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Broadribb's Introductory Pediatric Nursing,9780781737784

Broadribb's Introductory Pediatric Nursing

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Edition:
6th
ISBN13:

9780781737784

ISBN10:
0781737788
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
1/29/2003
Publisher(s):
LIPPINCOTT WILLIAMS & WILKINS
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Summary

This full-color revision of LPN/LVN level pediatrics text condenses prenatal and newborn coverage and features expanded asthma coverage and care of the well child. The text is organized as follows: chapters on developmental stages (age groups) are followed by chapters covering related and common diseases within each stage/age group. The final unit of the text includes the child with chronic health problems and the dying child. New recurring features include Web activities, pediatric triage checklists, and case studies. Connection Website: connection.LWW.com/go/lpnresources.

Table of Contents

UNIT 1 Foundations of Pediatric and Family Health Care 1(106)
The Nurse's Role in a Changing Child Health Care Environment
3(16)
Changing Concepts in Child Health Care
4(3)
Health of the Child Today
7(3)
The Nurse's Changing Role in Child Health Care
10(1)
The Nursing Process
10(3)
Critical Pathways
13(1)
Documentation
13(1)
Communication
14(5)
The Family and Child
19(13)
The Family as a Social Unit
20(4)
Concepts of Child Development
24(8)
Community-Based Care of the Child
32(10)
Health Care Shift: From Hospital to Community
33(3)
Skills of the Community-Based Nurse
36(3)
The Challenge of Community-Based Nursing
39(3)
Care of the Hospitalized Child
42(17)
The Pediatric Hospital Setting
43(4)
Admission and Discharge Planning
47(2)
The Child Undergoing Surgery
49(4)
The Hospital Play Program
53(3)
Safety
56(3)
Assessment of the Child (Data Collection)
59(18)
Collecting Subjective Data
60(4)
Collecting Objective Data
64(13)
Procedures and Treatments
77(15)
Nurse's Role in Preparation and Follow-Up
78(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Position
79(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Elevated Body Temperature
80(2)
Performing Procedures Related to Feeding and Nutrition
82(2)
Performing Procedures Related to Respiration
84(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Circulation
85(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Elimination
86(1)
Performing Procedures for Specimen Collection
86(2)
Assisting With Procedures Related to Collection of Blood and Spinal Fluid
88(1)
Assisting With Procedures Related to Diagnostic Tests and Studies
89(3)
Medication Administration and IV Therapy
92(15)
Medication Administration
93(8)
Intravenous Therapy
101(6)
UNIT 2 Care of the Newborn 107(62)
The Normal Newborn
109(20)
Physiologic Characteristics of the Newborn
110(8)
Newborn-Parent Behavior
118(1)
Newborn Feeding
119(3)
Teaching the New Parent
122(1)
Family Adjustment
122(7)
Health Problems of the Newborn
129(40)
Congenital Anomalies
130(31)
Nursing Process for the Infant With Cleft Lip and Cleft Palate
132(9)
Nursing Process for the Infant With Myelomeningocele
141(4)
Nursing Process for the Postoperative Infant With Hydrocephalus
145(8)
Nursing Process for the Infant With Congestive Heart Failure
153(4)
Nursing Process for the Infant in an Orthopedic Device or Cast
157(4)
Congenital Disorders
161(8)
UNIT 3 Care of the Child 169(296)
Growth and Development of the Infant: 28 Days to 1 Year
171(19)
Physical Development
172(3)
Psychosocial Development
175(3)
Nutrition
178(4)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
182(5)
The Infant in the Health Care Facility
187(3)
Health Problems of the Infant
190(49)
Special Nursing Considerations
192(1)
Psychological Problems
192(3)
Nursing Process for the Infant With Nonorganic Failure to Thrive
193(2)
Gastrointestinal Disorders
195(16)
Nursing Process for the Nutritionally Deprived Infant
197(3)
Nursing Process for the Infant With Diarrhea and Gastroenteritis
200(5)
Nursing Process for the Infant With Pyloric Stenosis
205(3)
Nursing Process for the Infant Undergoing Surgery for Congenital Megacolon
208(3)
Circulatory System Disorders
211(4)
Nursing Process for the Child With Sickle Cell Crisis
214(1)
Respiratory System Disorders
215(9)
Nursing Process for the Infant With a Respiratory Disorder
219(5)
Genitourinary Disorders
224(2)
Nursing Process for the Child With a Urinary Tract Infection
