By Michael South, David Isaacs MB BChir MD MRCP FRACP
This is the 7th version of a very popular, significant textbook of paediatrics.
- Covers the social and preventative elements of kid health
- Covers the typical illnesses of formative years and their remedy with a presenting-problem approach
- Clinical examples throughout
- Key studying issues in sensible issues containers throughout
- Clearly sign-posted text
New to this edition:
- 51 new bankruptcy authors
- All chapters cited up to now with significant re-writes of a number of chapters
- New bankruptcy on Sleep Problems
- New bankruptcy on Refugee Health
Free on-line entry to the complete booklet via www.studentconsult.com, the place additionally, you will find:
- Over 500 interactive self-assessment questions
- Further reading
- Links to different priceless on-line resources
- Additional illustrations
- Empahasis on differential analysis from a presenting-problem aspect of view..
- Covers the social and preventative facets of kid health
- Covers the typical ailments of early life and their therapy with a presenting-problem approach
- Contextualises the sickness in description of social, genetic and epidemiological factors.
- Clinical instance boxes throughout
- Key studying issues in sensible issues bins throughout
- Clearly sign-posted text
Free on-line entry to the full booklet via www.studentconsult.com, the place additionally, you will find:
- Nearly four hundred interactive self-assessment questions
- Further examining suggetions
- Links to different invaluable on-line resources
- Additional illustrations
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