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Concepts in Paediatrics : Assorted Essays

  • Author Name : Prof. Dr. Atul Choube MD
  • ISBN : 978-93-88022-25-5
  • Pages : 229
  • Paper Type : Soft Bound
  • Category : Medical
  • Subject : Paediatric Science
  • Publication Year : 2019
  • Book Type : Textbook
  • Edition : First
  • Language : English
  • Dimension : 23x15x1.25 (cms)
  • Weight : 400 (g)
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About Book

The book “Concepts in Paediatrics : Assorted Essays” is a compilation of writings in essay format on topics of general interest in the subject of Paediatrics. The book in its 13 chapters has coverage on a wide variety of general aspects of Paediatrics ranging from growth and development, neonatology, dermatology, ophthalmology, orthopaedics, otorhinolaryngology, infectious diseases, etc. The chapter on paediatric trauma deals in detail the prevention of injuries to children. An essay on Snake Bite is included to keep readers abreast of this common emergency in tropics.

The essay on iron toxicity has a discussion on the prevention and treatment of poisoning from a commonly used medicine for children. It is hoped that the essays will be a useful adjunct to the daily practice of Paediatrics. The book’s reach includes undergraduate and postgraduate medical students, community paediatric practitioners as well as all those who are involved in the care of children in the community.

About Author

Prof. Dr. Atul Choube MD, is an alumnus of Armed Forces Medical College. He has vast experience in teaching undergraduate and postgraduate Paediatrics and is an examiner in many medical colleges. He has written research articles in National and International journals and authored books on many medical subjects. Currently he is Professor and Head of the department of Paediatrics in Rajshree Medical Research Institute and Medical College, Bareilly, India.


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