Pediatric Emergencies

A Practical, Clinical Guide
Oxford University Press
  • erschienen am 18. August 2020
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  • 528 Seiten
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978-0-19-007388-6 (ISBN)
Pediatric Emergencies comprehensively covers the practical management of pediatric emergencies based on organ systems, with a strong emphasis on clinical relevance. Each chapter explores the background, classic clinical presentation, atypical clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, diagnostic confirmation, treatment, clinical algorithm, disposition, complications, and pitfalls of each topic. Clinical pearls included in each chapter can be used at the bedside, and case examples allow readers to compare and contrast pediatric complaints to adult presentations. More clinically focused than a traditional textbook, and more comprehensive than a typical clinical guide, Pediatric Emergencies is an ideal resource for emergency providers of various backgrounds and training, including emergency physicians, emergency medicine residents, pediatric emergency medicine fellows, pediatricians, and other primary care providers who work in urgent care settings.
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  • Oxford
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  • USA
  • 72,92 MB
978-0-19-007388-6 (9780190073886)
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Dr. Emily Rose is the Director for Pre-Health Undergraduate Studies and the Director of the Minor in Health Care Studies at Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, CA. She trained in Emergency Medicine and was chief resident at Los Angeles County/ USC Medical Center and then completed a Pediatric Emergency Medicine fellowship at Loma Linda University. She has been Emergency Medicine faculty at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center since 2010 where she continues to care for both sick/injured children and adults.
1. Common Neonatal Presentations Kelly D. Young 2. The Crashing Neonate Thomas M. Kennedy and Ghazala Q. Sharieff 3. Brief Resolved Unexplained Event Ilene Claudius 4. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Sheryl Yanger 5. Emergent Airway Management in Pediatrics Kelsey A. Miller and Joshua Nagler 6. Emergency Pediatric Noninvasive Ventilation and Invasive Mechanical Ventilation Garrett S. Pacheco 7. Neonatal Resuscitation Anneka Hooft and Seema Shah 8. Pediatric Resuscitation Matthew Mendes and Taylor McCormick 9. Fever in the Young Infant Paul Ishimine 10. Evaluation of the Extended Fever Sharon E. Mace 11. Common Infections in Children Solomon Behar 12. Pediatric Sepsis Angelica W. DesPain and Ioannis Koutroulis 13. Selected Infectious Disease Emergencies Scott Kobner and Emily Rose 14. Vaccine-Preventable Disease Loren G. Yamamoto 15. Pediatric Respiratory Emergencies Emily Rose 16. Airway Foreign Bodies C. Anthoney Lim, Rachel Whitney, and Jeremy M. Rose 17. The Pediatric Chest X-Ray Loren G. Yamamoto 18. Pediatric Cardiovascular Emergencies Jerri A. Rose 19. Pediatric Neurovascular Emergencies Ellen Duncan and Emily Rose 20. Neurologic Emergencies Molly Hartrich and Emily Rose 21. Fluid and Electrolyte Emergencies Ameer P. Mody 22. Common Pediatric Dermatologic Conditions Julie Furmick and Dale Woolridge 23. Dermatologic Emergencies Erica Kiemele and Emily Rose 24. Skin and Soft Tissue Infections Nicholas M. Orozco and Jessica Lange Osterman 25. Pediatric Burns Neal Moehrle and Jessica Lange Osterman 26. Wound Care Shweta R. Iyer and Ee Tein Tay 27. Renal Emergencies in Children Liza Kearl and Maureen McCollough 28. Pediatric Hematologic Emergencies Jacquelyn Baskin and Jeranil Nunez 29. Pediatric Oncologic Emergencies Ara Festekjian 30. Endocrine Emergencies Davida Hemmy, Henrik Galust, and Katie Bakes 31. Rheumatology Meghan Maloney and C. Anthoney Lim 32. Pediatric Head Injury: Evaluation and Management Across the Spectrum James L. Homme 33. Spinal Trauma Emily MacNeill 34. Pediatric Facial Trauma Christopher S. Amato 35. Pediatric Neck Trauma Kim Newton 36. Pediatric Thoraco-Abdominal Trauma Christopher S. Amato 37. Pediatric Orthopedic Emergencies Janet Semple-Hess 38. Pediatric Otolaryngology Emergency Management Ryan H. Belcher and Patrick Munson 39. Ophthalmologic Emergencies Kate Kaufman 40. Oral and Dental Emergencies Thomas A. Yamamoto, Nam S. Cho, and F. Kyle Yip 41. Pediatric Gastrointestinal Emergencies Joshua Easter 42. Male Genitourinary Emergencies Deborah R. Liu 43. Gynecologic Emergencies Chisom Agbim and Emily L. Willner 44. Obstetrical Emergencies Anna McFarlin 45. Emergency Pediatric Vascular Access Garrett S. Pacheco 46. Pediatric Foreign Bodies: You Stuck What? Where? Ann M. Dietrich 47. Pediatric Procedures Meghan R. Cain and Mark S. Mannenbach 48. Procedural Sedation and Pain Management Rosalia Holzman and Jennifer Mitzman 49. Emergency Care of Children with Medical Complexity Christian D. Pulcini, Annique Hogan, and Eron Friedlaender 50. Pediatric Ingestions and Toxicologic Exposures Vincent Calleo and Richard Cantor 51. Drowning Mark Zhang and Emily Rose 52. Mental Health Emergencies Genevieve Santillanes and Shilpa Agraharkar 53. Child Physical Abuse Rhiannon Main, Laura Jacobson, Amy Young Snodgras, and Tim Young 54. Medical Legal Aspects: Assessment and Treatment of Minors in the Emergency Department Madeline Joseph

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