|Ethics in Child Health: Principles and Cases in Neurodisability
Peter L. Rosenbaum, Gabriel M. Ronen, Bernard Dan, Jennifer Johannesen, and Eric Racine
October 2016 · $65.95 ($49.46 for AACPDM Members) · Hardcover · 397 pages
Ethics in Child Health explores the ethical dimensions of these issues that have either been ignored or not recognised. Each chapter is built around a scenario familiar to clinicians and is discussed with respect to how ethical principles can be utilised to inform decision-making.
Complex CP: Care and Management
Laurie Glader, Richard Stevenson
September 2018 - $45.00 - Paperback - 244 pages
Children with complex cerebral palsy (GMFCS levels IV and V) are at risk of a wide variety of complications. They often require skilled management and extensive expertise which can be overwhelming or intimidating for many clinical practitioners. This book shows how to manage many of the medical comorbidities these children encounter. These include orthopedic assessment, mobility and equipment needs, cognition and sensory impairment, challenging behavior, seizures and sexuality, among many others. Summary Points at the end of each chapter provide at-a-glance access to the key recommendation of that chapter. While aimed at the practicing physician and developmental and neurodevelopmental pediatricians, this volume will also be useful for therapists, dieticians, nurses, psychologists, educators, social workers, and trainees across multiple disciplines as well as parents/families of children and youth with complex CP.
Diseases of the Nervous System in Childhood, 4th edn
Alexis Arzimanoglou, Anne O' Hare, Michael Johnston, Robert A. Ouvrier
April 2018 - $250.00 - Hardcover - 929 pages
This classic text on paediatric neurology is now in its 4th edition. Leading academics from around the world present evidence from their various areas of expertise, placing it firmly in the clinical context. Each chapter covers the basic science of the disorder and relevant genetic advances. New to this edition are chapters on fetal neurology, movement disorders, basal ganglia disease and psychogenic disorders. References at the end of each chapter are thorough, guiding the clinician to relevant further reading.
January 2018 - $90.00 - Hardcover - 240 pages
Among the vast body of literature that has grown around Rett syndrome, this volume is the first to be aimed at both clinicians and researchers. It presents a comprehensive overview of the disorder and examines the areas where gaps in knowledge are most significant. Rett Syndrome is intended to be a guide for both initial examination and in-depth study of the disorder. It is a practical text for the physician approaching the disorder for the first time and a valuable reference resource for the specialist or researcher.
Measuring Walking: A handbook of clinical gait analysis
Richard W. Baker
May 2017 - $87.95 - Paperback - 246 pages
This book is a practical guide to instrumented clinical gait analysis covering all aspects of routine service provision. It reinforces what is coming to be regarded as the conventional approach to clinical gait analysis. Data capture, processing and biomechanical interpretation are all described with an emphasis on ensuring high quality results. There are also chapters on how to set up and maintain clinical gait analysis services and laboratories.
The book aims to describe the theoretical basis of gait analysis in conceptual terms. It then builds on this to give practical advice on how to perform the full spectrum of tasks that comprise contemporary clinical gait analysis.
Management of ADHD in Children and Young people
March 2017 - 50.00 - Paperback - 275 pages
This book is an accessible and practical guide on all aspects of assessment of children and young people with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) and how they can be managed successfully. The multi-professional team of authors discusses referral, assessment and diagnosis, psychological management, pharmacological management, and co-existing conditions, as well as ADHD in the school setting. New research on girls with ADHD is also featured. Case scenarios are included that bring these topics to life. Neurodisability and community paediatricians, child and adolescent psychiatrists, specialist nurses, psychologists, and education professionals as well as parents and carers will find this an essential resource.
