Pediatric Emergency Care®

Pediatric Emergency Care® 07495161
ISBN/ISSN: 07495161
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Dedicated to the care of the ill or injured child, Pediatric Emergency Care® presents must-have, practical information dedicated specifically to pediatric and adolescent emergencies. Brought to you by pioneers in the field of pediatric emergency medicine, this invaluable resource addresses the most immediate acute care management problems, such as pediatric airway management, acute trauma, sharp object ingestion, toxicology, and much more.



--Category 1 CME credits
--Pediatric Emergency Nursing Forum
--Illustrative case studies
--Discussions of controversial legal topics, such as chain-of-evidence issues related to rape, child abuse, child custody, and parental consent
--Expert editorial commentary
--Book reviews, meeting abstracts, proceedings of national conferences
--"Controversies in Pediatric Emergency Care" section now available on the PED-EM-L discussion group on the Internet at
--Reports on new technology and techniques in the emergency department

About the Editor(s)

  • Stephen Ludwig MD
  • Professor, Department of Pediatrics and Emergency Medicine, The University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine; Associate Physician-in-Chief, John H. and Hortense Cassel Jensen Endowed Chair, Division of Pediatric Emergency Medicine, The Child


  • ISSN: 07495161
  • Published: Published Monthly