Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2nd edition
Working in the environment of the emergency department, we experienced a plethora of clinical pathology that enhanced and finely tuned our visual diagnosis skills. Armed with a digital camera and a consent form, we were able to build a library of educational material in the way of clinical pictures, radiographic images, and fascinating stories. Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2nd edition provides enormous encyclopedia of pathology, child emergency
With these assets, the author prepared the first version of the Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and had been humbled and pleased at the enthusiastic response of our audience. Based on that response we have prepared this Atlas. This Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2nd edition is intended to assist the busy clinician in diagnosis, work-up, and disposition. For the privilege of taking care of acutely ill and injured children, this book came into the world.
The experience and images will stimulate clinicians who are starting their careers never to stop asking questions. Author has attempted to make this second version, even more, user-friendly than the first.
Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2nd edition content
The Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2nd edition features a consistent format with concise text regarding Clinical Summary, Emergency Department Treatment and Disposition, and Pearls. Side by side with this brief, easy-to-read book is a wealth of images illustrating what these clinical problems look like in real life in an emergency setting. By making the text higher yield, we have been fortunate to be able to double the number of images in this new edition, significantly enhancing the work.
The not only author have doubled the number of images, but the author has updated the Atlas of Pediatric Emergency Medicine 2nd edition book with the newest imaging techniques available to all who work in the emergency setting. Emergency Ultrasound section is added to this new edition; however, as the medical and lay communities have become “radiation conscious and cautious,” ultrasound and plain radiography remain the workhorses of pediatric imaging.