Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care
Gerald B. Merenstein, Sandra L. Gardner
Mosby, 2002 - Medical - 863 pages
This practical, multidisciplinary team approach to care of the critically ill neonate contains just the right amount of physiology and pathophysiology content to inform clinical considerations. Content also covers the psychosocial aspects of care.
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Glucose Homeostasis 298 V Common Systemic Diseases
Cynthia B Johnson
Total Parenteral Nutrition 341 Reginald L Washington
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