The Epilepsy-Aphasia Spectrum: From Landau-Kleffner syndrome to Rolandic Epilepsy
Thierry Deonna, Eliane Roulet-Perez
January 2017 - $75.00 - Hardcover - 200 pages
Landau-Kleffner syndrome (LKS) is a rare childhood neurological syndrome. It is characterised by a sudden or gradual loss of ability to understand of express language (aphasia) and usually occurs in children between the ages of 3 and 7 years. Rolandic epilepsy is the most common epilepsy syndrome in childhood with involvement of the oropharyngeal manifestations, hypersalivation and arrest of speech. These two syndromes are considered to be aspects of the ‘epilepsy-aphasia spectrum’ with common rolandic epilepsy being the mildest form and LKS the most severe.
Neuroendocrine Disorders in Children
Mehul Dattani, Peter Hindmarsh, Lucinda Carr, Iain Robinson
November 2016 - $120.00 - Hardcover - 422 pages
Impairments in the interaction between the central nervous system and the endocrine system can lead to a number of disorders in children. These include type 1 diabetes, growth disorders, adrenal thyroid and pituitary problems, Addison’s disease and Cushing syndrome, among others.
Neuroendocrine Disorders in Children provides a comprehensive examination of paediatric and adolescent disorders focusing on the basic science and its clinical relevance. Complex issues are discussed in an easy-to-follow manner and the latest developments in the area are reviewed.
Neonatal Seizures: Current management and future challenges
July 2016 - $65.00 - Paperback - 214 pages
A better understanding of neural activity and the development of cortical connections and networks is an important requirement for evaluating the cause and treatment of neonatal seizures. There have been many advances in the management of neonatal seizures such as increased use of EEGs, therapeutic hypothermia for HIE and exome sequencing, to name a few. Neonatal Seizures, Current Management, Future Challenges distils what is known about these advances into one scholarly yet practical text.
Developmental Assessment: Theory, Practice and Application to Neurodisability
Patricia M. Sonksen
May 2016 - $65.00 - Paperback - 384 pages
This handbook presents a new, practical and logical way of assessing development in preschool children that can be applied across the developmental spectrum. The reader is taught how to confirm whether development is typical and if it is not, is signposted to the likely nature and severity of impairments with a plan of action. The author uses numerous case vignettes from her 40 years’ experience to bring to life her approach with clear summary key points and helpful illustrations.
Placenta and Neurodisability, 2nd edition
Ian Crocker, Martin Bax
March 2016 - $80.00 - Hardcover - 176 pages
This comprehensive and authoritative book discusses the critical role of the utero-placenta in neurodisability, both at term and preterm. It examines aspects of fetal compromise and possible cerebro-protective interventions, recent evidence on fetal growth and mental illness, as well as cerebro-therapeutics. Throughout the book, information from the basic sciences placed within the clinical context.
Tics and Tourette Syndrome: Key Clinical Perspectives
April 2015 - $90.00 - Paperback - 304 pages
Unlike much of the literature on Tourette syndrome disorders, this book moves away from focusing on the tics and acknowledges that sometimes it is the disorder, such as ADHD, DCD, and OCD, that is the most pressing problem. Roger Freeman, considered a world expert in developmental neurology, shares his vast experience on tic disorders in an informal but highly informative style. He discusses recent advances in the identification and management of tic disorders that many clinicians may be unfamiliar with. Multiple illustrative case histories address many of the mistaken assumptions about tics that are made in everyday clinical practice. Extensive reference lists provide a rich resource for the both the clinician and the researcher. Paediatricians working in neurodisability and child development, child and adolescent psychiatrists and psychologist, neurologists and other health professionals who manage patients with tic disorders will find this book an excellent resource.
Down Syndrome: Current Perspectives
Richard W Newton, Liz Marder, Shiela C Puri.
April 2015 · $150 · Hardcover · 288 pages
This book provides doctors and other health professionals with the information they need to address the challenges that can present in the management of syndrome.
Spinal Cord Injury in the Child and Young Adult
Lawrence C. Vogel, Kathy Zebracki, Randal R. Betz, M. J. Mulcahey
January 2015 - $206.50 - Hardcover - 314 pages
As compared to adult-onset spinal cord injury (SCI), individuals with childhood-onset SCI are unique in several ways. First, as a result of their younger age at injury and longer lifespan, individuals with pediatric-onset SCI are particularly susceptible to long-term complications related to a sedentary lifestyle, such as cardiovascular disease, and overuse syndromes, such as upper extremity pain. Second, they experience complications, such as scoliosis and hip dysplasia, which may affect them both during childhood and as adults.
