Delmar's maternal-infant nursing care plans / Karla L. Luxner.
By: Luxner, Karla L.Material type: TextPublisher: Australia ; Clifton Park, NY : Delmar Learning, c2005Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xiii, 305 p. : ill. ; 27 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).ISBN: 0766859932 (alk. paper); 9780766859937 (alk. paper).Other title: Maternal-infant nursing care plans.Subject(s): Maternity nursing | Pediatric nursing | Nursing care plansGenre/Form: CD-ROMs.DDC classification: 610.73/678
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 271-272) and index.
Minimum system requirements: Microsoft Windows 98 SE, 2000, XP; Pentium PC 120 MHz or higher; 64 MB RAM or better; 25MB free disk space; CD-ROM drive; Internet connection speed of 56K or better in order to view web links provided in program but is not required; 800 x 600 pixels or better; 16-bit color (thousands of colors) or 24-bit color (millions of colors).
An introduction to the use of nursing care plans -- Unit 1. Pregnancy -- Unit 2. Intrapartum -- Unit 3. Postpartum -- Unit 4. Newborn -- Unit 5. Infant : birth to six weeks -- App. A. Nanda nursing diagnoses.
App. B. Nursing outcomes classifications (NOC) -- App. C. Nursing interventions classifications (NIC).
"Delmar's Maternal-Infant Nursing Care Plans, Second Edition, provides detailed information on caring for clients during pregnancy, labor and delivery, the postpartum period, and the newborn/infant period.
All the information needed to develop specific and effective nursing care plans for clients in the maternal and newborn periods is included. Each care plan presents information to guide users in developing comprehensive individualized nursing care plans based on solid scientific understanding of the physiological, psychological, and social events surrounding childbirth.
Care plans solicit specific client data and prompt the user to individualize the interventions, consider cultural relevance, and evaluate the client's individual response."--Jacket.