By William W. Hay Jr., Myron J. Levin, Robin R. Deterding, Mark J. Abzug
The such a lot useful, updated, well-referenced advisor to the prognosis and therapy of the clinical difficulties of youngsters – from delivery to adolescence
· Organized via common subject matters and by way of organ systems
· Provides concise, evidence-based details at the wide variety of pediatric health conditions ordinarilly encountered in day-by-day scientific practice
· Includes special descriptions of illnesses in addition to diagnostic and healing procedures
· Delivers succinct, authoritative overviews of significant pediatric wellbeing and fitness issues, resembling early life food and consuming issues, substance abuse, psychiatric problems, baby abuse, oral drugs and dentistry, and emergencies and injuries
· Thoroughly revised to mirror the most recent examine findings and perform updates, such a lot significantly chapters dedicated to immunizations, endocrinology, neurologic and muscular problems, serious care, and HIV
· Complemented through a wealth of tables and figures that offer easy access to big details, comparable to acute and demanding care techniques, anti-infective brokers, drug dosages, immunization schedules, differential analysis, and developmental disorders
· Complete with beneficial advisor to basic laboratory values
Emphasizes the scientific points of pediatric care whereas additionally masking vital underlying principles
Presented within the time-saving LANGE present type: challenge, necessities of prognosis, medical Findings, Differential analysis, therapy, and Prognosis
Essential for pediatricians, family members practitioners, citizens, health care professional assistants, nurses and nurse practitioners, and different healthiness care companies who paintings with babies, little ones, and adolescents
Written through skilled pediatricians – this variation comprises 19 NEW AUTHORS
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NeoReviews 2007;8:e68. Maisels MJ: Neonatal jaundice. Pediatr Rev 2006;27:443 [PMID: 17142466]. Shapiro SM et al: Hyperbilirubinemia and kernicterus. Clin Perinatol 2006;33:387 [PMID: 16765731]. Watchko JF: Hyperbilirubinemia and bilirubin toxicity in the late preterm infant. Clin Perinatol 2006;33:839 [PMID: 17148008]. Wennberg RP et al: Toward understanding kernicterus: A challenge to improve the management of jaundiced newborns. Pediatrics 2006;117:474 [PMID: 16452368]. HYPOGLYCEMIA ESSENTIALS OF DIAGNOSIS & TYPICAL FEATURES ᮣ ᮣ Defined as blood glucose < 45 mg/dL.
The risk of bilirubin encephalopathy is small in healthy, term neonates even at bilirubin levels of 25–30 mg/dL (430– 516 mmol/L). Risk depends on the duration of hyperbilirubinemia, the concentration of serum albumin, associated illness, acidosis, and the concentrations of competing anions such as sulfisoxazole and ceftriaxone. Premature infants are at greater risk than term infants because of the greater frequency of associated illness affecting the integrity of the blood-brain barrier, reduced albumin levels, and decreased affinity of albumin binding sites.
Skull fracture, intracranial hemorrhage (primarily subdural and subarachnoid), and cervical spinal cord injury can also occur. Fractures are often diagnosed by the obstetrician, who may feel or hear a snap during delivery. Clavicular fractures may cause decreased spontaneous movement of the arm, with local tenderness and crepitus. Humeral or femoral fractures usually cause tenderness and swelling over the shaft with a diaphyseal fracture, and always cause limitation of movement. Epiphyseal fractures are harder to diagnose radiographically owing to the cartilaginous nature of the epiphysis.