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Table of ContentsPart I.
Why treat children differently?.
Recognition of the seriously ill child.
Basic life support.
Advanced support of the airway and ventilation.
The management of cardiac arrest.
Resuscitation at birth.
The structured approach to the seriously ill child.
Respiratory emergencies The child with breathing difficulties.
Shock The child in shock.
Cardiac emergencies The child with abnormal pulse rate or rhythm.
Convulsions (status epilepticus) The child with a decreased conscious level.
Coma The convulsing child.
Poisoning The poisoned child.
The structured approach to the seriously injured child.
Injuries to the extremities and the spine.
Electrical injuries and near drowning.
Practical procedures - airway and breathing.
Practical procedures - circulation.
Practial procedures - trauma.
Transport of children.
Fluid and electrolyte management.
Childhood accidents and their prevention.
Dealing with death.
Management of pain in children.