Persons with pediatric-onset SCI also have unique developmental needs. They experience the typical ongoing challenges of each developmental stage (e.g., childhood, adolescence) as well as changes owing to their SCI. Finally, individuals with pediatric-onset SCI face health system discontinuities, such as the transition from pediatric medical care to adult care and the transition from parent-controlled health care to self-management. This book is intended for clinicians of all disciplines who may only occasionally care for youth with SCI to those who specialize in SCI as well as clinical and basic researchers in the SCI field. Topics covered include new developments in pediatric SCI research, current standards for optimal care, areas lacking scientific evidence, and recommendations for clinical practice and future research.
Cerebral Palsy: Science and Clinical Practice
Bernard Dan, Margaret Mayston, Nigel Paneth, Lewis Rosenbloom
October 2014 · $299.95 · Hardcover · 648 pages
An international team of experts provides clinicians and researchers with key information on the mechanisms underlying impairments in movement, development, cognition, communication, vision, feeding, behaviour, sexuality, and musculoskeletal deformities.
Cognition and Behaviour in Childhood Epilepsy
July 2014 - $65.00 - Hardcover - 192 pages
For many parents, cognitive and behavioral comorbidities, such as ADHD, autism and intellectual disability, are the real burden of childhood epilepsy. This title offers concrete guidance and treatment strategies for childhood epilepsy in general, and for the comorbidities associated with each epilepsy syndrome and their pathophysiology. The book is written by experts in the field with an important clinical experience, while chapters by clinical neuropsychologists provide a strong theoretical background.
Central Nervous System Infections in Childhood
Pratibha Singhi, Diane E. Griffin, Charles R. Newton
July 2014 - $164.95 - Hardcover - 390 pages
This title has been developed with the International Child Neurology Association to provide information on all common CNS infections. It covers almost all CNS infections commonly seen in children across the world including those in developed and resource poor countries. It provides concise, state of the art overview of viral, bacterial, tubercular, fungal, parasitic and many other infections of the CNS. In addition involvement of the CNS secondary to other infections or vaccines has also been briefly covered. A chapter on Principles of Management of CNS Infections provides a practical and pragmatic approach to management of CNS infections in general. A chapter on ‘Neuroimaging of CNS Infections’ and ‘A brief account of Febrile Seizures in Children’ is included.
Gross Motor Function Measure (GMFM-66 and GMFM-88) User's Manual, 2nd Edition
Dianne J Russell, Peter L Rosenbaum, Marilyn Wright, Lisa M Avery.
September 2013 · $120 · Spiral bound paperback · 304 pages
The GMFM has become the best evaluative measure of motor function designed for quantifying change in the gross motor abilities of children with cerebral palsy. The new version of the scoring program has now been released, and includes two abbreviated methods of estimating GMFM-66 scores using the GMFM-66-Item sets and the GMFM-66-Basal & Ceiling.
Childhood Headache, 2nd Edition
July 2013 · $160 · Hardcover · 352 pages
This book is a comprehensive source of knowledge and guidance to practising clinicians looking after children with headache which includes many clinical examples to illustrate the difficulties in diagnosis or options for treatment. It is also a resource for researchers who are looking for a full analysis of the published studies.
Disorders of the Spinal Cord in Children
July 2013 · $176 · Hardcover · 264 pages
This book covers the range of pediatric spinal cord disease, its clinical assessment, appropriate investigation, its medical and neurosurgical management and neuro-rehabilitation.
Typical and Atypical Motor Development
David A Sugden, Michael G Wade.
April 2013 · $242 · Hardcover · 396 pages
This book covers motor development and motor impairment, drawing on sources in medicine and health-related studies, motor learning and developmental psychology.
