Pulmonary Manifestations of Pediatric Diseases
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Pulmonary Manifestations of Pediatric Diseases is the first comprehensive, practical book strictly focused on diagnosing and treating the full spectrum of respiratory complications of non-pulmonary diseases. Pediatric pulmonologists and other expert specialists present their up-to-date and balanced perspectives on new approaches to therapy and recent advances on everything from HIV/AIDS and transplantation to postoperative complications. The contributors are some of the most distinguished and recognizable physicians in their fields giving you the benefit of accumulated insight and experience. You’ll have everything you need to perform a complete pulmonary consultation in one handy reference.
- Details the key “need-to-know” facts for accurate diagnosis and therapy during pulmonary consultations.
- Provides the latest updates on rapidly-changing topics, including HIV/AIDS, transplantation, and postoperative pulmonary complications.
- Discusses current clinical controversies to provide perspectives on sensitive topics and offers the authors’ preferred approaches whenever relevant.
- Features balanced coverage on each condition from a pediatric pulmonologist and other expert pediatric specialists.
"Well referenced it is of practical interest to all pediatricians and certainly pulmonologists. Recommended to all pediatric libraries." Pediatic Endocrinology Reviews, September 2009
"In this well-organized textbook, editors Turcios and Fink (pediatric pulmonary specialists) provide a comprehensive guide to the respiratory complications that can accompany non-pulmonary diseases. Effects and interactions between disease and lung function are detailed in 14 chapters addressing cardiac, renal, hematologic and oncologic, endocrine and metabolic, neuromuscular, rheumatoid, dermatologic, parasitic, and genetic disorders as well as chronic lung disorder in infants, pulmonary manifestations in HIV and in other immunosuppressive diseases. The chapters are clearly laid out with well-designed chapter heads that list specific diseases covered therein, followed by tables (diagnostic criteria, classification criteria, associated conditions, etc.), graphs, diagrams and black and white photos. Encouraging the effective balance between pediatric pulmonary practice and other pediatric specialties, the text provides a reference for both diagnosis and therapy."
- Book News, Inc.
By Nelson L. Turcios, MD, Pediatric Pulmonology Consultant, Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital; Director, Pedatric Asthma Institute, Somerville, NJ and Robert J. Fink, MD, Medical Director, Pulmonary Medicine, The Children's Medical Center, Dayton, OH