Pediatric Emergency Medicine Companion Handbook
McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 11, 1998 - Medical - 915 pages
Covers the essentials of clinical signs, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and treatment of all pediatric emergencies commonly seen in the Emergency Department or the primary care setting. The outline format makes access to critical information quick and easy. From the same authors who brought you the top selling Pediatric Study Guide comes this powerful manual that reviews on-the-spot management of poisoning, child abuse, burns, drug reactions, airway management and more.
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