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Editorial Reviews

Journal of the American Medical Association
...a well-written and comprehensive textbook, which I would highly recommend to neonatologists at all levels. It is an excellent standard reference.
Jatinder Bhatia
A wide range of neonatal topics are covered in this book in considerable depth, including issues impacting the modern day practitioner and advances in the field. First published in 1960, this edition is updated from the 1994 version. This book ""...helps in the broad understanding of the biology of the human neonate and the care of neonatal diseases and conditions..."" This is a welcome resource for practitioners in the field. The book has been expanded considerably as stated and the objectives are met. The audience is neonatology fellows in training and neonatologists in practice. In actuality, this book will serve as a good resource to most practitioners in neonatal care including residents and neonatal nurse practitioners. The principal editor and his colleagues are respected members of the neonatal community and in their own right have made major contributions to the literature. A wide range of subjects are covered in this book, from delivery room management to molecular techniques. Issues of manpower, regionalization, and transport are handled as well as specific neonatal diseases. The book has an easy-to-read style with appropriate flow charts and tables. This is not a cookbook, rather a treatise on diseases and problems in neonatal care. A lot of information is packed in the appendixes with useful references and reference charts. There are a small number of textbooks in neonatology, each with its unique style and presentation (i.e., Spitzer's Intensive Care of the Fetus and Neonate (Mosby, 1996); Fanaroff and Martin's Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Diseases of the Fetus and Infant (Mosby, 1997)). This book compares well to others in this field. The material is presented in anobjective manner with current references and is expanded from previous versions by including new chapters and expanding on older ones. Replacing the previous edition is justified simply for the reason that it is more current and more specifically targeted for the material presented.
Ed Ogata
This is the fourth edition of one of the ""standard"" clinical textbooks in neonatology. The purpose is to present clinical problems based on known pathophysiology. This is a noteworthy objective. The book meets the authors' objectives. The book is for those who provide care for or have working knowledge of the problems of a neonate. Thus, it is most appropriate for neonatologists and those training in neonatology. Residents in pediatrics will also gain much from this book. The book is well illustrated. The currency and pertinence of the references are excellent. The table of contents is adequate, and the overall appearance of the book is handsome. This is an outstanding, current, and detailed book. It is an excellent compendium of basic and clinical material. This edition, with its added sections, offers quite a bit of new information as compared with the previous edition.
Booknews
Fifty-nine chapters by multiple authors or groups of authors discuss general considerations for contemporary practitioners of neonatology, as well as fetal diagnosis and therapy, transition and stabilization, the low-birth-weight infant, a broad range of pathologies in the newborn infant, pharmacology, and post-discharge care and development. Also includes many informative graphs and tables as appendices. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Jatinder Bhatia, MBBS (Medical College of Georgia)
Description: A wide range of neonatal topics are covered in this book in considerable depth, including issues impacting the modern day practitioner and advances in the field. First published in 1960, this edition is updated from the 1994 version.
Purpose: This book "...helps in the broad understanding of the biology of the human neonate and the care of neonatal diseases and conditions..." This is a welcome resource for practitioners in the field. The book has been expanded considerably as stated and the objectives are met.
Audience: The audience is neonatology fellows in training and neonatologists in practice. In actuality, this book will serve as a good resource to most practitioners in neonatal care including residents and neonatal nurse practitioners. The principal editor and his colleagues are respected members of the neonatal community and in their own right have made major contributions to the literature.
Features: A wide range of subjects are covered in this book, from delivery room management to molecular techniques. Issues of manpower, regionalization, and transport are handled as well as specific neonatal diseases. The book has an easy-to-read style with appropriate flow charts and tables. This is not a cookbook, rather a treatise on diseases and problems in neonatal care. A lot of information is packed in the appendixes with useful references and reference charts.
Assessment: There are a small number of textbooks in neonatology, each with its unique style and presentation (i.e., Spitzer's Intensive Care of the Fetus and Neonate (Mosby, 1996); Fanaroff and Martin's Neonatal-Perinatal Medicine, Diseases of the Fetus and Infant (Mosby, 1997)). This book compares well to others in this field. The material is presented in an objective manner with current references and is expanded from previous versions by including new chapters and expanding on older ones. Replacing the previous edition is justified simply for the reason that it is more current and more specifically targeted for the material presented.

