Children at Health Risk

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Blackwell Science, 2003 - Medical - 134 pages
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The face of the child seen by health care providers today is changing. Children at Health Risk provides a unique resource for clinicians and residents to learn of these new health care challenges. Due to increased diversity in the population, international adoptions and immigration, there are now several groups of children in the United States that have access to healthcare with problems different from those of the usual group of children seen on a regular basis by practitioners. These children may have problems or conditions that could be easily corrected even without regular, routine care. The clinician only needs to be aware of these potential problems in specific childhood populations.

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