Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics
Now available in a compact 4" x 7" format, this portable reference covers the management of emergency conditions seen in pediatric patients. The Fourth Edition includes new sections on pediatric emergency radiology and sports injuries, plus expanded material on infectious diseases and environmental emergencies..
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