Critical Care Pediatrics
Sol S. Zimmerman, Joan Holter Gildea
Saunders, 1985 - Medical - 557 pages
Features a joint medical-surgical approach, a problem orientation, and the use of case reports. Each chapter in this volume is devoted to a specific topic, and contains a general introduction to etiology, pathophysiology, and treatment. A medical problems list follows every case report, and listed with each problem is a further discussion of management strategies. A nursing care plan is also included. Provides coverage of special topics such as enteral nutrition, burns, toxic shock syndrome, coagulopathies, and pulmonary embolus, and more.
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