New Release Books by Graham Clayden

Graham Clayden is the author of Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics (2007), Children Who Soil (1992) and Constipation in Childhood (1991).

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Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics

release date: Jun 27, 2007
Illustrated Textbook of Paediatrics
A concise, colourfully illustrated and highly informative textbook of paediatrics. Written primarily for medical students for their course in clinical paediatrics (6-10 weeks in duration in the UK and worldwide), the book has found a wider audience among nurses, trainee paediatricians preparing for the MRCPCH, and general practitioners preparing for the DCH. Throughout, there is an emphasis on the core fundamentals of paediatrics practice throughout the world, which has contributed to its success in Europe, Asia, Australia and the Middle East. In the book: Summary boxes to help learning/revision Additional diagrams and photographs to assist learning Bringing book up to date and expanding topical items such as immunisations, obesity, child protection, ethics, medicines in children New chapters on Allergy and Adolescent Medicine Improved navigation by means of: Chapter summaries at the beginning of chapters using main headings and page numbers Colour-coding of chapters Differentiation of types of boxes by colour and numbering On www.studentconsult.com: Full text Self-assessment questions and answers using different formats: multiple choice questions; best of five and best of many; extended matching Photographs/illustrations Selected additional background information e.g. relevant embryology, basic science

Children Who Soil

release date: Jan 01, 1992
Children Who Soil
Combines psychological/medical assessment and treatment to provide a holistic approach for managing this disorder. Begins with an extensive review of international literature on the subject covering causation theories and curative studies. Explains how to assess the ``whole child'' plus his/her family along with the treatment and management of the problem using the ``whole child'' method. Describes neurological disorders associated with soiling, its relationship with sexual abuse, the wider implications from research and suggested ways of setting up specific services for the soiling child.

Constipation in Childhood

release date: Jan 01, 1991
Constipation in Childhood
Constipation in childhood is often dismissed as a mild and trivial problem. However, for those children who suffer with bowel dysfunction, the pain, shame, and despair associated with incontinence and painful defecation may have ramifications for a lifetime. Surprisingly, many health care providers are not well-informed about how to deal with childhood constipation. Little information is readily available to doctors and nurses confronted with this often perplexing problem. This book presents the scientific background, physiology, and clinical features of children who present with problems of defecation. It also contains a booklet designed to be copied and distributed to parents and children to help them understand this distressing condition. The book is designed to be an easily accessible source of information for practitioners and students of pediatrics, child psychiatry, and gastroenterology, as well as family physicians


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