Handbook of Pediatric Intensive Care
This synopsis of the clinical chapters from Dr. Roger's Textbook of Pediatric Intensive Care provides the core information needed for quick referral and safe practice in the pediatric ICU. Organized by organ system and filled with practical suggestions for caring for your critically ill pediatric patient, the 3rd edition features concise, practice-targeted guidelines perfect for the busy practitioner.
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Emergency Management of the Airway
Upper Airway Disease
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