Pediatric Physical Examination: An Illustrated Handbook

Pediatric Physical Examination: An Illustrated Handbook - 3rd Edition

Pediatric Physical Examination: An Illustrated Handbook 3rd edition pdf free download

   Author(s): Karen Duderstadt
   Publisher: Mosby, Year: 2018
                                        
 Description: 

Known for its high efficiency, detailed reach, and compact qualities, Pediatric Physical Exam Guide: 3rd Edition is a demonstrated need for those who need to test children of all ages. In this spiral-bound book you can find photos of what to expect on a physical test of infants, ones (small children, big children, preschoolers, schoolchildren, teenagers, and another solid core of adults), as well as adults. The body systems book goes over a sequence of main developmental phases of childhood, starting with the development of the embryo. For babies and small children, Duderstadt uses the quiet-to-active approach preferred by medical specialists and found more effective for this age-group than the conventional head-to-toe approach used for adults. This version contains a new chapter on infant physical inspection, extended coverage on skin health problems and new Red Flag highlights to help you spot high-priority health issues.

Expert advice for the paediatric test uses the quiet-to-active approach to the evaluation and appraisal of babies ― including preterm infants ― and young children. This appraisal model, which allows for an ear to take a look at the child and for a hand to reach out, yields the best defined accurate outcomes in this child category.

What the book includes are big vivid images of the evaluation that can aid when you study the assessment. You can also see some pictures of what the assessment finds, so you can be a bit more familiar with the neural activity of the brain. It is also full of talking pictures so you can visualise it more quickly.

This much-needed, important, succinct, easy-to-use format grants fast access to concise instructions for the paediatric physical exam.

There is a quick-reference special features including:
  1. Information Collection tables highlight questions and evidence needed from the patient/guardian, with questions easily divided by age group, to guide history-taking.
  2. A collection of succinct conditions tables summarise typical abnormal findings of each test area.
  3. "Pediatric Pearls on Effective Physical Examination" illustrate critical examination methods that are derived from years of professional experience.
  4. Family, Cultural, and Racial Aspects sections discuss the critically critical fields of family and cultural evaluation to train you for discrepancies to expect when evaluating children of different cultural or racial classes.
  5. Evidence-Based Practice Tips illustrate supportive and realistic research outcomes that inform the professional practise.
  6. Bulleted Overview of Test lists at the end of each examination chapter illustrate main evaluation points correlated with each body system and act as a helpful learning aid and easy guide.
  7. In this chapter we will discuss explanations of how to report physical test results in the health record, and we will also be familiarising ourselves with the reporting vocabulary and structure.
  8. The book comes with a comfortable spiral binding that allows you to either lay the book open, or fold it back for ease of use in the clinical environment.
  9. It is new! This revised version of the Newborn Assessment places you in a position to offer detailed tests of new babies.
  10. Up to date. This updated text will serve as a basis for skin care diagnosis and recovery, a foundation you will have to know well to properly treat skin disorders.
  11. This is Really unique!. This application tracks and advises you to prepare for and understand health problems linked to conflict-related regional relocation, such as injuries, dehydration, and other high-priority health issues faced by clinicians or practitioners (e.g., croup, developmental delay).
  12. Quite special! The Interprofessional Collaboration mode specifies that the Interprofessional Collaboration function facilitates interaction of physicians with other healthcare and non-healthcare professions such as Occupational Therapists, Physical Therapists and other professional tools.
  13. Fresh! In the second edition, over 250 pages have been devoted to new material, including discussion of new subjects including gender considerations, ASD screening, and electronic recording (charting via the EHR).
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