BPP University School of Health is collaborating with the British Medical Journal to publish a series of major new reference titles across a number of subject areas. Each volume presents a range of important reference material on specific clinical topics the content of which has been carefully selected from the wealth of information contained in the extensive recent archives of the BMJ and published in the various editions of the journal. These books will provide an invaluable reference source on current best practice for all clinicians. This book draws together a collection of current review articles published in the British Medical Journal on clinically important topics in Paediatrics. Subjects discussed include; the extremely premature neonate: anticipating and managing care, managing common breastfeeding problems in the community, management of infantile colic, diagnosis, management, and prevention of rotavirus gastroenteritis in children, gastro-oesophageal reflux in infants, weight faltering and failure to thrive in infancy and early childhood, managing cows' milk allergy in children, developmental assessment of children, managing wheeze in preschool children, managing common symptoms of cerebral palsy in children, diagnosis and management of autism in childhood, evaluating the child who presents with an acute limp, developmental dysplasia of the hip, current management of clubfoot (congenital talipes equinovarus), diagnosis and management of juvenile idiopathic arthritis, treating difficult and severe eczema in childhood, allergic rhinitis in children, Kawasaki disease, childhood coughs, diagnosis and management of asthma in children, childhood constipation and the management of bloody diarrhoea in children in primary care.
Publisher: BPP Learning Media
Number of pages: 168
Dimensions: 297 x 210 mm
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