Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook (英語) ペーパーバック – 2012/5/9
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Completed revised and updated for 2011, the Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook, Second Edition is the essential quick clinical reference for the busy outpatient pediatrician, family physician, or student/resident on a pediatric clinic rotation.
This pocket guide includes the latest and most authoritative clinical practice guidelines and is packed with easy-to-understand algorithms, tables, charts, and lists. Covering newborns through adolescents, the meticulously referenced Tarascon Pediatric Outpatient Pocketbook, Second Edition puts the most important but hardest-to-remember facts, treatment options, prognoses and other critical information at your fingertips.
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Private Practice, Ventura, California
I agree with other reviewers that the print is pretty small. It's equal to about a 6 or 8 point font. I am willing to deal with that to have everything I need in such a small book. This book is a little bit bigger than a regular 3x5 index card, and it's only 1/2 inch thick. It's very light weight, too. I prefer this book to the other 2 books that I purchased.
I had purchased 2 other books prior:
"Pocket Notebook: Pocket Pediatrics (MassGeneral Hospital)" and Clinical Coach for Nurse Practitioners. The Pocket Pediatric book (light blue cover) is more for inpatient. It covers many, many diseases and even has sections on pediatric emergencies- and PICU information. This didn't really pertain to what I am doing right now. The clinical coach book has a Pediatrics section which covers antibiotics, and lightly covers a few diseases (asthma, ADHD, etc), but I found that it really wasn't enough information, and the book is big. It's about 6x8, and 1 inch thick. What I did like about the clinical coach book is it has a differential diagnoses section that is easy to use. You find the symptom on the easy access tab, and flip to the page. The tables are colorful, and easy to read. There is one table in this book that I really love- it lists the most common antibiotics, and marks an 'X' for what it covers: CAP, sinusitis, OM, etc.