Manual of Neonatal Care
John P. Cloherty, Ann R. Stark
Lippincott-Raven, 1998 - Neonatology - 765 pages
Now in its Fourth Edition, Manual of Neonatal Care provides comprehensive yet concise advice about neonatal problems and disorders. Written by experts from Harvard's world-famous Joint Program in Neonatology, this Spiral(R) Manual covers the complete spectrum of perinatal-neonatal medicine, and furnishes detail sufficient for confident decision-making. Coverage begins with a section on maternal-fetal problems and concludes with appendices that provide drug information and lab values. The outline format makes it easy to quickly locate exactly the information needed. Numerous illustrations and more than 100 tables supplement the text. Written for daily consultation in both the neonatal intensive care unit and the well-baby nursery, Manual of Neonatal Care, Fourth Edition offers practical and time-saving information for all members of the neonatal care team.
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