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  1. Can anyone recommend a handbook to use for peds? Something that is information-packed yet small enough to carry around @ clinical?

    Thanks,
    Z
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  3. by   Quickbeam
    I always liked Harriet Lane, which is now available for PDA use. It is essentially for pediatricians but I found it useful. Pediatric references that are handy are hard to find....especially if you are in general pediatrics. All the systems to cover...It makes you be a pretty darned good generalist since you work with every possible specialty.
  4. by   Zinobile
    Thanks but I'm looking for a pediatric anesthesia handbook.

    Z
  5. by   Quickbeam
    Sorry...I didn't note the specialty header, just saw the thread in the general new posts list.

    Good luck.
  6. by   AmiK25
    Clinical Guide to Pediatric Anesthesia by Zaglanciczny and Aker is what we use....I think it's pretty good.
  7. by   susswood
    Quote from AmiK25
    Clinical Guide to Pediatric Anesthesia by Zaglanciczny and Aker is what we use....I think it's pretty good.
    I have used that too. But beware, the cheat sheets in the back of the book (which are handy) have dosage typos.... like decimal points in the wrong place (I think on the epi doses).

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