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Wong's Essentials Of Pediatric Nursing

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Summary

From its superior illustrations and striking full-color design to its abundant special features, it's easy to see why it's been the #1 pediatric nursing text for over 20 years. It provides readers with the essential information they need to deliver safe and accurate care. Divided into two logical parts, the first half of the book focuses on child development and health promotion by age group and lays the foundation for the second half of the book which addresses specific health problems organized by body systems. Text focuses on the family throughout by emphasizing the role and influence of the family in health and illness Utilizes the nursing process format to present nursing care for major diseases and disorders. Guidelines boxes throughout the text provide step-by-step instructions for performing specific skills or procedures Emergency Treatment boxes provide quick reference in critical situations Nursing Care Plans incorporate patient- and family-centered goals and include rationales for nursing interventions Family Home Care boxes highlight important information to better prepare families to cope with their child¡¦s care in special situations Disorder sections provide detailed presentations of pathophysiology Community Focus boxes emphasize community issues and provide additional resources for guidance on caring for children outside the clinical setting Cultural Awareness boxes highlight ways in which variations in beliefs and practices affect child care Atraumatic Care boxes provide guidance for administering nursing care with minimal pain or stress to the child, family, and nurse Evidence-Based Practice boxes throughout the text focus students¡¦ attention on application of both research and critical thought processes to support and guide the outcomes of nursing care Nursing Alerts and Nursing Tips are highlighted throughout the text to provide the reader with either critical information (Alerts) or helpful hints (Tips) CD companion features critical thinking questions, case studies, nursing care plans, assessment tools, new NCLEX¥ examination-style review questions, and skills Critical Thinking Exercises encourage self-evaluation about clinical judgements Ethical Case Studies provide realistic learning experiences The most current information on immunizations to keep readers up-to-date Appendix with Spanish-English translations includes words and phrases commonly used in nurse-parent interactions A chapter on Chronic Illness, Disability, and End-of-Life Care provides the necessary content for quality nursing care at the end of life

Table of Contents

UNIT ONE Children, Their Families, and the Nurse
Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing
1(21)
Health During Childhood
2(8)
``Healthy People 2000 and 2010''
2(1)
Mortality
2(1)
Infant Mortality
2(2)
Childhood Mortality
4(3)
Morbidity
7(1)
Childhood Morbidity
7(1)
The New Morbidity
8(1)
Evolution of Child Health Care in the United States
8(2)
Pediatric Nursing
10(5)
Philosophy of Care
10(1)
Family-Centered Care
10(1)
Atraumatic Care
11(1)
Case Management
11(1)
Role of the Pediatric Nurse
12(1)
Therapeutic Relationship
12(1)
Family Advocacy/Caring
12(1)
Disease Prevention/Health Promotion
12(1)
Health Teaching
13(1)
Support/Counseling
13(1)
Restorative Role
13(1)
Coordination/Collaboration
13(1)
Ethical Decision Making
13(1)
Research
14(1)
Health Care Planning
14(1)
Future Trends
15(1)
Critical Thinking and the Process of Nursing Children and Families
