Covering the management of critically ill newborns from the first minute of life through the first 72 hours, this practical, evidence-based and clinically-informed guide will provide all members of the pediatric care team with the essential information to save lives and prevent disability. With chapters on neonatal transport, resuscitation, ventilation and ethical issues, the content is further illustrated with case studies illustrating the real-world aspects of identifying critical signs and symptoms, diagnostics and treatment in multiple settings. As well as including numerous clear diagrams and summary tables, the text includes algorithms based on international guidelines to help navigate the reader through the delivery of care, and a comprehensive listing of drugs and dosages, serving as a quick reference guide when making treatment decisions. This is essential reading for pediatric residents, fellows and junior faculty, neonatal intensive care nurses, paramedics, obstetricians, midwives, anesthesiologists and emergency medicine physicians. Georg Hansmann is a Physician Scientist at the Department of Cardiology, Children's Hospital Boston, Harvard Medical School.