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Thompson's Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing,9780721675572

Thompson's Introduction to Maternity and Pediatric Nursing

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Edition:
3rd
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9780721675572

ISBN10:
0721675573
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Hardcover
Pub. Date:
11/1/1998
Publisher(s):
Elsevier Science Health Science div
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Summary

The new edition of this practical text provides a solid and completely current foundation in obstetric and pediatric nursing. Retaining a systems format, it offers a strong emphasis on the key themes of family-centered care, health promotion and illness prevention, women's health issues, and the growth and development of both the child and the parent. Over 660 crisp figures and tables clarify key concepts. And, abundant multiple-choice questions and vocabulary terms enhance communication and critical thinking skills.

Table of Contents

Color plates follow pages 328 and 776
UNIT ONE Maternal-Newborn Nursing 1(374)
Chapter 1 The Past, the Present, and the Future of Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
3(22)
Introduction
4(1)
The Past
4(5)
The Present
9(7)
The Future
16(9)
Chapter 2 Human Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology
25(12)
Puberty
26(1)
Male Reproductive System
26(1)
Female Reproductive System
27(10)
Chapter 3 Prenatal Development
37(16)
Cell Division
38(1)
Gametogenesis
38(1)
Fertilization
38(2)
Development
40(9)
Multifetal Pregnancy
49(4)
Chapter 4 Prenatal Care and Adaptations to Pregnancy
53(28)
Goals of Prenatal Care
54(3)
Indications of Pregnancy
57(3)
Normal Physiologic Changes in Pregnancy
60(4)
Nutrition for Pregnancy and Lactation
64(7)
Common Discomforts in Pregnancy
71(2)
Psychological Adaptations to Pregnancy
73(8)
Chapter 5 Nursing Care of Women with Complications during Pregnancy
81(44)
Pregnancy-Related Complications
82(21)
Pregnancy Complicated by Medical Conditions
103(14)
Environmental Hazards during Pregnancy
117(3)
Trauma during Pregnancy
120(1)
Effects of a High-Risk Pregnancy on the Family
121(4)
Chapter 6 Nursing Care during Labor and Birth
125(36)
Components of the Birth Process
126(6)
Normal Childbirth
132(8)
Settings for Childbirth
140(1)
Admission to the Hospital or Birth Center
141(4)
Continuing Nursing Care during Labor
145(9)
Nursing Care during Birth
154(1)
Nursing Care Immediately after Birth
155(6)
Chapter 7 Nursing Management of Pain during Labor and Birth
161(26)
Childbirth and Pain
162(2)
Education for Childbearing
164(5)
Nonpharmacologic Pain Management
169(4)
Pharmacologic Pain Management
173(8)
The Nurse's Role in Pain Management
181(6)
Chapter 8 Nursing Care of Women with Complications during Labor and Birth
187(30)
Obstetric Procedures
188(10)
Abnormal Labor
198(9)
Premature Rupture of Membranes
207(1)
Preterm Labor
208(2)
Prolonged Pregnancy
210(1)
Emergencies during Childbirth
210(7)
Chapter 9 The Family after Birth
217(40)
Adapting Care to Specific Groups and Cultures
218(1)
Immediate Postpartum Period: The Fourth Stage of Labor
219(1)
Postpartum Changes in the Mother
219(16)
Care of the Newborn
235(9)
Breastfeeding
244(6)
Formula Feeding
250(2)
Discharge Planning
252(5)
Chapter 10 Nursing Care of Women with Complications Following Birth
257(18)
Hemorrhage
258(5)
Thromboembolic Disorders
263(1)
Infection
264(7)
Subinvolution of the Uterus
271(1)
Disorders of Mood
271(4)
Chapter 11 The Nurse's Role in Women's Health Care
275(32)
Preventive Health Care for Women
276(2)
Menstrual Disorders
278(3)
Induced Abortion
281(1)
Gynecologic Infections
281(1)
Family Planning
282(13)
Infertility Care
295(5)
Menopause
300(2)
Pelvic Floor Dysfunction
302(2)
Other Female Reproductive Tract Disorders
304(3)
Chapter 12 The Term Newborn
307(22)
Adjustment to Extrauterine Life
308(1)
Physical Characteristics and Nursing Assessment
308(12)
Preventing Infection
320(1)
Discharge Planning
321(1)
Home Care
321(8)
Chapter 13 Preterm and Postterm Newborns
329(16)
The Preterm Newborn
330(12)
The Postterm Newborn
342(1)
Transporting the High-Risk Newborn
342(3)
Chapter 14 The Newborn with a Congenital Malformation
345(30)
Malformations Present at Birth
346(14)
Metabolic Defects
360(2)
Chromosomal Abnormalities
362(2)
Perinatal Damage
364(6)
Infant of a Diabetic Mother
370(5)
UNIT TWO The Growing Child and Family 375(140)
Chapter 15 An Overview of Growth, Development, and Nutrition
377(36)
An Overview of Growth, Development, and Maturation
378(19)
Nutrition
397(12)
Play
409(4)
Chapter 16 The Infant
413(20)
General Characteristics
414(1)
Development and Care
415(1)
Health Maintenance
416(17)
Chapter 17 The Toddler
433(20)
General Characteristics
434(4)
Guidance and Discipline
438(1)
Daily Care
