Pediatrics for Medical Students
Daniel Bernstein, Steven P. Shelov
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 2003 - Medical - 650 pages
Now in its Second Edition this text continues to teach students on rotation the basics of pediatric clinical practice. Evaluative skills and a logical approach are honed in this problem-oriented approach to clinical practice. Focuses on pathophysiology to understand disease, and presents diseases related to different body systems with inpatient and outpatient considerations for each one. The book is divided into two sections: problems likely encountered in an outpatient setting, and pediatric subspecialty problems likely encountered in inpatient or intensive care settings.
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