Recent Advances in Pediatrics (Volume 19): Hot Topics

by Gupte Suraj
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Author/Editor Gupte Suraj
ISBN 9789380704005
Speciality Pediatrics
DOI 10.5005/jp/books/11219
Edition 1/e
Publishing Year 2010
Pages 566
Book Type Reference
Book Series Recent Advances
Chapter Name Size Page No
 

The chapters in the book RECENT ADVANCES IN PEDIATRICS attempt to review the depth and breadth of knowledge in the field of contemporary pediatrics with special reference to its applicability in the Indian subcontinent. Topics like liver transplantations, rickets, nutritional anemia, thalassemia, benign epilepsies, status epilepticus, refractory epilepsy, autism spectrum disorders, fungal infections, reactive arthritis, HIV, neonatal sepsis, rheumatic fever, sleep disorders, primary immunodeficiency and respiratory allergies are discussed. As a special feature an outstanding topic “Spotlight on Medicolegal Aspects of Pediatrics” is being incorporated. Interpretation of peripheral blood film and bone marrow aspiration and biopsy are dealt with. Other topics discussed include antioxidants in clinical practice, colony stimulating factors, prenatal diagnosis, antenatal steroids, immunization programs, child friendly school initiative, and media and children.

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