15(7)
Critical Thinking
15(1)
Nursing Process
16(6)
Community-Based Nursing Care of the Child and Family
22(8)
Nursing in the Community
23(7)
Community Concepts
23(1)
Community
23(1)
Demography
24(1)
Epidemiology
24(1)
Economics
25(1)
Community Nursing Process
26(1)
Community Needs Assessment
26(1)
Community Planning
26(2)
Community Intervention
28(1)
Community Evaluation
28(2)
Family Influences on Child Health Promotion
30(25)
General Concepts
31(3)
Definition of Family
31(1)
Family Theories
31(1)
Family Systems Theory
31(2)
Family Stress Theory
33(1)
Developmental Theory
33(1)
Family Nursing Interventions
33(1)
Family Structure and Function
34(3)
Family Structure
34(1)
Traditional Nuclear Family
35(1)
Nuclear Family
35(1)
Blended Family
35(1)
Extended Family
35(1)
Single-Parent Family
36(1)
Binuclear Family
36(1)
Polygamous Family
36(1)
Communal Family
36(1)
Gay/Lesbian Family
36(1)
Family Strengths and Functioning Style
37(1)
Family Roles and Relationships
37(5)
Parental Roles
37(1)
Role Learning
38(1)
Family Size and Configuration
38(1)
Spacing of Children
39(1)
Ordinal Position
40(1)
Multiple Births
40(2)
Parenting
42(5)
Motivation for Parenthood
42(1)
Preparation for Parenthood
42(1)
Transition to Parenthood
42(1)
Parental Factors Affecting Transition to Parenthood
42(1)
Parenting Behaviors
43(1)
Parental Styles of Control
43(1)
Limit Setting and Discipline
44(1)
Minimizing Misbehavior
44(1)
General Guidelines for Implementing Discipline
44(1)
Types of Discipline
44(3)
Special Parenting Situations
47(8)
Parenting the Adopted Child
47(2)
Parenting and Divorce
49(1)
Impact of Divorce on Children
49(2)
Custody and Parenting Partnerships
51(1)
Single Parenting
51(1)
Single Fathers
52(1)
Parenting in Reconstituted Families
52(1)
Parenting in Dual-Earner Families
52(1)
Working Mothers
52(1)
Foster Parenting
52(1)
Accommodating Contemporary Parenting Situations
53(2)
Social, Cultural and Religious Influences on Child Health Promotion
55(24)
Culture
56(7)
Social Roles
57(1)
Self-Esteem and Culture
57(1)
Subcultural Influences
57(1)
Ethnicity
57(1)
Socioeconomic Class
58(1)
Poverty
58(1)
Homelessness
59(1)
Migrant Families
59(1)
Religion
59(1)
Schools
59(1)
Communities
60(1)
Peer Cultures
60(1)
Biculture
61(1)
The Child and Family in North America
61(1)
Minority-Group Membership
61(1)
Cultural Shock and Culture Competence
62(1)
Cultural/Religious Influences on Health Care
63(16)
Susceptibility to Health Problems
63(1)
Hereditary Factors
63(1)
Socioeconomic Factors
64(1)
Customs and Folkways
65(1)
Cultural Relativity
65(1)
Relationships With Health Care Providers
66(1)
Food Customs
66(2)
Health Beliefs and Practices
68(1)
Health Beliefs
68(1)
Health Practices
69(2)
Folklore Related to Prenatal Influences
71(1)
Religious Beliefs
71(1)
Importance of Culture and Religion to Nurses
72(7)
Developmental Influences on Child Health Promotion
79(25)
Growth and Development
80(6)
Foundations of Growth and Development
80(1)
Stages of Development
80(1)
Patterns of Growth and Development
80(2)
Individual Differences
82(1)
Biologic Growth and Physical Development
82(1)
External Proportions
82(1)
Biologic Determinants of Growth and Development
82(1)
Skeletal Growth and Maturation
83(1)
Neurologic Maturation
84(1)
Lymphoid Tissues
84(1)
Development of Organ Systems
84(1)
Physiologic Changes
84(1)
Metabolism
84(1)
Temperature
85(1)
Sleep and Rest
85(1)
Temperament
85(1)
Significance of Temperament
86(1)
Development of Personality and Mental Function
86(5)
Theoretic Foundations of Personality Development
87(1)
Psychosexual Development (Freud)
87(1)
