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In this new and updated version of the book Nelson: TextBook Of Pediatrics, the readers are kept up-to-date on the latest advancements as well as hot subjects. Some of these subjects covered in this edition include melamine toxicity, and long-term mechanical ventilation for children who are unwell. Apart from that, the authors also cover behavioural as well as identity issues that emerge during childhood, along with psychosis, which is linked with epilepsy.
This book has 34 chapters, each covering crucial subjects. Some of the topics covered in this book include learning disorders, genetic disorders and metabolism, nephrology, allergic disorders, blood disorders, environmental health dangers, and immunology. The book also contains information on how to diagnose as well as live with genetic disorders.
In this new edition, the readers are given links to online information as well. Two new editors have contributed greatly to the publication of this book-Joseph W. St. Geme III, and Nina F. Schor.
|Author||Joseph W. St. Geme III, Richard E. Behrman, Bonita F. Stanton, Robert M. Kliegman, Nina F. Schor|
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The first striking thing is the bulk and the weight! Quite scary! (About 4kg!)
But once you open the book,you see a drastic and welcome change in presentation,especially the colour scheme. The print, flow charts and the tables are more clear,with good colour contrast for easier reading.
But then,some chapters ask the readers to refer to the web edition for completion of content. This can be quite frustrating, because not everyone has internet access at all times.
In my view,it could very well have been 2 volumes like the 18th edition, instead of being abridged and highly 'web dependent'.
Pages are thin. book is heavy. in a library read by 20+ PG students in post graduate subject the life span is less tha 24 months. for a single reader it may be lasting long but weight is unbearable on your lap. may be putting it on table is the solution. Or if one has ability cut it into 10 pieces and read. of the contents are unquestionable. only the "hardware" I didn't like. i have been reading nelson from 12 th edition. all editions have this problem.
No need to write about the content of the book as its gold standard for decades... but did the publishers even notice the page quality..and above all approx. 4kg book in a single volume.. simply useless boss.. Sent a couple of mails to the publishers with an assurance to resolve but no hopes...
Claimed as Bible of Pediatrics, and it is true. Filled with great contents and really informative.
It's quite scary as it's 4kg and really thick. But, really worth for your money. I can't say anything more than a perfect bible of pediatrics.