The Harriet Lane Handbook, 23rd Edition
Your #1 source of pediatric point-of-care clinical information.
Every three years, The Harriet Lane Handbook is carefully updated by residents, edited by chief residents, and reviewed by expert faculty at The Johns Hopkins Hospital. Easy to use, concise, and complete, this essential manual keeps you current with new guidelines, practice parameters, pharmacology, and more. The 23rd Edition of this portable reference continues to be the most widely used and most recognized pediatric reference worldwide—an indispensable resource for pediatric residents, students, nurses, and all healthcare professionals who treat young patients.
Trusted for 70 years for fast, accurate information on pediatric diagnosis and treatment.
New audio case files: Listen to residents and faculty at The Johns Hopkins Hospital discuss case studies and healthcare disparities based on topics from this bestselling book.
The popular and comprehensive Pediatric Drug Formulary, updated by Carlton K. K. Lee, PharmD, MPH, provides the latest in pharmacologic treatment of pediatric patients.
Outline format ensures you’ll find information quickly and easily, even in the most demanding circumstances.
An eBook version is included with purchase. The eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures and references, with the ability to search, customize your content, make notes and highlights, and have content read aloud.
1 Emergency and Critical Care Management
2 Traumatic Injuries [includes 4-color insert]
5 Adolescent Medicine
6 Analgesia and Procedural Sedation
8 Dermatology [Includes 4-color insert]
9 Development, Behavior, and Developmental Disability
11 Fluids and Electrolytes
13 Genetics: Metabolism and Conditions with Distinctive Appearance
15 Immunology and Allergy
17 Microbiology and Infectious Disease
21 Nutrition and Growth
23 Palliative Care
25 Pulmonology and Sleep Medicine
28 Blood Chemistry and Body Fluids
29 Biostatistics and Evidence-Based Medicine
30 Drug Dosages
31 Drugs in Kidney Failure
The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Camille C. Anderson, MD, Sunaina Kapoor, MD, MPH and Tiffany E Mark, MD