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Pediatric Emergency Medicine
Chief Complaints and Differential Diagnosis

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Denis R. Pauze, Erica Escarcega, Michael Leonard, Donald Jeanmonod, William H. Hauda, John Tran, Rebecca Jeanmonod, Ryan Fulton, Melanie K. Prusakowski, Edwin Layng, Sean Zwiebel, Ben Church, Lauren Snyder, Natalie Moore, Dorka M. Jimenez Almonte, Amanda Shorette, M. Bryan Dalla Betta, Daniel K. Pauze, Ben Church, Natalie Moore, David H. Long, Janet Young, Kristine Marie J. Casal, Taylor R. Spencer, Sarah Hudgins, Keel Coleman, Khalief Hamden, Jason Schwaber, Tom Dittrich, Jonathan R. Morgan, Dorota Pazdrowska, Rachel A. Patterson, Benjamin Kitt, M. Bryan Dalla Betta, Kinsey Leonard, Angela Mastantuono, Jason Black, Sarah Hudgins, Jonathan Nogueira, Michelle Clinton, Alyssa Milano, Sade McKenzie, Holly Stankewicz, Brian Kelly, Cara V. Tillotson, Abhishek Chaturvedi, Tom Williams, Emily Miller, Sonika Raj, Matthew Adamo, Anst Gelin, Christine M. George, Carl Daniel, Jason Schwaber, Jamaine Ortis Jr., Jennifer Pelesz, Pamela Young, Leah A. Perez, Efrat Rosenthal, Sundeep M. Shukla
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  • Date Published: January 2018
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Paperback
  • isbn: 9781316608869

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  • Pediatric patients are a unique subset of emergency patients, making up about one-quarter of all emergency department visits. Textbooks regarding the care of pediatric patients are almost universally organized by organ system, which does not facilitate an efficient diagnosis. Taking a case-based approach, Pediatric Emergency Medicine: Chief Complaints and Differential Diagnosis is arranged by chief complaint, using real patient scenarios to help the reader work through the inductive and deductive reasoning needed to assess, evaluate, treat, and disposition pediatric patients with urgent complaints. Cases are structured in the way in which they are presented during medical care, allowing practitioners to become comfortable with the general structure of case presentations: chief complaint, HPI, PMH, ROS, exam, and ancillary studies. This volume also discusses disease processes and their differentiations, providing in-depth knowledge regarding current standards of diagnosis and care.

