Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics, 5th edition, is a concise, portable handbook summarizing the wide range of conditions encountered in pediatric emergency departments. As children with acute problems often receive care in private offices and clinics, it is equally relevant for pediatricians, emergency medicine physicians, family practitioners and internists. The 5th edition of this hugely successful resource is the leading book of its kind for several reasons: ac Clear, concise guidance is given for patient evaluation and follow-up and explicit indications for admission ac Every chapter is organized in a standard format, making it very easy for a reader to locate critical information rapidly ac A dedicated 'Special Considerations' chapter addresses difficult problems such as the crying infant and the cross-cultural encounter Numerous new topics are included, making Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics, 5th edition an invaluable resource for any physician working in acute care settings where children are seen.However, excessive cricoid pressure may kink the trachea and prevent air from entering the lungs. Bag mask The most common system used to ventilate an apneic patient consists of a self-inflating bag (Ambu Bag), an O2 reservoir ( corrugatedanbsp;...
|Title||:||Clinical Manual of Emergency Pediatrics|
|Author||:||Ellen F. Crain, Jeffrey C. Gershel|
|Publisher||:||Cambridge University Press - 2010-12-02|