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MRCPCH MasterCourse

Volume 2 with DVD and website access

2008 BMA Medical Book Competition Awards:
First Prize Paediatrics


Prepared in conjunction with the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health (RCPCH), MRCPCH MasterCourse has been constructed as a comprehensive package for trainees facing professional examinations in paediatrics and child health.

This volume (2) has been made available separately in case candidates sitting the Diploma in Child Health (DCH) exams and doctors with a primary-care interest in child health using Volume 1 wish to study futher and go on to purchase Volume 2.

It comes with an accompanying DVD containing video clips of clinical scenarios, and PIN access to a website with self-assessment and further learning materials.

Audience
GPs and doctors with a primary-care interest in child health who have completed the DCH and wish to take their studies in paediatrics further.

Paperback, 484 Pages

Published: April 2007

Imprint: Churchill Livingstone

ISBN: 978-0-443-10190-8

Contents

  • How to use this book
    Index of DVD clips
    List of abbreviations

    Module 6: Childhood disorders 1

    28. Central nervous system
    29. Neuro-developmental disability
    30. Child mental health
    31. The eye and vision
    32. Disorders of hearing, the ear and throat
    33. Disorders of bones and joints
    34. Inborn errors of metabolism
    35. Endocrinology and diabetes
    36. Skin disorders in children
    37. Child abuse and neglect
    38. Child health in developing countries


    Module 7: Childhood disorders 2

    39. Gastroenterology and hepatology
    40. Urinary system
    41. The cardiovascular system
    42. Respiratory paediatrics
    43. Blood and reticuloendothelial disorders
    44. Immunology and infectious disease


    Module 8: The child in hospital

    45. Care of the critically ill child
    46. Neonatology I: problems of the prenatal and perinatal period
    47. Neonatology II: respiratory and cardiac disorders
    48. Neonatology III: neurology, haematology, metabolism and sepsis
    49. Neonatology IV: disorders requiring surgical intervention
    50. Accidents, poisoning and ALTEs
    51. Oncology and palliative care

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