    • Chapter organization allows the reader to think of patients in terms of how they actually present, rather than by organ system
    • Presents each case as an unknown, allowing the reader to engage in the process of critically appraising a case
    • Questions for thought are given, stimulating critical thinking and deductive reasoning for diagnosis
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    • Date Published: January 2018
    • format: Paperback
    • isbn: 9781316608869
    • length: 318 pages
    • dimensions: 246 x 190 x 16 mm
    • weight: 0.7kg
    • contains: 51 b/w illus. 10 tables
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    1. A statement Denis R. Pauze
    2. Resuscitation
    Case 1 Erica Escarcega
    Case 2 Michael Leonard
    Case 3 Donald Jeanmonod
    Case 4 Denis R. Pauze and William H. Hauda
    Case 5 John Tran and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 6 Ryan Fulton and Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 7 Edwin Layng
    Case 8 Erica Escarcega
    Case 9 Sean Zwiebel
    Case 10 Sean Zwiebel
    Case 11 Ben Church
    3. Breathing complaints
    Case 1 Lauren Snyder
    Case 2 Natalie Moore
    Case 3 Dorka M. Jimenez Almonte
    Case 4 Amanda Shorette
    Case 5 M. Bryan Dalla Betta
    Case 6 Daniel K. Pauze and Denis R. Pauze
    Case 7 Ben Church and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 8 Natalie Moore and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    4. Fever
    Case 1 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 2 Shellie Asher
    Case 3 David H. Long and Janet Young
    Case 4 Shellie Asher
    Case 5 Kristine Marie J. Casal and Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 6 Taylor R. Spencer
    Case 7 Sarah Hudgins
    Case 8 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 9 Keel Coleman and Khalief Hamden
    5. Eye, ears, nose, and throat complaints
    Case 1 Jason Schwaber
    Case 2 Edwin Layng
    Case 3 Shellie Asher
    Case 4 Tom Dittrich
    Case 5 Jonathan R. Morgan and Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 6 Denis R. Pauze and Daniel K. Pauze
    Case 7 Dorota Pazdrowska and Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 8 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 9 Khalief Hamden
    6. Limb complaints
    Case 1 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 2 Lauren Snyder
    Case 3 Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 4 Dorka M. Jimenez Almonte
    Case 5 Rachel A. Patterson
    Case 6 Benjamin Kitt
    Case 7 M. Bryan Dalla Betta
    Case 8 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 9 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    7. Vomiting
    Case 1 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 2 Erica Escarcega
    Case 3 Kinsey Leonard
    Case 4 Angela Mastantuono and Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 5 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 6 Jason Black
    Case 7 Kinsey Leonard
    Case 8 Sarah Hudgins
    Case 9 Erica Escarcega
    Case 10 Kinsey Leonard
    8. Abdominal and chest pain
    Case 1 Joanthan Nogueira and Janet Young
    Case 2 Michelle Clinton
    Case 3 Alyssa Milano and Sade McKenzie
    Case 4 Holly Stankewicz and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 5 Sade McKenzie
    Case 6 Brian Kelly
    Case 7 Cara V. Tillotson, Melanie K. Prusakowski and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 8 Donald Jeanmonod
    9. Altered mental status
    Case 1 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 2 Abhishek Chaturvedi
    Case 3 Denis R. Pauze
    Case 4 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 5 Tom Williams, Emily Miller and Denis R. Pauze
    Case 6 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 7 Kinsey Leonard
    Case 8 Kinsey Leonard
    10. Head and neck pain
    Case 1 Sonika Raj
    Case 2 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 3 Tom Dittrich, Denis R. Pauze and Matthew Adamo
    Case 4 Anst Gelin and Janet Young
    Case 5 Christine M. George and Melanie K. Prusakowski
    Case 6 Carl Daniel
    Case 7 Michael Leonard and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 8 Jason Schwaber
    Case 9 Jamaine Ortis Jr, Rebecca Jeanmonod, Carl Daniel, Denis R. Pauze and Matthew Adamo
    11. Genitourinary complaints
    Case 1 Shellie Asher
    Case 2 Shellie Asher
    Case 3 Abhishek Chaturvedi
    Case 4 Jennifer Pelesz
    Case 5 Pamela Young
    Case 6 Leah A. Perez
    Case 7 Shellie Asher and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    12. Skin complaints: Case 1 Efrat Rosenthal
    Case 2 Efrat Rosenthal
    Case 3 Sundeep M. Shukla and Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 4 Amanda Shorette
    Case 5 Benjamin Kitt
    Case 6 Rebecca Jeanmonod
    Case 7 Dorka M. Jimenez Almonte
    Case key.

  • Editors

    Rebecca Jeanmonod, St Luke's University Health Network
    Rebecca Jeanmonod is Professor of Emergency Medicine (Adjunct), Associate Residency Program Director, and Institutional Review Board Chairman, St. Luke's University Health Network, Department of Emergency Medicine, Pennsylvania.

    Shellie L. Asher, Albany Medical Center
    Shellie L. Asher is Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Assistant Dean for Graduate Medical Education, Albany Medical College, New York.

    Blake Spirko, Baystate Medical Center
    Blake Spirko is Fellowship Director of Pediatric Emergency Medicine and Associate Professor, University of Massachusetts Medical School – Baystate, Springfield, Massachusetts.

    Foreword

    Denis R. Pauze, Albany Medical Center
    Denis R. Pauzé is Vice Chairman of Clinical Operations and Associate Professor of Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics, Department of Emergency Medicine, Albany Medical Center, New York.

    Contributors

    Denis R. Pauze, Erica Escarcega, Michael Leonard, Donald Jeanmonod, William H. Hauda, John Tran, Rebecca Jeanmonod, Ryan Fulton, Melanie K. Prusakowski, Edwin Layng, Sean Zwiebel, Ben Church, Lauren Snyder, Natalie Moore, Dorka M. Jimenez Almonte, Amanda Shorette, M. Bryan Dalla Betta, Daniel K. Pauze, Ben Church, Natalie Moore, David H. Long, Janet Young, Kristine Marie J. Casal, Taylor R. Spencer, Sarah Hudgins, Keel Coleman, Khalief Hamden, Jason Schwaber, Tom Dittrich, Jonathan R. Morgan, Dorota Pazdrowska, Rachel A. Patterson, Benjamin Kitt, M. Bryan Dalla Betta, Kinsey Leonard, Angela Mastantuono, Jason Black, Sarah Hudgins, Jonathan Nogueira, Michelle Clinton, Alyssa Milano, Sade McKenzie, Holly Stankewicz, Brian Kelly, Cara V. Tillotson, Abhishek Chaturvedi, Tom Williams, Emily Miller, Sonika Raj, Matthew Adamo, Anst Gelin, Christine M. George, Carl Daniel, Jason Schwaber, Jamaine Ortis Jr., Jennifer Pelesz, Pamela Young, Leah A. Perez, Efrat Rosenthal, Sundeep M. Shukla

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