Pediatric Emergency Medicine Secrets / Edition 2

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Overview

This popular reference presents essential knowledge on pediatric emergency medicine in the practical and engaging question-and-answer format of The Secrets Series. Get essential clinical guidance on the go thanks to the book's small, portable format. Stay up to date with new chapters covering Technology-Assisted Child in the Emergency Department (ED), Sports-Related Injuries, Emergency Medical Services for Children, and Patient Safety in the ED. Find the information you need easily with the aid of a user-friendly two-color page layout and "Key Points" boxes. Quickly review essential material with a chapter containing the "Top 100 Secrets" in pediatric emergency medicine. No matter what questions arise, while preparing for exams or in practice, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Secrets, 2nd Edition equips you with the answers you need!

About the Author:
Steven M. Selbst, MD, FAAP, FACEP, Professor of Pediatrics, Vice Chair for Education, Director of Pediatric Residency Program, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Attending Physician, Division of Emergency Medicine, A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware

About the Author:
Kate M. Cronan, MD, FAAP, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, Jefferson Medical College, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Chief, Division of Emergency Medicine, A.I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware

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Editorial Reviews

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REVIEW OF PREVIOUS EDITION:

β€œAn excellent book for all students and residents involved in the care of children. More experienced clinicians will also find it an excellent book to sit down and read at their leisure. There are some secrets here for even the most senior of emergency physicians...Strongly recommend.” – Pediatric Emergency Care

Booknews
Specialists in the field provide chapters on every aspect of the topic employing the urgent question and answer approach of these guides, such as, "How is a hyponatremic seizure managed?" or "Which children may be treated with oral rehydration?" The volume's main divisions cover advanced life support, chief complaints, medical emergencies, surgical emergencies, trauma, environmental emergencies and special topics<-->the latter includes transport medicine and chemical and biologic terrorism. The editors are pediatricians at both the Jefferson Medical College in Philadelphia and the Alfred I duPont Hospital for Children in Wilmington, Delaware. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Dan L Lemkin, MD, BSBA (University of Chicago Pritzker School of Medicine)
Description: This book provides high yield, low fluff information on pediatric emergency medicine. Brief, well organized chapters can be browsed quickly and easily. A question/answer format encourages reader participation and provides instant feedback with limited but appropriate explanations.
Purpose: The authors offer this book as "an important reference for those on the front line" as well as "a useful study guide for students, residents and practicing clinicians." Although both references and study guides are essential to student and resident education, few books serve both goals well. This book is an excellent study guide and it offers relevant information in an easily absorbed format. Its brief chapters can be read in minutes, making it a great book to peruse at 3:00 am while waiting for the next patient to arrive. However, it falls short as a reference. The index refers the reader to specific questions under various chapter headings and whether the information is useful for a given circumstance is hit or miss.
Audience: The book is written for a broad audience, including emergency medicine practitioners, pediatricans, residents, and students. The format makes referencing topics difficult. It is designed to review major points, and will likely frustrate readers looking for a quick, specific answer. Practitioners likely will find established reference books more satisfying. Students and residents will benefit from this book as a study guide. This is part of a series of books that plainly state on the cover, "Questions you will be asked in the ED, in the clinic, on rounds..."
Features: This book offers a broad review of pediatric emergency management as well as primary care issues.The best feature of this book is the writing style. It is concise and can be easily digested while working in the ER, or while waiting for your attending to begin rounds.
Assessment: As written, this is a useful tool, fulfilling what it promises. It provides brief, limited, high yield information about many of the most common conditions you are likely to encounter in the practice of pediatric emergency medicine. If you have read other books in the Secrets series, you will not be disappointed.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781416029908
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 4/2/2008
  • Series: Secrets Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 2
  • Pages: 635
  • Product dimensions: 5.30 (w) x 8.50 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Table of Contents

