AAP Textbook of Adolescent Care is an action-oriented working tool expressly built for efficient, on-target clinical problem-solving.
Broad scope - Nearly 200 chapters cover physical growth and development...examination and laboratory screening...sexual development...puberty...obesity...sleep disorders...adolescent dermatology and much more.
Clear management guidelines - Provides step-by-step recomendations: what to do, how to do it; when to admit, when to treat, when to refer.
Evidence-based approach - Treat patients and counsel parents with high confidence.
Excellent study reference - for the pediatric or internal medicine boards.
Integrated companion resources - Use with complementary AAP resources: AAP Textbook of Pediatric Care, Tools for Practice, and Pediatric Care Online.
Evidence-based clinical practice guidelines and policy statements from the AAP! Keep current with the latest practice guidelines and policies from the AAP covering more than 40 conditions, including diabetes, community acquired pneumonia, Group B Streptococcal Diseases, methicillin-resistant staphylococcus aureus, and more. Updated and expanded for 2017 Printed text and eBook access of all AAP clinical practice guidelines and full text of 2016 AAP policy statements Complete 2016 AAP policy statements, clinical reports, and technical reports Quick reference tools including coding tips and patie.
Diagnosis and Management of Childhood Obstructive Sleep Apnea Syndrome
The new 7th Edition gives you a single place to look for the most recent and recommendations on quality care of pregnant women, their fetuses, and their neonates. Jointly developed by the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) and the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG), this resource addresses the full spectrum of perinatal medicine from both the obstetric and pediatric standpoints. Guidelines for Perinatal Care has been revised and updated to reflect current scientific data, professional opinion, and clinical advances. Important new material in the 7th Edition includes: Evidence-based recommendations for safe, effective diagnostic and therapeutic interventions in both maternal-fetal medicine and neonatology. New information on planned home birth and underwater births. Expanded coverage on obstetric and medical complications and evidence-based recommendations to guide clinical practice. Updated recommendations on neonatal resuscitation, screening and management of hyperbilirubinemia, and neonatal drug withdrawal. New chapter on quality improvement and patient safety. Expanded coverage on neonatal intensive care unit data collection; rapid cycle improvement; and quality improvement collaboratives and much more
This full-color pocket reference puts essential ECG information at your fingertips! Based on Barbara Aehlert's ECGs Made Easy, 4th Edition , this handy, easy-to-use guide includes a brief description of each rhythm accompanied by a summary of the characteristics of the rhythm and a sample rhythm strip. A compact size makes this reference ideal for use in the field! Numerous tables, boxes, and illustrations are used to summarize key information. Updates reflect current changes to the fourth edition of ECGs Made Easy
Developed for health care professionals who provide care to pregnant women and newborns, the Perinatal Continuing Education Program (PCEP) is a comprehensive, self-paced education program in four volumes. Completely updated and revised with leading-edge procedures and techniques, Book II: Maternal and Fetal Care, 3rd Edition features 10 units containing information and skills essential for recognition and initial management of high-risk and sick pregnant women and their fetuses
Developed for health care professionals who provide care to pregnant women and newborns, the Perinatal Continuing Education Program (PCEP) is a comprehensive, self-paced education program in four volumes. Completely updated and revised with leading-edge procedures and techniques, Book IV: Specialized Newborn Care, 3rd Edition features 6 units dealing with complex neonatal therapies, such as assisted ventilation, as well as a unit on continuing care for at-risk babies and those with specal problems following intensive care.