Knowledge of the practical procedures that are commonly used in diagnosis, evaluation and management is vital to the health professional. Despite this, however, the time allocated to gaining and practising important clinical skills during training in shrinking. This book aims to complement, and supplement, the traditional apprenticeship system. It will provide trainee paediatricians and respiratory physicians, and children's nurses in training, with invaluable advice and support when tackling the clinical problems that they are presented with in everyday practice.
With a highly structured approach, numerous illustrative diagrams and clinical photographs, case studies and information boxes, the book will be referred to frequently as a practical tool in the clinical setting and will provide useful guidance and pointers during exam revision.
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Michael Silverman and Christopher O'Callaghan are both at Leicester Royal Infirmary.Review:
..a concise treatise that brings the reader in touch with the wide spectrum of issues encountered in the practice of pediatric pulmonary medicine.
A pragmatic text that will support those faced with children in a variety of settings.
The book will be a useful addition to the library shelves complementing existing paediatric respiratory texts.
Anyone interested in a career in a paediatric respiratory medicine should consider buying this book.....it fills the gap between generalist paediatric textboks and specialist texts. It suceeds in imparting the knowledge required for many situations. I would recommend that libraries, respiratory units and individuals purchase this book; it would be money well spent.
Journal of Child Health Care.
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Book Description Hodder Arnold, 2001. Taschenbuch. Book Condition: Neu. Gebraucht - Wie neu Verlagsfrische Restauflage; keine Mängel - 0 pp. Englisch. Bookseller Inventory # INF1000339227