Iowa Neonatology Handbook
by Edward F. Bell, Jeffrey L. Segar
Publisher: The University of Iowa 2006
Number of pages: 313
The Iowa Neonatology Handbook represents an ongoing effort by the Division of Neonatology at the University of Iowa Children's Hospital to provide physicians, nurses, and medical students who care for newborn infants a collection of protocols outlining rational approaches to the care of critically ill neonates.
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