Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts: Just The Facts by Gary StrangePediatric Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts: Just The Facts by Gary Strange

Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts: Just The Facts

byGary Strange, William Ahrens, Robert Schafermeyer

Paperback | October 7, 2003

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An outstanding exam review tool for board and recertification exams. This all-in-one resource features high-yield “must-know” facts in a bulleted, outline format. Includes coverage of epidemiology, clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and treatment as well as self-assessment study questions and answers. Referenced to related chapters in Pediatric Emergency Medicine: A Comprehensive Study Guide, 2/e.
Gary R. Strange, MD, Professor and Chairman, Department of Emergency Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois William Ahrens, MD, Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, University of Illinois, Chicago, Illinois Kemedy Kathryn McQuillen, MD, Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, Christ Hospital and Medi...
Title:Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Just the Facts: Just The FactsFormat:PaperbackDimensions:512 pages, 11 × 8.5 × 0.92 inPublished:October 7, 2003Publisher:McGraw-Hill Companies,Inc.Language:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0071400869

ISBN - 13:9780071400862


Table of Contents

Section I. Resuscitation

1. Respiratory Failure

2. Shock

3. CPR

4. RSI

5. Neonatal Resuscitation


7. Discontinuation of Life Support

Section II. Trauma Care

8. Multiple Trauma

9. Head Trauma

10. C-spine Trauma

11. Thoracic Trauma

12. Abdominal Trauma

13. Genitourinary and Rectal Trauma

14. Maxillofacial Trauma

15. Eye Trauma

16. Orthopedic Injuries

17. Injuries to the Upper Extremities

18. Injuries to the Hand and Wrist

19. Fractures of the Pelvis and Femur

20. Injuries to the Lower Extremities

21. Soft Tissue Injury and Wound Repair

22. Conscious Sedation and Pain Control

Section III. Respiratory Emergencies

23. Emergencies of the Upper Airway

24. Asthma

25. Bronchiolitis

26. Pneumonia

27. Pertussis

28. Bronchopulmonary Dysplasia

29. Cystic Fibrosis

Section IV. Cardiovascular Emergencies

30. Congenital Heart Disease

31. Congestive and Inflammatory Heart Diseases

32. Dysrhythmias

33. Peripheral Vascular Disease

Section V. Neurologic Emergencies

34. Age-Specific Neurologic Examination

35. Altered Mental Status and Coma

36. Seizures

37. Syncope

38. Ataxia

39. Weakness

40. Headache

41. Hydrocephalus

42. Cerebral Palsy

43. Cerebrovascular Syndromes

Section VI. Infectious Emergencies

44. The Febrile Child

45. Meningitis

46. Toxic Shock Syndrome

47. Kawasaki Syndrome

48. Common Parasitic Infections

Section VII. Gastrointestinal Emergencies

49. Gastroenteritis

50. Non-Surgical Gastrointestinal Problems

51. Acute Abdominal Conditions That May Require Surgical Intervention

Section VIII. Endocrine and Metabolic Emergencies

52. Disorders of Glucose Metabolism

53. Adrenal Insufficiency

54. Hyperthyroidism

55. Fluids and Electrolytes

56. Metabolic Acidosis

Section IX. Genitourinary Emergencies

57. Genitourinary Problems

58. Urinary Tract Diseases

59. Specific Renal Syndromes

Section X. Dermatologic Emergencies

60. Petechiae and Purpura

61. Pruritic Rashes

62. Superficial Skin Infections

63. Exanthems

64. Infant Rashes

Section XI. Oral, Ear, Nose and Throat Emergencies

65. Ear and Nose Emergencies

66. Emergencies of the Oral Cavity and Neck

Section XII. Eye Emergencies

67. Eye Emergencies

Section XIII. Gynecologic and Obstetric Emergencies

68. Pediatric and Adolescent Gynecology

Section XIV. Hematologic Emergencies

69. Anemias

70. Sickle Cell Disease

71. Bleeding Disorders

72. Blood Components

Section XV. Oncologic Emergencies

73. Oncologic Emergencies

Section XVI. Non-Traumatic Bone and Joint Disorders

74. Infectious Musculoskeletal Disorders

75. Inflammatory Musculoskeletal Disorders

76. Structural Musculoskeletal Disorders

Section XVII. Toxicologic Emergencies

77. General Principles of Poisoning: Diagnosis and Management

78. Acetaminophen

79. Toxic Alcohols

80. Anticholinergic Poisoning

81. Oral Anticoagulants

82. Antihypertensives, Beta Blockers and Calcium Antagonists

83. Arsenic

84. Aspirin

85. Carbon Monoxide

86. Caustics

87. Cocaine Toxicity

88. Cyanide Poisoning

89. Cyclic Antidepressant Overdose

90. Digoxin Toxicity

91. Fish Poisoning

92. Hydrocarbons

93. Iron Poisoning

94. Isoniazid Toxicity

95. Lead Poisoning

96. Methemoglobinemia

97. Mushroom Poisoning

98. Neuroleptics

99. Non-Steroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs

100. Opioids

101. Organophosphates and Carbamates

102. Phencyclidine Toxicity

103. Poisonous Plants

104. Sedative Hypnotics

105. Theophylline

106. Lethal Toxins in Small Doses

Section XVIII. Environmental Emergencies

107. Human and Animal Bites

108. Snake Envenomations

109. Spider Bites

110. Marine Envenomations

111. Near Drowning

112. Burns and Electrical Injuries

113. Heat and Cold

114. High-Altitude Illness and Dysbarism

115. Radiation Emergencies

Section XIX. Psychosocial Emergencies

116. Child Abuse

117. Psychiatric Emergencies

Section XX. Emergency Medical Services

118. Pediatric Prehospital Care

119. Interfacility Transport