Emergency Management of the Pediatric Patient: Cases, Algorithms, Evidence
Emergency Management of the Pediatric Patient: Cases, Algorithms, Evidence is a must-have manual detailing effective strategies for initial stabilization and treatment of the critical pediatric patient including PALS review. This book is intended to provide practical high-yield facts and walk its readers through the many steps involved in critically thinking about and caring for acutely ill children, predominantly within the emergency department. Key features include clinical case scenarios of real-life emergency situations, inclusion of literature and evidence that has molded emergency medicine clinical practice, and a pocket-sized card with algorithms for quick reference to protocols.
Author: Kimball A Prentiss MD; Nathan W Mick MD; Brian Cummings MD; Michael R Filbin MD
Publication Date: 39513
Trimsize: 8.5 x 11