By Richard D. Krugman, Jill E. Korbin
The ebook sequence, “Child Maltreatment: modern concerns in study and Policy.” will encompass a cutting-edge instruction manual (to be revised each 5 years) and to 3 volumes in line with yr. the 1st quantity during this sequence is a legacy to C. Henry Kempe. this can be a well timed book simply because 2012 marks 50 years after the looks of the foundational article via C. Henry Kempe and his colleagues, “The Battered-Child Syndrome.” This quantity capitalizes in this 50 12 months anniversary to face again and investigate the sector from the point of view that Dr. Kempe’s early contributions and ideas are nonetheless being performed out in perform and coverage this present day. the quantity can be published on the subsequent ISPCAN assembly, additionally in 2012.
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Hopefully, better understanding of the mechanisms involved in the control and release of aggressive impulses will aid in the earlier diagnosis, prevention of attack, and treatment of parents, as well as give us better ability to predict the likelihood of further attack in the future. At present, there is no safe remedy in the situation except the separation of battered children from their insufficiently protective parents. Techniques of Evaluation A physician needs to have a high initial level of suspicion of the diagnosis of the battered-child syndrome in instances of subdural hematoma, multiple unexplained fractures at different stages of healing, failure to thrive, when soft tissue swellings or skin bruising are present, or in any other situation where the degree and type of injury is at variance with the history given regarding its occurrence or in any child who dies suddenly.
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C. Henry Kempe: A 50 Year Legacy to the Field of Child Abuse and Neglect by Richard D. Krugman, Jill E. Korbin