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It describes paediatrics as challenging and rewarding area of medicine. Professional skills and knowledge those would be expected of a good paediatrician are also summarized here.
In subsequent chapters on traditional topics, each chapter follows the same format, 5e40 sections, followed by bullet points. Each section includes subtitles for causes, differential diagnosis, clinical assessment, investigations, management, prognosis, etc. Both signs and symptoms of illness, as well as specific diseases are covered.
Virtually all topics are limited to 1e2 pages of important information. The last chapter 31 highlights the ethical issues in everyday clinical practice. All chapters have been updated for this new edition, with enhanced usage of diagnostic and treatment algorithms.
With practical advice and space for personalized notes, this handbook will be invaluable to all those involved in the care of all children. This book is well formatted, written in a clear and didactic style, beautifully presented and the layout is very reader friendly. However, it would be more user-friendly if all drugs and dosage, normal values of tests are separately mentioned as annex.