Handbook of Paediatric Intensive Care
HANDBOOK OF PEDIATRIC INTENSIVE CARE is a highly practical guide to the care of very sick children, giving clear and concise advice on diagnosis and management. The book is divided into two parts -- the first covers general topics that orient the reader to the environment of pediatric intensive care, the second takes an organ-system approach, with consideration of specific diagnoses and interventions.
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An Introduction to PICU
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