Pediatric Emergency Medicine : A Comprehensive Study Guide / Edition 2

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Overview

Sponsored by the American College of Emergency Physicians and written by a renowned team of pediatric emergency physicians, this groundbreaking book offers a comprehensive review of the full-spectrum of pediatric emergencies. Concise, clinically focused and immediately accessible, it is the best available tool for effectively evaluating and treating a wide-range of complaints commonly encountered in an emergency setting.

Look Inside For These NEW FEATURES:
* Bulleted list of high-yield facts at the beginning of each chapter
* Expanded coverage of cardiac care
* Key tables, diagrams, and equations now on the inside covers for handy reference

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Editorial Reviews

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Leslie Zun, MD (Mt. Sinai Hospital Medical Center)
Description: This is a useful reference for all physicians who take care of pediatric patients in need of emergency care. The first edition, published in 1995, has been improved upon with the addition of a chapter on conscious sedation and expansion of chapters on pediatric heart disease, dermatology, toxicology, and psychosocial issues.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a readable and accessible clinical reference for the management of common and uncommon emergency conditions. This book fills a niche in the practice of emergency medicine.
Audience: The authors intend this book for pediatricians, emergency physicians, and primary care providers. It is written on a level for this audience by some of the most respected authors.
Features: The book covers types of pediatric emergency patients seen in the emergency department including hematology, oncology, emergency medical services, and ethical and legal issues. The book is designed to be an easy, quick read when patient information is needed in the clinical setting or as a pediatric review. The inside covers are chock full of useful charts.
Assessment: This is wonderful addition to any emergency department library. It meets its stated purpose of being a quick but complete reference that other textbooks cannot offer. Significant new information includes up-to-date medications and essential new material.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071369794
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Companies, The
  • Publication date: 3/28/2002
  • Edition description: REV
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 844
  • Product dimensions: 7.30 (w) x 9.10 (h) x 1.58 (d)

Meet the Author

GARY R. STRANGE, Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois WILLIAM R. AHRENS, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Emergency Medicine, Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine, University of Illinois at Chicago, Chicago, Illinois STEVEN LELYVELD, MD, Associate Professor of Clinical Pediatrics and Medicine, Chief, Section of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Pritzker School of Medicine, University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois ROBERT W. SCHAFERMEYER, MD, Associate Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, Carolinas Medical Center, Charlotte, North Carolina

