Pediatrics at a Glance

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Editors: Steven Altschuler, Stephen Ludwig 1998 The practice of pediatrics is undergoing monumental changes as the result of a rapid evolution in health care delivery and financing and ongoing new developments in clinical diagnosis and therapy. The focus away from specialty-dominated care toward a primary-care model is forcing primary-care providers to assume a greater and more comprehensive role in […]

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Paediatrics at a Glance

Paediatrics at a Glance Wiley-Blackwell-1

Lawrence Miall Mary Rudolf Dominic Smith 2016 “ ‘What is the use of a book,’ thought Alice, ‘without pictures or conversations?’ ” Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland. Paediatric medicine requires an understanding of developing anatomy, physiology and psychology as well as a holistic family-orientated approach.There are a wide range of professional challenges: from the technical aspects of intensive care […]

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Réanimation pédiatrique

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Olivier Paut Gilles Orliaguet 2013 Après plus de 35 années d’exercice exclusif de l’anesthésie réanimation pédiatrique au sein de l’hôpital d’enfants de la Timone, c’est un grand plaisir pour moi, et un grand honneur, d’être sollicité par mon successeur Olivier Paut pour écrire la préface de ce nouveau traité de réanimation pédiatrique qu’il édite en collaboration avec Gilles Orliaguet. […]

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Atlas of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis 2017

BASIL J. ZITELLI SARA C. McINTIRE ANDREW J. NOWALK 2018 In pediatrics, visual recognition of a variety of disorders is oftentimes the key factor in diagnosis. Experienced clinicians who have seen a wide spectrum of disorders carry a wealth of information for diagnosis and teaching. Despite the increased reliance on technology to make a diagnosis, history and physical examination […]

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Pediatric Diagnostic Imaging-1

Editor-in-Chief BRIAN D. COLEY 2019 A small number of valuable and influential texts have outlived their creators, evolving over years through the efforts of new authors and editors. Sir William Osler’s The Principles and Practice of Medicine was published from 1892 to 2001; Sir Vincent Zachary Cope’s Early Diagnosis of the Acute Abdomen, currently in its 22nd edition, first appeared […]

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