Principles and Practice of Child Neurology in Infancy
January 2013 - $49.50 - Paperback - 384 pages
This handbook of neurological practice in infants is designed to be of practical use to all clinicians, but particularly those in under-resourced locations. Seventy per cent of children with disabilities live in resource-poor countries and most of these children have neurological impairments. This book presents recommendations for investigations and treatments based on internationally accepted good practice that can be implemented in most settings. The book is divided into two parts: Principles and Clinical settings, with the latter taking a symptom-based approach. The contributors have approached their chapters using an accessible, didactic style and consistent organization of material. The emphasis throughout is on clinical methods, the use of appropriate investigations and treatments, and the avoidance of unnecessary or potentially harmful interventions. For quick reference, all chapters feature boxes highlighting key messages, common errors, and when to worry. The book is designed to be carried round as a handy reference.
Acquired Brain Injury in the Fetus and Newborn
Michael Shevell and Steven Miller
December 2012 - $200.95 - Hardcover - 330 pages
The editors take a pragmatic approach, focusing on specific populations encountered regularly by the clinician. They begin by addressing aspects of fetal neurology and the interpretation of fetal imaging studies. They then follow a “bench to bedside” approach to acquired brain injury in the preterm and term newborn infant in the next chapters. The contributors, all internationally recognized clinician scientists, provide the clinician reader with a state-of-the art review in their area of expertise. The final section of the book address special populations and concerns, areas that are largely overlooked in existing neurology textbooks. Each of these areas has seen considerable advances in the last five years and is of increasing relevance to the neurologist and neonatologist clinician. The comprehensive nature of each section (from basic science to acute clinical care to outcomes) should appeal broadly to scientists and allied health professionals working in neonatal neurology.
Measures for Children with Developmental Disability framed by the ICF-CY
October 2012 · $243.00 · Hardcover · 552 pages
Presents and reviews outcome measures across a wide range of attributes that are applicable to children and youth with developmental disabilities.
Cerebral Palsy: From Diagnosis to Adult Life
Peter L. Rosenbaum, Lewis Rosenbloom
August 2012 · $52.00 · Paperback · 224 pages
The book has been designed to provide readers with an understanding of cerebral palsy (CP) as a developmental as well as a neurological condition. It details the nature of CP, its causes and its clinical manifestations.
Fetal Behaviour: A Neurodevelopmental Approach
Christa Einspieler, Daniela Prayer, Heinz F.R. Prechtl
April 2012 · $109.95 · Hardcover · 212 pages
Fetal behaviour and movements not only give an insight into the developing brain, as an expression of neural activity, but are also necessary for the further development of neural structure and of other organs. This book presents an account of our current understanding of fetal behaviour as obtained through the assessment of fetal movements and behavioural states. The approach is based on the premises of developmental neurology, and provides important clues for the recognition of the age-specific functional repertoire of the nervous system. The companion DVD contains 26 movies using both ultrasound and dynamic MRI to illustrate the text.
The Developing Human Brain: Growth and Adversities
Floyd Harry Gilles, Marvin D. Nelson
March 2012 · $170.50 · Hardcover · 416 pages
This book is about human brain development, focusing on the last half of gestation and the neonatal and infant periods. These periods bring the greatest risk for the acquisition of childhood functional neurologic deficits, including cerebral palsy, developmental delay and intellectual disability.
The Hemiplegia Handbook
Liz Barnes, Charlie Fairhurst
February 2012 · US $39.95 · Paperback · 174 pages
A highly accessible and practically orientated guide to childhood hemiplegia, for the people who are most affected by it - the children and young people themselves, and their parents, families, friends and teachers, as well as the professionals working with them on the management of their condition.
Cerebellar Disorders in Children
Eugen Boltshauser and Jeremy Schmahmann
October 2011 · $200.00 · Hardcover · 456 pages
This clinically orientated text by an international group of experts is the first definitive reference book on disorders of the cerebellum in children. It presents a wealth of practical clinical experience backed up by a strong scientific basis for the information and guidance given.
