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This primary "essentials textbook" is intended for the increasingly shortened Pediatrics course and programs with an integrated pediatric curriculum. With a unique concept-based approach and nursing process focus, this book helps students go from concept to application by building on previously mastered knowledge and highlighting nursing management. Organized into four logical units, this book covers a broad scope of topics emphasizing common issues and pediatric-specific information. Unique features include Healthy People 2010 boxes, Common Medical Treatments and Common Lab/Diagnostic Tables, and Teaching Guidelines.
Table of Contents
|Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing||p. 5|
|Factors Influencing Child Health||p. 21|
|Working With Children and Families||p. 47|
|Growth and Development of the Newborn and Infant||p. 71|
|Growth and Development of the Toddler||p. 106|
|Growth and Development of the Preschooler||p. 136|
|Growth and Development of the School-Age Child||p. 160|
|Growth and Development of the Adolescent||p. 183|
|Health Supervision||p. 217|
|Health Assessment of Children||p. 249|
|Nursing Care of Children During Illness and Hospitalization||p. 288|
|Nursing Care of the Child in the Community||p. 318|
|Nursing Care of the Child With Special Needs||p. 330|
|Medication Administration, Intravenous Therapy, and Nutritional Support||p. 350|
|Pain Management in Children||p. 379|
|Nursing Care of the Child With an Infectious or Communicable Disorder||p. 417|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Neurologic Disorder||p. 466|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Disorder of the Eyes or Ears||p. 517|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Respiratory Disorder||p. 549|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Cardiovascular Disorder||p. 612|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Gastrointestinal Disorder||p. 660|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Genitourinary Disorder||p. 716|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Neuromuscular Disorder||p. 760|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Musculoskeletal Disorder||p. 794|
|Nursing Care of the Child With an Integumentary Disorder||p. 835|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Hematologic Disorder||p. 868|
|Nursing Care of the Child With an Immunologic Disorder||p. 900|
|Nursing Care of the Child With an Endocrine Disorder||p. 928|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Neoplastic Disorder||p. 967|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Genetic Disorder||p. 1009|
|Nursing Care of the Child With a Cognitive or Mental Health Disorder||p. 1045|
|Nursing Care During a Pediatric Emergency||p. 1069|
|Growth Charts||p. 1111|
|Denver II Development Assessment||p. 1122|
|The Food Guide Pyramid||p. 1125|
|Blood Pressure Charts for Children and Adolescents||p. 1127|
|Down Syndrome Health Care Guidelines||p. 1132|
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