Handbook of Pediatric Intensive Care is a highly practical guide to the care of very sick children, giving clear and concise advice on diagnosis and management. The book is divided into two parts the first on general topics that orientate the reader to the environment of paediatric intensive care, the second takes an organ-system approach, with consideration of specific diagnoses and interventions.
By Gale A. Pearson, Consultant Paediatric Intensivist (Head of Speciality), Intensive Care Unit), The Birmingham Children's Hospital, Birmingham, United Kingdom
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