Fast Facts for the Pediatric Nurse : An Orientation Guide in a Nutshell
By: Rupert, Diana.
Contributor(s): Young, Kathleen | Diana Rupert Phd, Rn | Kathleen Young Msn, Rn.Material type: TextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Fast Facts: Publisher: New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2014Description: 1 online resource (332 p.).ISBN: 9780826119827.Subject(s): Pediatric nursing -- MethodologyGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Fast Facts for the Pediatric Nurse : An Orientation Guide in a NutshellDDC classification: 610.7362 LOC classification: RJ245 -- .R874 2015ebOnline resources: Click here to view this ebook.
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Cover -- Title -- Copyright -- Contents -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Share Fast Facts for the Pediatric Nurse: An Orientation Guide in a Nutshell -- Part I: Pediatric Principles -- Chapter 1: Tips for Working With Children -- Approach and Communication -- General Overview for Initial Contact with a Pediatric Client -- Summary -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 2: Growth and Development -- Patterns of Growth and Development -- Influences on Growth and Development -- Infant (Birth to 1 Year of Age) -- Toddler (Ages 1 to 3 Years) -- Preschooler (Ages 3 to 5 Years)
School Age (Ages 6 to 12 Years) -- Adolescent (Ages 12 to 20 Years) -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 3: Well Child Care: Immunizations -- Immunizations -- Pneumococcal Vaccines -- Additional Immunization Information -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 4: Well Child Care: Preventive Care and Anticipatory Guidance -- Preventive Well Child Care -- Anticipatory Guidance -- Conclusion -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 5: Physical Exam: Newborn Through Adolescence -- Developmentally Appropriate Approaches to Physical Assessment -- Physical Assessment Sequence
Pain Assessment -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 6: Child Abuse: How and When to Report -- Definition of Abuse -- When to Report -- How to Report -- Anticipatory Guidance: Abuse Risk Factors -- Cultural Issues Related to Child Abuse -- Conclusion -- References and Further Reading -- Part II: Role of the Pediatric Nurse -- Chapter 7: Health Care Delivery in Pediatrics -- Role of the Pediatric Nurse -- Acute Care Setting -- Community Care Setting -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 8: Hospitalization -- Preparing the Child for Hospitalization
Issues Related to Hospitalization Parent/Family -- Pediatric Client -- Considerations of Hospitalization Related to Age -- Nursing Considerations Related to Hospitalization -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 9: Medication Administration and Special Procedures -- Adjusting to Pediatric-Sized Clients -- Pediatric Safe-Dose Calculations -- Dosage Calculation -- Medication Administration -- Nursing Procedures for the Pediatric Population -- References and Further Reading -- Part III: System Review of Common Pediatric Disorders -- Chapter 10: Emotional or Behavioral Disorders
Emotional or Behavioral Disorders -- Conclusion -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 11: Neurologic and Chromosomal Disorders -- Variations in Pediatric Anatomy and Physiology -- Nervous System Disorders -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 12: Skin Disorders -- Congenital Lesions/Birth Marks -- Other Skin Lesions -- Dermatophytoses or Fungal Infections of the Skin -- Conclusion -- References and Further Reading -- Chapter 13: Respiratory Disorders -- Variations in Pediatric Anatomy and Physiology -- Upper Respiratory Tract Disorders -- Etiology -- Diagnoses
Lower Respiratory Tract Disorders
This new addition to the Fast Facts series delivers the core information for orienting novice nurses or nursing students to the challenging field of pediatric nursing. Pocket-sized and formatted for quick access to the knowledge a pediatric nurse needs daily, it is packed with concise information on both disease processes and well child care, and offers the clinical advice that comes from years of experience. A particularly helpful feature is the book's cross-referenced index of frequently used terminology that helps users rapidly access crucial information. Importantly, the guide offe
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