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First five chapters in section I emphasize the most essential preventive aspects of infectious diseases in the community and the hospital. Chapter on antibiotic stewardship is extremely valuable. Laboratory diagnosis of infections is highly crystallized and condensed to provide relevant information starting from basics to the most advanced techniques.
Radiological images are of extremely good quality.
Rational use of antibiotics provides valuable information in the selection , initiation and completion of antibiotic regimen. Management of important infections in a tropical country and infections in special situations are valuable and easily readable. Barring the first four chapters on child health, small foot prints of pediatric diseases or system disorders are left everywhere for students to hold in their head.
Access to information has changed fundamentally and there is changing perspective between teachers and taught in the medical colleges.
The writing style makes this concise text relevant or helpful to UG or PG students. It holds a key text for all doctors at all levels and in all settings.
The chapter on diseases of kidney and urinary tract is full of wisdom and the ones on newborn and nervous system are an optimal blend of theory and practice. Some chapters like those on cardiovascular and respiratory disorders take latest developments into account with lucid expressions; however, chapter like the one on envenomation, neither factual or evidence based, can be misleading to the reader.
Clinical photographs are far and few and at least one or two key references at the end of every chapter would enrich the text. It is an easy-to-read volume, colorfully typeset giving immediate access to measured information. The book is a fascinating compilation.
The author has described the importance of Vitamin A and Beta Carotene in human health with special reference to women and children. He has also described the role of Vitamin A and Beta Carotene in various health disorders. The book can be useful for the wide spectrum of readers including postgraduate students in the field of nutrition sciences and scientists working in the field of micronutrients deficiency disorders with special reference to vitamin A. Few data are old and require updating.
This book is written by a team of neuropediatricians, orthopedicians, psychologists, epidemiologists, surgeons, physiologists and others. The book is comprehensive yet concise, and the language is easy to ready and comprehend.
The chapters are updated for the latest research on cerebral palsy, although little more on plasticity could have been included. The first half of the book deals with historical aspects, epidemiology, etiopathogenesis, and clinical features, while later half is devoted to management of cerebral palsy. Some details on home based management, and parent counseling would have added value, particularly for readers from resource poor countries.Ped Inf Dis J.
Bacteremia ria should have trough levels assessed. It is an easy-to-read volume, colorfully typeset giving immediate access to measured information. Hypopigmentary disorders in children in South India. Farber B, et al. Histological examination is usually non-diagnostic. Moise-Broder P, et al.