| Shakhova N.V., Gordeev V.V. || Iron deficiency anemia in children || 2007 |
Sideropenic states are a global problem for all mankind, especially for the population of developing countries, due to the wide spread of this pathology among the child population, especially among young children. This manual shows the importance of iron and its deficiency for the normal development of the child's body. The clinic, treatment and prevention of iron deficiency anemia in children is described in detail. Taking into account the principles of evidence-based medicine, the characteristics of modern iron preparations (ionic and non-ionic), methods of their use, depending on the severity of sideropenia in a child, are given. The manual is addressed to students, interns and clinical interns of the pediatric faculty.
| Borovik T.E., Revyakina V.A., Makarova S.G. || Diet therapy in food allergies in young children || 2007 |
This manual comprehensively addresses the problem of food allergies in children and approaches to the appointment of diet therapy. The variants of the clinical course of food allergy are described, the main food allergens and other products that give cross-reactions due to the similarity of allergenic structures are described. The approaches to rational diet therapy in children suffering from food allergies are grounded, the characteristics of various products intended for feeding young children are given, and an algorithm for basic and therapeutic nutrition of children with mixed and artificial feeding is proposed. The issues of the prevention of food allergies in children are covered. This brochure is intended for pediatricians, allergists, general practitioners, and can also serve as a training tool for university students and students of advanced training courses.
| Sears Martha and William. || Breast-feeding || 2007 |
Breastfeeding is a natural continuation of the relationship between the child and the mother, which began in the womb. Breastfeeding strengthens maternal feelings. In this book you will find comprehensive information on all stages of breastfeeding. You will learn how to produce breast milk, how to properly attach a newborn to the breast, on what grounds you can judge the health of the child and what to do if there are any problems. The book contains numerous practical tips from the many years of experience of famous doctors and parents Martha and William Sears.
| Baranov A.A. (Ed.) || Pediatrics. Clinical guidelines || 2007 |
| Clinical recommendations "Pediatrics" describe the algorithm of the doctor's actions in the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases and help him quickly make the right clinical decisions. They are designed to introduce the most effective and safe medical technologies (including medicines) into everyday clinical practice, prevent decisions on unwarranted interventions, and thus contribute to improving the quality of medical care. In addition, clinical guidelines become the fundamental document on the basis of which the system of continuing medical education is built. The most famous pediatricians with extensive experience in clinical and research work, who are familiar with the international methodology for developing clinical guidelines, were involved in writing articles. The development of recommendations for pediatrics has its own characteristics. For ethical reasons, conducting clinical trials is especially difficult in children. All medicines, including those used in pediatrics, can bring both benefits and potential harm (risks). Therefore, when describing the medical treatment of children in order to increase their safety, the age restrictions on the use of drugs, the features of their use in pediatric practice are given in detail, possible risks (even not sufficiently proven) associated with their use are described. |
| Ivanko O.G. || Illustrated clinical lectures on propedeutics of children's diseases || 2007 |
| Physical development of children of different age groups. Semiotics violations. Medical aspects of the psychological and spiritual development of the child. The behavior of children and adolescents. Skin and subcutaneous tissue in children. Semiotics lesions. Anatomical and physiological features of the central nervous system and their clinical significance. Neurological examination of children. Semiotics lesions. Anatomical and physiological features of the musculoskeletal system and their clinical significance. Teeth and dental formula. Anatomical and physiological features of the respiratory system. Semiotics lesions. Semiotics of common respiratory diseases. Anatomical and physiological features of the cardiovascular system in children and their clinical significance. Semiotics of common cardiovascular diseases in children. Digestive system. Embryogenesis. Especially digestion in children. Study. Semiotics major syndromes. Morphological and functional features of the organs of urination and urination in children. Semiotics lesions. Features of blood formation in children, semiotics of the most important hematological syndromes. Endocrine system in children. Feeding children in the first year of life. |
| V.A. Michelson, V.A. Sidorov, CM. Stepanenko || Anesthesia and Intensive Care in Pediatrics || 2007 |
| The book is written by members of the Department of Pediatric Surgery of the Russian State Medical University and the Children's Clinical Hospital No. 13 named after. N.F. Filatov and is based on many years of experience of these institutions in anesthesia and intensive care in children. The book includes information on the use of drugs and methods of intensive therapy in children in some children's hospitals in the UK and Australia. We believe that such information can be useful, since today the pharmaceutical market is quite large and medical facilities have a large number of foreign drugs, presented below. It should be emphasized that this manual is not a methodical recommendation, as some drugs in question are allowed in our country only from a certain age or are not registered at all. Therefore, when applying them, the physician should always be guided by the Medicines Registry. This manual is intended for anesthesiologists and resuscitators, as well as doctors of other specialties who have to provide emergency care to children. |
| Methodical manual for students || Nursing process in diseases of newborns (skin diseases, navel, sepsis) || 2007 |
| Practical preclinical lesson of the Department: “Nursing” “Obstetrics” Subject: “Nursing in Pediatrics” |
| Romantsov M.G. , Ershov F.I. || Frequently ill children: modern pharmacotherapy || 2006 |
| A Guide for Doctors Introduction. Clinical characteristics of frequently ill children. Features of the immune system in childhood. Immune response in viral infections. Disturbances in the functioning of the immune system in frequently ill children. Preventive measures for frequently ill children. Rational pharmacotherapy of frequently ill children. Description of the main antiviral drugs. Fever in children. Application. Beyond the calendar vaccination. Physical therapy for acute respiratory viral infections. Drug fees for the treatment of respiratory diseases. Infection caused by influenza A virus (H5N1) ("Avian influenza"). |
| Pishcheva M.V. Denisova S.V. Maslova V.Yu. || Basics of pediatrics and hygiene of children of early and preschool age || 2006 |
| This tutorial is intended for students of full-time and distance learning of the pedagogical institute. The manual presents basic hygienic information on individual sections of the anatomy and physiology of the child's body. The basic hygienic recommendations on nutrition and child care, standards for the hygienic equipment of premises in kindergartens are given. |
| Bhan MK, et al. || Diarrhea treatment || 2006 |
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