Diagnostik und Therapie der Kinderkrankheiten mit speziellen Arzneiverordnungen für das Kindesalter. Ein Wegweiser für den praktischen Arzt.

JAMA. 1932;99(6):501. doi:10.1001/jama.1932.02740580069044.
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There are relatively few books appearing on pediatric treatment. The emphasis in this book is almost entirely on treatment. Only reliable methods of therapy are described and only those methods included with which the author has had experience. A short concise diagnostic summary of each disease precedes the outline of the treatment. The diseases peculiar to childhood are given more space than those common to internal medicine. The changes in this edition express Professor Lust's latest views on subjects in which opinions have changed in the past few years, such as treatment of rickets, scat let fever, congenital syphilis, asthma and infant feeding. The second part of the book lists drugs commonly used in pediatrics. They are arranged alphabetically and include uses and doses at different ages. Foods used for infants and children and their preparation also are listed. A few pages are devoted to toxicology. A third section is


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