Spanish for Pediatric Medicine features a quick-reference design that enables the user to rapidly identify and explore common medical problems. English and Spanish equivalents are shown side-by-side for quick reference. This convenient resource fits right in your pocket as you travel between well-child, sick visit, and emergency department settings. This 3rd edition is completely updated and is consistent with the new Bright Futures Guidelines for Health Supervision of Infants, Children, and Adolescents, 4th edition content. Visit-specific translations for the 31 age-based visits reflect the organization of the guidelines as well.
Key features of this edition
"This title will be useful for the intended audience. However, there's a great need for qualified/certified Spanish medical interpreters to be available at a moment's notice. We all know that medical interpretation should always be done by medical interpreters and not by staff members who, despite speaking Spanish, are not certified. It's important to have high standards for interpreting in medicine."
-- Maria Echeverria-Raddatz, BA (Ann & Robert H. Lurie Children's Hospital) Doody's Review
This title is appropriate for any health providers -- students, fellows, residents, attendings, APNs -- who have Spanish speaking patients. Language can be a barrier to communicating what both provider and family have to say and ask. The book covers different specialties as well as different ages of children.