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Manual of childhood infections / E. Graham Davies ... [et al.] for the British Paediatric Association.

Contributor(s): Material type: TextTextPublication details: London : W.B. Saunders, c1996.ISBN:
  • 0702018325
Subject(s): DDC classification:
  • 618.92 20
Contents:
1. Congenital Infection -- 2. Neonatal Infection -- 3. The Child with an Upper Respiratory Tract Infection -- 4. The Child with a Lower Respiratory Tract Infection -- 5. The Child with a Bone or Joint Infection -- 6. The Child with Diarrhoea and Vomiting -- 7. Urinary Tract Infections in Children -- 8. Management of Suspected Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Prepubertal Children -- 9. The Child with a Cardiac Infection -- 10. The Child with Bacterial Meningitis -- 11. The Child with Acute Encephalitis -- 12. The Child with Septic Shock -- 13. The Child with Toxic Shock Syndrome -- 14. The Child with a Rash -- 15. The Child with a Pyrexia of Unknown Origin -- 16. The Child with Suspected Immunodeficiency -- 17. Management of the Immunocompromised Child with Infection -- 18. Management of the Child with Systemic Fungal Infection -- 19. The Child with HIV Infection -- 20. Preparation for Travel Abroad -- 21. Management of the Child with an Infection Contracted Abroad -- 22. Refugees and Internationally Adopted Children -- 23. Zoonoses -- 24. Laboratory Diagnosis of Infection -- 25. The Use of Antibiotics -- 26. Infection Control in the Hospital -- 27. Infection Control in the Community -- 28. Amoebiasis -- 29. Arboviruses -- 30. Ascaris (Roundworm) -- 31. Aspergillosis -- 32. Botulism (Food-borne and Infant Botulism) -- 33. Brucellosis -- 34. Campylobacter Infection -- 35. Candidiasis (Thrush, Moniliasis) -- 36. Cat-Scratch Disease -- 37. Chickenpox and Herpes Zoster (Varicella-Zoster) -- 38. Chlamydia pneumoniae Infection -- 39. Chlamydia psittaci Infection -- 40. Chlamydia trachornatis Infection -- 41. Cholera -- 42. Conjunctivitis -- 43. Cryptosporidiosis -- 44. Cytomegalovirus Infection -- 45. Dermatophytoses: Tinea Capitis, Corporis, Pedis and Unguium -- 46. Diphtheria -- 47. Enterovirus Infection -- 48. Escherichia coli Diarrhoea -- 49. Giardiasis -- 50. Gonococcal Infection -- 51. Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome -- 52. Haemophilus influenzae Infection -- 53. Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease -- 54. Helicobacter pylori Infection -- 55. Hepatitis A -- 56. Hepatitis B -- 57. Hepatitis C -- 58. Hepatitis E -- 59. Herpes Infections -- 60. Infectious Mononucleosis (Glandular Fever) -- 61. Influenza -- 62. Invasive Helminthiasis causing Multisystem Disease (Cysticercosis, Gnathostomiasis, Hydatid Disease, Schistosomiasis, Strongyloidiasis, Trichinosis) -- 63. Kawasaki Disease -- 64. Legionnaires' Disease -- 65. Leishmaniasis: Visceral (Kala-azar) and Cutaneous Leishmaniasis -- 66. Listeriosis -- 67. Lyme Disease -- 68. Malaria -- 69. Measles -- 70. Meningococcal Disease -- 71. Mumps -- 72. Mycobacterial Infection (Atypical) -- 73. Mycoplasma Infections -- 74. Nits and Head Lice -- 75. Parvovirus Infection: Fifth Disease (Erythema Infectiosum or Slapped Cheek Disease) -- 76. Pertussis (Whooping Cough) -- 77. Plague -- 78. Pneumocytsis carinii Pneumonia -- 79. Poliomyelitis -- 80. Pexvirus Infection (Including Molluscum Contagiosum) -- 81. Prion disease (Spongiform Encephalopathies) -- 82. Rabies -- 83. Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection -- 84. Roseola Infantum, Exanthema Subitum or Sixth Disease (human herpesvirus 6/7 Infection) -- 85. Rotavirus and other Viral Enteropathogens -- 86. Rubella -- 87. Salmonellosis -- 88. Scabies -- 89. Shigellosis -- 90. Staphylococcal Infections -- 91. Streptococcal Infections -- 92. Syphilis (Congenital and Acquired) and Non-venereal Treponematoses -- 93. Tetanus -- 94. Threadworms -- 95. Toxocariasis -- 96. Toxoplasmosis -- 97. Tuberculosis -- 98. Typhoid and Paratyphoid Fevers -- 99. Typhus -- 100. Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers -- 101. Warts and Verrucae -- 102. Yellow Fever -- 103. Yersinosis -- App. Mortality and Morbidity from Infectious Disease in the UK -- App. Neonatal Antibiotic Dosages -- App. Antimicrobials for the Infant and Child (excluding Neonates) -- App. Notifiable Diseases 1995 -- App. Exclusion Periods -- App. Contraindications to Immunization -- App. Immunization of the Child with a Potentially Impaired Immune Response -- App. Further Reading.
