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Toronto Residents Handbook of Neonatology 2022

Toronto Resident's Handbook of Neonatology

The Toronto Resident’s Handbook of Neonatology was created for residents, by residents. It is the culmination of 2 years of work (2020 to 2022) by 27 residents, and 18 content experts based in Toronto, Canada. It is meant to be used as a quick on-call reference for residents, study guide for final year residents, and clinical resource for general pediatricians. The content is broadly applicable to any Canadian context where neonates are cared for. You can free download PDF books of Neonatology at Medihealth Pedia.


Author: Katherine A. Boone
Page count: 212

Avery's Diseases of the Newborn 11E 2024

Avery's Diseases of the Newborn

Diseases of the Newborn was one of the first books dedicated to the diagnosis and treatment of problems of the neonate. Perhaps the most significant change to this edition is what was removed rather than what was added. We carefully reviewed the 10th edition’s table of contents, examining each chapter with a keen eye on keeping the book targeted on diseases of the newborn, bringing the content more in line with the original editions. Thus, several chapters that were not specifically disease-focused were archived, while chapters in some sections were subdivided into new chapters focused on disease-specific content.


Authors: Christine A. Gleason & Taylor Sawyer
Page count: 1851

Basic Emergency Newborn

Basic Emergency Obstetric & Newborn Care

Most pregnancies and births are uneventful with good maternal and perinatal outcome, however, approximately 15% of all pregnant women develop potentially life-threatening complications that call for skilled care and some will require a major obstetrical intervention to survive. This training manual is a component of the Basic Emergency Obstetric and Newborn Care (BEmONC) learning resource package (LRP) prepared for use in Ethiopia in in-service training of doctors, midwives, health officers and/or nurses with midwifery skills who, as team members.


Author: Dr. Tewodros Bekele
Page count: 257