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Overview

The "little red book" just keeps getting better and better. Now in addition to reviewing diagnosis and management of all emergency conditions affecting children, you'll find all new coverage of the following topics: acquired cardiac disease; lead toxicity; HIV emergencies; managing the crying child; testifying in child abuse cases, including chart documentation; hypopigmentation; and differential diagnosis of dermatologic conditions.

The book contains black-and-white illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

John Graneto
This handbook is intended to be a ready reference for quick, summary style approaches to varied pediatric urgent situations. The purpose is to provide a quick reference for the practitioner caring for children in an acute care setting. The intended audience is pediatric residents, emergency medicine physicians, and presumably, family medicine physicians in an office setting. The chapters are divided by systems. The toxicology section is particularly helpful, describing toxidromes and odors of various ingestions. However, some chapters are very short and clinically not very useful, such as genetics. The attempt to make this a small book has severely limited its usefulness as anything other than a knee-jerk response to patient care issues. The attempt to make this a handbook for the acute setting is also limited by the multiple areas where specific inpatient management is addressed several days into an illness. Other management issues that do not apply to the acute care setting would confuse the busy general emergency medicine physician. There are significant inconsistencies in reading from section to section. There are multiple areas where the authors make definitive statements, such as in a nonsurgical abdomen, CBC must be ordered, and "in intussusception a venous blood gas must be ordered" without any explanation of why or how the results of these would alter management. There are better pediatric emergency references available to the practitioner.
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A revised and expanded portable (i.e. 41/2x8") handbook summarizing most of the conditions seen in a pediatric emergency department. Includes the essential points and priorities for diagnosis, management, and follow-up care, as well as indications for hospitalization. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
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Reviewer: Shalini Gilotra, MD (Ochsner Clinic Foundation)
Description: This is a concise handbook for the management of common conditions seen in the pediatric emergency department. It is a good reference handbook with easy to follow algorithms.
Purpose: The author's purpose is to provide a concise, portable handbook summarizing the majority of conditions that are seen in a pediatric emergency department. These are worthy objectives and the author meets them.
Audience: The book is written for primary care providers as well as emergency medicine physicians. It would also be a useful aid to emergency medicine or pediatric residents or fellows. The author is a credible authority.
Features: Covered in this book are common conditions of the pediatric emergency department population and how to manage these conditions in an acute care setting. A background of these conditions is also given. The conditions are divided alphabetically by systems (such as cardiac, GI, pulmonary, etc) which makes it an easy reference to use. What is best about this book is that it is concise and to the point and therefore many conditions can be outlined. It has tremendous scope. The code card is a great unique added feature. The only shortcoming about this book is its small print.
Assessment: The quality of the book is excellent. This useful reference is more thorough and more accessible than comparable emergency pediatrics books.
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'… concise, portable handbook summarizing the majority of conditions that are seen in a pediatric emergency department. For each topic discussed, the editors have tried to include points and priorities for diagnosis, management, and follow-up care, as well as indications for hospitalization. To this end, this book is definitely a success and the editors can be congratulated. This book is an impressive, cohesive compilation of many people's work …' Tamara Buchel, Journal of the American Board of Family Medicine

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780070134294
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 9/1/1996
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 3
  • Pages: 731
  • Product dimensions: 4.60 (w) x 7.95 (h) x 1.08 (d)

Meet the Author

Ellen Crain is Professor of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Vice-Chair of the Lewis M. Fraad Department of Pediatrics at Jacobi Medical Center in New York.

Jeffrey C. Gershel is Professor of Clinical Pediatrics at Albert Einstein College of Medicine and Associate Vice-Chairman of the Department of Pediatrics at Jacobi Medical Center in New York.

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Table of Contents

1 Resuscitation 1
2 Allergic Emergencies 23
3 Cardiac Emergencies 29
4 Dental Emergencies 63
5 Dermatologic Emergencies 77
6 ENT Emergencies 121
7 Endocrine Emergencies 147
8 Environmental Emergencies 175
9 Gastrointestinal Emergencies 201
10 Emergencies Associated with Genetic Syndromes 253
11 Genitourinary Emergencies 257
12 Gynecologic Emergencies 275
13 Hematologic Emergencies 299
14 Infectious Disease Emergencies 329
15 Ingestions 389
16 Neurologic Emergencies 441
17 Ophthalmologic Emergencies 481
18 Orthopedic Emergencies 501
19 Psychological and Social Emergencies 543
20 Pulmonary Emergencies 569
21 Renal Emergencies 599
22 Sedation and Analgesia 617
23 Trauma 641
24 Wound Care and Minor Trauma 663
25 Special Considerations in Pediatric Emergency Care 685
Code Card
Index 717
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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 12, 2001

    A great handy resource

    This book is very useful for peds residents, & for primary care pediatricians. I allways kept this book with me with my harriet lane. This book helped me surviving the stressful residency period.

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