A global approach to chronic childhood disorders of children and adolescents
- Useful to both health care providers and their patients
- Describes all common and important pediatric chronic conditions and how they should be treated
- Examines alternative treatment approaches, nutrition, family and ethical issues, and child abuse
- Extensive appendices provide resource information and
Internet links for support organizations
Invaluable to anyone who treats children!
The Hazelden Chronic Illness Series offers clear and relevant information and practical advice on the treatment of chronic illness and related aspects of healthcare. Drawing on over fifty years of clinical experience and research at the Hazelden Foundation, the series provides authoritative coverage of a wide-range of topics critical to healthcare providers, students, and patients. This publishing alliance between Hazelden and McGraw-Hill, the world's premier publisher of references and career tools for the medical profession, provides the depth and breadth of coverage you would expect when two industry leaders join forces.
The HAZELDEN CHRONIC ILLNESS SERIES LIBRARY
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Primary care physicians and nurse practitioners will welcome this ground-breaking guide to the treatment of children with chronic illnesses. The author explores the full range of health, family, and ethical concerns associated with chronically ill children, including nutrition, developmental issues, rehabilitation, mental health, surgical & orthopedic problems, home care, and abuse & neglect.