• editor, Joel A. Kaplan ; associate editors, John G.T. Augoustides, Gerard R. Manecke, Jr., Timothy Maus, David L. Reich.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2017
  • [edited by] Robert William Wilmott, Robin Deterding, Albert Li, Felix Ratjen, Peter Sly, Heather J. Zar, Andrew Bush.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2019
    Section 1: General basic and clinical considerations. The history and physical examination -- Molecular determinants of lung morphogenesis -- Basic genetics and epigenetics of childhood lung disease -- Environmental contributions to respiratory disease in children -- The surfactant system -- The structural and physiologic basis of respiratory disease -- Biology and assessment of airway inflammation -- Lung defenses: intrinsic, inate and adaptive -- Bronchoscopy and brochoalveolar lavage in pediatric patients -- Diagnostic imaging of the respiratory tract -- Pulmonary function tests in infants and preschool children -- Excercise and lung function in child health and disease -- Integrating patient reported outcomes into research and clinical practice -- Transition from pediatric to adult care -- Long term consequences of childhood respiratory disease -- Drug administration by inhalation in children -- Physical therapies in pediatric respiratory disease -- Congenital lung disease -- Respiratory disorders in the newborn -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasia -- Children dependent on respiratory technology -- Section 2: Infections of the lung. Microbiological diagnosis of respiratory illness: recent advances -- Acute infections that produce upper airway obstruction -- Bronchiolitis -- Pneumonia in children -- Bronchiectasis and chronic suppurative lung disease -- Influenza -- New and emerging infections of the lung -- Tuberculosis -- Non -tuberculosis mycobacterial disease -- The mycoses -- Pertussis and other bordetella infections of the respiratory tract -- Toxocariasis, hydatid disease of the lung, strongyloidiasis, and pulmonary paragonimiasis -- Section 3: Pulmonary disease in the intensive care unit. Principles of mechanical ventilation -- Childhood pulmonary arterial hypertension -- Pulmonary edema -- Respiratory complications of intensive care -- Acute respiratory distress syndrome -- Pulmonary disease associated with congenital heart disease -- Lung injury from hydrocarbon aspiration and smoke inhalation -- Drowning -- Section 4: Asthma. The epidemiology of asthma -- The immunopathogenesis of asthma -- Asthma in the preschool age child -- Wheezing in older children: asthma -- Severe asthma -- The influence of upper airway disease on the lower airway -- Modern molecular therapies for application in managing childhood asthma -- Section 5: Cystic fibrosis. Genetics and pathophysiology of cystic fibrosis -- Diagnosis and presentation of cystic fibrosis -- Pulmonary disease in cystic fibrosis -- Non-pulmonary manifestations of cystic fibrosis -- Modern molecular therapies for CF -- Section 6: Interstitial lung disease. New concepts in children's interstitial lung disease and diffuse lung disease -- Rare and new childhood lung disorders -- Childhood interstitial lung disease disorders more prevalent in infancy -- Lung diseases associated with disruption of pulmonary surfactant homeostasis -- Pulmonary involvement in the systemic diseases of childhood -- Lung injury caused by pharmacologic agents -- Section 7: Miscellaneous disorders of the lung. Pulmonary embolism and thromboembolic disease -- Diffuse alveolar hemorrhage in children -- The lung in sickle cell disease -- Primary immunodeficiency: and other diseases with immune disregulation -- Pulmonary disease in the immunosuppressed pediatric patient -- Hypersentivity pneumonitis and eosinophilic lung diseases -- Respiratory disorders in HIV-infected children and adolescents -- Pediatric lung transplantation -- Respiratory complication of down syndrome and other genetic syndromes -- Air and liquid in the pleural space -- Atelectasis -- Primary ciliary dyskinesia -- Chest wall and respiratory muscle disorders -- Disorders of the respiratory tract caused by trauma -- Tumors of the chest -- Section 8: The aerodigestive model. The aerodigestive model -- Aspiration -- Feeding swallowing and voice disorders -- Gastroesophageal reflux disease and eosinophilic esophagitis in children with complex airway disease -- Laryngeal and tracheal airway disorders -- Sudden infant death syndrome and apparent life threatening events -- Disorders of breathing during sleep.
  • [edited by] Stuart J. Knechtle, Lorna P. Marson, Sir Peter J. Morris.
    Digital : ClinicalKey2020
  • Held, Philip J.
  • Laurence Dahners.
    Video : AccessMedicine2011
  • Tierney, Lawrence M.

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