4 edition of Emergency pediatric radiology found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||H. Carty, ed. ; with contributions by L.J. Abernethy ... [et al.] ; foreword by A.L. Baert.|
|Contributions||Carty, Helen., Abernethy, L. J.|
|LC Classifications||RJ51.R3 E44 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||412 p. :|
|Number of Pages||412|
|LC Control Number||98040967|
This book presents evidence-based criteria to systematically assess the appropriate use of medical imaging in the emergency department and other acute care settings. Over the last decade, there have been profound changes in the diagnostic testing and work-up of patients presenting to the emergency department with emergent symptoms. Emergency Radiology informs its readers about the radiologic aspects of emergency care. The journal acts as a resource body on emergency radiology for those interested in emergency patient care. Emergency Radiology is the Journal of the American Society of Emergency Radiology (ASER). ASER members receive the journal as a benefit of .
Book • 3rd Edition • This third edition of Pediatric Radiology—a volume in The Requisites in Radiology series—covers everything from basic principles of interpreting diagnostic imaging studies through cutting-edge techniques. Includes more differential diagnosis and integrates the diagnosis of emergency conditions. This concise, portable manual provides practitioners and future practitioners with a basic guide to pediatric emergency ultrasound, enabling them to learn the fundamentals of bedside ultrasound and use these to refresh their skills prior to, or when, performing it on a patient.
3. Understand the variable appearance of centers of ossification in the pediatric extremities. 4. Contrast normal variants with actual pathology using case examples. TABLE OF CONTENTS/OUTLINE A. Background and relevance in the pediatric emergency departmentB. Cases and review of imaging findings (examples of what will. Magnetic resonance (MR) imaging can be used to evaluate for abdominal disease without the use of ionizing radiation. In most emergency departments, however, the use of MR imaging as a primary modality for the evaluation of a child with abdominal pain is still impractical due to its high cost, its limited availability, and the frequent need for sedation to obtain diagnostic-quality .
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(R. Glass, Pediatric Radiology, Vol. 33 (4), ) "This softcover book is a compact but extensive review of the radiologic investigation of pediatric clinical presentations encountered in the emergency setting. Each chapter begins with a list of subsections, which allows the reader to easily find the topic of interest.
Format: Paperback. Classic book about the most common emergency cases found in pediatric imaging. Perfect for any radiology resident or physician studying emergency pediatrics or in preparation for reading emergent imaging exams. This book is just the right amount of conversational prose that explains an exact strategy or approach to each exam of each body Cited by: "This unique book covers the main clinical presentations of children to an emergency room and considers in detail the radiological investigation of such emergencies.
Emergency Radiology presents a comprehensive review of emergency pathologies commonly encountered by practicing radiologists and residents in training. The first five sections are organized by organ system and include Head, Neck, Face, and Spine, Chest, Abdominal, Pelvic, and Bone emergencies, followed by chapters on Pediatric and Nuclear Medicine emergencies and special topics in emergency.
With key features like emergent findings tables and differential diagnoses tables plus high-quality images, this book makes it easy to review important information. Experts on various body systems and modalities of emergency radiology bring you a concise reference that meets all of your study needs.
This book will enlighten doctors, accidents and emergency trainees, radiology trainees and medical students. Reviewed by African journal of emergency medicine by saying that this book has the right amount and accurate information on accident and emergency medicine thus providing a great assist in diagnosing and treatment of patients.
Emergency Radiology. Again a separate book may not be required Accident and Emergency Radiology: A Survival Guide is a good book, especially Emergency pediatric radiology book you are interested in taking up the FRCR exam. Pediatric Radiology. At a resident level, a separate book is not needed for pediatrics.
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Click on the volume number you want transferred to your PC. Single volume downloads must be installed on your PC using floppy disks. Emergency Radiology Coffee Case Book: Case-Oriented Fast Focused Effective Education Imaging Non-Traumatic Abdominal Emergencies in Pediatric Patients Emergency Radiology of the Chest and Cardiovascular System You don’t necessarily really need an “ER” book, as most subspecialty books subsume both chronic and acute conditions.
That said, Harris & Harris’ The Radiology of Emergency Medicine is the classic text and an especially good read before call. A cheaper alternative is Emergency Radiology: The Requisites. An even cheaper alternative is. Your accessible guide to the essentials of pediatric diagnostic imaging. Pediatric Radiology: Practical Imaging Evaluation of Infants and Children provides vital insights on how to diagnose both common and rare, congenital and acquired disorders in infants and children using the best imaging approaches available today.
Emergency Radiology Coffee Case Book: Case-Oriented Fast Focused Effective Education Pearls and Pitfalls in Head and Neck and Neuroimaging: Variants and Other Difficult Diagnoses This entry was posted in Emergency Radiology, Pediatric Imaging and tagged Cambridge University Press.
What an amazing new pediatric radiology textbook. It is really comprehensive and covers all aspects of pediatric radiology with exceptionally well organized text, radiology images, and pathology images. Information in this textbook is up to date including new brain tumor and pediatric interstitial lung disease classification s: 6.
APLS: The Pediatric Emergency Medicine Resource-This is a must-own book for Peds Emergency Medicine. Miscellaneous Minor Emergencies: Expert Consult – Online and Print, 3e -Covers all the emergencies that need to be treated but don't need to come in by ambulance, ie.
finger lacs and epistaxis. Michael N. Patlas, MD, FRCPC, FSAR, is a Professor of Radiology and Emergency/Trauma Division Chief at the McMaster University, Hamilton, ON, has authored over peer-reviewed papers, chapters, and abstracts and edited two books.
Patlas is a Program Chair for the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Association of Radiologists. Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features.
Try it now. No thanks. Try the new Google Books Get print book. No eBook available Emergency Pediatric Radiology. Carty. Springer Berlin Heidelberg. 0 Reviews. What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the. Pediatric Radiology informs its readers of new findings and progress in all areas of pediatric imaging and in related fields.
This is achieved by a blend of original papers, and reviews describing the present state of knowledge in a particular topic. This illustrated book considers the main clinical presentations of children to an emergency room and their radiological investigation.
It is designed to serve as a rapid reference source for both paediatricians and radiologists. All of the authors are specialist paediatric radiologists who provide emergency radiological services on a daily basis. With key features like emergent findings tables and differential diagnoses tables plus high-quality images, this book makes it easy to review important information.
Experts on various body systems and modalities of emergency radiology bring you a concise reference that meets all of your study needs/5(5). Why write a book on emergency radiology. In many coun- decline. There is an increasing trend towards the use of tries, hospital emergency departments have become a MDCT to evaluate traumatic injuries and non-traumatic major part of the healthcare safety net.
In the last decade emergencies. The use of workstations for reporting and for economically-driven structural 5/5(1). The Section of Pediatric Radiology offers a full range of diagnostic services for children, including radiography, fluoroscopic examinations and cross-sectional imaging (CT, MRI and Ultrasound).
Other pediatric imaging services are offered through the neuroradiology, nuclear medicine and interventional radiology divisions. Emergency Radiology: The Requisites is divided in "Trauma" and "Non Trauma" sections and each of these subdivided in Organ & Systems, with every chapter containing complete descriptions, useful boxes and mentions to imaging protocols and indications of a given study.
It also includes a chapter of common pediatric emergencies/5(5).(R. B. J. Glass, Pediatric Radiology, Vol. 33 (4), ) "This softcover book is a compact but extensive review of the radiologic investigation of pediatric clinical presentations encountered in the emergency setting.
Each chapter begins with a list of subsections, which allows the reader to easily find the topic of interest.