Pediatric Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide
Gary R. Strange
McGraw-Hill, Health Professions Division, 1996 - Pediatric emergencies - 728 pages
Prepared under the guidance of the American College of Emergency Physicians, this book is a reference for the students, residents, house officers and practitioners in emergency medicine and paediatrics. Providing comprehensive coverage of paediatric emergencies, it serves as the direct paediatric counterpart of Tintinalli's Emergency Medical Study Guide. The book fills a niche between the small manuals or large expensive texts currently available.
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Resuscitation 1 Introduction Susan M Scott Robert A Wiebe I
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Shock Susan M Scott Robert A Wiebe
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