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Paediatrics at a Glance [electronic resource].

By: Contributor(s): Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9780470654521Publication details: Hoboken : John Wiley & Sons, 2012.Edition: 3rd edISBN:
  • 9781118306437
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: Print version:: Paediatrics at a GlanceDDC classification:
  • 618.92
LOC classification:
  • RJ45
Online resources:
Contents:
Paediatrics at a Glance; Contents; Preface to the third edition; Preface to the f?irst edition; Acknowledgements; Key to symbols used in the text; Abbreviations; Evaluation of the child; 1: The paediatric consultation; 2: Systems examination; 3: Development and developmental assessment; 4: Growth and puberty; 5: Understanding investigations:; I Haematology; II Radiology; III Microbiology; Moving through childhood; 6: The newborn baby; 7: Congenital abnormalities; 8: Screening and genetics; 9: The premature baby; 10: Nutrition in childhood; 11: Common behaviour problems
12: Child care and school13: Child health promotion; 14: Immunization and the diseases it protects against; Growth, endocrine and metabolic; 15: Weight faltering and failure to thrive; 16: Short stature and poor growth; 17: Obesity; 18: Diabetes; Cardiovascular disorders; 19: Congenital heart disease; 20: Heart murmurs; Fever; 21: Acute fever; 22: Persistent fever and serious recurrent infections; Respiratory disorders; 23: Cough and wheeze; 24: Stridor; 25: Swellings in the neck; 26: Asthma; 27: Cystic fibrosis; Abdominal disorders; 28: Acute abdominal pain; 29: Vomiting
30: Acute diarrhoea and dehydration31: Chronic diarrhoea; 32: Recurrent abdominal pain; 33: Constipation; Urogenital disorders; 34: Urinary tract infections; 35: Haematuria and proteinuria; 36: Bedwetting and daytime wetting; 37: Swellings in the groin and scrotum; Neurological disorders; 38: Developmental delay; 39: Headache; 40: Fits, faints and funny turns; 41: Epilepsy; 42: Cerebral palsy; Musculoskeletal disorders; 43: Swollen joints; 44: Juvenile idiopathic arthritis; 45: Leg pain and limp; 46: Common childhood skeletal problems; Blood disorders; 47: Anaemia and pallor; 48: Jaundice
49: Leukaemia and childhood cancerSkin; 50: Rashes-types of skin lesions; 51: Rashes-newborn, infancy and congenital skin disorders; 52: Rashes-infections and infestations; 53: Rashes-common inflammatory disorders; 54: Allergy; Emergency paediatrics; 55: Assessing the acutely ill child; 56: The collapsed child; 57: The unconscious child; 58: The f?itting child; 59: Accidents and burns; 60: Poisoning; Child health in the community; 61: Living with chronic illness; 62: Living with a disability; 63: Learning disability and autism; 64: Visual and hearing impairment; 65: Neglect and abuse
66: Adolescent issues67: Sudden infant death; 68: Ethics and the child in society; Core self-assessment case studies: questions; Extended self-assessment case studies: questions; Core self-assessment case studies: answers; Extended self-assessment case studies: answers; Index
Summary: Paediatrics at a Glance provides an introduction to paediatrics and the problems encountered in child health as they present in primary, community and secondary care, from birth through to adolescence. Each concise chapter diagrammatically summarises the main differential diagnoses for each presenting symptom, with accompanying text which covers important disorders and conditions as well as management information. Updates and new features for this edition include: New chapters on 'Ethical Issues in Paediatrics' and 'Screening and Genetics'Fully updated conten
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Paediatrics at a Glance; Contents; Preface to the third edition; Preface to the f?irst edition; Acknowledgements; Key to symbols used in the text; Abbreviations; Evaluation of the child; 1: The paediatric consultation; 2: Systems examination; 3: Development and developmental assessment; 4: Growth and puberty; 5: Understanding investigations:; I Haematology; II Radiology; III Microbiology; Moving through childhood; 6: The newborn baby; 7: Congenital abnormalities; 8: Screening and genetics; 9: The premature baby; 10: Nutrition in childhood; 11: Common behaviour problems

12: Child care and school13: Child health promotion; 14: Immunization and the diseases it protects against; Growth, endocrine and metabolic; 15: Weight faltering and failure to thrive; 16: Short stature and poor growth; 17: Obesity; 18: Diabetes; Cardiovascular disorders; 19: Congenital heart disease; 20: Heart murmurs; Fever; 21: Acute fever; 22: Persistent fever and serious recurrent infections; Respiratory disorders; 23: Cough and wheeze; 24: Stridor; 25: Swellings in the neck; 26: Asthma; 27: Cystic fibrosis; Abdominal disorders; 28: Acute abdominal pain; 29: Vomiting

30: Acute diarrhoea and dehydration31: Chronic diarrhoea; 32: Recurrent abdominal pain; 33: Constipation; Urogenital disorders; 34: Urinary tract infections; 35: Haematuria and proteinuria; 36: Bedwetting and daytime wetting; 37: Swellings in the groin and scrotum; Neurological disorders; 38: Developmental delay; 39: Headache; 40: Fits, faints and funny turns; 41: Epilepsy; 42: Cerebral palsy; Musculoskeletal disorders; 43: Swollen joints; 44: Juvenile idiopathic arthritis; 45: Leg pain and limp; 46: Common childhood skeletal problems; Blood disorders; 47: Anaemia and pallor; 48: Jaundice

49: Leukaemia and childhood cancerSkin; 50: Rashes-types of skin lesions; 51: Rashes-newborn, infancy and congenital skin disorders; 52: Rashes-infections and infestations; 53: Rashes-common inflammatory disorders; 54: Allergy; Emergency paediatrics; 55: Assessing the acutely ill child; 56: The collapsed child; 57: The unconscious child; 58: The f?itting child; 59: Accidents and burns; 60: Poisoning; Child health in the community; 61: Living with chronic illness; 62: Living with a disability; 63: Learning disability and autism; 64: Visual and hearing impairment; 65: Neglect and abuse

66: Adolescent issues67: Sudden infant death; 68: Ethics and the child in society; Core self-assessment case studies: questions; Extended self-assessment case studies: questions; Core self-assessment case studies: answers; Extended self-assessment case studies: answers; Index

Paediatrics at a Glance provides an introduction to paediatrics and the problems encountered in child health as they present in primary, community and secondary care, from birth through to adolescence. Each concise chapter diagrammatically summarises the main differential diagnoses for each presenting symptom, with accompanying text which covers important disorders and conditions as well as management information. Updates and new features for this edition include: New chapters on 'Ethical Issues in Paediatrics' and 'Screening and Genetics'Fully updated conten