Tropical Pediatrics: A Public Health Concern of International Proportions
Tropical medicine is a branch of medicine focusing on disorders usually found in subtropical and tropical areas of the world. Tropical paediatrics is a branch of tropical medicine focusing on children in these areas. The current process of global warming and the widespread issue of international travel are bringing these conditions to many places of the globe. This book highlights selective concepts of tropical paediatrics that are of importance to clinicians caring for children and adolescents.
Child and adolescent health, tropical medicine, pediatrics
International Public Health | Pediatrics
Citation for published book
Roach, Richard R, Donald E. Greydanus, Dilip R. Patel, Douglas N. Homnick, and Joav Merrick. Tropical Pediatrics: A Public Health Concern of International Proportions. New York: Nova Biomedical, 2012. Print.
Roach, Richard R.; Greydanus, Donald E.; Patel, Dilip R.; Homnick, Douglas N.; and Merrick, Joav, "Tropical Pediatrics: A Public Health Concern of International Proportions" (2012). All Books and Monographs by WMU Authors. 275.