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Requisites of Pediatric Toxicology is written for an audience of paediatricians, family practitioners, nurse practioners, students, and emergency physicians who want a resource for taking care of children with poison exposures. This book will contain hard to find information on: a) minimal toxic doses in children, b) minimal life threatening doses in children, c) important clinical differences between children and adults in terms of metabolism or clinical effects, d) antidote administration in children.
Table of Contents
|Principles of Pediatric Toxicology|
|Overview of Childhood Poisoning|
|Poison Control Centers and Pediatrics|
|A brief history of PCCs|
|History of pediatricians in poison control|
|Epidemiology of Pediatric Poisoning and Adolescent|
|Substance Abuse Prevention of Childhood Poisoning|
|Anticipatory guidance in the office|
|Effects of legislation, child-proof caps, and "Mr. Yuk" etc.|
|CPSC, medwatch, etc.|
|Metabolism including drug-drug interactions|
|Diagnosis of Pediatric Poisoning|
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