Harriet Lane Handbook and Harriet Lane Handbook of Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy Package, 2nd Edition
Buy the new edition of The Harriet Lane Handbook together with the new Harriet Lane Handbook of Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy together and save! The Harriet Lane Handbook represents over 50 years of expert guidance for pediatric residents and all those who treat children. The latest edition includes Expert Consult functionality, allowing you to access the complete contents of the book online, fully searchable. Regular online updates to the book’s trademark formulary keep you absolutely current. The new Harriet Lane Handbook of Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy expands on the indispensable Harriet Lane formulary to help you effectively treat a broad spectrum of pediatric infections. Both titles organize a wealth of information into a convenient, pocket-sized format that you can reference anywhere. By purchasing them together, you'll be saving money while expanding the essential answers that you'll have at your fingertips.
- The Harriet Lane Handbook, 18th Edition offers new or revised chapters on palliative care, toxicology, dermatology, and growth and nutrition to help you streamline diagnosis and treatment. Expert Consult functionality allows you to access the complete contents of the book online, fully searchable, with regular updates to the drug formulary.
- The Harriet Lane Handbook of Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy delivers a complete listing of all antibiotic and non-antibiotic treatments and indications for use, as well as detailed discussions on antibiotic resistance, post-exposure prophylaxis, and a large section that details adverse effects - allowing you to quickly and accurately choose the right medication for anything you encounter.
- A special package price allows you to own both of these indispensable resources at a substantial savings.
By Johns Hopkins Hospital; Kristin Arcara, Children’s Medical and Surgical Center of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
; Megan Tschudy, MD, Children’s Medical and Surgical Center of The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, Maryland
; Julia A. McMillan, MD, Director, Residency Program, Vice Chair for Pediatric Education, Professor, Pediatric Infectious Diseases, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD and George K. Siberry, MD, MHP, Co-Chair, Infection Control, Krieger Institute, Assistant Professor of Pediatrics, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD