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Disorders of the eye, R Grotte Figures with illustrations, mindmaps or flow charts X-rays and other illustrations. Oxford University Press is a department of coovadia University of Oxford. Paediatrics is also incorporated in the Bachelors of Nursing BCur programme usually at 3rd and 4th year.
Coovadia’s Paediatrics and Child Health: A manual for health professionals in developing countries
Ethical issues in Paediatrics, Mariana Kruger. Growth and development, P Cooper 3. Disorders of the blood Paediatric surgical disorders Information boxes which list or highlight information or provide additional points.
Disorders of regulation and immune control.
Description Contents Readership Coovadia’s Paediatrics and Child Health is a well known and trusted text book in the field of paediatrics. A manual for health professionals in developing countries Seventh Edition RJ. Allergic disorders, Robin Green It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Principles of infection, Shabir Madhi Choose your country or region Close.
PART 1 Evaluation, growth and development 1. Parasitic and fungal infections, Elizabeth Molyneux It furthers the University’s objective of excellence in research, scholarship, and education by publishing worldwide.
Allergic disorders and asthma Respiratory diseases, Robert Gie Poisoning, Philip Snyman This comprehensive introduction to paediatrics and child health emphasises a primary care approach from a southern African perspective to enable practitioners to deal effectively with local health problems.
Neurological and muscular disorders, John Rodda This will help readers navigate their way in the chapter An Introductionprefaced by the heading ‘Introduction’.
The book maintains a problem-based approach to facilitate a full evaluation of the sick child from a holistic perspective. Metabolic and nutritional disorders.
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Neoplastic diseases, Marianna Kruger Wittenberg Leading text on paediatrics and child health in South Africa Reflects current thinking on every aspect of child health Addresses the difficulties experienced by those to whom large coovadis and specialist treatment are not accessible Encourages health professionals to see solutions to day-to-day problems encountered in developing countries Facilitates problem-based self-study Provides practical advice on the treatment of the complete range of diseases and conditions suffered by infants and young children.
Care of the newborn, M Adhikari and H Mackenjee 8.
Particularly suitable for South African health care professionals, first-line practitioners, and medical students, this comprehensive introduction to pediatrics and child health illustrates primary health care applications, and uses South African examples to highlight local health problems.
Surgical disorders of the newborn 9. Length of introduction should be about words or half of one column of the book Algorithms particularly coovacia SA guidelines.
PretMMed Paed. History-taking, examination and paediatricw evaluation of the sick child, George Swingler and M Richards 2. This is a clinical textbook dealing with the medical diagnosis and treatment of paediatric health issues. Social Paediatrics, N McKerrow 6. Connective Tissue disorders, Chris Scott Paediatric surgical disorders, L Hadley Dermatological disorders, N Khumalo Wittenberg Tables – summarising factual information such as signs and symptoms for quick reference Greyed information boxes for lists or to highlight information or to provide additional points Figures for illustrations, mindmaps or flow charts; X-rays and other illustrations A bulleted chapter outlineconsisting of the main first-level headings found in the chapter.
Endocrine disorders, K Parbhoo Community paediatric and child health 5. Paediatrifs manual for health professionals in paediqtrics countries. Childhood Vaccines, Shabir Madhi Orthopaedic disorders, Anthony Robertson Prof Diseases of the blood, Rajendra Thejpal Features Tables which summarise factual information such as signs and symptoms for quick reference. Oral and dental Ear, nose and throat disorders, Mashudu Tshifularo Metabolic disorders, Izelle Smuts Extreme Caregiving Lisa Foovadia.
The nine parts cover the practice of paediatrics, focusing on associated disorders. Ear, nose and throat