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Echocardiography for the Neonatologist, 1e Paperback – 14 Jun 2000
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This book provides a highly practical atlas on the use of echocardiography by the neonatologist in the management of the neonate. Whilst recognising the limitations of the non-specialist in echocardiography, the lavish use of illustrations and practical advice will provide an excellent companion to those being trained in and applying this technique in the special baby care unit.
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The basic informations are v good, although I was very disappointed regarding the re-print quality, it is basically a bad photocopy of the original book, bad & cheap quality of printed material. The worse is the scans & pictures they are just a bad photocopy with no differentiation nor colours for dopplers.
Really it is very disappointing re-print, shame on you amazon.
This defeated the purpose of been able to identify different structures and blood flow patterns in the stills of the scans. I have returned my book and would not recommend anyone buying a copy from Amazon.
In addition, courses to teach neonatologists to utilize these modalities exist in England and Australia, but not in the U.S.; obviously a medico-political turf situation between neonatology, cardiology and radiology exists in the U.S. that is impeding efforts by U.S. neonatologists to acquire these skills.
This text instructs in the fundamentals of echocardiography that are important to the practice of neonatology.