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Just the Facts in Pediatrics1.Normal growth and developmenta.Fetus and Prematureb.Newbornc.Infancyd.Early childhood (pre-school)e.Middle childhood (post-school/pre-adol)f.Adolescence2.Nutrition a.Nutritional requirementsb.Infant feedingc.should be in disease processesd.should be in disease processes3.Fluid and electrolytes4.The pediatric history and physical exama.Historyb.Review of systemsc.Family historyd.Physical exam5.Health supervision and preventive care (immuniztions here)a.Newbornb.Infancyc.Early childhoodd.Middle childhoode.Adolescencei. in disease process sectionii.Sexual development in femalesiii.Sexual development in malesiv. in disease process sectionv.Psychological disorders6.Normal Developmental and behavioral pediatricsNewbornInfancyEarly ChildhoodMiddle ChildhoodAdolescence7.Pediatric pharmacology8.Toxicology (I believe that this category should be under emergency medicine)a.Substance abusei.Ethanolii.Volatile substancesiii.Cocaineiv.Opiatesv.Amphetaminesb.Ironc.Leadd.Analgesics/sedativese.Hydrocarbonsf.Caustic agentsg.Carbon monoxide9.Emergency pediatrics (sections on emergencies in each of the following categories: Allergy, Cardiology, Dental, Dermatologic, Endocrine, GI, Genetic (Inborn errors), Hematologic, Oncologic, Infectious, Renal, Neurologic, Ophthalmologic, Orthopaedic, Pulmonary, Rheumatolgic, Psychiatric, Surgical)a.Resuscitationb.Injuriesc.Shaken child 10.Neonatal critical care a.Birth injuryb.Prematurityc.Respiratory Disordersd.Digestive disorderse.Blood disordersf.Urinary track disordersg.Neonatal infections11.Pediatric critical carea.Advanced life supportb.Mechanical ventilationc.Acute respiratory distress syndromed.Near drowninge.Acute neurologic injuryf.Brain deathg.Technology dependent children12.Allergy and immunologya.Allergic rhinitisb.Food allergyc.Drug allergyd.Asthmae.Immunodeficiency13.Cardiology/CT Surgerya.Chest painb.Abnormal Heart Soundsc.Syncope d.Congenital heart disease (Cyanotic/Acyanotic)e.Heart failuref.Cardiomyopathiesg.Acquired Heart Disease (Inflammatory, Infectious, Kawasaki, Rheumatic, SBE)h.Hypertensioni.Hyperlipidemia14.Dentistrya.Preventive dentistryb.Caries15.Dermatologya.Disorders of infancyb.Phacomatosesc.Atopic dermatitisd.Acnee.Dermatologic Manifestations of Systemic 16.Endocrinology a.Diabetes mellitusb.Short staturec.Hypoglycemiad.Hypothalamic dysfunctione.Hypothyroid diseasef.Hyperthyroidismg.Adrenal insufficiency17.Gastroenterology and Hepatology/GI Surgery: a.Abdominal painb.Vomitingc.Diarrhead.Constipatione.Jaundice and hepatic failuref.Pancreatitisg.Gastro-esophageal refluxh.Inflammatory bowel disease18.Geneticsa.Newborn screeningb.Chromosomal abnormalities Include in AA disorders c.Amino acid disordersd.Carbohydrate disorderse.Disorders of Fat f.Storage Diseases.19.Hematology a.Iron disordersb.Hemoglobinopathiesc.Hemolytic anemiasd.Leukopeniae.Thrombocytopeniaf.Hemophiliag.Bleeding disorders20.Oncologya.Genetics of Malignancyb.Leukemiac.Lymphomad.Neuro-oncologye.Solid organ malignancies21.Infectious diseasesa. Bacterial infectionsb.Viral infectionsc.Fungal infectionsd.Infectious diseases in the immunocompromised patient22. Kidney diseases/Urologic)a.Glomerular diseaseb.Interstitial diseasec.Tubular diseased.Renal vascular diseasee.Nephrolithiasisf.Collecting Systemg.Bladderh.Urethrai.Urinary tract infections (?vesico-ureteral reflux)j. Circumcisionk.End-stage Renal Diseasel.Genital Malformations23. Neurology/Neurosurgerya.Seizuresb.Headachesc.Altered mental status and coma d.Altered gaite.Vertigo and dizzinessf.Degenerative diseasesg.Meningitis, encephalitis, and brain abcessh.Hydrocephalus and Shuntsi.Spinej.Peripheral Nerves/Neuromuscluar Junction/Musclek.Hypotonia24.Opthalmology a.Strabismusb.Ocular injuriesc.Refraction errorsd.Red Eyee.Opthalmologic signs of systemic diseases25.Orthopedicsa.Fracturesb.Scoliosis/Kyphosisc.Toeing-in/toeing-out, Knock-Knee/Bow legsd.Sports medicine26.Pulmonology/Otorhinolaryngologya.Pneumoniab.Bronchitis and bronchiolitisc.Foreign bodyd.Bronchopulmonary dysplasiae.Cystic fibrosisf.Interstitial lung diseaseg.T&A and myringotomy tubes27.Abnormal Behavior and Development: (include bed-wetting, encopresis, ADHD, etc)a.Pre-schoolb.School agec. Adolescent28.Psychiatrya.Depressionb.Psychoses29.Rheumatologya.Juvenile rheumatoid arthritisb.Systemic lupus erythematosisc.Dermatomyositisd.Scleroderma30.Abnormalities of Nutritiona.Obesityb.Vitamin Deficiencyc.Failure to thrive

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Thomas Green, MD Professor and Chairman of Pediatrics Childrens Memorial Hospital/Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois This is a very impressive group of authors. Dr. Green is Chairman of Pediatrics at Northwestern, and Physician-in-Chief at Childrens Memorial Hospital, one of the top pediatric hospitals in the U.S. (He succeeds James Stockman, who left the position to become President of the American Board of Pediatrics).



Wayne Franklin, MD Physician-Director, CME Programs Associate Professor of Pediatrics Childrens Memorial Hospital/Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois Dr. Franklin is a pediatric cardiologist who coordinates all CME and recertification review activities for Childrens, as such he is expert in the content of the recertification exam and its structure.



Robert R. Tanz, MD Professor of Pediatrics Director, Diagnostic and Consultation Services Childrens Memorial Hospital/Northwestern University Chicago, Illinois Dr. Tanz directs the consult service at Childrens and thus has a wide breadth of clinical knowledge. All three are widely published in the journal literature but this will be their first book.

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