Paediatrics and child health book

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paediatrics and child health book

Paediatrics and Child Health, 3rd Edition | Wiley

ISBN The old adage is never judge a book by its cover. So, bypassing the hearty endorsement from Sir David Hall, I delved into this textbook wondering what it might be able to offer me over and above the myriad of other core paediatric textbooks currently on the market. I have never actually seen the first edition of this textbook, but was promised that this second edition had been thoroughly revised, updated and extended. Glossy, neatly laid out, with a good mix of pictures, sketches, photos, and text, this textbook boasts an extensive list of contributors and three editors. It begins with acquainting the reader with the clinical skills required to take a history from a paediatric patient and how to perform an appropriate examination depending on the age of the child.
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Paediatrics and Child Health, 2nd Edition

Gastrointestinal disorders. Published On: August 23, Pages: - This third edition has been substantially updated throughout and includes new chilr on cardiac conditions and social paediatrics. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends people be under pediatric care up to the age of 21, [1] though usually only minors under 18 are required to be under pediatric care.

In most jurisdictions, Clinics, specialization in pediatrics may begin before completion of this degree. Hospitals. Cambridge University Press. Archived from the original on .

Some of the oldest traces of pediatrics can be discovered in Ancient India where children's doctors were called kumara bhrtya. Arch Dis Child. Developmental evaluation. Adolescence and puberty.

All Pages Books Journals. A pediatrician examines a newborn. Manuscript submission and publication time line process is satisfactory. By writing a monograph on 'Diseases in Children' he may also be looked upon as the father of paediatrics.

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You are currently using the site but have requested a page in the site. Would you like to change to the site? Mary Rudolf , Malcolm I. Paediatrics and Child Health follows a symptoms and problem-based approach. The book focuses on the full development of a child from birth through to adolescence. The book has been designed for easy navigation for both in-depth learning and revision. Major features include:.


Published On: January 30, Pages: - Emergency paediatrics! ISBN Neonates and young infants have increased stomach pH due to decreased acid secretion, thereby creating a more basic environment for drugs that are taken by mouth.

Follow us. Recommended to all 4th and 5th year students. Emergency paediatrics. Rashes and dermatological disorders.

For the journal, see Pediatrics journal. A unique feature are the videos, Oxford University "Plenty of vivid disease cases and situations with minimal technical vocab, that accompany the book. The CD-ROM features an easy to follow demonstration of paediatric examinations which is a handy addition to hfalth examination chapter in the book" Medical Student. I recommend this journal for reputed indexing services.

Wikimedia Commons has media related to Pediatrics. Thankfully these are not exhaustive. Paediatrics and Child Health. Kamrul Islam Bangladesh I would like to continue the association with this journal and confer my services.


  1. Montana E. says:

    The manuscript submission process is easy and Hassle free. Nonetheless, and prevention and promotion of good child annd are well cov! The pages are colourful with excellent figures and the book benefits from an included self-assessment section. This book is the best out there for paediatrics.☹

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