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Building Blocks in Paediatrics

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This book from experienced paediatricians Professor Alf Nicholson and Professor Kevin Dunne covers the essential elements needed throughout the career of those who treat children and adolescents.

Based on the current paediatric training curriculum, this book includes the core basics (section 1), the various symptom-based presentations (section 2) all with input from renowned sub-specialists in Paediatrics, the common presentations relating to age that are seen in primary care (section 3) and the skills you need to have to be a successful trainee or consultant in Paediatrics (section 4). All of the chapters have high quality clinical and radiology images as appropriate and have additional typical case scenarios to highlight the learning points.

This book is unique in that it caters for undergraduate students through to postgraduate trainees in paediatrics or general practice, and the working GP or consultant.

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Section 1 The core elements of paediatrics

1 The well child

2 Taking a paediatric history

3 Physical and developmental examination

4 The newborn and six week check

5 Feeding issues and failure to thrive

6 Growth and puberty

7 The obesity epidemic

Section 2 Symptom-based (all chapters with editing by subspecialists in Ireland and the UK)

8 Food allergies

9 The pale child

10 Congenital heart disease

11 The child with a cough

12 Diabetes mellitus

13 Diarrhoea

14 Fever and its differentials and approach

15 Joint pains

16 Headaches

17 Frequent infections

18 Inborn errors of metabolism

19 Skin rashes

20 Seizures

21 Common surgical issues

22 Safeguarding

23 Neurodisability

24 Problems with the kidneys

25 Acute severe illness

26 Genetics and evaluation for dysmorphic features

Section 3 Common conditions by age

27 Common problems in infancy

28 Frequent flyers in toddlers

29 Issues in school going children

30 Adolescence and adolescent mental health issues

Section 4 Advanced

31 Laboratory interpretation

32 Illness without disease

33 Learning from clinical events

34 ECG interpretation

35 Ethics, professionalism and advocacy

36 Common neonatal problems and neonatal procedures

    • SKU
      9780323834216
    • UPC/ISBN
      9780323834216
    • Stock Last Checked
      May 29, 2024
  • Manufacturer
    Elsevier
  • Publication Date
    Sep 12, 2022
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