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By Donald Janner
The suitable time-saver for the busy clinician on the entrance strains of pediatric care, this convenient consultant provides a realistic "how-to" viewpoint on prognosis and remedy for more than a few typically encountered infections.
Broad-based fabric is helping you meet the demanding situations of a number of infectious ailment states—from otitis media, sinusitis, and urinary tract infection...to hepatitis, cervical adenitis, pediatric tuberculosis, pneumonia, catheter an infection, and more.
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* Clinically crucial fabric on particular medicinal drugs and dosages is helping you choose the simplest remedy for every sufferer, and signals you to in all probability detrimental dosing error and drug interactions.
* Section on exact interpretation of laboratory tests outlines right interpretive method for various universal checks and is helping hone your diagnostic skills.
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* Coverage of an infection regulate in organ transplant recipients is helping you meet the specific wishes of this sufferer population.
* Convenient size makes this an incredible quick-consult on the bedside, within the lab, or within the office.
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Plasma glucagon levels are suppressed. ❍❍ What is the general trend of serum lipid concentrations in pregnancy? Increase continuously throughout gestation. This includes triglycerides, cholesterol, phospholipids, and fatty acids. ••• ❍❍ Chapter 3 Physiology of Normal Pregnancy 29 At what gestational age, does LDL and HDL cholesterol peak in pregnancy? 36 weeks and 30 weeks, respectively. ❍❍ Are pregnant women more likely to become ketonuric after starvation compared with nonpregnant women? Yes.
The ESR is elevated normally during pregnancy for unclear reasons. A plausible explanation is the increased clumping of red cells caused by increased levels of fibrinogen and globulin. The elevation is different between whole blood samples and citrated blood samples. For whole blood (red top tube) the mean is 78 mm/h with a range of 44 to 114 mm/h. For citrated blood (purple top tube) the mean is 56 mm/h with a range of 20 to 98 mm/h. ❍❍ Plasma volume and blood volume increase in pregnancy. By how much and at what gestational age, does the volume increase?
FETAL HEART RATE PATTERNS AND DEFINITIONS ❍❍ What is the baseline FHR? The mean FHR rounded to increments of 5 bpm during a 10-minute window. There must be at least 2 minutes of identifiable baseline segments. Normal baseline ranges from 110 to 160 bmp. Bradycardia when baseline is <110 bpm and tachycardia when baseline is >160 bpm. ❍❍ What is variability? Fluctuations in the baseline FHR that are irregular in amplitude and frequency. Quantified as the amplitude from peak to trough. ❍❍ What are the different degrees of variability?
A Clinical Guide to Pediatric Infectious Disease (Recall Series) by Donald Janner