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Essential Clinical Skills in Pediatrics A Practical Guide to History Taking and Clinical Examination

Συγγραφέας: Anwar Qais
ISBN: 9783319924250
Provides simple and methodical guidance through what to ask when taking a history and how to perform a comprehensive physical examination Contains more than 30 history stations covering the most common pediatric cases as well as more than 9 examination stations covering examinations of the different body system Provides an illustrative demonstration of the correct way to perform clinical examinations
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This book is a concise learning guide dedicated to the full scope of pediatric history-taking and clinical examination, for use in OSCEs as well as clinical life.

It guides the reader simply and methodically through what to ask when taking a history, and how to perform a comprehensive physical examination. The book contains more than 30 “History Stations” covering the most common pediatric cases, as well as 10 “Examination Stations” covering examinations of the different body system. It provides students and resident doctors worldwide with the necessary core information for pediatric history-taking and clinical examination, all in a brief and interesting format.    

The book adopts a reader-friendly format through a lecture-note style and the use of Key Points, Clinical Tips, Notes, Tables, and Boxes listing the most important features. It is also richly illustrated, demonstrating the correct way to perform clinical examinations.

Written “by a resident, for residents and medical students,” this book has been revised, foreworded, and peer-reviewed by fourteen prominent authorities in the field of Pediatrics from various parts of the world (including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Italy, Canada, and India), and from different universities (Illinois, Pennsylvania, Washington, Oxford, Edinburgh, Keele, Melbourne, Toronto, Parma, and Florence Universities). These experts recommend this book for medical students, pediatric residents, and pediatric practitioners, as well as pediatricians.

This book is a concise learning guide dedicated to the full scope of pediatric history-taking and clinical examination, for use in OSCEs as well as clinical life.

It guides the reader simply and methodically through what to ask when taking a history, and how to perform a comprehensive physical examination. The book contains more than 30 “History Stations” covering the most common pediatric cases, as well as 10 “Examination Stations” covering examinations of the different body system. It provides students and resident doctors worldwide with the necessary core information for pediatric history-taking and clinical examination, all in a brief and interesting format.    

The book adopts a reader-friendly format through a lecture-note style and the use of Key Points, Clinical Tips, Notes, Tables, and Boxes listing the most important features. It is also richly illustrated, demonstrating the correct way to perform clinical examinations.

Written “by a resident, for residents and medical students,” this book has been revised, foreworded, and peer-reviewed by fourteen prominent authorities in the field of Pediatrics from various parts of the world (including the United States, United Kingdom, Australia, Italy, Canada, and India), and from different universities (Illinois, Pennsylvania, Washington, Oxford, Edinburgh, Keele, Melbourne, Toronto, Parma, and Florence Universities). These experts recommend this book for medical students, pediatric residents, and pediatric practitioners, as well as pediatricians.

Foreword

Preface

Part I History-Taking Skills and Symptomatology

1 Basics of History Taking

1.1           Introduction

1.2           Identity (patient demographics)

1.3           Chief Complaint(s) (presenting complaint)

 

1.4           History of Present Illness (history of presenting complaint)

1.5           Past History

1.5.1  Birth History

1.5.2  Past Medical and Surgical History

1.6           Medication History

1.7           Developmental History

1.8           Immunization History

1.9           Feeding/Dietary History

1.9.1     For an Infant

1.9.2     For an Older Child

1.10       Family History

1.11       Social History

1.12       Review of Systems (ROS)

 

2     History Taking of Common Pediatric Cases

 

2.1           Introduction

 

2.2           Dyspnea

2.3           Cyanosis

2.4           Cough

2.5           Wheezing

2.6           Stridor

2.7           Chest Pain

2.8           Syncope

2.9           Sore Throat

2.10       Ear Pain

 

2.11       Abdominal Pain

 

2.12       Vomiting

 

2.13       Acute Diarrhea

 

2.14       Chronic Diarrhea

 

2.15       Constipation

 

2.16       Upper-Gastrointestinal Bleeding

 

2.17       Lower-Gastrointestinal Bleeding

2.18       Jaundice

 

2.19       Hematuria

 

2.20       Edema

 

2.21       Polyuria and Urinary Frequency

 

2.22       Diabetic Ketoacidosis

 

2.23       Failure to Thrive

 

2.24       Headache

 

2.25       Seizure

2.26       Lower-Limb Weakness

2.27       Coma and Confusion

 

2.28       Skin Rash

 

2.29       Fever

 

2.30       Pallor

 

2.31       Bleeding and Bruising

 

2.32       Joint Pain

 

Part II Examination of the Newborn and Older Child

3        Examination of the Newborn

3.1        Introduction

 

3.2        Initial Brief Examination after Birth

 

3.2.1 Apgar Score

 

3.3        Routine Examination of the Newborn Infant

3.3.1     General Observation and Assessment

3.3.2     Skin

3.3.3     Head and Face

3.3.4     Neck

3.3.5     Arms and Hands

3.3.6     Chest

3.3.7     Heart

3.3.8     Abdomen

3.3.9     Genitalia and Anus

3.3.10 Legs and Feet

3.3.11 Neurologic Examination

3.3.12 Spine and Sacrum

3.3.13 Hips

3.3.14 Completing the Examination

 

4        Examination of the Older Child

4.1        Introduction

4.2        General Inspection

4.3        Assessment of Hydration Status

4.4        Assessment of Nutritional Status

4.5        Anthropometric Measures (growth parameters)

4.5.1     Weight

4.5.2     Length or Height

4.5.3     Head Circumference

4.5.4     Mid-Upper Arm Circumference (MUAC)

4.5.5     Body Mass Index

 

4.5.6     Growth Charts

 

4.6        Vital Signs

 

4.6.1  Pulse Rate (heart rate)

 

4.6.2  Respiratory Rate

 

4.6.3  Temperature

 

4.6.4  Blood Pressure

 

4.7        Examination of the Skin, Hair, and Nails

 

4.7.1     Skin Examination

4.7.2     Hair Examination

4.7.3     Nails Examination

4.8        Examination of the Head, Face, and Neck

4.8.1  Head Examination

4.8.2  Face Examination

4.8.3  Neck Examination

4.9        Cardiovascular System Examination

4.9.1  General Physical Examination

4.9.2  Examination of the Precordium

4.10    Respiratory System Examination

4.10.1 General Physical Examination

4.10.2 Examination of the Chest

4.11    Gastrointestinal System Examination

4.11.1 General Physical Examination

4.11.2 Examination of the Abdomen

4.11.3 Further Examination

4.12    Examination of the Child’s Genitalia

4.12.1 Male Genital Examination

4.12.2 Female Genital Examination

4.13    Reticuloendothelial System Examination

4.14    Examination of the Nervous System

4.14.1 General Physical Examination

4.14.2 Mental Status Examination

4.14.3 Cranial Nerves Examination

4.14.4 Motor System Examination

4.14.5 Sensory System Examination

4.14.6 Reflexes and Clonus

4.14.7 Coordination and Cerebellar Signs

4.15    Musculoskeletal System Examination

4.15.1 General Physical Examination

4.15.2 Examination of the Joints

Appendix

Index

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Εξώφυλλο Σκληρό
Ημ. Έκδοσης August 2018
Εικόνες 31 illustrations in colour
Σελίδες 237
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Εκδότες Springer
Εξώφυλλο Σκληρό
Ημ. Έκδοσης August 2018
Εικόνες 31 illustrations in colour
Σελίδες 237
ISBN 9783319924250