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|Statement||by William L. Funkhouser and Robert George McAliley.|
|Series||Clinical pediatrics,, v. 9|
|Contributions||McAliley, Robert George, 1879- joint author.|
|LC Classifications||RJ23 .C5 vol. IX|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xx, 318 p.|
|Number of Pages||318|
|LC Control Number||27012836|
This definitive text on respiratory disease in children has been completely updated and revised for the 7th Edition. Several new chapters have been added, including information on the impact of environmental pollution on lung disease in children. The respiratory disorders of infants and children.. [Jan A Kuzemko] Book: All Authors / Contributors: Jan A Kuzemko. Find more information about: ISBN: Children -- Respiratory system -- Diseases; Confirm this request. Presents cutting-edge coverage with new information on the biology of, and the influences on, the respiratory system during childhood, as well as the diagnosis and management of both common (ie, wheezing infant, cystic fibrosis, tuberculosis) and less common (ie, SARS, chest tumors, collagen vascular diseases, Familial Mediterranean Fever. This chapter covers various respiratory diseases in children, with particular focus on acute infections, perinatal lung disease and bronchopulmonary dysplasia, tuberculosis (TB) and congenital respiratory disorders, and immunisation against the common infections of childhood.
The respiratory system is made up of the organs involved in the interchanges of gases and consists of the: Nose. Mouth (oral cavity) Throat (pharynx) Voice box (larynx) Windpipe (trachea) Airways (bronchi) Lungs. The upper respiratory tract includes the: Nose. Nasal cavity. Sinuses. The lower respiratory tract includes the: Voice box (larynx. Welcome to the 21st Edition of Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics – the reference of choice among pediatricians, pediatric residents, and others involved in the care of young patients. This fully revised edition continues to provide the breadth and depth of knowledge you expect from Nelson, while also keeping you up to date with new advances in the science and art of pediatric practice. Idiopathic (or infantile) respiratory distress syndrome (IRDS), also known as hyaline membrane disease (HMD), which occurs in premature infants, is caused by the immaturity of the lungs with their insufficient pulmonary surfactant production and their inactivation by plasma proteins exudating onto the alveolar surface (see Surface Activity and Pulmonary Surfactant). Diseases that impact the respiratory system – the nose, throat and lungs – are very common, especially in children who have not yet built up immunity to common viruses and bacteria that can cause such problems. These seven common childhood respiratory diseases .
In general, children with congenital respiratory disorders should be admitted to a specialised centre at an early stage as prompt assessment and, if necessary, treatment, are often important in determining survival. See the entire Paediatric respiratory diseases Chapter. Chapter 5 - Respiratory system By Adam J. Broussard, Stanley M. Hall, Michael G. Levitzky Edited by Alan David Kaye, Louisiana State University, Charles James Fox, Tulane University School of Medicine, Louisiana, James H. Diaz, Louisiana State University. 6 Childhood Respiratory Diseases & the Environment Despite extraordinary advances in the 20th century, million deaths in children under 5 years (Murray, The Global Burden of Disease Project, WHO, ). Nursing Care in Pediatric Respiratory Disease opens with an overview of the anatomy and physiology of the respiratory system, best practices for assessing respiratory symptoms in children, and common respiratory therapies and treatment methods. It then proceeds through an examination of varying acute and chronic upper and lower respiratory.