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    Ellen Chiocca.
    Summary: "Pediatric healthcare experts agree that the health care needs of children are vastly different from those of adults. From infancy through adolescence, a child experiences many dramatic anatomical, physiologic, psychosocial, developmental, and cognitive changes. Thus, it is critical for the pediatric health care provider to possess specialized knowledge and skills to accurately assess children during health and illness. Concepts related to the health assessment and physical examination of adults cannot be universally applied to the care of children; children are not simply little adults"-- Provided by publisher.

    Child Health Assessment : An Overview
    Assessment of Child Development and Behavior
    Communicating with Children and Families
    Assessment of the Family
    Cultural Assessment of Children and Families
    Obtaining the Pediatric Health History
    Assessing Safety and Injury Risk in Children
    The Pediatric Physical Examination
    The Health Supervision Visit: Wellness Examinations in Children
    Assessment of Nutritional Status
    Assessment of the Neonate
    Assessment of the Integumentary System
    Assessment of the Head, Neck, and Regional Lymphatics
    Assessment of the Ears
    Assessment of the Eyes
    Assessment of the Face, Nose, and Oral Cavity
    Assessment of the Thorax, Lungs, and Regional Lymphatics
    Assessment of the Cardiovascular System
    Assessment of the Abdomen and Regional Lymphatics
    Assessment of the Reproductive and Genitourinary Systems
    Assessment of the Musculoskeletal System
    Assessment of the Neurologic System
    Assessment of Mental Disorders in Children and Adolescents
    Assessment of Child Abuse and Neglect
    The Complete History and Physical Examination : From Start to Finish
    Formulating a Differential Diagnosis.
    Digital Access R2Library 2019
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