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Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook, Second Edition

Author(s): Stephanie L. D'Augustine, MD, FAAP, Private Practice, Ventura, California
Todd J. Flosi, MD, FAAP, Department of Pediatrics, Ventura County Medical Center, Ventura, California, Clinical Instructor, Department of Family Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California
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  • ISBN-13: 9781449636401
  • Paperback    324 pages      © 2013
Price: International Sales $19.95 US List
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Completed revised and updated for 2011, the Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook, Second Edition is the essential quick clinical reference for the busy outpatient pediatrician, family physician, or student/resident on a pediatric clinic rotation.

This pocket guide includes the latest and most authoritative clinical practice guidelines and is packed with easy-to-understand algorithms, tables, charts, and lists. Covering newborns through adolescents, the meticulously referenced Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook, Second Edition puts the most important but hardest-to-remember facts, treatment options, prognoses and other critical information at your fingertips.
 

Chapter 1  Adolescent
Chapter 2  Allergy / Immunology
Chapter 3  Behavior / Development
Chapter 4  Cardiology
Chapter 5  Dermatology
Chapter 6  Endocrinology
Chapter 7  Gastroenterology
Chapter 8  General Pediatrics
Chapter 9  Hematology
Chapter 10  Immunizations
Chapter 11  Neonatology
Chapter 12  Nephrology
Chapter 13  Neurology
Chapter 14  Nutrition
Chapter 15  Ophthalmology
Chapter 16  Orthopedics
Chapter 17  Otolaryngology
Chapter 18  Pulmonology
Chapter 19  Urology

Stephanie L. D'Augustine, MD, FAAP-Private Practice, Ventura, California

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Todd J. Flosi, MD, FAAP-Department of Pediatrics, Ventura County Medical Center, Ventura, California, Clinical Instructor, Department of Family Medicine, UCLA School of Medicine, Los Angeles, California

  • The Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook is always in my coat pocket. As a new nurse practitioner, I reference it often and feel more confident with my clinical decisions after a quick flip through the pages.  Difficult content is neatly organized and illustrated in easy to understand tables, diagrams and mnemonics.  It is the most accurate, complete, quick reference for clinicians who care for the outpatient pediatric population.

    Soraida Valencia, PNP-AC

  • Information in the Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook categorized in a clear, concise, easy-to-read manner.  I have found all necessary information needed to work proficiently on pediatric unit in this pocketbook, ranging from Disease process - Signs/Symptoms - Assessing - Plan of care - Medications - Treatments.  This information has been very helpful.  Fits perfectly in pocket and has endless availability of resources.  Undeniably worth the price I paid for it -A great reference guide!

    Teresa McGrath, RN