This practical guide is written for the emergency department physician who cares for adults and children concurrently and provides all the information needed to diagnose and treat a wide variety of common and uncommon pediatric disorders. Each chapter takes a clinical perspective, emphasizing differences in adult and pediatric disease process and management. Key facts, special considerations, and pearls and pitfalls are highlighted, providing rapid access to vital knowledge in emergency situations. Sections are dedicated to specific pediatric populations, including neonates, adolescents, and children with special health care needs. High-quality photographs, illustrations and diagrams enhance the text throughout and tutorials cover pediatric imaging, pediatric EKG interpretation, procedural sedation, and procedures. Written by pediatric and emergency medicine specialists and subspecialty experts, this is a must-have text for emergency medicine physicians and trainees, as well as family practice health care practitioners. Features • Quick reference including emergency medications, age-based weights, vital signs and equipment sizes • Special sections dedicated to specific pediatric populations and needs • Tutorials provide expert guidance in pediatric emergency medicine and in-depth information on rare conditions • High-quality photos and illustrations provide visual comparisons of conditions in children and adults and emergency procedures Table of Contents Part I. Resuscitation Part II. Allergy Part III. Cardiac Emergencies Part IV. Dental Emergencies Part V. Dermatology Part VI. Ear, Nose, Throat Part VII. Endocrine Emergencies Part VIII. Environmental Part IX. Fluids and Electrolytes Part X. Gastrointestinal Emergencies Part XI. Gynecologic Emergencies Part XII. Hematology and Oncology Emergencies Part XIII. Immunologic Emergencies Part XIV. Infectious Disease Emergencies Part XV. Musculoskeletal System Part XVI. Neurology Part XVII. Ophthalmology Part XVIII. Psychiatric Emergencies.