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IAP Specialty Series on Rational Antimicrobial Practice in Pediatrics
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Editor-in-Chief: Tanu Singhal MD MSc Dip LSHTM
 
Founder-Editor: Nitin Shah
 
Editors: Nitin Shah MD DCH
 
Vijay Yewale MD DCH FIAP
 
Suhas Prabhu MD DCH MNAMS
 


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ISBN9789352707065
Edition 3/e
Publish Year2019
Pages552
Size 6.75" x 9.5"
Cover TypePaper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 700
Quick Overview
The book comprehensively discusses rational approach to antimicrobial therapy in Indian children.The new edition includes new chapters on antimicrobial resistance, basics of antimicrobial therapy, including escalation and de-escalation, new drugs in the pipeline, intra-abdominal infections and infective endocarditis. All chapters have been written and revised by well-known academicians and an effort has been made to include relevant latest information and guidelines It will be useful to practicing pediatricians and postgraduates in India and South Asia.
Key Features
• The book comprehensively discusses rational approach to antimicrobial therapy in Indian children.

• Divided into four sections. The first section deals with basics of microbiology, as well as clinical pharmacology of antimicrobial drugs.

• The second section discusses basics of rational antimicrobial therapy and use of antimicrobials in various clinical settings from head to toe including central nervous system, respiratory tract, gastrointestinal tract, skin and soft tissue, bone and joint, etc. as well as treatment of tuberculosis, fungi, viruses, helminths, malaria and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

• The third section discusses antimicrobial therapy through various case scenarios to help the readers apply the principles discussed in their own clinical practices.

• The fourth section is a ready reckoner for antimicrobial doses, preparations, side effects and drug interactions.

• Includes new chapters on antimicrobial resistance, basics of antimicrobial therapy including escalation and de-escalation, new drugs in the pipeline, intra-abdominal infections, brucellosis, rickettsial disease and infective endocarditis.

• All chapters have been written and revised by well-known academicians.

• Effort has been made to include the latest information and guidelines.
Target Audience
Will be a useful resource for both postgraduates and practicing pediatricians in India and South Asia.
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