Psychosocial Development (Erikson)
87(1)
Theoretic Foundations of Mental Development
88(1)
Cognitive Development (Piaget)
88(1)
Language Development
89(1)
Moral Development (Kohlberg)
89(1)
Spiritual Development
90(1)
Development of Self-Concept
90(1)
Body Image
90(1)
Self-Esteem
91(1)
Role of Play in Development
91(4)
Classification of Play
91(1)
Content of Play
91(1)
Social Character of Play
92(1)
Functions of Play
93(1)
Sensorimotor Development
93(1)
Intellectual Development
94(1)
Socialization
94(1)
Creativity
94(1)
Self-Awareness
94(1)
Therapeutic Value
94(1)
Moral Value
94(1)
Toys
95(1)
Toy Safety
95(1)
Selected Factors That Influence Development
95(9)
Heredity
95(1)
Neuroendocrine Factors
95(1)
Nutrition
95(2)
Interpersonal Relationships
97(1)
Socioeconomic Level
97(1)
Disease
97(1)
Environmental Hazards
98(1)
Stress in Childhood
98(1)
Coping
98(1)
Influence of the Mass Media
99(1)
Reading Materials
99(1)
Movies
99(1)
Television
100(1)
Video Games/Internet
101(3)
UNIT TWO Assessment of the Child and Family
Communication and Health Assessment of the Child and Family
104(27)
Communication
105(1)
Verbal Communication---The Power of Words
105(1)
Avoidance Language
105(1)
Distancing Language
105(1)
Nonverbal Communication---Paralanguage
105(1)
Confirming and Disconfirming Behaviors
105(1)
Guidelines for Communication and Interviewing
106(1)
Establishing a Setting for Communication
106(1)
Appropriate Introduction
106(1)
Role Clarification and Explanation of the Interview
106(1)
Preliminary Acquaintance
106(1)
Assurance of Privacy and Confidentiality
106(1)
Computer Privacy and Applications in Nursing
107(1)
Telephone Triage and Counseling
107(1)
Communicating with Families
107(10)
Communicating with Parents
107(1)
Encouraging the Parent to Talk
108(1)
Directing the Focus
108(1)
Listening and Cultural Awareness
108(1)
Using Silence
109(1)
Being Empathic
109(1)
Defining the Problem
109(1)
Solving the Problem
110(1)
Providing Anticipatory Guidance
110(1)
Avoiding Blocks to Communication
110(1)
Communicating With Families Through an Interpreter
110(1)
Communicating With Children
111(1)
Communication Related to Development of Thought Processes
112(2)
Communication Techniques
114(1)
Play
114(3)
History Taking
117(5)
Performing a Health History
117(1)
Identifying Information
117(1)
Chief Complaint
117(1)
Present Illness
117(1)
Past History
118(2)
Review of Systems
120(1)
Family Medical History
120(1)
Psychosocial History
121(1)
Sexual History
121(1)
Family Assessment
122(1)
Assessment of Family Structure
122(1)
Assessment of Family Function
122(1)
Nutritional Assessment
122(9)
Dietary Intake
125(1)
Clinical Examination
126(1)
Evaluation of Nutritional Assessment
127(4)
Physical and Developmental Assessment of the Child
131(44)
General Approaches Toward Examining the Child
132(1)
Sequence of the Examination
132(1)
Preparation of the Child
132(1)
Physical Examination
132(37)
Growth Measurements
132(2)
Growth Charts
134(3)
Length
137(1)
Height
137(1)
Weight
137(1)
Skinfold Thickness and Arm Circumference
138(1)
Head Circumference
138(1)
Physiologic Measurements
139(1)
Temperature
139(1)
Pulse
139(2)
Respiration
141(1)
Blood Pressure
141(4)
General Appearance
145(1)
Skin
146(1)
Accessory Structures
147(1)
Lymph Nodes
147(1)
Head and Neck
148(1)
Eyes
148(1)
Inspection of External Structures
148(1)
Inspection of Internal Structures
149
Vision Testing
141(12)
Ears
153(1)
Inspection of External Structures
153(1)
Inspection of Internal Structures
153(3)
Auditory Testing
156(1)
Nose
156(1)
Inspection of External Structures
156(1)
Inspection of Internal Structures
156(1)
