Care of the Critically Ill Child
Here's the innovative new problem-based book which explains the practical guidelines on the management of the critically ill child, from presentation in the emergency room through to transfer to the pediatric intensive care unit. Written by experts, this user-friendly text has excellent features such as boxes of key points outlining common errors in management, tips on best practice, and even sections on controversial care. Also includes coverage of background physiology and epidemiology to assist the process of understanding and diagnosing the pathology of childhood critical illness and injury.
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