Neonatology: Pathophysiology and Management of the Newborn
Gordon B. Avery, Mary Ann Fletcher, Mhairi G. MacDonald
Lippincott, 1994 - Medical - 1526 pages
(3E 1987) Includes the fetal patient transition/stabiliza- tion the low-birth-wt infant pharmacology newborns etc.
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