Pediatric Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide
Gary R. Strange
McGraw-Hill, Medical Publishing Division, 2002 - Medical - 844 pages
Prepared under the guidance of the American College of Emergency Physi cians, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, 2/e provides concise yet comprehe nsive coverage of all pediatric emergencies and serves as a practical complement to Tintinalli et al. Emergency Medicine, 5/e. This comprehe nsive review is an indispensable emergency medicine reference for stud ents, residents, house officers, and practitioners in emergency medici ne, and pediatrics. Thoroughly revised and updated, this edition featu res high-yield facts at the beginning of each chapter, expanded covera ge of cardiac care, and a new appendix on standard pediatric dosage in formation.
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