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The Washington Manual Of Pediatrics

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Focusing on the essential information you need to know when caring for children in the hospital, ICU, emergency department, or subspecialty outpatient clinic, Dr. Andrew J. White’s Washington Manual® of Pediatrics, 3rd Edition, provides concise, high-yield content that reflects recent advances in the field. This practical volume in the Lippincott Manual series presents brief, logical approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of common inpatient pediatric problems, as well as evidence-based references where they are available. It addresses common challenges faced by residents, interns, pediatric hospitalists, and medical students, plus offers practical solutions and expert guidance – all in one portable and user-friendly resource. Includes new chapters on Newborn Nursery, Immunodeficiency, Night Curriculum (how to answer cross-covering calls), Infection Prevention, Child Psychiatry, and Palliative Care Covers growth and nutrition, emergencies, poisonings, newborn medicine, critical care, surgery, adolescent medicine, child maltreatment, allergy and immunology, radiology, sedation, genetic diseases, and much more Contains numerous tables, algorithms, and evidence-based references that keep you up to date Written by interns, residents, chief residents, subspecialty fellows, and faculty at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University in St. Louis The Washington Manual® is a registered mark belonging to Washington University in St. Louis to which international legal protection applies. The mark is used in this publication by Wolters Kluwer Health under license from Washington University. Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience Read directly on your preferred device(s),such as computer, tablet, or smartphone. Easily convert to audiobook,powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.

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Focusing on the essential information you need to know when caring for children in the hospital, ICU, emergency department, or subspecialty outpatient clinic, Dr. Andrew J. White’s Washington Manual® of Pediatrics, 3rd Edition, provides concise, high-yield content that reflects recent advances in the field. This practical volume in the Lippincott Manual series presents brief, logical approaches to the diagnosis and treatment of common inpatient pediatric problems, as well as evidence-based references where they are available. It addresses common challenges faced by residents, interns, pediatric hospitalists, and medical students, plus offers practical solutions and expert guidance – all in one portable and user-friendly resource. Includes new chapters on Newborn Nursery, Immunodeficiency, Night Curriculum (how to answer cross-covering calls), Infection Prevention, Child Psychiatry, and Palliative Care Covers growth and nutrition, emergencies, poisonings, newborn medicine, critical care, surgery, adolescent medicine, child maltreatment, allergy and immunology, radiology, sedation, genetic diseases, and much more Contains numerous tables, algorithms, and evidence-based references that keep you up to date Written by interns, residents, chief residents, subspecialty fellows, and faculty at St. Louis Children’s Hospital and Washington University in St. Louis The Washington Manual® is a registered mark belonging to Washington University in St. Louis to which international legal protection applies. The mark is used in this publication by Wolters Kluwer Health under license from Washington University. Enrich Your eBook Reading Experience Read directly on your preferred device(s),such as computer, tablet, or smartphone. Easily convert to audiobook,powering your content with natural language text-to-speech.

Contributors v
Preface xi
Primary Care and the Continuity Clinic 1
Marie Batty and Cassandra Pruitt
Newborn Nursery 21
Kelsey Sisti and Noor Riaz
Emergencies 33
Anne Marie Anderson and Tara Conway Copper
Poisonings 53
Jennifer Horst, Ari Filip, and Robert M. Kennedy
Basic Orthopedics 71
Kathryn Leonard and Dean Odegard
Child Maltreatment 90
Adrienne D. Atzemis and Jamie S. Kondis
Neonatology 104
Kelleigh Briden and Melissa M. Riley
Critical Care 121
Ashley Turner, Ashley Steed, and Nikoleta Kolovos
Surgery 154
Baddr Shakhsheer and Brad W. Warner
Adolescent Medicine 170
Jessica Sims, Sarah Mermelstein, Sarah Tycast, and Katie Plax
Allergic Diseases and Asthma 190
Alexa Altman Doss, Jeffrey Stokes, Caroline C. Horner, and Lila Kertz
Child Psychiatry 222
Andrea Giedinghagen
Developmental and Behavioral Pediatrics 231
Paul S. Simons and Abigail M. Kissel14
Cardiology 252
William B. Orr and Jennifer N. Avari Silva
15
Dermatologic Diseases 282
Lily Chen, Cynthia Wang, and Leonid Shmuylovich
16
Genetic Diseases 306
Katherine Abell King, Catherine Gooch, and Hoanh Nguyen
17
Gastrointestinal Symptoms and Associated
Diseases 324
Elizabeth C. Utterson, Stefani Tica, Robert J. Rothbaum,
and David A. Rudnick
18
Endocrinology 337
Ana María Arbeláez, Carine Anka, Katherine Burgener, Samuel Cortez,
Jennifer May, and Stephen Stone
19
Hematology and Oncology 380
Sima Bhatt and Melanie Fields
20
Primary Immunodeficiencies 407
Maleewan Kitcharoensakkul
21
Infectious Diseases 423
Andrew B. Janowski, Carol M. Kao, and Alexis Elward
22
Infection Prevention 474
Patti Kieffer and Patrick J. Reich
23
Night Curriculum for Cross Coverage 480
Amanda Reis Dube and Chrissy Hrach
24
Neurology 498
Cameron Crockett, Sarah Dixon, Cristina M. Gaudioso,
and Jennifer L. Griffith
25
Nephrology 521
Brian R. Stotter and Vikas R. Dharnidharka
26
Palliative Care 557
Will Johansen and Joan L. RosenbaumPulmonary Diseases 568
Cadence Kuklinski and Katherine Rivera-Spoljaric
Patient Safety and Quality Improvement 583
Kevin O’Bryan and Chrissy Hrach
Radiology 589
Ting Y. Tao and William McAlister
Rheumatologic Diseases 616
Tarin M. Bigley and Erica Schmitt
Sedation 635
Mythili Srinivasan and Robert M. Kennedy
Appendix A: Immunization Guidelines, 2022 656
Appendix B: Development Milestones 659
Appendix C: Growth Charts 667
Appendix D: Tanner Stages 677
Appendix E: Phototherapy/Exchange Transfusion Guidelines 679
Appendix F: Hypertension in Children and Adolescents 681
Appendix G: Common Procedures 693
Index 699

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