Neonatal and Infant Emergenciesby Ghazala Q. Sharieff
Pub. Date: 11/03/2008
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Infant and Neonatal Emergencies is divided into three sections for quick access to a variety of medical
Caring for newborns and infants in the first year of life can be anxiety-provoking and challenging, especially for the emergency physician. This book was designed to address the most common complaints that an emergency provider may have to evaluate and treat.
Infant and Neonatal Emergencies is divided into three sections for quick access to a variety of medical conditions. Section I covers the basics of neonate care in the emergency room and includes the general exam, airway management, and sedation. Section II focuses on specific common complaints, such as failure to thrive, fever, and seizures. Section III covers management of specific systems, including cardiology, dermatology, and toxicology. The appendices include handy pediatric formulas, immunization schedules, and easy-to-use algorithms and tables. This book will serve as a practical resource for a wide range of health providers, from medical students, residents, and Fellows to attending physicians.
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Table of ContentsPart I. Principles: 1. The newborn examination Merlin C. Lowe, Jr. and Dale Woolridge; 2. The premature and technology dependent infant Nadeem Qureshi, Stephen Gletsu and Mohammed Al Mogbil; 3. Pain and sedation Ghazala Q. Sharieff and P. Jamil Madati; 4. Airway management Maureen McCollough and Ghazala Q. Sharieff; 5. Resuscitation Stephanie J. Doniger; 6. Death of a child Phyllis L. Hendry; Part II. Chief Complaints: 7. Apnea and apparent life-threatening events Tonia J. Brousseau; 8. The crying infant Martin I. Herman and Audrey Le; 9. Ear pain Melissa A. Vitale and Noel S. Zuckerbraun; 10. Failure to thrive Robert Sapien; 11. Fever Paul Ishimine; 12. Head and neck masses Joyce C. Arpilleda; 13. Jaundice Dale Woolridge and James Colletti; 14. Seizures Michelle D. Blumstein and Marla J. Friedman; Part III. Specific Systems: 15. Cardiac emergencies Linton Yee; 16. Dermatology Maureen McCollough; 17. Environmental injuries: near drowning and burns Jim Harley; 18. Gastrointestinal emergencies Christiana R. Rajasingham; 19. Genitourinary emergencies Christy A. Meade and John T. Kanegaye; 20A. Hematologic emergencies: bleeding dyscrasias Emily Rose; 20B. Hematologic emergencies: sickle cell disease Nadeem Qureshi, Stephen Gletsu and Mohammed Al Mogbil; 21. Metabolic and endocrine emergencies Kenneth T. Kwon and Virginia W. Tsai; 22. Respiratory emergencies Seema Shah and Ghazala Q. Sharieff; 23. Toxicologic emergencies Raemma Paredes Luck and Adam Barouh; 24A. Trauma: child abuse Sharon E. Mace; 24B. Trauma: minor head injuries Sharon E. Mace; 24C. Trauma: orthopedic emergencies Jamie G. Lien and Ghazala Sharieff; Appendices: Basic formulas Ghazala Q. Sharieff and Maureen McCollough; Immunizations Marla J. Friedman; Procedures Ghazala Q. Sharieff and Maureen McCollough.
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