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Common Bacterial Infections in Infancy and Childhood : Diagnosis and Treatment

Author: Melvin I Marks
Publisher: Dordrecht : Springer Netherlands, 1979.
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Paediatrics is distinguished from general medicine by the different spectrum of disease encountered, and the interplay of disease and development within the growing child. Thus, clinical management taxes acumen, experience, and factual knowledge in a particularly challenging way. Infectious disease problems and their attendant pressures continue to dominate paediatric practice. As improvements in care ap proach  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Melvin I Marks
ISBN: 9789401196536 9401196532
OCLC Number: 851369531
Description: 1 online resource (140 pages)
Contents: 1 Principles of Antibacterial Therapy in Infants and Children --
1. Factors Influencing the Selection of Antibacterial Drugs --
2. Factors Influencing Dosage --
3. Factors Influencing the Choice of Route --
4. Factors Influencing the Duration of Treatment --
II Respiratory Infections --
1. Otitis Media --
2. Acute Sinusitis --
3. Orbital Cellulitis --
4. Pharyngitis and Tonsillitis --
5. Epiglottitis --
6. Pertussis --
7. Pneumonia --
8. Pleural Empyema --
9. Croup, Bronchiolitis and Bronchitis --
10. Pulmonary Tuberculosis --
III Infections of the Central Nervous System --
1. Pyogenic Meningitis --
2. Brain Abscess --
3. Epidural Abscess --
4. Subdural Empyema --
5. Cerebrospinal Fluid Shunt Infections --
IV Genitourinary Infections --
1. Urethritis --
2. Cystitis --
3. Upper Urinary Tract Infection --
V Skin and Wound Infections --
1. Impetigo --
2. Staphylococcal Scalded Skin Syndrome --
3. Cellulitis --
4. Furunculosis --
5. Acne Vulgaris --
6. Wound Infections --
7. Special Hosts: Treatment Considerations --
VI Infections of the Skeletal System --
1. Osteomyelitis --
2. Septic Arthritis --
3. Other Infections --
4. Conclusions --
VII Enteric Infections --
1. Salmonella Gastroenteritis and Enteric Fever --
2. Yersinia Enterocolitis --
3. Shigellosis --
4. Escherichia coli Enterocolitis --
5. Gastroenteritis due to Other Bacteria --
6. General Aspects of Treatment --
VIII Neonatal Infections --
1. Factors Predisposing to Neonatal Infections --
2. Pathogenic Organisms --
3. Principles of Management --
4. Septicaemia --
5. Meningitis --
6. Pneumonia --
7. Enteritis --
8. Urinary Tract Infections --
9. Osteomyelitis --
l0. Septic Arthritis --
11. Congenital Syphilis --
12. Conjunctivitis --
13. Skin Infections --
14. Umbilical Infection.
Responsibility: edited by Melvin I. Marks.

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