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1. Congenital Infection -- 2. Neonatal Infection -- 3. The Child with an Upper Respiratory Tract Infection -- 4. The Child with a Lower Respiratory Tract Infection -- 5. The Child with a Bone or Joint Infection -- 6. The Child with Diarrhoea and Vomiting -- 7. Urinary Tract Infections in Children -- 8. Management of Suspected Sexually Transmitted Diseases in Prepubertal Children -- 9. The Child with a Cardiac Infection -- 10. The Child with Bacterial Meningitis -- 11. The Child with Acute Encephalitis -- 12. The Child with Septic Shock -- 13. The Child with Toxic Shock Syndrome -- 14. The Child with a Rash -- 15. The Child with a Pyrexia of Unknown Origin -- 16. The Child with Suspected Immunodeficiency -- 17. Management of the Immunocompromised Child with Infection -- 18. Management of the Child with Systemic Fungal Infection -- 19. The Child with HIV Infection -- 20. Preparation for Travel Abroad -- 21. Management of the Child with an Infection Contracted Abroad -- 22. Refugees and Internationally Adopted Children -- 23. Zoonoses -- 24. Laboratory Diagnosis of Infection -- 25. The Use of Antibiotics -- 26. Infection Control in the Hospital -- 27. Infection Control in the Community -- 28. Amoebiasis -- 29. Arboviruses -- 30. Ascaris (Roundworm) -- 31. Aspergillosis -- 32. Botulism (Food-borne and Infant Botulism) -- 33. Brucellosis -- 34. Campylobacter Infection -- 35. Candidiasis (Thrush, Moniliasis) -- 36. Cat-Scratch Disease -- 37. Chickenpox and Herpes Zoster (Varicella-Zoster) -- 38. Chlamydia pneumoniae Infection -- 39. Chlamydia psittaci Infection -- 40. Chlamydia trachornatis Infection -- 41. Cholera -- 42. Conjunctivitis -- 43. Cryptosporidiosis -- 44. Cytomegalovirus Infection -- 45. Dermatophytoses: Tinea Capitis, Corporis, Pedis and Unguium -- 46. Diphtheria -- 47. Enterovirus Infection -- 48. Escherichia coli Diarrhoea -- 49. Giardiasis -- 50. Gonococcal Infection -- 51. Haemolytic Uraemic Syndrome -- 52. Haemophilus influenzae Infection -- 53. Hand, Foot and Mouth Disease -- 54. Helicobacter pylori Infection -- 55. Hepatitis A -- 56. Hepatitis B -- 57. Hepatitis C -- 58. Hepatitis E -- 59. Herpes Infections -- 60. Infectious Mononucleosis (Glandular Fever) -- 61. Influenza -- 62. Invasive Helminthiasis causing Multisystem Disease (Cysticercosis, Gnathostomiasis, Hydatid Disease, Schistosomiasis, Strongyloidiasis, Trichinosis) -- 63. Kawasaki Disease -- 64. Legionnaires' Disease -- 65. Leishmaniasis: Visceral (Kala-azar) and Cutaneous Leishmaniasis -- 66. Listeriosis -- 67. Lyme Disease -- 68. Malaria -- 69. Measles -- 70. Meningococcal Disease -- 71. Mumps -- 72. Mycobacterial Infection (Atypical) -- 73. Mycoplasma Infections -- 74. Nits and Head Lice -- 75. Parvovirus Infection: Fifth Disease (Erythema Infectiosum or Slapped Cheek Disease) -- 76. Pertussis (Whooping Cough) -- 77. Plague -- 78. Pneumocytsis carinii Pneumonia -- 79. Poliomyelitis -- 80. Pexvirus Infection (Including Molluscum Contagiosum) -- 81. Prion disease (Spongiform Encephalopathies) -- 82. Rabies -- 83. Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection -- 84. Roseola Infantum, Exanthema Subitum or Sixth Disease (human herpesvirus 6/7 Infection) -- 85. Rotavirus and other Viral Enteropathogens -- 86. Rubella -- 87. Salmonellosis -- 88. Scabies -- 89. Shigellosis -- 90. Staphylococcal Infections -- 91. Streptococcal Infections -- 92. Syphilis (Congenital and Acquired) and Non-venereal Treponematoses -- 93. Tetanus -- 94. Threadworms -- 95. Toxocariasis -- 96. Toxoplasmosis -- 97. Tuberculosis -- 98. Typhoid and Paratyphoid Fevers -- 99. Typhus -- 100. Viral Haemorrhagic Fevers -- 101. Warts and Verrucae -- 102. Yellow Fever -- 103. Yersinosis -- App. Mortality and Morbidity from Infectious Disease in the UK -- App. Neonatal Antibiotic Dosages -- App. Antimicrobials for the Infant and Child (excluding Neonates) -- App. Notifiable Diseases 1995 -- App. Exclusion Periods -- App. Contraindications to Immunization -- App. Immunization of the Child with a Potentially Impaired Immune Response -- App. Further Reading.