Guide to Your Child's Symptoms - The Official, Complete Home Reference / (Editors:) Donald Chiff, M.D., F.A.A.P.

Guide to Your Child's Symptoms

The Official, Complete Home Reference

(Editors:) Donald Chiff, M.D., F.A.A.P. & Steven P. Shelov, M.D., M.S., F.A.A.P

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Owning this book is like having a team of the most respected pediatricians in your home twenty-four hours a day.
It describes more than one jundred of the most common childhood symptoms in easy-to-follow illustrated charts, and provides the most authoritative, up-to-date advice for parents and caregivers.
The Guide to Your Child's Symtoms is an invaluble reference that belongs in every household with children.


When an infant or small child is ill, it is often very difficult for a parent to understand or diagnose the nature of the problem. Since babies can't articulate what ails them, in most cases all a parent has to go on is the symptom that the child exhibits.

The American Academy of Pediatrics Guide to Your Child's Symptoms has been prepared by a team of the country's best pediatricians to enable a parent to quickly identify a symptom, learn its possible cause, and determine how best to proceed, whether it's taking action at home or calling the pediatrician immediately. The symptoms are listed alphabetically, and the text and illustrations that accompany each one are arranged in easy-to-follow charts. Unlike most child-care and parenting books, which are dense and text-heavy, this book lets a parent quickly assess the problem and decide what needs to be done for the child. The first of the book covers the 100 or so most common symptoms in A-Z format. The second part is an illustrated first-aid manual.

The American Academy of Pediatrics is the most respected authority on child health in America, and the Guide to Your Child's Symptoms is an essential family reference that belongs in every household.










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