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The Hospital for Sick Children Handbook of Pediatrics, CD-ROM PDA Software [CD-ROM]

HSC , Adam Cheng , Brent A. Williams , V. Ben Sivarajan
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Oct. 15 2003 0920513700 978-0920513705 10
The Hospital for Sick Children Handbook of Pediatrics PDA is software designed for hand held devices to be a practical guide for diagnosis and management of pediatric patients in primary, secondary, and tertiary care. The PDA is compatible with both Palm and Windows OS handheld devices. The memory requirement is at least 4 MB free memory. The PDA is designed to be the essential pediatric reference tool for use in any hospital, clinic or health-care institution. It is organized into 37 body system-oriented chapters, involving the work of over 100 Canadian contributors, reviewers and advisors. Written by residents at a world-renowned Canadian hospital, this unique pediatric reference is used by both residents and physicians. Expert guidance from faculty advisors ensures that all of the information has been completely revised and reflects the issues that a health care professional may encounter with any pediatric case.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent! A must-have reference for on-call! Feb. 10 2004
This book has long been considered an excellent pocket reference for on-call pediatrics and quick-reference topics. Even past editions seemed more useful to me than even the excellent Harriet Lane handbook. With the 10th edition, the Hospital for Sick Children Handbook has greatly improved on its previous formula. It is more detailed, more complete and up to date with the latest information and standards of care.
Strengths include the new fold-out emergency drug reference card and fold-out flowsheet on common emergency conditions like anaphylaxis, status epilepticus and hyperkalemia. If the book has any weakness, it is that the print is quite small and the book is a little heavier than the 9th edition. But again, there's way more information!
This book is highly recommended to all pediatricians!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Excellent! A must-have reference for on-call! Feb. 10 2004
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This book has long been considered an excellent pocket reference for on-call pediatrics and quick-reference topics. Even past editions seemed more useful to me than even the excellent Harriet Lane handbook. With the 10th edition, the Hospital for Sick Children Handbook has greatly improved on its previous formula. It is more detailed, more complete and up to date with the latest information and standards of care.
Strengths include the new fold-out emergency drug reference card and fold-out flowsheet on common emergency conditions like anaphylaxis, status epilepticus and hyperkalemia. If the book has any weakness, it is that the print is quite small and the book is a little heavier than the 9th edition. But again, there's way more information!
This book is highly recommended to all pediatricians!
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