Book Name: Nelson essentials of pediatrics 8th Edition
Author: Kliegman, Robert, Marcdante, Karen J
ISBN-10, 13: 9780323527354,0323528066
Pages: 832 pages
File size: 35 MB
File format: PDF,EPUB
Nelson essentials of pediatrics 8th Edition Pdf Book Description:
This is the newest edition of essentials of pediatrics. this book comes with full color format and also details information from previous version. It has been said that knowledge doubles every two years and computing power doubles every eighteen months. These dynamic changes will allow us to use technology in new ways as quickly as we can learn them. The interface of medicine and technology will help us provide better, safer care with each passing year as the amazing advancements of our scientist colleagues further delineate the pathophysiology and mechanisms of diseases. Our goal as the editors and authors of this textbook is not only to provide the classic, foundational knowledge we use every day, but to include recent advances in a readable, searchable, and concise text for medical learners as they move toward their careers as physicians and advanced practice providers.
We have once again provided updated information, including the advances that have occurred since the last edition. We believe this integration will help you investigate the common and classic pediatric disorders in a time-honored, logical format, helping you to both acquire knowledge and apply knowledge to your patients. The authors again include our colleagues who serve as clerkship directors so that medical students and advanced practice providers can gain the knowledge and skills necessary to succeed in caring for patients and in preparing for clerkship or in-service examinations. We are honored to be part of the journey of the thousands of learners who rotate through pediatrics and of those who will become new providers of pediatric care in the years to come.
Health care professionals need to appreciate the interactions between medical conditions and social, economic, and environmental influences associated with the provision of pediatric care. New technologies and treatments improve morbidity, mortality, and the quality of life for children and their families, but the costs may exacerbate disparities in medical care. The challenge for pediatricians is to deliver care that is socially equitable; integrates psychosocial, cultural, and ethical issues into practice; and ensures that health care is available to all children. Challenges that affect children’s health outcomes include access to health care; health disparities; supporting their social, cognitive, and emotional lives in the context of families and communities; and addressing environmental factors, especially poverty. Early experiences and environmental stresses interact with the genetic predisposition of every child and, ultimately, may lead to the development of diseases seen in adulthood. Pediatricians have the unique opportunity to address not only acute and chronic illnesses but also the aforementioned issues and toxic stressors to promote wellness and health maintenance in children.
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