The Harriet Lane Handbook: A Manual for Pediatric House Officers
George K. Siberry, Robert Iannone
Mosby, 2000 - Medical - 1042 pages
The HARRIET LANE HANDBOOK is the essential resource for health care professionals who work with children. Diagnostic guidelines, recommended tests, therapeutics, and dosage schedules are presented in a readily accessible, pocket-sized format. The New Edition includes new chapters on Psychiatry, Surgery, and Oncology, fully updated drug information with lactation and safety in pregnancy information, and full trade name and generic name drug index.
* Presents diagnostic guidelines, recommended tests, therapeutics and drug dosage schedules for a true one-stop reference of clinical pediatric information. * Includes more than 300 illustrations, table and charts for easy reference of key information. * Presents the latest guidelines, practices and recommendations in a style appropriate for busy clinical practice. * Features a comprehensive formulary with the latest approved drugs. NEW TO THIS EDITION: * Includes three new chapters on Psychiatry, Surgery and Oncology. * Features thoroughly updated chapters with the latest pediatric information. * Includes lactation and safety in pregnancy information with the revised formulary for one easy-to-access, pocket-size reference. * Provides a trade name and generic name drug index.
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