Reviews and Reader Comments on the 7th Edition of NEONATOLOGY
AMAZON READER COMMENTS ON THE 7th EDITION
“This is a great resource for medical professionals also starting in the NICU. It provides a handy section about on call problems for easy reference. I've bought several NICU books and this one is the most helpful”.
“Awesome reference book! I use it everyday for my NNP clinicals and I know that it will come in handy once I graduate! Definitely recommend for anyone going into an advanced practice degree in neonatology”.
“This text is a great resource for all, but especially for my Neonatal nurse practitioner students. Because it is written from the bases of a clinical symptom or sign it is very clear how to formulate differential diagnosis. The Differential lists are comprehensive and very well outlined. Love this text!”
“Great reference for the iPad. I am currently in the NICU and this publication has helped me survive my time on the service. Very easy to navigate as well.”
“This book is a must have for any neonatal nurse practitioner student! I am constantly going to this book for answers. I feel like it provides the best organization and breakdown of anything you need to know nicu related!”
“Great reference book for our NICU. We are adding to our library in the unit and this was a must to have. Quick reference and easy to follow.”
“This book is an excellent reference for students and professionals. I bought this for my nursing school capstone experience in a NICU. It's very detailed, but light enough to actually carry back and forth every day. Several of the doctors I worked with borrowed it from me and loved it so much they immediately ordered a copy for themselves to keep in the NICU.”
“This neo book by Gomella is awesome. I had the 5th and 6th editions that somehow walked out of my office. These books are very informative and help nurses study for their national certification.”
“Conceptually sound with great explanations of clinical but also basic pathophysiology much of which applies and assists understanding of pediatrics even beyond the neonatal period!”
“Must have book ... I've read Cloherty multiple times...but sometimes I feel there something missing. This book fills that void”.
“We issue this book to our 3rd year medical students in their Pediatric clerkship as required reading. Our residents use it as well.”
“I've had a few copies of this book and other editions my favorite go to book, especially when I'm teaching it is a quick reference. Have used this reference book for years. It continues to deliver up-to-date information. Thankful now that it is on Kindle reader.”
“A "standard of care" book that all medical practitioners who work with neonates should have and read.”
“Great reference... my grand nephew was born at 28 weeks, so I appreciated the clear explanations.
“If I could give more stars for this book. I would!!! Great Book!!!”
“The Best of the Neonatal handbooks.”
Reviews of previous editions
4 STAR DOODY'S REVIEW!
"This is the sixth edition of this now tested quick reference guide which has become the preferred pocket reference for students and residents working in newborn medicine....The section of on-call problems, unique to this type of manual, reviews over 30 problems that might confront on-call physicians at night or on weekends....This is the best of the softcover, quick reference guides in neonatology....It is updated frequently and each edition becomes more comprehensive without becoming unwieldy....This one is the best of the general handbooks especially as an on-call reference."--Doody's Review Service
"I really thought I was done with this book when I was done with residency but now that I am in my general pediatrics practice I have found this book to be very useful for quick help in our level 2 nursery. Very good at helping determine that next step of evaluation and treatment"
"I've owned every edition of this excellent resource and all have served me very well as a pediatrician covering a newborn nursery. This one does not disappoint. It is perfect for handling those babies when you know that something's just not right."
"This was the book that first brought students and residents the idea of the "On Call Problem" as a teaching guide and patient management tool. It continues to set the standard for one of the most useful sections in any pediatric or neonatology manual".
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