By Frank Bamford; Jacqueline Y Q Mok; Donna Rosenberg, MD

ISBN-10: 0727918176

ISBN-13: 9780727918178

The fourth version of this significant and hugely praised advisor has been considerably revised and up-to-date, delivering concise, sensible info on a tricky and distressing zone of paediatric medication. This re-creation of the ABC of kid Protection now contains extra chapters on stomach damage, forget and failure to thrive. It offers the newest details at the prognosis and research of abuse, and explains the present roles of social prone and the legislation in safeguarding children.

Written via top paediatricians, psychiatrists, social employees and legal professionals, this complete booklet is a useful reference for pros occupied with children’s welfare, together with basic practitioners, emergency employees, paediatricians, police surgeons, psychiatrists, wellbeing and fitness viewers, social employees, and legal professionals

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Several studies – retrospective, prospective, and multicentre – and animal models have concluded that retinal haemorrhages rarely, if ever, occur after cardiopulmonary resuscitation and involve only a small number of intraretinal or preretinal haemorrhages around the optic nerve. Retinopathy from chest compression (Purtscher retinopathy), which is characterised by white intraretinal patches, has not been observed, to my knowledge, after cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Direct shaking injury to the retina due to retinal-vitreous traction/shearing seems to be the most important factor in causing shaking related retinal haemorrhage.

Several studies – retrospective, prospective, and multicentre – and animal models have concluded that retinal haemorrhages rarely, if ever, occur after cardiopulmonary resuscitation and involve only a small number of intraretinal or preretinal haemorrhages around the optic nerve. Retinopathy from chest compression (Purtscher retinopathy), which is characterised by white intraretinal patches, has not been observed, to my knowledge, after cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Direct shaking injury to the retina due to retinal-vitreous traction/shearing seems to be the most important factor in causing shaking related retinal haemorrhage.

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