225(1)
Nervous System Disorders
226(5)
Nursing Process for the Child at Risk for Seizures
227(2)
Nursing Process for the Child With Meningitis
229(2)
Skin And Mucous Membrane Disorders
231(8)
Nursing Process for the Infant/Child With Infantile Eczema
234(5)
Growth and Development of the Toddler: 1 to 3 Years
239(17)
Physical Development
240(2)
Psychosocial Development
242(2)
Nutrition
244(2)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
246(6)
The Toddler in the Health Care Facility
252(4)
Health Problems of the Toddler
256(36)
Psychological Problems
257(1)
Sensory Disorders
258(3)
Gastrointestinal System Disorders
261(1)
Respiratory System Disorders
262(9)
Nursing Process for the Toddler With an Upper Respiratory Disorder
263(4)
Nursing Process for the Child With Cystic Fibrosis
267(4)
Accidents
271(21)
Nursing Process for the Child With a Burn
283(9)
Growth and Development of the Preschool Child: 3 to 6 Years
292(14)
Physical Development
293(1)
Psychosocial Development
293(6)
Nutrition
299(1)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
300(2)
The Hospitalized Preschooler
302(4)
Health Problems of the Preschool Child
306(39)
Communicable Diseases
307(1)
Sensory Disorders
307(9)
Central Nervous System Disorders
316(10)
Nursing Process for the Child With Cognitive Impairment
322(4)
Respiratory System Disorders
326(3)
Nursing Process for the Child Having a Tonsillectomy
327(2)
Blood Disorders
329(8)
Nursing Process for the Child With Leukemia
330(4)
Nursing Process for the Child With Hemophilia
334(3)
Genitourinary System Disorders
337(8)
Nursing Process for the Child With Nephrotic Syndrome
338(7)
Growth and Development of the School-Age Child: 6 to 10 Years
345(16)
Physical Development
346(1)
Psychosocial Development
347(3)
Nutrition
350(1)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
351(4)
The School-Age Child in the Health Care Facility
355(6)
Health Problems of the School-Age Child
361(52)
Behavioral Problems
362(1)
Central Nervous System Disorders
362(5)
Allergic Reactions
367(8)
Nursing Process for the Child With Asthma
370(5)
Gastrointestinal System Disorders
375(3)
Nursing Process for the Child With Appendicitis
375(3)
Disorders of Elimination
378(1)
Cardiovascular System Disorders
379(4)
Nursing Process for the Child With Rheumatic Fever
381(2)
Endocrine System Disorders
383(9)
Nursing Process for the Child With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
387(5)
Musculoskeletal System Disorders
392(12)
Nursing Process for the Child With Scoliosis
395(9)
Skin Disorders
404(9)
Growth and Development of the Adolescent: 11 to 18 Years
413(18)
Preadolescent Development
414(1)
Adolescent Development
415(3)
Nutrition
418(2)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
420(7)
The Adolescent in the Health Care Facility
427(4)
Health Problems of the Adolescent
431(34)
Eating Disorders
432(5)
Nursing Process for the Adolescent With Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia
435(2)
Skin Disorders
437(4)
Menstrual Disorders
441(1)
Infections Diseases
442(2)
The Sexually Active Adolescent
444(10)
Nursing Process for the Adolescent With AIDS
448(6)
Maladaptive Responses to the Stresses of Adolescence
454(11)
UNIT 4 Care of the At-Risk Child 465(48)
The Child in a Stressed Family
467(17)
The Infant of a Substance-Abusing Mother
468(2)
Parents Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol
470(1)
Child Abuse
471(6)
Nursing Process for the Care of an Abused Child
475(2)
The Runaway Child
477(1)
The Latchkey Child
478(1)
Divorce and the Child
479(1)
The Homeless Family
480(4)
The Child With a Chronic Health Problem
484(13)
Common Problems in Chronic Illness
485(1)
Effects of Chronic Illness on the Family
485(12)
Nursing Process in Caring for a Child With a Chronic Illness
488(9)
The Dying Child
497(16)
The Nurse's Reaction to Death and Dying
498(1)
The Child's Understanding of Death
499(4)
The Family's Reaction to Dying and Death
503(2)
Settings for Care of the Dying Child
505(8)
Nursing Process for the Dying Child
506(7)
Glossary 513(10)
Answers to NCLEX-Style Review Questions 523(2)
Appendix A Growth Charts 525(6)
Appendix B Pulse, Respiration, and Blood Pressure Values for Children 531(1)
Appendix C Conversion Chart: Fahrenheit to Celsius 532(1)
Appendix D Good Sources of Essential Nutrients 533(1)
Appendix E Standard Precautions 534(2)
Index 536


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