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by John Harrington
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    John Harrington
  • ISBN:
    1591030390
  • ISBN13:
    978-1591030393
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  • Publisher:
    Borm Bruckmeier Pub Llc (January 4, 2007)
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine & Health Sciences
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    4.6
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com's John Harrington Author Page. Harrington is a San Francisco Bay area native and came to Washington, DC in the mid 1980s as a student at Catholic University of America.

com's John Harrington Author Page. He graduate in 1990 with a political science degree, then hired for on as a with The World & I, where he routinely covered the White House, Congress, and the Pentagon.

Pediatrics Pocketcard Set has been added to your Cart. I highly recommend this card set to anyone who will be doing a pediatrics rotation or who occasionally sees pediatric patients (. the Emergency Room, Urgent Care or Primary Care). It has the quick and dirty for vital signs, treatments for pneumonia and other common illness divided up by age as well as PALS information on the back.

Pediatrics Pocketcard Set. A. Fuchs . Johns Hopkins Hospital. This was only my second pocket series book, I used the pocket obstretrics and gynecology first and it was excellent. Thus, I was expecting the same from this pocket pediatrics book. Sadly, the appendix is not good at all so in a pinch on my clinicals it was useless for me to pull this out and try to find things quickly. I carry this and those cards in my pocket for pediatric consults.

Pediatrics Pocketcard Set book. The cards contain vital information on a variety of topics including developmental assessment, pediatric lab values and vital signs reference ranges, important physiological formulas, nutrition, fluid and electrolyte management, immunization, infectious diseases, and common. The Pediatrics pocketcard Set summarizes information critical to the general pediatrics practice.

Sir John Harington (also spelled Harrington, baptised 4 August 1560 – 20 November 1612), of Kelston, but baptised in London, was an English courtier, author and translator popularly known as the inventor of the flush toilet

Sir John Harington (also spelled Harrington, baptised 4 August 1560 – 20 November 1612), of Kelston, but baptised in London, was an English courtier, author and translator popularly known as the inventor of the flush toilet. He became prominent at Queen Elizabeth I's court, and was known as her "saucy Godson", but his poetry and other writings caused him to fall in and out of favour with the Queen.

The Pediatrics pocketcard Set summarizes information critical to the general pediatrics practice. The cards contain vital information on a variety of topics including developmental assessment, pediatric lab values and vital signs reference ranges, important physiological formulas, nutrition, fluid and electrolyte management, immunization, infectious diseases, and common emergency drugs and doses.

Download Pediatrics pocket and enjoy it on your iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. The Pediatric pocket contains comprehensive guidelines on important and commonly seen pediatric illness, organized in a short, comprehensive, and tabular format. The app includes diagnostic and treatment guidelines, management algorithms, useful scores and scales, and drug administration tables detailing latest commonly used pediatrics medications.

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John Harrington is a candidate for Congressional District 2. SHINER, TEXAS - John Harrington, a small businessman who ran as a Republican candidate for Congressional District 27 in Texas, has withdrawn from the race due to the lingering effects of a motorcycle accident that occurred a few weeks ago.

The Pediatrics pocketcard Set summarizes information critical to the general pediatrics practice. The cards contain vital information on a variety of topics including developmental assessment, pediatric lab values and vital signs reference ranges, important physiological formulas, nutrition, fluid and electrolyte management, immunization, infectious diseases, and common emergency drugs and doses. Specific topics include: - APGAR score, developmental milestones, primitive reflexes - Pediatric lab values: CBCs, ABGs, common serum, urine and CSF tests - Latest infant formula recommendations from the AAP - Glasgow coma scale, epilepsy therapy and management - Infectious disease management including pneumonia, UTI, meningitis - Emergency drugs and algorithms for seizures, asthma attacks, etc.For interns, residents, physicians, nurses and other healthcare professionals working in pediatrics.

Karg
I highly recommend this card set to anyone who will be doing a pediatrics rotation or who occasionally sees pediatric patients (i.e. the Emergency Room, Urgent Care or Primary Care). It has the quick and dirty for vital signs, treatments for pneumonia and other common illness divided up by age as well as PALS information on the back. It also has things I didn't know were going to be so helpful until my Pediatric rotation, such as the brandnames of different infant formulas and what they are (soy etc).

I am about to finish PA School and used this during my Pediatrics rotation and every primary care rotation after that. I still recommend it to my classmates who all ended up using it and buying one of their own to keep. This is a well designed reference card set that you can easily keep in your white coat pocket and a must have for Primary Care.
Capella
Good information, but quality of cards could have been better. Quickly came apart at the circular binding in corner. When snapped back together, it remained loose. Not worth the aggravation for the price.
Gigafish
Excellent excellent I love these cards I have the examination, neuro, and ophtha ones they save time and are very useful. I used them on my ER training absolutely valuable
Peles
Great information on cards. Cheap quality writing. After using this product for 1 week, the writing rubbed off the the plastic cards. I just keep it in my white coat and do not use if often. I do not recommend this product due to lack of durability.
Cobandis
As a new NP, I've found this to be very helpful
Thetahuginn
A great resource!
Insanity
Lots of good information in easy access format.
easy to read, I carry this with me during my clinicals.