439(2)
Toilet Independence
441(1)
Nutrition Counseling
442(1)
Day Care
443(1)
Injury Prevention
444(3)
Toys and Play
447(6)
Chapter 18 The Preschool Child
453(18)
General Characteristics
454(3)
Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Social Development
457(3)
Guidance
460(3)
Nursery School
463(1)
Daily Care
463(1)
Play in Health and Illness
464(2)
Nursing Implications of Preschool Growth and Development
466(5)
Chapter 19 The School-Age Child
471(20)
General Characteristics
472(2)
Influences from the Wider World
474(3)
Physical, Mental, Emotional, and Social Development
477(4)
Guidance and Health Supervision
481(10)
Chapter 20 The Adolescent
491(24)
General Characteristics
492(1)
Growth and Development
493(12)
Parenting
505(2)
Health Education and Guidance
507(3)
Common Problems of Adolescence
510(1)
The Nursing Approach to Adolescents
511(4)
UNIT THREE The Child Needing Nursing Care 515(340)
Chapter 21 The Child's Experience of Hospitalization
517(20)
Health Care Delivery Settings
518(1)
The Child's Reaction to Hospitalization
519(4)
The Parent's Reaction to the Child's Hospitalization
523(1)
The Nurse's Role in Hospital Admission
524(1)
Developing a Pediatric Nursing Care Plan
525(1)
Clinical Pathways
525(2)
The Hospitalized Infant
527(1)
The Hospitalized Toddler
528(2)
The Hospitalized Preschooler
530(1)
The Hospitalized School-Age Child
531(1)
The Hospitalized Adolescent
532(1)
Admission to the Pediatric Unit
533(1)
Discharge Planning
534(1)
Home Care
534(3)
Chapter 22 Health Care Adaptations for the Child and Family
537(46)
Admission to the Pediatric Unit
538(4)
Assessing the Child
542(5)
Collecting Specimens
547(5)
Administering Medications to Infants and Children
552(1)
Nursing Responsibilities in Administering Medication to Infants and Children
553(11)
Adaptation of Selected Procedures to Children
564(19)
Chapter 23 The Child with a Sensory or Neurologic Condition
583(36)
The Ears
584(5)
The Eyes
589(4)
The Nervous System
593(26)
Chapter 24 The Child with a Musculoskeletal Condition
619(26)
Overview
620(1)
Assessment of the Musculoskeletal System
621(1)
Traumatic Fractures and Traction
622(6)
Osteomyelitis
628(3)
Duchenne's or Becker Muscular Dystrophy (Pseudohypertrophic)
631(1)
Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease (Coxa Plana)
632(1)
Osteosarcoma
633(1)
Ewing's Sarcoma
633(1)
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
633(2)
Torticollis (Wry Neck)
635(1)
Scoliosis
635(2)
Sports Injuries
637(1)
Family Violence
638(1)
Child Abuse
639(6)
Chapter 25 The Child with a Respiratory or Cardiovascular Disorder
645(48)
Respiratory System
646(26)
Cardiovascular System
672(21)
Chapter 26 The Child with a Condition of the Blood, Blood-Forming Organs, or Lymphatic System
693(28)
Anemias
694(8)
Bleeding Disorders
702(2)
Disorders of White Blood Cells
704(5)
Nursing Care of the Chronically Ill Child
709(4)
Nursing Care of the Dying Child
713(8)
Chapter 27 The Child with a Gastrointestinal Condition
721(30)
Overview
722(1)
Congenital Disorders
723(8)
Disorders of Motility
731(7)
Nutritional Deficiencies
738(3)
Infections
741(1)
Poisoning
742(5)
Foreign Bodies
747(4)
Chapter 28 The Child with a Genitourinary Condition
751(18)
Development of the Urinary Tract
752(1)
Development of the Reproductive Systems
753(16)
Chapter 29 The Child with a Skin Condition
769(26)
Skin Development and Functions
770(3)
Congenital Lesions
773(1)
Infections
773(8)
Injuries
781(14)
Chapter 30 The Child with a Metabolic Condition
795(20)
Overview
796(1)
Inborn Errors of Metabolism
797(1)
Endocrine Disorders
797(7)
Diet Therapy for Children with Diabetes and Other Metabolic Disorders
804(11)
Chapter 31 The Child with a Communicable Disease
815(20)
Communicable Disease
816(1)
Review of Terms
816(1)
Host Resistance
816(4)
Medical Asepsis and Standard Precautions
820(2)
Rashes
822(1)
Worldwide Immunization Programs
822(2)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
824(11)
Chapter 32 The Child with an Emotional or Behavioral Condition
835(20)
The Nurse's Role
836(1)
Types and Settings of Treatment
836(1)
Origins of Emotional and Behavioral Conditions
837(1)
Organic Behavior Disorders
838(1)
Environmental or Biochemical Behavior Disorders
839(12)
Minimizing the Impact of Behavior Disorders on Growth and Development
851(4)
Glossary 855(10)
Appendix A Standard Precautions and Body Substance Isolation Precautions 865(2)
Appendix B National Agencies for Obsterical and Pediatric Clients 867(8)
Appendix C NANDA-Approved Nursing Diagnoses 875(2)
Appendix D Conversion of Pounds and Ounces to Grams for Newborn Weights 877(2)
Appendix E Temperature Equivalents 879(2)
Appendix F Common Spanish Phrases for Maternity and Pediatric Nurses 881(6)
Appendix G Commonly Used Abbreviations in Maternity and Pediatric Nursing 887(4)
Index 891


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