2 edition of emergency syndromes in pediatric practice. found in the catalog.
emergency syndromes in pediatric practice.
Alfred J. Vignec
|Other titles||Syndromes in pediatric practice.|
|LC Classifications||RJ47 .V5|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||382|
|LC Control Number||59014908|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Vignec, Alfred J. Emergency syndromes in pediatric practice. New York, Landsberger Medical Books . I am not certain that this book would be any faster or more informative than a larger volume.
For the physician not dealing exclusively with children, this could be a useful text. It covers the emergency syndromes of childhood and concisely outlines good, fundamental medicine in.
This well-written, informative book includes 10 chapters, with a good short outline of the material included in each chapter. The material is well presented, easy to read, and covers the most important emergency syndromes seen in pediatric : John A.
Bigler. Now in its Sixth Edition, the best-selling Textbook of Pediatric Emergency Medicine is the most comprehensive textbook in this specialty.
The editors are considered the founders of pediatric emergency medicine, and this text covers all pediatric emergencies and acute illnesses. All critical emergency information, including shock, resuscitation, and life-threatening conditions, are placed in 5/5(3).
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Now with a new full-color page layout--and many full-color illustrations--it encompasses all of today's scientific and clinical knowledge, with a focus on the diagnosis and management of the problems most frequently encountered in the emergency department. • Send someone to activate emergency response & retrieve AED.
• Check for pulse (no more than. 10 seconds) • If no pulse, begin sets of 30 chest compressions and 2 breaths.
• Lone rescuer activates emergency response after 2 minutes of CPR. • Use AED as soon as Size: 1MB. Edited by respected and well-known leaders in the field, the book provides brief, but thorough, descriptions of the different syndromes commonly encountered in clinical practice across the pediatric range.
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