Mouth and Throat
157(1)
Inspection of Internal Structures
157(1)
Chest
158(1)
Lungs
159(1)
Auscultation
159(1)
Heart
160(2)
Auscultation
162(1)
Abdomen
163(1)
Inspection
163(1)
Auscultation
164(1)
Palpation
164(1)
Genitalia
164(1)
Male Genitalia
165(1)
Female Genitalia
166(1)
Anus
166(1)
Back and Extremities
166(1)
Spine
166(1)
Extremities
167(1)
Joints
168(1)
Muscles
168(1)
Neurologic Assessment
168(1)
Cerebellar Functioning
168(1)
Reflexes
168(1)
Cranial Nerves
169(1)
Developmental Assessment
169(6)
Denver II
169(3)
Denver II Prescreening Developmental Questionnaire
172(1)
Developmental Screening and Interpretation
172(3)
UNIT THREE The Newborn
Health Promotion of the Newborn and Family
175(47)
Adjustment to Extrauterine Life
176(3)
Immediate Adjustments
176(1)
Respiratory System
176(1)
Circulatory System
176(1)
Physiologic Status of Other Systems
176(1)
Thermoregulation
176(1)
Hemopoietic System
177(1)
Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
177(1)
Gastrointestinal System
177(1)
Renal System
178(1)
Integumentary System
178(1)
Musculoskeletal System
178(1)
Defenses Against Infection
178(1)
Endocrine System
178(1)
Neurologic System
178(1)
Sensory Functions
179(1)
Nursing Care of the Newborn and Family
179(43)
Assessment
179(1)
Initial Assessment: Apgar Scoring
179(2)
Clinical Assessment of Gestational Age
181(8)
Transitional Assessment: Periods of Reactivity
189(1)
Behavioral Assessment
189(4)
Assessment of Attachment Behaviors
193(1)
Physical Assessment
193(5)
Maintain a Patent Airway
198(1)
Maintain Stable Body Temperature
199(1)
Protect From Infection and Injury
199(6)
Provide Optimal Nutrition
205(6)
Promote Parent-Infant Bonding (Attachment)
211(3)
Prepare for Discharge and Home Care
214(2)
Nursing Care Plan: The Normal Newborn and Family
216(6)
Health Problems of Newborns
222(85)
Birth Injuries
223(4)
Soft-Tissue Injury
223(1)
Head Trauma
224(1)
Caput Succedaneum
224(1)
Cephalhematoma
224(1)
Subgaleal Hemorrhage
225(1)
Fractures
225(1)
Paralyses
225(1)
Facial Paralysis
225(1)
Brachial Palsy
226(1)
Phrenic Nerve Paralysis
226(1)
Common Problems in the Newborn
227(2)
Erythema Toxicum Neonatorum
227(1)
Candidiasis
227(1)
Oral Candidiasis
227(1)
Herpes
227(1)
Birthmarks
228(1)
Nursing Care of the High-Risk Newborn and Family
229(26)
Identification of High-Risk Newborns
229(1)
Classification of High-Risk Newborns
229(1)
Assessment
229(1)
Systematic Assessment
230(1)
Monitoring Physiologic Data
230(2)
Respiratory Support
232(1)
Thermoregulation
232(2)
Protection From Infection
234(1)
Hydration
234(1)
Nutrition
235(2)
Feeding Resistance
237(1)
Energy Conservation
238(1)
Skin Care
238(2)
Administration of Medications
240(1)
Developmental Care
240(3)
Neonatal Pain
243(5)
Family Support and Involvement
248(1)
Facilitating Parent-Infant Relationships
249(3)
Discharge Planning and Home Care
252(1)
Neonatal Loss
252(3)
High Risk Related to Dysmaturity
255(7)
Preterm Infants
255(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The High-Risk Infant
255(7)
Postmature Infants
262(1)
High Risk Related to Physiologic Factors
262(20)
Hyperbilirubinemia
262(6)
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
268(1)
Blood Incompatibility
268(3)
Metabolic Complications
271(1)
Respiratory Distress Syndrome
271(6)
Respiratory Complications
277(1)
Cardiovascular Complications
278(1)
Cerebral Complications
279(2)
Neonatal Seizures
281(1)
High Risk Related to Infectious Processes
282(3)
Sepsis
282(2)
Necrotizing Enterocolitis
284(1)
High Risk Related to Maternal Conditions
285(8)
Infants of Diabetic Mothers
286(1)
Drug-Exposed Infants
287(2)
Cocaine Exposure
