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Maternal-child nursing / Emily Slone McKinney ... [et al.].

Contributor(s): McKinney, Emily Slone.
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Elsevier Saunders, c2005Edition: 2nd ed.Description: xxx, 1680 p. : ill. (chiefly col.) ; 29 cm. + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.).ISBN: 9780721606996; 0721606997.Subject(s): Maternity nursing | Pediatric nursingDDC classification: 618.2/0231
Contents:
Introduction to maternal-child health nursing. Foundations of maternity and child health nursing ; The nurse's role in maternity and pediatric nursing ; The childbearing and child-rearing family ; Health promotion for the developing child ; Health promotion for the infant ; Health promotion during early childhood ; Health promotion for the school-age child ; Health promotion for the adolescent ; Heredity and environmental influences on development -- Maternity nursing are. Management of fertility and infertility ; Reproductive anatomy and physiology ; Conception and prenatal development ; Physiologic adaptations to pregnancy ; Psychosocial adaptations to pregnancy ; Nutrition for childbearing ; Prenatal diagnostic tests ; Giving birth ; Intrapartum fetal surveillance ; Pain management for childbirth ; Nursing care during obstetric procedures ; Postpartum adaptations ; The normal newborn : adaptation and assessment ; The normal newborn : nursing care ; Newborn feeding ; The childbearing family with special needs ; The pregnant woman with complications ; The woman with an intrapartum complication ; The woman with a postpartum complication ; The high-risk newborn : problems related to gestational age and development ; The high-risk newborn : acquired and congenital conditions ; Women's health care -- Pediatric nursing care. Communicating with children and families ; Physical assessment of children ; Emergency care of the child ; The ill child in the hospital and other care settings ; The child with a chronic condition or terminal illness ; Principles and procedures for nursing care of children ; Medicating infants and children ; Pain management for children ; The child with an infectious disease ; The child with an immunologic alteration ; The child with a fluid and electrolyte alteration ; The child with a gastrointestinal alteration ; The child with a genitourinary alteration ; The child with a respiratory alteration ; The child with a cardiovascular alteration ; The child with a hematologic alteration ; The child with cancer ; The child with an integumentary alteration ; The child with a musculoskeletal alteration ; The child with an endocrine or metabolic alteration ; The child with a neurologic alteration ; The child with a psychosocial disorder ; The child with a cognitive impairment ; the child with a sensory alteration.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.

System requirements for accompanying CD-ROM: Windows 98, Windows 2000, Windows ME, or Windows XP ; Macintosh OS version 10.1.5, 10.2.6, and 10.3.

Introduction to maternal-child health nursing. Foundations of maternity and child health nursing ; The nurse's role in maternity and pediatric nursing ; The childbearing and child-rearing family ; Health promotion for the developing child ; Health promotion for the infant ; Health promotion during early childhood ; Health promotion for the school-age child ; Health promotion for the adolescent ; Heredity and environmental influences on development -- Maternity nursing are. Management of fertility and infertility ; Reproductive anatomy and physiology ; Conception and prenatal development ; Physiologic adaptations to pregnancy ; Psychosocial adaptations to pregnancy ; Nutrition for childbearing ; Prenatal diagnostic tests ; Giving birth ; Intrapartum fetal surveillance ; Pain management for childbirth ; Nursing care during obstetric procedures ; Postpartum adaptations ; The normal newborn : adaptation and assessment ; The normal newborn : nursing care ; Newborn feeding ; The childbearing family with special needs ; The pregnant woman with complications ; The woman with an intrapartum complication ; The woman with a postpartum complication ; The high-risk newborn : problems related to gestational age and development ; The high-risk newborn : acquired and congenital conditions ; Women's health care -- Pediatric nursing care. Communicating with children and families ; Physical assessment of children ; Emergency care of the child ; The ill child in the hospital and other care settings ; The child with a chronic condition or terminal illness ; Principles and procedures for nursing care of children ; Medicating infants and children ; Pain management for children ; The child with an infectious disease ; The child with an immunologic alteration ; The child with a fluid and electrolyte alteration ; The child with a gastrointestinal alteration ; The child with a genitourinary alteration ; The child with a respiratory alteration ; The child with a cardiovascular alteration ; The child with a hematologic alteration ; The child with cancer ; The child with an integumentary alteration ; The child with a musculoskeletal alteration ; The child with an endocrine or metabolic alteration ; The child with a neurologic alteration ; The child with a psychosocial disorder ; The child with a cognitive impairment ; the child with a sensory alteration.

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