Top 100 Secrets 1

I Advanced Life Support

1 Childhood Resuscitation Allen L. Hsiao, MD MD, Allen L. Hsiao, M. Douglas Baker, MD MD, M. Douglas Baker, 9

2 Neonatal Resuscitation Constance M. McAneney, MD, MS 20

3 Respiratory Failure Mark D. Joffe, MD MD, Mark D. Joffe, 28

4 Shock Brent R. King, MD, FACEP, FAAEM, FAAP 36

II Chief Complaints

5 Abdominal Pain Reza J. Daugherty, MD MD, Reza J. Daugherty, Jill C. Posner, MD MD, Jill C. Posner, 43

6 Altered Mental Status Douglas S. Nelson, MD, FAAP, FACEP 51

7 Apnea Andrew D. DePiero, MD MD, Andrew D. DePiero, 57

8 Chest Pain Steven M. Selbst, MD, FAAP, FACEP 61

9 Cough Christopher King, MD, FACEP 70

10 Crying and Irritability in the Young Child Robert G. Bolte, MD MD, Robert G. Bolte, 75

11 Diarrhea Linda D. Arnold, MD MD, Linda D. Arnold, 80

12 Ear Pain Joan E. Shook, MD, MBA 86

13 Fever Jeffrey R. Avner, MD MD, Jeffrey R. Avner, 92

14 Foreign Bodies in Children Jeff E. Schunk, MD MD, Jeff E. Schunk, 101

15 Headache Jane F. Knapp, MD MD, Jane F. Knapp, Robert D. Schremmer, MD MD, Robert D. Schremmer, 108

16 Hematuria and Dysuria Sandra H. Schwab, MD MD, Sandra H. Schwab, Elizabeth R. Alpern, MD, MSCE 114

17 Hypertension Deirdre Fearon, MD, MA Susan Duffy, MD MD, Susan Duffy, 121

18 Jaundice James M. Callahan, MD, FAAP, FACEP 127

19 Limp Susanne Kost, MD MD, Susanne Kost, Bambi Taylor, MD MD, Bambi Taylor, 134

20 Neck Masses Magdy W. Attia, MD MD, Magdy W. Attia, Eileen C. Quintana, MD, MPH 141

21 Pediatric Rashes Ronald I. Paul, MD MD, Ronald I. Paul, 148

22 Red Eye Kathy Palmer, MD MD, Kathy Palmer, 157

23 Scrotal Pain Joel A. Fein, MD, MPH 163

24 Sore Throat Magdy W. Attia, MD MD, Magdy W.Attia, Yamini Durani, MD MD, Yamini Durani, 168

25 Stiff Neck Nicholas Tsarouhas, MD MD, Nicholas Tsarouhas, Marla J. Friedman, DO DO, Marla J. Friedman, 173

26 Stridor Susanne Kost, MD MD, Susanne Kost, 179

27 Syncope James M. Callahan, MD, FAAP, FACEP 184

28 Vaginal Bleeding/Discharge Jane M. Lavelle, MD MD, Jane M. Lavelle, 190

29 Vomiting Martha S. Wright, MD MD, Martha S. Wright, 201

III Medical Emergencies

30 Anaphylaxis Linda D. Arnold, MD MD, Linda D. Arnold, 211

31 Cardiac Emergencies Sarah W. Alander, MD MD, Sarah W. Alander, James Edward Hulse III, MD MD, James Edward Hulse III, 220

32 Central Nervous System Emergencies Nanette C. Dudley, MD MD, Nanette C. Dudley, 228

33 Endocrine Disorders Robert E. Sapien, MD, FAAP 236

34 Fluids and Electrolytes Kathy N. Shaw, MD, MSCE 243

35 Gastrointestinal Emergencies Susan Fuchs, MD MD, Susan Fuchs, 249

36 Gynecologic Emergencies Kate M. Cronan, MD, FAAP 259

37 Hematologic and Oncologic Emergencies Paul Ishimine, MD MD, Paul Ishimine, Jenny Kim, MD MD, Jenny Kim, 266

38 Infectious Disease Emergencies Robert P. Olympia, MD MD, Robert P. Olympia, Julie-Ann Crewalk, MD MD, Julie-Ann Crewalk, Theoklis Zaoutis, MD, MSCE Joel D. Klein, MD, FAAP Stephen C. Eppes, MD MD, Stephen C. Eppes, 275

