The Allergic March

The Allergic March

Lecture 4 Of 24

Downloadable Audiobook - 2016
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This Lecture: Welcome to the complex world of childhood allergies. How do pediatricians know when to diagnose a specific allergy? How do allergies cause different problems at different ages? What are the best ways to avoid specific allergens? Follow one patient on the "allergic march" as his symptoms evolve, beginning with eczema. The Course: Pediatrics, which focuses on the medical care of children from birth through adolescence, is one of the most fascinating areas of modern medicine. To step into the shoes of a trained pediatrician is to better understand how these medical heroes diagnose common and uncommon illnesses in their young patients, helping each child grow into their greatest potential. All Lectures: 1. Fever: Then and Now 2. The Challenges of Pediatrics 3. Struggling with Ear Pain 4. The Allergic March 5. Problems with Growth 6. Childhood Obesity 7. The Critically Ill Child 8. Getting the Most out of Checkups 9. Noisy Breathing 10. Trouble in School 11. The Premature Baby 12. Pain as a Warning Sign 13. Better Sleep for the Whole Family 14. Developmental Delay 15. Is This Child Normal? 16. International Adoption 17. The Tools of Discipline 18. Psychiatry in Pediatrics 19. Scratching for Clues 20. Common Symptoms, Uncommon Diagnoses 21. Coping with Pediatric Tragedies 22. The Girl Who Turned Yellow 23. A Different Cause of Vomiting 24. Pediatrics of the Future
Publisher: [United States]:, The Great Courses,, 2016
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Edition: Unabridged
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Characteristics: 1 online resource (1 audio file (30 min.)) :,digital
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Additional Contributors: Benaroch, Roy
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