IAP Textbook of Pediatrics

A Parthasarathy, PSN Menon, MKC Nair, Piyush Gupta, Ritabrata Kundu, Alok Gupta
  • An innovative time-tested project of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics (IAP)
  • This edition presents the subject in a simplified and practical manner
  • Crisp, concise and yet comprehensive text
  • The textbook includes details of recommended growth charts, consensus recommendations on immunization, National Immunization Schedule (Government of India) updated in 2015 and IAP Immunization Time Table 2018–19 as recommended by the Indian Academy of Pediatrics– Advisory Committee on Vaccines and Immunization Practices (IAP–ACVIP)
  • It provides current protocols for management of various infectious and noninfectious diseases, as recommended by various chapters and groups of the Indian Academy of Pediatrics
  • Major thrust on preventive pediatrics, so as to familiarize the young pediatricians with current as well as future strategies in this field
  • Contributions from more than 250 national and international experts, and luminaries in their respective fields of interest and expertise consisting of 239 Chapters spread over 21 Sections
  • The entire text has been revised and updated by adopting three-tier review and edit system, keeping in view the present needs and possible future requirements of practitioners and students of pediatrics
  • A book of great utility for the students, teachers, and practitioners of pediatrics in India and South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) countries.

Table of Contents

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1.1: Pediatrics: Yesterday, Today and Tomorrow
1.2: History Elicitation
1.3: Physical Examination
1.4: Communication and Counseling
1.5: Legal and Ethical Issues in Pediatric Practice
1.6: Research in Office Practice: Translating Clinical Information to Evidence-based Research
1.7: Media and Child Health: Handling Parents and Public
1.8: Child Health in South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation (SAARC) Countries
2.1: Neonatal Nomenclature
2.2: Neonatal Resuscitation
2.3: Care of the Normal Newborn
2.4: Identification and Approach to a Sick Newborn
2.5: Low Birth Weight
2.6: Parent Counseling
2.7: Neonatal Hyperbilirubinemia
2.8: Neonatal Infections
2.9: Neonatal Seizures
2.10: Respiratory Distress
2.11: Bleeding Neonate
2.12: Hypoxic–Ischemic Encephalopathy and Intracranial Hemorrhage
2.13: Necrotizing Enterocolitis
3.1: Growth and Development: Basic Concepts
3.2: Growth: Birth to Puberty
3.3: World Health Organization Under-5 Growth Standards 2006
3.4: Revised Indian Academy of Pediatrics 2015 Growth Charts for 5–18 Years Old Indian Children
3.5: Growth and Sexual Development in Puberty
3.6: Normal Development
3.7: Developmental Delay
3.8: Failure to Thrive
4.1: Infant and Young Child Feeding
4.2: Breastfeeding
4.3: Human Milk Banking
4.4: Malnutrition
4.5: Water-soluble Vitamins
4.6: Fat-soluble Vitamins
4.7: Trace Elements
5.1: Basics of Immune System
5.2: Primary Immunodeficiency Disorders
5.3: The Principles and Practice of Immunization
5.4: Rationale of Selection of Vaccines in National Immunization Program and Indian Academy of Pediatrics Immunization Timetable
5.5: Universal Immunization Program in India
5.6: Non UIP Vaccines in India
5.7: Vaccine Storage and Handling
5.8: Adverse Events Following Immunization
5.9: Future Vaccines, Adjuvants, and Immunization Techniques
5.10: Controversies in Immunization
5.11: Fever and Fever of Unknown Origin
5.12: Approach to a Child with Fever and Skin Rash
5.13: Malaria
5.14: Kala-Azar (Visceral Leishmaniasis)
5.15: Dengue Illnesses
5.16: Chikungunya Fever
5.17: Poliomyelitis
5.18: Chickenpox (Varicella)
5.19: Measles
5.20: Mumps
5.21: Rubella
5.22: Rabies
5.23: Pediatric Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
5.24: Leptospirosis
5.25: Tuberculosis
5.26: Diphtheria
5.27: Pertussis
5.28: Tetanus
5.29: Rickettsial Diseases
5.30: Leprosy
5.31: Pandemic Influenza
5.32: Typhoid Fever
5.33: Healthcare-associated Infections
6.1: Neuroanatomic Localization in Children
6.2: Prenatal Development and Malformations of Central Nervous System
6.3: Neurodegenerative Disorders
6.4: Neurocutaneous Disorders
6.5: Seizures, Epilepsy, and Nonepileptic Events
6.6: Headache and Migraine
6.7: Movement Disorders
6.8: Encephalitis and Encephalopathies
6.9: Infections of the Central Nervous System
6.10: Coma
6.11: Primary Brain Tumors
6.12: Raised Intracranial Pressure
6.13: Stroke
6.14: Floppy Infant: Clinical Approach
6.15: Neuromuscular Disorders
6.16: Cerebral Palsy, Intellectual Disability, and Autism Spectrum Disorder
6.17: Learning Disabilities and Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
6.18: Global Developmental Delay and Early Intervention
6.19: Autism Spectrum Disorder
7.1: Clinical Approach to Pediatric Cardiology
7.2: Congenital Heart Disease
7.3: Rheumatic Fever and Rheumatic Heart Disease
7.4: Congestive Heart Failure
7.5: Diseases of Endocardium, Myocardium, and Pericardium
7.6: Cardiac Arrhythmias
8.1: Examination of the Respiratory System
