Prepared by residents and chief residents with senior faculty advisors at the Washington University School of Medicine, this pocket-sized survival guides (one of a series of eight covering a speciality each), outlines the basics that every intern will need from day one on the wards. FEATURES: - Keys to survival at the beginning of the book. - Gives pearls from other books (algorithms, useful formulas, patient notes, top ten work-ups, common calls and complaints, key points on most common problems)- all condensed into one source. - Includes the essentials: what not to miss, when to refer/call for help, and the tricks of the trade. The book also includes guidelines on floor survival, writing prescriptions and calculating IV fluids and feeds, as well as laboratory reference values and formulary information. It also covers adolescent medicine topics such as STDs, eating disorders and suicide. ALSO AVAILABLE FOR PDA!... 130 principles of, 129-131 reactions to, 129-130 Transient neonatal pustular melanosis, 67 Transient tachypnea, in newborns, 169-170 Transplantation, bone marrow, complications of, 135-136 Transverse myelitis, 193 Trauma, 78-80 head, anbsp;...
|Title||:||The Washington Manual Pediatrics Survival Guide|
|Author||:||Ana Maria Arbelaez, Tami Hutton Garmany|