Paediatrics at a Glance

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A brief overview of Paediatrics at a Glance latest edition

Paediatrics at a glance offers an introduction to paediatrics and children’s health issues from birth to adolescence, as they are present in primary, community, and secondary care.

The diagrams outline each succinct chapter with accompanying text which covers key symptoms and conditions as well as management information for each presenting symptom.

Key Features of Paediatrics at a Glance pdf

Updates and new features for this edition include:

  • New chapters on ‘Pediatric ethics’ and ‘Genetics and screening’ *
  • Fully revised autism and youth concerns content
  • The latest fast reference icon shows the most probable or severe diagnosis
  • A brand new website of accompaniment with questions of self-assessment and more reference web links at www.ataglanceseries.com/paediatrics Pediatrics at a glance is the perfect complement for anyone who is preparing to start a paediatric connection or module and appeals to physicians, medical students, and GP apprentices.

About the Authors

The following is the name of the authors and their educative success in life:

LAWRENCE MIALL

  • MBBS, BSc, MMedSc, and MRCP.
  • Honorary Senior Lecturer and neonatologist consultant
  • Intensive neonatal care unit
  • Hospital of St James University
  • Leeds UK

MARY RUDOLF

  • DCH, FRCPCH, FAAP, MBBS, and BSc
  • Group Child Wellbeing Specialist Paeditrician
  • Children’s Programs Leeds Culture
  • House of Belmont
  • Leeds UK

MALCOLM LEVENE

  • MSc, MD, and FRCPCH
  • Pediatrics Professor
  • Medical School
  • The infirmary of Leeds General
  • Leeds UK

Table of Contents

This book has a total of 129 pages, 9 sections, and 61 unique chapters to go through. Here is the table of contents:

Preface

 Abbreviations

Section I: A child’s evaluation

Chapter 1: The paediatric consultation

Chapter 2: Systems examination

Chapter 3: Understanding investigations I

Chapter 4: Understanding investigations II

Section II: The development within a child

Chapter 5: Puberty

Chapter 6: Child growth and development evaluation

Chapter 7: Nutrients necessary for Infants

Chapter 8: Parents with common problems

Chapter 9: Youth Problems

Section III: The children of the community

Chapter 10: Health service for children

Chapter 11: Child care and school

Chapter 12: Immunization and diseases that it can protect against

Chapter 13: Tests for screening and tracking

Section IV: A child that is acutely ill

Chapter 14: A child with an acute disease

Chapter 15: An Unconscious child

Chapter 16: Child’s fitness 

Chapter 17: The child with fever 

Chapter 18: Sudden dehydration and diarrhea

Chapter 19: Vomiting

Chapter 20: The chesty child

Chapter 21: Stridor

Chapter 22: Acute pain in the abdomen

Chapter 23: Burns and accidents

Chapter 24: Poisoning

Section V: Common signs.

Chapter 25: Timely diarrhea

Chapter 26: Stomach pain recurrently

Chapter 27: Constipation

Chapter 28: Urinary symptoms

Chapter 29: Headache

Chapter 30: fits, fainting, and funny turns.

Chapter 31: Leg pain and limping

Chapter 32: The Bloated Joints

Chapter 33: Neck swelling

Chapter 34: Groin and scrotum swellings

Chapter 35: Uncertain cause of pyrexia and extreme recurrent infections

Chapter 36: Rashes—types of skin rashes 

Chapter 37: Rashes—acute rashes

Chapter 38: Rashes—long term skin problems

Chapter 39: Rashes—discrete skin lesions

Chapter 40:  rashes and itchy lesions

Section VI: Issues found through child health monitoring

Chapter 41: Short growth stature and low growth

Chapter 42: Failure to thrive (weight faltering)

Chapter 43: Heart murmurs

Chapter 44: Anaemia and pallor

Chapter 45: Neglect and abuse

Section 46: Development delay in children

Section VII: A newborn baby

Chapter 47: The newborn baby

Chapter 48: Congenital abnormalities

Chapter 49: Prematurity

Chapter 50: Neonatal jaundice

Chapter 51: Inherited heart disorder

Section VIII: Long term illness in childhood

Chapter 52: Asthma

Chapter 53: Diabetes

Chapter 54: Cystic fibrosis

Chapter 55: Juvenile chronic arthritis

Chapter 56: Childhood cancer

Section IX: The kid with a disability

Chapter 57: The autistic child

Chapter 58: A physically and audibly impaired child

Chapter 59: The child with issues that impact the ability of an individual to move and maintain balance and posture (cerebral palsy)

Chapter 60: Epilepsy

Chapter 61: the disability of being unable to learn

Index

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