Mark W. Kline,Susan M. Blaney, Angelo P. Giardino, Jordan S. Orange, Daniel J. Penny, Gordon E. Schutze, Lara S. Shekerdemian
McGraw-Hill Education / Medical; 23rd edition
Rudolph’s Pediatrics, which is currently in its 23rd edition (PDF), is widely considered to be among the most prominent and well regarded textbooks on the subject of pediatrics that have ever been published. Since its inception more than a century ago, it has been widely regarded as the gold standard in the field of pediatrics. This classic reference book is highly regarded for the harmony it achieves between the treatment of disease, clinical symptoms, and the scientific concepts that underlie them. Because of this, it has enabled several generations of pediatricians to provide the finest degree of care that is humanly feasible to newborns, children, and adolescents. As a direct result of the work done by an entirely new group of editors, the 23rd Edition of Rudolph’s has been completely reorganized, and it has also been streamlined. The editors’ major purpose was to recreate this classic book with the demands of today’s practitioners in mind because that was their primary focus.
The most recent version, which is the 23rd, is given in full color and provides a comprehensive and up-to-date overview of pediatric medicine that cannot be matched by any other textbook on the market. This is a reflection of new technologies and advancements in molecular medicine that continue to evolve with current thinking on normal childhood development and pediatric disease processes. It is important to note that this evolution of thought coincides with the advent of this technology. The algorithmic approach to pediatric systems that is taken in the ebook makes it simpler to diagnose and treat unusual as well as more prevalent pediatric ailments. In addition to this, it makes the detection and treatment of ailments that are common in children easier.
• This book provides pediatricians with a level of in-depth coverage that cannot be found anywhere else thanks to its acclaimed equilibrium between clinical usefulness and underlying biological concepts. • The acclaimed balance between clinical applicability and underlying biological principles offers pediatricians a depth of coverage that is not found anywhere else; • The streamlined and consistent format for most chapters outlining Pathogenesis and Epidemiology; Clinical Manifestations; Diagnosis; Treatment; • The streamlined and consistent format for most chapters outlining Pathogenesis and Epidemiology; • Pediatricians can gain a deeper understanding of Childhood Adversity and Toxic Stress thanks to the book’s outstanding balance between clinical relevance and underlying scientific concepts; A number of the chapters, including Complementary and Integrative Pediatrics, Pediatric Depression and Bipolar Spectrum Disorders, and Autism Spectrum Disorder, have either been entirely rewritten from start or substantially updated. Physiologic Basis of Pulmonary Function; Palliative Care for Children with Chronic Diseases; Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) for Children with Chronic Diseases; Arboviruses (with new coverage of Zika virus and chikungunya virus); Palliative Care for Children with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia and Neuroblastoma; Extracorporeal Membrane Oxygenation (ECMO) for Children with Chronic Disease