39 Poisonings Kevin C. Osterhoudt, MD, MSCE James F. Wiley II, MD, MPH 320

40 Psychiatric Emergencies Philip V. Scribano, DO, MSCE 347

41 Respiratory Emergencies Marc H. Gorelick, MD, MSCE Sabina B. Singh, MD, FAAP 356

42 Acute Care of Technology-Assisted Children Kate M. Cronan, MD, FAAP Joel A. Fein, MD, MPH Jill C. Posner, MD MD, Jill C. Posner, 369

IV Surgical Emergencies

43 Dental/Periodontal Emergencies Susanne Kost, MD MD, Susanne Kost, 375

44 General Surgery Emergencies Kristine G. Williams, MD, MPH Dee Hodge III, MD MD, Dee Hodge III, 381

45 Neurosurgical Emergencies Fred A. Fow, MD MD, Fred A. Fow, 392

46 Ophthalmologic Emergencies Kathy Palmer, MD MD, Kathy Palmer, 402

47 Orthopedic Emergencies Fred A. Fow, MD MD, Fred A. Fow, 408

48 Otorhinolaryngology Emergencies Frances M. Nadel, MD, MSCE Douglas M. Nadel, MD MD, Douglas M. Nadel, 417

49 Urologic Emergencies Kate M. Cronan, MD, FAAP 426

V Trauma

50 Abdominal Trauma Ronald A. Furnival, MD MD, Ronald A. Furnival, 437

51 Burns and Smoke Inhalation John M. Loiselle, MD MD, John M. Loiselle, 442

52 Child Abuse Stephen Ludwig, MD MD, Stephen Ludwig, 452

53 Dental Injuries Evaline A. Alessandrini, MD, MSCE Linda L. Brown, MD MD, Linda L. Brown, 462

54 Extremity Injuries John M. Loiselle, MD MD, John M. Loiselle, 471

55 Eye Injuries Martha W. Stevens, MD, MSCE 482

56 Head Trauma Sara A. Schutzman, MD MD, Sara A. Schutzman, 490

57 Minor Trauma Sabina B. Singh, MD, FAAP Magdy W. Attia, MD MD, Magdy W. Attia, 497

58 Multiple Trauma Laurie H. Johnson, MD MD, Laurie H. Johnson, Richard M. Ruddy, MD MD, Richard M. Ruddy, 510

59 Neck and Cervical Spine Trauma Howard Kadish, MD MD, Howard Kadish, 519

60 Pelvic Trauma and Genitourinary Injury Javier A. Gonzalez del Rey, MD, MEd 524

61 Sports Injuries Lauren P. Daly, MD MD, Lauren P. Daly, Maria Carmen G. Diaz, MD MD, Maria Carmen G. Diaz, 529

62 Thoracic Trauma Howard Kadish, MD MD, Howard Kadish, 537

VI Environmental Emergencies

63 Bites and Stings Kate M. Cronan, MD, FAAP 543

64 Drowning Linda Quan, MD MD, Linda Quan, Brian Coleman, MD, MS 551

65 Electrical and Lightning Injuries Amanda Pratt, MD MD, Amanda Pratt, 557

66 Heat-Related Illnesses Kathy Palmer, MD MD, Kathy Palmer, 562

67 Hypothermia Howard M. Corneli, MD MD, Howard M. Corneli, 569

VII Special Topics

68 Chemical and Biological Terrorism Fred M. Henretig, MD MD, Fred M. Henretig, 575

69 Emergency Medical Services and Prehospital Care Hazel Guinto-Ocampo, MD MD, Hazel Guinto-Ocampo, 589

70 Patient Safety in the Emergency Department Melanie Pitone, MD, FAAP Steven M. Selbst, MD, FAAP, FACEP 593

71 Risk Management and Administrative Issues Steven M. Selbst, MD, FAAP, FACEP 599

72 Sedation and Analgesia Richard J. Scarfone, MD, FAAP 607

73 Transport Medicine George A. Woodward, MD, MBA 616

Index 625

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