Neonatal Respiratory Disorders 2nd edition
Lung disease is a major indication for the admittance of the neonate to a specialist intensive care unit, and is a particularly common complication in the pre-term baby where the lungs are insufficiently developed at birth and easily damaged by early treatments. As a consequence, this is an area of intensive international research activity.
In this comprehensive update of the well-received first edition, leading researchers from all over the world have been invited to contribute in their specialist areas. The book continues to provide detailed coverage of the pathogenesis, clinical and laboratory features and management of lung disorders in the neonate, with increased emphasis on the underlying immunology and major additions to the sections on respiratory support, chronic lung disease and abnormalities in lung growth and development to reflect the changes that have occurred in these areas since the previous edition appeared in 1995.
Providing an unrivalled up-to-date statement on the problems that are faced in the neonatal intensive care unit on a daily basis, this is an invaluable addition to the bookshelves of neonatologists and other personnel involved in the care of critically ill babies.
About the Author
Anne Greenough MD, FRCP, DCH
Professor of Neonatology and Clinical Respiratory Physiology, Department of Child Health, Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas School of Medicine, King’s College London, UK
Anthony D Milner MD, FRCP, DCH
Emeritus Professor of Neonatology, Department of Child Health, Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas School of Medicine, King’s College London, UK –
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