A Practical Approach to Pediatric Infections
This text is designed as a practical reference to the pathophysiology, diagnosis and management of infections in children. The book provides understanding of the mechanisms involved in, and the complications to be expected from, infectious disease.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
1A Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
39 other sections not shown
Other editions - View all
abnormalities abscess acute otitis media acyclovir adults airway antibiotics antibody antigen antimicrobial arthritis associated asthma asymptomatic aureus bacterial infections bacterial meningitis blood bronchitis cause cell cephalosporins childhood chronic Clinical features common complications congenital cough culture developing countries diagnosis diarrhoea doses drug encephalitis Epidemiology erythromycin factors febrile fever fluid Gram-negative Haemophilus influenzae haemorrhagic hepatitis herpes simplex HIV infection hospital illness immunization immunodeficiency immunoglobulin infants infection infectious diseases intravenous Kawasaki disease lesions lung malaria measles meningococcal mg/kg per day months neonatal normal occur oedema onset oral organisms osteomyelitis otitis media pathogens patients Pediatr Pediatr Infect penicillin persistent pertussis pneumonia present protein rare rash recurrent renal respiratory tract risk rubella sepsis septic septic shock serum severe shock sinusitis skin Staphylococcus Staphylococcus aureus streptococcal studies symptoms syndrome Table therapy transmission treatment tuberculosis urine usually vaccine varicella viral infections virus viruses weeks