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Table of Contents

Contributors xi
Preface xvii
Section I Resuscitation
1 Introduction 1
2 Respiratory Failure 5
3 Shock 11
4 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation 18
5 Rapid Sequence Intubation 28
6 Resuscitation of the Newly Born Infant 37
7 SIDS/ALTE 45
8 Discontinuation of Life Support 49
9 Death of a Child 51
Section II Trauma Care
10 Evaluation and Management of the Multiple Trauma Patient 55
11 Head Trauma 74
12 Evaluation of Children for Cervical Spine Injuries 82
13 Thoracic Trauma 92
14 Abdominal Trauma
15 Genitourinary and Rectal Trauma 109
16 Maxillofacial Trauma 119
17 Eye Trauma 126
18 Orthopedic Injuries 133
19 Injuries to the Upper Extremities 140
20 Injuries of the Hand and Wrist 147
21 Injuries of the Pelvis and Hip 153
22 Injuries to the Lower Extremities 158
23 Soft Tissue Injury and Wound Repair 164
24 Emergency Department Procedural Sedation and Analgesia 185
Section III Respiratory Emergencies
25 Upper Airway Emergencies 197
26 Asthma 206
27 Bronchiolitis 215
28 Pneumonia 219
29 Pertussis 226
30 Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia 228
31 Cystic Fibrosis 231
Section IV Cardiovascular Emergencies
32 Congenital Heart Disease 235
33 Congestive and Inflammatory Heart Diseases 246
34 Dysrhythmias in Children 254
35 Peripheral Vascular Disease 260
Section V Neurologic Emergencies
36 Age-Specific Neurologic Examination 269
37 Altered Mental Status and Coma 272
38 Seizures 278
39 Syncope 287
40 Ataxia 291
41 Weakness 295
42 Headache 302
43 Hydrocephalus 306
44 Cerebral Palsy 308
45 Cerebrovascular Syndromes 310
Section VI Infectious Disease Emergencies
46 The Febrile Child 315
47 Meningitis 325
48 Toxic Shock Syndrome 330
49 Kawasaki Syndrome 334
50 Common Parasitic Infestations 339
Section VII Gastrointestinal Emergencies
51 Gastroenteritis 347
52 Nonsurgical Gastrointestinal Problems 353
53 Acute Abdominal Conditions That May Require Surgical Intervention 368
Section VIII Endocrine and Metabolic Emergencies
54 Disorders of Glucose Metabolism 379
55 Adrenal Insufficiency 387
56 Hyperthyroidism 393
57 Fluids and Electrolytes 398
58 Metabolic Acidosis 409
Section IX Genitourinary Emergencies
59 Male Genitourinary Problems 415
60 Urinary Tract Diseases 425
61 Specific Renal Syndromes 430
Section X Dermatologic Emergencies
62 Petechiae and Purpura 439
63 Pruritic Rashes 443
64 Superficial Skin Infections 450
65 Exanthems 454
66 Infant Rashes 461
Section XI Oral, Ear, Nose, and Throat Emergencies
67 Ear and Nose Emergencies 463
68 Emergencies of the Oral Cavity and Neck 474
Section XII Eye Emergencies
69 Eye Emergencies in Childhood 483
Section XIII Gynecologic and Obstetric Emergencies
70 Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology 499
Section XIV Hematologic Emergencies
71 Anemias 513
72 Sickle Cell Disease 518
73 Bleeding Disorders 522
74 Blood Components 527
Section XV Oncologic Emergencies
75 Oncologic Emergencies 531
Section XVI Nontraumatic Bone and Joint Disorders
76 Infectious Musculoskeletal Disorders 545
77 Inflammatory Musculoskeletal Disorders 552
78 Nonmalignant Tumors of the Bone 557
Section XVII Toxicologic Emergencies
79 General Principles of Poisoning: Diagnosis and Management 559
80 Acetaminophen 566
81 Toxic Alcohols 569
82 Anticholinergic Poisoning 574
83 Oral Anticoagulants 577
84 Antihypertensives, Beta Blockers, and Calcium Antagonists 579
85 Arsenic 586
86 Aspirin 589
87 Carbon Monoxide 591
88 Caustics 595
89 Cocaine Toxicity 600
90 Cyanide Poisoning 603
91 Tricyclic Antidepressant Overdose 607
92 Digoxin Toxicity 610
93 Fish Poisoning 613
94 Hydrocarbons 616
95 Iron Poisoning 621
96 Isoniazid Toxicity 624
97 Lead Poisoning 627
98 Methemoglobinemia 631
99 Mushroom Poisoning 633
100 Neuroleptics 638
101 Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs 641
102 Opioids 643
103 Organophosphates and Carbamates 645
104 Phencyclidine Toxicity 649
105 Poisonous Plants 652
106 Sedative Hypnotics 660
107 Theophylline 663
108 Lethal Toxins in Small Doses 668
Section XVIII Environmental Emergencies
109 Human and Animal Bites 673
110 Snake Envenomations 676
111 Spider and Arthropod Bites 680
112 Marine Envenomations 686
113 Near Drowning 689
114 Burns and Electrical Injuries 692
115 Heat and Cold Illness 703
116 High-Altitude Illness and Dysbaric Injuries 715
117 Radiation Emergencies 733
Section XIX Psychosocial Emergencies
118 Child Maltreatment 753
119 Psychiatric Emergencies 762
Section XX Emergency Medical Services
120 Pediatric Prehospital Care 773
121 Interfacility Transport 788
Section XXI Ethical and Legal Issues
122 Medicolegal Considerations 791
123 Ethical Considerations 794
Index 801
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