8.2: Diagnostic Procedures and Investigations in Respiratory Diseases
8.3: Respiratory Distress
8.4: Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
8.5: Croup
8.6: Pneumonia
8.7: Bronchiolitis
8.8: Empyema
8.9: Suppurative Lung Disease
8.10: Bronchial Asthma
8.11: Aerosol Therapy
9.1: Acute Diarrhea
9.2: Persistent and Chronic Diarrhea
9.3: Malabsorption Syndrome
9.4: Vomiting and Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
9.5: Parasitic Bowel Disease
9.6: Gastrointestinal Bleeding
9.7: Constipation
9.8: Hirschsprung Disease
9.9: Abdominal Pain
9.10: Inflammatory Bowel Disease
9.11: Hepatomegaly: A Practical Diagnostic Approach
9.12: Clinical Relevance of Liver Function Tests and Imaging Modalities in Hepatobiliary Disorders
9.13: Viral Hepatitis
9.14: Chronic Liver Disease and Cirrhosis of Liver
9.15: Neonatal Cholestasis Syndromes
9.16: Cholestatic Disorders in Older Children
9.17: Fulminant Hepatic Failure
9.18: Ascites
9.19: Common Metabolic Liver Disorders
9.20: Acute Pancreatitis
9.21: Chronic Pancreatitis
9.22: Pediatric Liver Transplantation
10.1: The Kidney: Structure and Function
10.2: Diagnostic Evaluation of Kidney and Urinary Tract
10.3: Developmental Anomalies
10.4: Glomerulonephritis
10.5: Renal Vasculitis and Lupus Nephritis
10.6: Acute Kidney Injury
10.7: Nephrotic Syndrome
10.8: Urinary Tract Infection, Vesicoureteric Reflux, and Reflux Nephropathy
10.9: Disorders of Micturition and Obstructive Uropathy
10.10: Chronic Kidney Disease and Renal Replacement Therapies
10.11: Renal Tubular Diseases
10.12: Asymptomatic Hematuria
10.13: Nephrolithiasis
10.14: Hypertension
11.1: An Approach to Anemia in the Newborn
11.2: An Approach to Diagnosis of Anemia in Children
11.3: Nutritional Anemias in Infancy and Childhood
11.4: Bone Marrow Failure Syndrome
11.5: Thalassemia Syndromes
11.6: Sickle Cell Disease
11.7: Red Cell Membrane Disorders
11.8: Red Cell Enzymopathies
11.9: Autoimmune Hemolytic Anemia
11.10: Coagulation Disorders and Hemophilia
11.11: Platelet and Vascular Disorders
11.12: Evaluation of a Child with Thrombosis
11.13: Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
11.14: Transfusion Medicine and Component Therapy
12.1: Malignancies in Children: An Introduction
12.2: Leukemia
12.3: Lymphoma
12.4: Wilms Tumor
12.5: Neuroblastoma
12.6: Retinoblastoma
12.7: Soft Tissue Sarcoma
12.8: Pediatric Bone Marrow Transplantation
12.9: Late Effects of Treatments in Survivors of Childhood Cancers
13.1: Disorders of Growth
13.2: Disorders of Pituitary
13.3: Obesity
13.4: Disorders of Puberty
13.5: Disorders of Thyroid Gland
13.6: Mineral Metabolism and Disorders of Parathyroid Glands
13.7: Metabolic Rickets and Disorders of Bone Fragility
13.8: Disorders of Adrenal Glands
13.9: Disorders of Adrenocortical Biosynthesis
13.10: Disorders of Sex Development
13.11: Diabetes Mellitus
14.1: Basic Genetics
14.2: Clinical Dysmorphology
14.3: Common Genetic Disorders
14.4: Genetic Metabolic Disorders
15.1: Why Adolescent Care Counseling?
15.2: Family Life Education
15.3: Adolescent Nutrition
15.4: Adolescent Counseling
15.5: Adolescent Mental Health
15.6: Adolescent Sexuality
15.7: Common Health Problems in Adolescents
15.8: Adolescent Gynecology
15.9: Adolescent-Friendly School Initiatives
16.1: Approach to a Child with Arthritis
16.2: Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis
16.3: Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
16.4: Approach to Vasculitis
16.5: Kawasaki Disease
16.6: Other Rheumatological Disorders
16.7: Allergic Disorders
17.1: NICU and PICU Set-up in Tertiary Care Hospitals
17.2: Common Poisonings in Childhood
17.3: Foreign Body
17.4: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
17.5: Shock
17.6: Respiratory Failure
17.7: Fluids, Electrolytes and Acid-base Disorders
17.8: Assisted Ventilation
17.9: Monitoring in the Pediatric Intensive Care Unit
17.10: Neurocritical Care
17.11: Transport of Critically Ill Child
18.1: Common Behavioral Problems
18.2: Common Surgical Problems
18.3: Common Orthopedic Conditions
18.4: Common Eye Problems
18.5: Common Problems of Ear, Nose and Throat
18.6: Common Skin Diseases
18.7: Common Dental Problems
18.8: Pediatric Radiology
18.9: Environment and Child Health
19.1: Vital Statistics
19.2: Indicators of Child Health
19.3: Primary Health, National Health Policy 2017, and Child Health
19.4: Integrated Management of Neonatal and Childhood Illnesses
19.5: National Health Mission
19.6: National Health Programs Related to Child Health
19.7: Rights of the Child
19.8: Art of Parenting
19.9: Child Abuse and Neglect
19.10: Sexual Abuse and POCSO Act
19.11: Child Labor
19.12: Adoption and Care of Orphans
19.13: Prevention and Control of Injuries
20.1: Common Procedures in Pediatric Practice
20.2: Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
21.1: Basics of Pediatric Therapeutics
21.2: Adverse Drug Reactions, Drug Interactions, and Therapeutic Drug Monitoring
21.3: Antiviral Agents
21.4: Antifungal Therapy
21.5: Rational Drug Therapy
21.6: Drugs Licensed for Use in Neonates, Children, and Adolescents
21.7: Safe Injection Practices