3 Stars from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780397511013
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/28/1993
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 4
  • Pages: 1526

Table of Contents

Contributors
Preface
Preface to the First Edition
Pt. 1 General Considerations
1 Neonatology: Perspective at the End of the Twentieth Century 3
2 Futility Considerations in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit 9
3 Neonatology in the United States: Scope and Organization 15
4 Neonatal Transport 35
5 Newborn Intensive Care Unit Design: Scientific and Practical Considerations 49
6 Neonatal Nursing: The Organization of Care and Quality Assurance in the NICU 61
7 Law, Risk Management, and the Practice of Neonatology 73
8 The Vulnerable Neonate and the Neonatal Intensive Care Environment 91
Pt. 2 The Fetal Patient
9 Prenatal Diagnosis in the Molecular Age 111
10 Feto-Maternal Interactions: Placental Physiology and Its Role as a Go-Between 125
11 Fetal Ultrasonography 143
12 Prenatal Diagnosis: Procedures and Trends 161
13 Fetal Therapy 173
14 The Impact of Maternal Illness on the Neonate 187
15 The Effects of Maternal Drugs on the Developing Fetus 209
16 Obstetric Analgesia and Anesthesia 237
Pt. 3 Transition and Stabilization
17 The Onset of Respiration 257
18 Delivery Room Management 279
19 Physical Assessment and Classification 301
20 Behavioral Competence 321
21 General Care 333
22 Fluid and Electrolyte Management 345
23 Nutrition 363
24 Thermal Regulation 395
Pt. 4 The Low-Birth-Weight Infant
25 Intrauterine Growth Restriction and the Small-for-Gestational-Age Infant 411
26 The Extremely-Low-Birth-Weight Infant 445
27 Multiple Gestations 473
Pt. 5 The Newborn Infant
28 Acute Respiratory Disorders 485
29 Chronic Lung Disease 509
30 Principles of Management of Respiratory Problems 533
31 Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation 557
32 Sudden Infant Death Syndrome 569
33 Cardiac Disease 577
34 Preoperative and Postoperative Care of the Infant with Critical Congenital Heart Disease 647
35 Carbohydrate Homeostasis 699
36 Calcium and Magnesium Homeostasis 715
37 Gastrointestinal Disease 739
38 Jaundice 765
39 Inherited Metabolic Disorders 821
40 Congenital Anomalies 839
41 Endocrine Disorders of the Newborn 859
42 Renal Disease 887
43 Structural Abnormalities of the Genitourinary System 975
44 General Surgery 1005
45 Hematology 1045
46 Immunology of the Fetus and Newborn 1093
47 Chronic Infections 1123
48 Acute Infections 1189
49 Neurological and Neuromuscular Disorders 1231
50 Neurosurgery of the Newborn 1253
51 Orthopedics 1269
52 Eye Disorders 1285
53 Neoplasia 1301
54 Dermatologic Conditions 1323
Pt. 6 Pharmacology
55 Drug Therapy in the Newborn 1363
56 The Infant of the Drug-Dependent Mother 1407
57 Anesthesia and Analgesia 1447
Pt. 7 Beyond the Nursery
58 Medical Care after Discharge 1463
59 Developmental Outcome 1479
A Selected Laboratory Values 1501
B Hematologic Values 1509
C Physiologic Values 1517
D Growth Parameters 1527
E Nutritional Values 1535
F Technical Procedures 1543
G Developmental Screening 1547
H Drugs 1549
I Renal Anomalies 1565
Subject Index 1577
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