ABC of One to Seven

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John Wiley & Sons, Sep 22, 2009 - Medical - 168 pages
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The ABC of One to Seven is a practical guide to the management of common physical and emotional problems of early childhood. New chapters include the prevention and management of obesity, behavioural and emotional problems, ADHD, autism, the child with fever, and changes in access to medical and social services.

Including the latest NICE guidelines and advice on when to refer and how to manage the problem afterwards, each chapter provides relevant websites and resources for health workers.

The ABC of One to Seven and the companion book, ABC of the First Year, have become standard guides for general practitioners, trainee doctors, medical students, midwives, nurses and health visitors. They are indispensible reference books for family doctor surgeries, emergency and outpatient departments, wards and libraries.

 

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Contents

Ch 01 Talking to Children
1
Ch 02 The Terrible Twos
3
Ch 03 Sleep Problems
6
Ch 04 Respiratory Tract Infection
10
Ch 05 Tonsillitis and Otitis Media
14
Ch 06 Stridor
18
Ch 07 Asthma
21
Ch 08 Acute Abdominal Pain
28
Ch 23 Poisoning
86
Ch 24 Accidents
90
Ch 25 Severely Ill Children
94
Ch 26 Basic Life Support in the Community
100
Ch 27 The Child with Fever
102
Ch 28 Behaviour Problems
105
Ch 29 Children with Special Needs
108
Ch 30 School Failure
112

Ch 09 Recurrent Abdominal Pain
32
Ch 10 Vomiting and Acute Diarrhoea
35
Ch 11 Chronic Diarrhoea
39
Ch 12 Urinary Tract Infection
43
Ch 13 Nocturnal Enuresis
48
Ch 14 Systolic Murmurs
51
Ch 15 Growth Failure
53
Ch 16 Prevention and Management of Obesity
57
Ch 17 Common Rashes
60
Ch 18 Infectious Diseases
64
Ch 19 Paediatric Dermatology
69
Ch 20 Febrile Convulsions
77
Ch 21 Epilepsy
80
Ch 22 Recurrent Headache
83
Ch 31 Minor Orthopaedic Problems
115
Ch 32 Limp
119
Ch 33 Services for Children Primary Care
122
Ch 34 Services for Children The Community
128
Ch 35 Services for Children Outpatient Clinics and DayCare
131
Ch 36 Services for Children Emergency Ambulatory and Inpatients
134
Ch 37 Audit in Primary Care Paediatrics
138
Ch 38 Child Abuse
141
Ch 39 Services for Children Childrens Social Care
144
Ch 40 Useful Information
147
Acknowledgements
153
Index
154
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Bernard Valman, Consultant Paediatrician, Northwick Park Hospital, London UK, one time editor of Archives of Disease in Childhood (Journal of the RCPCH).

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