PEDIATRICS AT A GLANCE PDF

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Paediatrics at a Glance provides an introduction to paediatrics and the problems encountered in child health as they present in primary, community and. هدية النهاردة:D كتاب Paediatrics at a Glance 4th Edition كتاب غاية في الروعة من سلسلة كتب at a Glance الغنية عن التعريف وبأحدث إصدار ليه Page% pdf. Paediatrics at a Glance Lawrence Miall Mary Rudolf Malcolm Levene Blackwell Science. Rudolf Malcolm Levene Blackwell Science Paediatrics at a Glance This book is Neuroanatomy and neuroscience at a glance pdf.


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Title: Paediatrics at a glance, 4th edition. Page number ISSUU Downloader is a free to use tool for downloading any book or publication on ISSUU. Paediatrics at a Glance Dedication To our children: Charlie, Mollie and Rosie, Aaron and Becca, Edward and Daniel and our spouses: Domini, Michael and. It is a daunting prospect to learn paediatrics at undergraduate level. had in mind when writing the excellent second edition of Paediatrics at a glance. I should.

The paediatric environment is very different to the world of adult medicine.

This can all be daunting to those who are new to the specialty but developing the skills and confidence in successfully managing these challenges can enable professionals to make significant differences to the lives of children and families. This makes paediatric medicine amongst the most rewarding of all the medical specialties.

In preparing the third edition we have updated the text to reflect changes in understanding of childhood illness over the last 5 years. The new edition includes advances in genetics, screening and therapy of childhood illness. Topics have been updated to incorporate UK national guidelines on childhood urinary tract infection, constipation, fever, allergy, diabetes and meningitis.

Children have complex needs which require medical staff to work together with other professionals in child health, psychology, education and social care. There is increasing recognition of the need for all health professionals to have a good understanding of their role in safeguarding vulnerable people. New chapters have been added to expand on psychological issues and ethics in child health.

Medications are available in multiple concentrations, therefore orders written in "mL" rather than "mg" are not acceptable and require further clarification. Dosing also varies by indication, therefore diagnostic information is helpful when calculating doses. The following examples are typically encountered when dosing medication in children.

Example 1.

Calculate the dose of amoxicillin suspension in mLs for otitis media for a 1-yr-old child weighing 22 lb. Step 1. Calculate the dose of ceftriaxone in mLs for meningitis for a 5-yr-old weighing 18 kg. All rights reserved.

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ISBN Pediatrics—Handbooks, manuals, etc. WS 39 Mp ] I. Rudolf, Mary. Levene, Malcolm I.

At a glance series Oxford, England RJ M Fiona GoodgameManaging Editor: Geraldine JeffersProduction Editor: Karen MooreProduction Controller: Kate CharmanFor further information on Blackwell Science, visit our website: Preface He knew the cause of every maladye, to paediatric problems and child health as they present in primary, com- Were it of hoot or cold or moiste or drye, munity and secondary care. We have now taken the familiar At a Glance And where engendred and of what humour: We have also attempted to distil paediatric management.

It is particularly likely to appeal to those whofor the student not only the knowledge base they require but in addition take a visual approach to learning.

We have in addition placed great emphasis on the evaluation of Lawrence Miallthe child as he or she presents. In both we have attempted to provide a working approach July Acknowledgements 37 Acute rashesVarious Figures are taken from: Rudolf, M.

Bannister, B. Paediatrics and Child Health. Blackwell Science, Oxford. Child Growth Foundation. Figure British Heart Foundation. Figure 5. Heffner, L.

Courtesy of Dr Katherine Thompson. Figure 36 macule: Courtesy of Mollie Miall. Ethical issues A number of difficult ethical issues arise in treating infants and children. These include: This requires an When seeing a child over a period of time this interaction will evolve understanding and appreciation of child health and normal develop- gradually from a relationship predominantly with the parents to one ment so that we can put the illness into context, and treat both the illness with the child as an individual making their own decisions.

Paediatrics covers all aspects of medicine relating to children.

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As the The relationship in a paediatric consultation needs to be with both the children grow, so the nature of their medical needs changes, until they child and the carers, usually the parents. Whilst obtaining information match those of an adult. The younger the child the greater the difference from the carer it is vitally important to establish and build a relationship in physiology and anatomy from an adult, and so the greater the range with the child.

This relationship changes rapidly with age—a newborn of health-related issues to be considered. Paediatrics is not just about baby will be totally reliant on the parent to represent them, whilst a 10 Evaluation of the child The older child needs to start taking responsibility for their bed.

Look at the child as you examine them. Use a style and languagehealth, and should be fully involved in the consultation. Older children andTaking a good history is a vital skill. The history can often lead to the adolescents should always be examined with a chaperone—usually adiagnosis without needing to perform extensive examination or parent but if the child prefers, a nurse. Allow as much privacy asinvestigations.

The history can be taken from a parent, a carer or from possible when dressing and undressing the child.

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Record who gave the history and in what context. Try to use open ques- them to get dressed before moving on to the next region. Always sterilize or dispose ofdiagnoses.

Ask about all ill- child—this can be done whilst talking to the parents or taking thenesses and hospital attendances, including accidents. Does the child look well, ill, or severely unwell?Birth Information More information.

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Smith, Dominic, , author. If additional space is required, please use the back of this. The following examples are typically encountered when dosing medication in children.

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