Medical, Ramesh Sachdeva

The Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics

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Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics
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Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva, the associate executive director of the American Academy of Pediatrics, is a highly educated medical administrator. He completed medical school at the Armed Forces Medical College in Pune, India, and he also holds a master of science in biostatistics from the Medical College of Wisconsin, an MBA from the University of Houston, a juris doctor from Marquette University, a doctor of epidemiology from the University of Texas, and a doctor of business administration from the University of Strathclyde. Drawing on his considerable knowledge and skill, Dr. Ramesh Sachdeva wrote the second chapter of the 2014 edition of the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics.

In addition to Dr. Sachdeva’s chapter, “Quality and Safety in Healthcare for Children,” the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics contains valuable information on topics ranging from child and adolescent psychology to childhood metabolic diseases and general nutrition. This handy reference book is designed to help physicians quickly and easily identify clinical conditions and relevant treatments.

The Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics has provided pediatric care solutions to physicians for more than 75 years. Elsevier Publishing released the most recent edition of this trusted resource as a two-volume set in 2015. Together, these volumes contain nearly 4,000 pages of essential information. The latest edition of the Nelson Textbook of Pediatrics also comes with access to a wealth of exclusive content on the Internet.

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