section VII: Behavioral Health Emergencies
    134. Behavioral and Psychiatric Emergencies
    135. Sexual Assault: Child & Adolescent

    Section VIII: Procedures & appendices
    136. Biological and Chemical Terrorism
    137. Equipment (from Gauche)
    138. Instructions for parents
    139. Prehospital Care
    140. Procedural Sedation
    141. Procedures
    142. Ultrasound
    143. Technology Assisted Children
    INTRO 0 Quality Outcomes and Stabilization
    Section I: Resuscitation and Stabilization
    1. A General Approach to the Ill and Injured Child
    2. ATLS for children with approach to injured child
    3. Airway
    4. CPR Resuscitation
    5. Shock
    6. Stabilization and Transport

    Section II: Signs & Symptoms
    7. Abdominal distension
    8. Agitated Child
    9. Apnea
    10. Ataxia
    11. Breast lesions
    12. Coma
    13. Constipation
    14. Cough
    15. Crying
    16. Cyanosis
    17. Dehydration
    18. Diarrhea
    19. DIZZINESS AND VERTIGO
    20. Edema
    21. Epistaxis
    22. Eye: Red Eye
    23. Eye: Strabismus
    24. Eye: Unequal pupils
    25. Eye: Visual Disturbances
    26. Fever
    27. Foreign Body Ingestion and Aspiration
    28. Gastrointestinal bleeding
    29. Groin masses
    30. Hearing loss
    31. Heart murmurs
    32. Hematuria
    33. Hypertension
    34. Immobile arm
    35. Injury-ankle
    36. Injury-head
    37. Injury-knee
    38. Injury-shoulder
    39. Jaundice-conjugated hyperbilirubinemia
    40. Jaundice-unconjugated hyperbilirubinemia
    41. Limp
    42. Lymphadenopathy
    43. Neck mass
    44. Neck stiffness
    45. Odor - unusual
    46. Oligomenorrhea
    47. Oral lesions
    48. Pain-abdomen
    49. Pain-back
    50. Pain-chest
    51. Pain-dysphagia
    52. Pain-dysuria
    53. Pain-earache
    54. Pain-headache
    55. Pain-joints
    56. Pain-Scrotal
    57. Pallor
    58. Palpitations
    59. Polydypsia
    60. Rash - Atopic/Contact Dermatitis and Photosensitivity
    61. Rash - Bacterial and Fungal Infections/Rash-maculopapular
    62. RASH— BLISTERING ERUPTIONS (VESICOBULLOUS)
    63. Rash - Drug Eruptions
    64. Rash - Neonatal
    65. Rash - Viral Infections and papulosquamous eruptions
    66. Respiratory distress
    67. Seizures
    68. Septic appearing infant
    69. Sore throat
    70. Stridor
    71. Syncope
    72. Tachycardia
    73. Triage
    74. Urinary frequency
    75. Vaginal bleeding
    76. Vaginal discharge
    77. Vomiting
    78. Weakness
    79. Weight loss
    80. Wheezing

    Section III: Clinical Pathways
    81. Introduction to Clinical Pathways
    82. Abdominal Pain (in females) ( Lower Abdominal Pain, Female)
    83. Appendicitis (suspected) Suspected appendicitis
    84. Asthma
    85. Bronchiolitis
    86. Dehydration
    87. Febrile Infant
    88. Fever in Babies, Toddlers
    89. Head Trauma
    90. Pneumonia – Community Acquired CA Pneumonia
    91. Shock
    92. UTI (febrile) (Febrile UTI)

    Section IV: Medical Emergencies
    93. Allergic Emergencies
    94. Cardiac emergencies
    95. Child abuse/Assault
    96. Dermatologic urgencies and emergencies
    97. Endocrine Emergencies
    98. Environmental Emergencies: Radiological; Bites and stings
    99. Gastrointestinal emergencies
    100. Gynecology emergencies
    101. Hematologic emergencies
    102. Infectious Disease Emergencies, Travel Medicine, and Sexually Transmitted Infections
    103. Metabolic emergencies
    104. Neonatal problems
    105. Neurologic emergencies
    106. Oncologic emergencies
    107. Pulmonary emergencies -Cystic Fibrosis
    108. Renal and electrolyte emergencies
    109. Rheumatologic emergencies
    110. Toxicologic emergencies
    Section V: Trauma
    111. Abdominal Trauma
    112. Burns
    113. Dental trauma
    114. ENT Trauma
    115. Facial Trauma
    116. Genitourinary trauma
    117. Hand trauma
    118. Minor trauma
    119. Musculoskeletal trauma
    120. Neck Trauma
    121. Neurotrauma
    122. Ocular trauma
    123. Thoracic Trauma

    Section VI: Surgical Emergencies
    124. Abdominal Emergencies
    125. Dental Emergencies
    126. ENT Emergencies
    127. Genitourinary emergencies
    128. Minor Lesions
    129. Musculoskeletal (Orthopedic) emergencies
    130. Neurosurgical emergencies
    131. Ophthalmic Emergencies
    132. Thoracic emergencies
    133. Transplantation emergencies

    Section VII: Behavioral Health Emergencies
    134. Behavioral and Psychiatric Emergencies
    135. Sexual Assault: Child & Adolescent

    Section VIII: Procedures & appendices
    136. Biological and Chemical Terrorism
    137. Equipment (from Gauche)
    138. Instructions for parents
    139. Prehospital Care
    140. Procedural Sedation
    141. Procedures
    142. Ultrasound
    143. Technology Assisted Children
  • Editorial Reviews
    'covers the full spectrum of pediatric illness and disease that may be encountered in an emergency department'
    'online availability, clinical pathways , and a focus on quality of care'
    'the most up-to-date evidence and clinical guidelines for pediatric emergency medicine'
    'The editors are all involved with large children's hospitals in the U.S, lending their expertise and experience to the book'
    ' excellent book that is a great resource for anyone involved with treating children in the acute care setting'
    Weighted Numerical Score: 90 - 4 Stars!
    - Doodys Publishers' Club, February 5, 2016
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