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Pediatric Nursing Clinical Guide is a pocket-sized clinical reference tool for students and practicing nurses to use in pediatric patient care. Essential information is organized by body system, and includes nursing management for frequently encountered childhood illnesses and disorders, common diagnostic tests and nursing procedures, and a section for principles of nursing care in children. This handbook is complete with easy-to-reference illustrations and highlighted features including Teaching Guidelines, Take Note (outlining new or critical information), and Atraumatic Care tips.
Table of Contents
Section I. Principles of Nursing Care in Children Growth & Development Health Supervision Health Assessment Pain Management Pediatric Medication Administration Emergency Assessment Section II. Nursing Care for Common Health Disorders (Disorders are alphabetized and include description, pathophysiology, assessment findings, therapeutic management, nursing interventions, and child and family education.) Section III. Common Diagnostic Tests and Nursing Procedures Appendices