Pediatric Toxicology: Diagnosis and Management of the Poisoned Child
McGraw Hill Professional, 2005 - Medical - 624 pages
Evidence-based and age-specific, this book guides the clinician through the diagnosis and management of the poisoned pediatric patient. Features high yield facts at the start of each chapter, case presentations throughout, a 200+ question self-assessment section, antidote dosage tables, color plates, and coverage of herbal products, vitamins, cosmetics, spider bites, and snake bites.
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