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Nursing Care of Children: Principles and Practice provides numerous student-friendly features to help you navigate through difficult concepts to gain understanding with ease. The text emphasizes a community focus while teaching growth & development and major body system alterations information needed by pediatric nurses. Student-friendly writing style makes material more accessible. Pathophysiology boxes illustrate how disease conditions develop to provide a scientific basis for understanding the nursing care of an illness. Clinical Reference sections review basic anatomy and physiology, discuss pediatric differences, describe common diagnostics tests, and list commonly prescribed medications. Want to Know boxes assist with instructing parents and children about self-care in the home and follow-up care in community-based health care settings. Photo Stories visually depict various nursing roles in diverse care settings. Communication Cues suggest effective ways for nurses to facilitate understanding and elicit necessary information in exchanges with the child and/or parent. Critical to Remember boxes identify practices required to deliver safe care. Critical Thinking Exercises apply learning to practice via case study scenarios. Drug Guides provide quick reference on the pediatric uses and nursing implications of specific drugs. Procedure boxes outline step-by-step instructions for common nursing tasks. Health Promotion boxes emphasize a wellness approach and pediatric health priorities based on AAP recommendations. Companion CD-ROM enclosed with the text provides an integrative, comprehensive approach to textbook principles through pediatric assessment video clips, animations, an audio glossary including Spanish pronunciations, and NCLEX"¥ review questions. Using Research to Improve Practice boxes help you understand how to research and determine proper care and procedures. Beautiful full-color illustrations provide realistic, visually appealing interpretations of pediatric nursing in action.
Table of Contents
|Introduction to Child Health Nursing|
|Foundations of Child Health Nursing|
|Growth and Development: The Child and the Family|
|Family-Centered Nursing Care|
|Communicating with Children and Families|
|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|
|Special Considerations in Caring for Children|
|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|
|Caring for Children with Health Problems|
|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|
|Recommendations for Preventive Pediatric Health Care|
|Normal Blood Pressure Readings for Children|
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