Table of Contents
Chapter 1: Neonatal Jaundice Chapter 2: Faltering Growth (Failure to Thrive) Chapter3: The wheezy child Bronchiolitis Upper Respiratory Tract Infections Wheeze associated with Viral Illnesses Asthma Chapter 4:The child with stridor or barking cough Chapter 5: The febrile child Possible Sepsis Meningitis Urinary Tract Infection Lower Respiratory Tract Infection Chapter 6: Abdominal Pain The surgical abdomen Non-specific abdominal pain Chapter 7: Funny do's Chapter 8: Constipation Chapter 9: Diarrhoea and vomiting Chapter 10: Child protection concerns All chapters will include the following sections: Introduction and overview What to look for in the history and diagnosis The pitfalls to avoid (dos and don'ts) The suggested management of each problem Some indication of what hospital paediatricians may have to add to diagnosis. A flowchart where useful
Edward Snelson: After working as a GP partner for five years Edward decided to become a hospital paediatrician based on a desire to spend all of his time doing what he enjoys most, treating children. He is also an enthusiastic teacher of colleagues and medical students. During his career, Edward has gained a great deal of experience treating children and teaching in a variety of environments. It is with this in mind that he has written this book as a quick reference guide to help doctors deal effectively with common paediatric problems.
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