Case-Based Inpatient Pediatric Dermatology by Marcia Hogeling

By Marcia Hogeling

Written for pediatric dermatologists, fellows, dermatology citizens and clinical scholars rotating in pediatric dermatology, this ebook covers themes starting from atopic dermatitis, drug eruptions, neonatal inpatient dermatology, abuse, and pores and skin symptoms of different systemic illnesses. Inpatient Pediatric Dermatology is an rising subspecialty of Pediatric Dermatology, but little has been written for the working towards surgeon treating those younger sufferers within the medical institution. Case-based Inpatient Pediatric Dermatology fills that void and makes use of case-based examples to spotlight universal and unusual shows of dermatologic disorder within the hospitalized pediatric sufferer. ​Complete with beneficial colour illustrations and pictures, this publication is the go-to consultant for clinicians treating hospitalized pediatric dermatology patients.

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The virus spreads in two forms: (1) via aerosolized droplets in the 2 days prior to appearance of skin lesions; and (2) via direct skin contact with the lesions 5–7 days after appearance of the rash. In immunocompromised hosts, the contagious period can last for several weeks. As such, patients in inpatient settings should be placed on droplet precautions. The live, attenuated varicella vaccine can safely be administrated to children as young as 9 months and is highly effective, with prevention rates typically reaching 80–85 % [27].

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