Stroke and Cerebrovascular Disease in Childhood
Vijeya Ganesan and Fenella Kirkham
April 2011 · $199.95 · Hardcover · 248 pages
The field of stroke and cerebrovascular disease in children is one in which there has been much recent research activity, leading to new clinical perspectives. This book for the first time summarises the state of the art in this field.
Gerald V. Raymond, Florian S. Eichler, Ali Fatemi, and Sakkubai Naidu
March 2011 · $125.00 · Hardcover · 252 pages
This book is the only up-to-date, comprehensive text on leukodystrophies. Its purpose is to summarize for the reader all aspects of the inherited disorders of myelin in children and adults.
Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale, 4th Edition
T. Berry Brazelton and J. Kevin Nugent
July 2011 · $63.95 · Hardcover · 200 pages
The Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale (NBAS) is the most comprehensive examination of newborn behaviour available today and has been used in clinical and research settings around the world for more than 35 years. The scale assesses the newborn's behavioral repertoire with 28 behavioral items and also includes an assessment of the infant's neurological status on 20 items. The NBAS items cover the following domains of neonatal functioning: autonomic regulation; motor organization; state organization and regulation and attention/social interaction.
Alcohol, Drugs and Medication in Pregnancy: The Long Term Outcome for the Child
Philip M. Preece and Edward P. Riley
January 2011 · $95.00 · Hardcover · 256 pages
This book documents the consequences of the exposure of infants to the influence of intrauterine chemicals. In setting out the evidence for these outcomes, the authors demonstrate that decisions about care and management can and should be made as early as possible. This should allow professionals to provide protective management and prevent the delays that are so often seen in this area of medical and social care.
Examination of the Child with Minor Neurological Dysfunction, 3rd Edition
September 2010 · $80.00 · Paperback · 168 pages
This highly practical book brings the examination of minor neurological dysfunction developed by Bert Touwen and his colleagues in Groningen right up to date, which is timely in view of the increasing interest in and use of this approach.The accompanying CD-ROM contains videos illustrating typical and atypical performance and also provides an electronic assessment form.
Visual Impairment in Children due to Damage to the Brain
Gordon Dutton and Martin Bax
September 2010 · $142.00 · Hardcover · 224 pages
This book sets out novel concepts which will be of great practical value to those who care for children with visual impairment due to brain injury. Summaries of the more specialist chapters as well as clear diagrams and a glossary enhance the book's accessibility to a broader readership.
Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy for People with Cerebral Palsy
A Practical Guide from Mac Keith Press
Karen J. Dodd, Christine Imms and Nicholas F. Taylor
March 2010 · $41.99 · Paperback · 256 pages
This clinically relevant resource has been written by therapists for therapists. It takes an innovative problem-based approach to assessment and management, using real-life situations to demonstrate the practical use of the approaches described.
An Atlas of Neonatal Brain Sonography
Paul Govaert and Linda S. de Vries
July 2010 · $240.00 · Hardback · 419 pages
This book is the second edition of the most comprehensive work in the field and includes the many advances in technique and interpretation that have been made in the past decade. The entire spectrum of brain disease as studied with ultrasound is presented in the book, alongside 1000 superb-quality images. It is aimed at neonatatologists and radiologists confronted with everyday clinical questions on the neonatal ward.
Inflammatory and Autoimmune Disorders of the Nervous System in Children
Russell C Dale and Angela Vincent
December 2009 · $218.95 · Hardcover · 448 pages
Autoimmune diseases are a relatively common cause of adult neurological conditions and are often potentially treatable. Inflammatory disorders of the nervous system, although individually uncommon, collectively make up 10-20% of acute paediatric neurology presentations. This book will provide a detailed and comprehensive summary of the childhood diseases that are, or are likely to be, caused by the immune system, highlighting recent and exciting developments in the field.
