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The Hospital for Sick Children manual of pediatric trauma /
[edited by] Angelo Mikrogianakis, Rahim Valani, Adam Cheng.
imprint
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2008.
description
xvi, 292 p. : ill.
ISBN
0781778166, 9780781778169
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imprint
Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, c2008.
isbn
0781778166
9780781778169
contents note
Primary survey, secondary survey, and adjuncts / Priscilla Chiu -- Airway management / Cengiz Karsli -- Diagnostic imaging of the pediatric trauma patient / Stephen F. Miller -- Head trauma: medical management / James Hutchison and Anne-Marie Guerguerian -- Head trauma: surgical management / Sandrine de Ribaupierre and Peter Dirks -- Craniofacial injury / Christopher R. Forrest -- Neck and airway injury / Paolo Campisi -- Pediatric cervical spine injuries / Shauna Jain -- Thoracic trauma in children / Patricio Herrera and Jacob C. Langer -- Abdominal and pelvic trauma / Mohammed Zamakhshary and Paul W. Wales -- Orthopedic trauma / Andrew Howard -- Thoracic and lumbar spine injuries / Andrew Jea and James M. Drake -- Pediatric thermal injury / Laura Snell and Howard Clarke -- Smoke inhalation / Sanjay V. Mehta -- Electrical injury / Amina Lalani -- Drowning and submersion injuries / Adam Cheng -- Pain management and sedation / Rahim Valani -- Nonaccidental trauma / Michelle Shouldice -- Injury prevention / Safe Kids Canada -- Trauma procedures in the emergency department / Rahim Valani -- Transport of the pediatric trauma patient / Adam Cheng.
catalogue key
8955621
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Main Description
Written by physicians from Toronto's internationally renowned Hospital for Sick Children, this manual presents practical, evidence-based guidelines on the evaluation and management of a wide range of traumatic injuries in children. The authors' recommendations are based on their extensive clinical experience and reviews of the most recent literature, and presented in a concise, accessible format. Chapters are written in bulleted outline format and include boxed and highlighted "Trauma Pearls," as well as detailed and up-to-date algorithms and flow charts. Numerous illustrations and tables help the reader understand key points. Extensive reading lists appear at the end of each chapter.
Bowker Data Service Summary
Written by physicians from Toronto's internationally renowned Hospital for Sick Children, this manual presents practical, evidence-based guidelines on the evaluation and management of a wide range of traumatic injuries in children and recommendations based on extensive clinical experience.
Table of Contents
Dedicationp. v
Prefacep. vii
Contributorsp. ix
Acknowledgmentsp. xiii
Introductionp. 1
Primary Survey, Secondary Survey, and Adjunctsp. 9
Airway Managementp. 21
Diagnostic Imaging of the Pediatric Trauma Patientp. 31
Head Trauma: Medical Managementp. 61
Head Trauma: Surgical Managementp. 69
Craniofacial Injuryp. 83
Neck and Airway Injuryp. 107
Pediatric Cervical Spine Injuriesp. 115
Thoracic Trauma in Childrenp. 131
Abdominal and Pelvic Traumap. 145
Orthopedic Traumap. 161
Thoracic and Lumbar Spine Injuriesp. 177
Pediatric Thermal Injuryp. 193
Smoke Inhalationp. 203
Electrical Injuryp. 211
Drowning and Submersion Injuriesp. 219
Pain Management and Sedationp. 225
Nonaccidental Traumap. 235
Injury Preventionp. 245
Trauma Procedures in the Emergency Departmentp. 253
Transport of the Pediatric Trauma Patientp. 275
Indexp. 281
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