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A Clinical Guide to Pediatric Infectious Disease (Recall by Donald Janner

By Donald Janner

The proper time-saver for the busy clinician on the entrance strains of pediatric care, this useful consultant promises a realistic "how-to" point of view on analysis and remedy for various regularly encountered infections.

Broad-based fabric is helping you meet the demanding situations of more than a few infectious ailment states—from otitis media, sinusitis, and urinary tract infection...to hepatitis, cervical adenitis, pediatric tuberculosis, pneumonia, catheter an infection, and more.

Let those dynamic positive aspects consultant your diagnostic and remedy choices...
* Clinically crucial fabric on particular medications and dosages is helping you choose the simplest remedy for every sufferer, and signals you to possibly detrimental dosing mistakes and drug interactions.
* Section on actual interpretation of laboratory tests outlines right interpretive process for more than a few universal checks and is helping hone your diagnostic skills.
* Consistent bankruptcy template enables you to find wanted info quickly.
* Coverage of an infection keep watch over in organ transplant recipients is helping you meet the unique wishes of this sufferer population.
* Convenient size makes this an amazing quick-consult on the bedside, within the lab, or within the office.

Diagnose and deal with formative years infections with confidence...Order your replica today!

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