A Handbook of Neurological Investigations in Children
Mary D. King and John B.P. Stephenson
September 2009 · $73.95 · Paperback · 256 pages
Management and treatment of neurological disorders in children depend on establishing the diagnosis, which usually requires investigations, but the number of possible neurological investigations is now very large indeed, and uncritical investigations may be seriously misleading and costly. This book, based on the authors· vast combined personal experience, gives practical guidance on how to target any specific condition with the minimum of tests. Throughout, vignettes of real cases illustrate the use of the tests in different clinical situations.
The Identification and Treatment of Gait Problems in Cerebral Palsy (2nd edn)
James R Gage, Michael H. Schwartz, Steven E. Koop and Tom F. Novacheck
June 2009 · $209.00 · Hardcover + 2 discs · 660 pages
This is the only book to deal specifically with the treatment of gait problem in cerebral palsy. It has been thoroughly updated since the previous edition, with a greater focus on treatment and several entirely new topics covered, including chapters on the operative treatment of orthopaedic deformities. Two discs accompany the book: a DVD containing a teaching video on normal gait, and a C-ROM containing the videos and motion analysis data of the case studies, as well as teaching videos of many of the procedures described.
Feeding and Nutrition in Children with Neurodevelopmental Disability
Peter B. Sullivan
May 2009 · $43.00 · Paperback · 196 pages
This book is for those who have responsibility for the nutritional and gastrointestinal care of children with neurodisability, providing an up-to-date account of the practicalities of assessment and management of feeding problems in these children. The emphasis throughout is on the importance of multidisciplinary care: it is written from a multidisciplinary perspective by a group of authors with considerable clinical and research experience in this area.
Neurodevelopmental Disabilities: Clinical and Scientific Foundations (International Reviews in Child Neurology)
May 2009 · $125.95 · Paperback · 504 pages
This book takes a comprehensive approach to addressing neurodevelopmental disabilities in childhood. In particular, it focuses on the two most common childhood neurodevelopmental disabilities: global developmental delay and developmental language impairment. The book·s focus on both clinical and scientific aspects is invaluable; it also provides extensive information in a single source relating to often-overlooked areas such as medical management, rehabilitation, public policy, and ethics.
Developmental Disability and Ageing
Gregory O'Brien and Lewis Rosenbloom
January 2009 · $36.95 · Paperback · 144 pages
This practical guide is aimed at clinicians and others engaged in caring for ageing adults with developmental disabilities. It will inform understanding, promote assessment, assist in care planning, and especially improve everyday living for this needy but sadly often neglected group of vulnerable individuals.
Disabled Children Living Away from Home in Foster Care and Residential Settings
January 2009 · $36.95 · Paperback · 144 pages
This book addresses the key issues that arise when disabled children move from the family home to new accommodation. It provides insights into the difficulties that they face and looks at how standards of care might be improved. It also makes suggestions about how professionals might work more effectively with each other and with the children's care-givers.
Improving Hand Function in Children with Cerebral Palsy
Ann-Christin Eliasson and Patricia A. Burtner
September 2008 · $158.00 · Hardcover · 480 pages
Over the last two decades there have been major advances in the understanding of hand function. Particularly in children with cerebral palsy, assessment of hand function has become more exact and the range of possible interventions has expanded. Linking different fields of knowledge, this book highlights new perspectives and provides the best evidence for different types of intervention.
May 2008 · $150.00 · Paperback · 256 pages
The diagnosis of Angelman syndrome has important implications for both medical management and counseling. Despite its severity and typical presentation, however, many physicians remain unfamiliar with the condition, first described by Harry Angelman in 1965. This comprehensive guide to the clinical management and basic science of Angelman syndrome will be of value to clinicians and researchers as well as parents and relatives.
Neurological Assessment in the First Two Years of Life
Giovanni Cioni and Eugenio Mercuri
January 2008 · $158.00 · Hardcover · 256 pages
This book reviews the state of the art of neurological assessment in the first two years of life and identifies the most appropriate instruments for the follow-up of newborn children at risk of developing neurological abnormalities. It presents the various methods used, emphasizing how a combined approach of clinical and instrumental investigations can provide important diagnostic and prognostic information.