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Available exclusively from the AAP! The Neonatal Resuscitation eBook Collection, including the 7th Edition Neonatal Resuscitation Textbook in English and Spanish.

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  • Quick Reference Guide to Pediatric Care
    Quick Reference Guide to Pediatric Care
    By American Academy of Pediatrics
    Edited by Deepak M. Kamat, MD,PhD,FAAP, Henry M. Adam, MD,FAAP and Kathleen K. Cain, MD,FAAP

    The AAP Quick Reference Guide to Pediatric Care delivers the practical, action-oriented clinical solutions you need "right now." It’s the perfect resource to use during or between patient encounters. Authoritative AAP content is presented in a concise outline format that makes it easy to zero in on what you’re looking for. Quickly look up key information and recommendations on: Prevention, Screening, Signs and Symptoms, Treatment, Emotional and behavioral problems, Specific clinical problems and Critical Situations. Need-to-know information and advice on more than 230 topic areas (scroll down for topic list) - everything from abdominal pain and ADHD to herpes and HIV to umbilical anomalies and UTIs. Efficiently evaluate signs and symptoms; Order the right screening/diagnostic tests; Implement approved therapeutic strategies; Prescribe safe and effective medications; Confidently respond to patient questions; Valuable "extras" help you find solutions even faster. A 32-page insert with more than 100 full-color images: Contents Include: Abdominal Distention, Abdominal Pain, Acne, Acute Surgical Abdomen, Adrenal Dysfunction, Airways Obstruction, Allergic Rhinitis, Alopecia and Hair Shaft Anomalies, Altered Mental Status, Amblyopia

    Amenorrhea, Anaphylaxis, Anemia and Pallor, Animal Bites, Anorexia Nervosa, Anuria and Oliguria, Apparent Life-Threatening Event,

    Appendicitis, Asthma, Atopic Dermatitis, ADHD , Autism, Back Pain, Bacterial Skin Infections, Brain Tumors, Bronchiolitis, Bulimia Nervosa,

    Cancers in Childhood, Cardiac Arrhythmias, Cardiovascular Screening, Cerebral Palsy, Chest Pain, Chickenpox, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome,

    Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate, Colic, Common Cold, Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Conduct Disorders, Congenital and Acquired Heart Disease, Constipation, Contact Dermatitis, Contagious Exanthematous Diseases, Conversion Reactions and Hysteria, Cough, Cross-Sex Behavior and Gender Identity Disorder, Croup, Cystic and and much more.

  • The Joys of Pediatrics
    The Joys of Pediatrics
    By American Academy of Pediatrics
    Edited by Mohsen Ziai, MD, Honrary FAAP

    Take a break from the stresses of your practice with this collection of anecdotes collected from pediatricians. Ranging from “kids say the darndest things” to the courageous statements of terminally ill children, the collection will make you laugh, cry, and remember why you chose a career in pediatrics.

  • Pediatric Pain Management for Primary Care
    Pediatric Pain Management for Primary Care
    Edited by Joseph D. Tobias, MD, FAAP and Jayant K. Deshpande, MD, FAAP

    The updated and expanded edition of this practical, clinical guide to pediatric pain management and sedation includes 4 new chapters with new and expanded coverage of postoperative and acute pain management, chronic and cancer pain management, regional nerve blocks and interpleural analgesia, neonatal pain management, and sedation in the pediatric intensive care unit.

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