Pediatrics: First Exposure / Edition 1

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Overview

  • The Ultimate Pediatric Clerkship Companion
  • The only resource that delivers a top-to-bottom overview of the most clinically relevant material-just the right amount to absorb during your clerkship
  • Emphasizes comprehension of key concepts rather than memorization of facts
  • Focuses directly on major issues and symptoms required to master the core competencies in pediatric clerkship
  • Prepares you to learn clinical techniques, pass written exams, and answer challenging on-the-spot questions from physician faculty on the wards
  • Provides an unmatched orientation to pediatrics, offering an up-close, insider's perspective on the clinical material of the specialty
  • Features “Chief Complaints” and “Common Acute Illnesses” you are most likely to encounter-from fever and ear pain to trauma and infectious diseases-with a table of “Don't Miss Diagnoses”
  • And much more!
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Editorial Reviews

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Reviewer: Daniel R. Bronfin, M.D.(Ochsner Clinic Foundation)
Description: This concise reference book designed for students of pediatric medicine opens with a simple introduction and proceeds with in-depth descriptions and differential diagnoses of the most common chief complaints. The last section briefly addresses selected topics over a wide range of pediatric subspecialties.
Purpose: This book strives to "provide (medical students) an orientation to pediatrics and the basics of what a student is expected to get out of the pediatrics clerkship.... It contains the amount of clinically relevant material that can be learned during a four to six week clerkship." Concepts, rather than facts, are the focus. A multitude of clerkship books on the market share the author's stated goal, but the chief complaint format distinguishes it from others.
Audience: Medical students in their third or fourth year currently engaged in a pediatric clerkship are the intended audience.
Features: Initially, the book explores the general concepts of pediatrics with a broad overview. It goes on to provide a thorough investigation of common pediatric chief complaints. The "Don't Miss" tables for each chief complaint alert medical students to illnesses with significantly increased morbidity/mortality that may masquerade as lesser medical problems. This formatting element reinforces the book's drive to encourage thinking in terms of differential diagnoses and risk reduction rather than fact memorization or flowcharts.
Assessment: This book represents another addition to the crowded field of high-yield pediatric textbooks. The narrative, with its "virtual-visit" approach, addresses each topic or chief complaint by walking readers through the history and physical examination. The book is first-rate and concise, with adequate depth for its intended audience. Unfortunately, other than the "Don't Miss" feature, the charts and tables contribute little to text clarification and are too long and cumbersome for quick reference. Overall, however, this book achieves its objectives and will be a valuable asset to students of pediatrics.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780071441704
  • Publisher: McGraw-Hill Professional Publishing
  • Publication date: 1/10/2006
  • Series: LANGE First Exposure Series
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 432
  • Product dimensions: 6.10 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 1.00 (d)

Meet the Author

Joseph Gigante, MD is Student Clerkship Director, Department of Pediatrics, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine

Judy Karen, MD is Residency Program Director, Department of Pediatrics, Rush College of Medicine

Keith Boyd, MD is Student Clerkship Director, Department of Pediatrics, Rush College of Medicine

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Table of Contents

Pediatrics: First ExposureI. Introductory Information A. Introduction to Pediatrics B. Professional Conduct and Attitudes C. History D. Physical ExaminationII. General PediatricsA. Health Supervision B. Growth C. Development D. Behavior E. Prevention F. Nutrition G. Immunizations H. Child abuse I. Child advocacy J. Neonatal issues K. Adolescent issues III. Chief Complaints/Common Acute IllnessesA. Cough B. Fever C. Sore throat D. Ear pain E. Upper respiratory tract infection F. Abdominal pain G. Vomiting H. Diarrhea I. Rash J. Trauma K. Joint/limb problems L. Central Nervous System problems IV. Specific Clinical Problems/Disease EntitiesA. CardiologyB. Endocrinology/Metabolic Disorders C. Genetics D. Gastroenterology E. Hematology/OncologyF. Infectious Diseases G. Nephrology H. Neurology I. Orthopedics J. Pulmonary K. Rheumatology L. Trauma/Emergency Medicine

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