Pediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines & Policies

A Compendium of Evidence-based Research for Pediatric Practice

Pediatric Clinical Practice Guidelines & Policies
  • 13th Ed.
  • 2013
  • American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)
  • © 2013 American Academy of Pediatrics
  • 1581107668 / 9781581107661
  • Pediatrics, Family Practice, Evidence-based Research


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Selected as a Doody's Core Title for 2013!

Keep up with current practice guidelines and policies with the latest, most up-to-date edition of this clinical reference classic. This evidence-based decision-making tool for managing common pediatric conditions has been revised and updated for 2013, with the latest clinical practice guidelines for more than 30 conditions, plus every AAP policy statement, clinical report, and technical report through December 2012.

Updated and expanded for 2013:

• New Sleep Apnea clinical practice guideline
• Full text of more than 60 new or revised AAP policies
• Contents from the CD-ROM is included with the electronic version. Content includes the full text of more than 400 AAP clinical practice guidelines, policy statements, clinical reports, and technical reports.
• More than 30 clinical practice guidelines including new Sleep Apnea guideline, as well as ADHD, bronchiolitis, dysplasia of the hip, gastroenteritis, otitis media, urinary tract infection, and more.
• 2013 immunization schedule


Doody's Reviews

Score/Specialty: 2.73 Health Sciences - Pediatrics & 1.6 Nursing - Pediatrics
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Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials

"With their easy access to all current pediatric practice guidelines and policies, this manual is an indispensable additions to any pediatric library. Pediatric practitioners and managers at all levels will refer often to the manual to ensure that their practice keeps up to date with the latest patient care recommendations from AAP."

-- Lois Gesn, MD (Ochsner Health Center - Baton Rouge) Doody's Review - previous edition



Pediatric practitioners looking for guidance on managing common conditions in their patients are the intended audience. Readers are reminded that the guidelines reflect known positive outcomes from evidence-based care, but are not intended as the standard of care. Management-level personnel will find the book useful for establishing quality-proven policies for hospital or clinic-based pediatric practices.


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