289(1)
Maternal Infections
290(3)
Congenital Abnormalities
293(3)
Chromosomal Abnormalities
293(1)
Defects Caused by Chemical Agents
294(2)
Inborn Errors of Metabolism
296(5)
Congenital Hypothyroidism
296(1)
Phenylketonuria
297(3)
Galactosemia
300(1)
Genetic Evaluation and Counseling
301(6)
Psychologic Aspects of Genetic Disease
302(5)
UNIT FOUR Infancy
Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
307(52)
Promoting Optimal Growth and Development
308(20)
Biologic Development
308(1)
Proportional Changes
308(1)
Maturation of Systems
308(1)
Fine Motor Development
309(1)
Gross Motor Development
310(4)
Psychosocial Development
314(1)
Developing a Sense of Trust (Erikson)
314(1)
Cognitive Development
314(1)
Sensorimotor Phase (Piaget)
314(1)
Development of Body Image
315(1)
Social Development
316(1)
Attachment
316(1)
Language Development
317(1)
Play
317(1)
Temperament
317(2)
Childrearing Practices Related to Temperament
319(5)
Coping with Concerns Related to Normal Growth and Development
324(1)
Separation and Stranger Fear
324(1)
Alternate Childcare Arrangements
325(1)
Limit Setting and Discipline
326(1)
Thumb Sucking and Use of a Pacifier
326(1)
Teething
327(1)
Infant Shoes
328(1)
Promoting Optimal Health During Infancy
328(31)
Nutrition
328(1)
The First 6 Months
328(2)
The Second 6 Months
330(1)
Selection and Preparation of Solid Foods
330(1)
Introduction of Solid Foods
331(1)
Weaning
331(1)
Sleep and Activity
332(1)
Sleep Problems
333(1)
Dental Health
334(1)
Immunizations
335(1)
Schedule for Immunizations
335(1)
Recommendations for Routine Immunizations
335(6)
Recommendations for Selected Immunizations
341(1)
Reactions
341(1)
Contraindications/Precautions
342(2)
Administration
344(2)
Injury Prevention
346(3)
Aspiration of Foreign Objects
349(1)
Suffocation
349(1)
Motor Vehicle Injuries
350(1)
Falls
351(1)
Poisoning
352(1)
Burns
353(1)
Drowning
354(1)
Bodily Damage
354(1)
Nurse's Role in Injury Prevention
354(2)
Anticipatory Guidance---Care of Families
356(3)
Health Problems of Infants
359(30)
Nutritional Disturbances
360(17)
Vitamin Disturbances
360(1)
Mineral Disturbances
361(10)
Vegetarian Diets
371(2)
Protein and Energy Malnutrition
373(1)
Kwashiorkor
373(1)
Marasmus
373(1)
Food Sensitivity
374(1)
Cow's-Milk Allergy
375(1)
Lactose Intolerance
376(1)
Feeding Difficulties
377(4)
Regurgitation and ``Spitting Up,''
377(1)
Paroxysmal Abdominal Pain (Colic)
377(1)
Failure to Thrive
378(3)
Disorders of Unknown Etiology
381(8)
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
381(4)
Apnea of Infancy
385(4)
UNIT FIVE Early Childhood
Health Promotion of the Toddler and Family
389(27)
Promoting Optimal Growth and Development
390(11)
Biologic Development
390(1)
Proportional Changes
390(1)
Sensory Changes
390(1)
Maturation of Systems
390(1)
Gross and Fine Motor Development
391(1)
Psychosocial Development
391(1)
Developing a Sense of Autonomy (Erikson)
391(1)
Cognitive Development
392(1)
Sensorimotor and Preconceptual Phase (Piaget)
392(1)
Spiritual Development
393(1)
Development of Body Image
393(1)
Development of Gender Identity
394(1)
Social Development
395(1)
Language
395(1)
Personal-Social Behavior
395(1)
Play
396(1)
Coping With Concerns Related to Normal Growth and Development
396(1)
Toilet Training
396(1)
Sibling Rivalry
397(2)
Temper Tantrums
399(2)
Negativism
401(1)
Regression
401(1)
Promoting Optimal Health During Toddlerhood
401(15)
Nutrition
401(1)
Nutritional Counseling
402(1)
Dietary Guidelines
403(1)
Sleep and Activity
403(1)
Dental Health
403(1)
Regular Dental Examinations
403(1)
Removal of Plaque
403(1)
Fluoride
404(1)
Low-Cariogenic Diet
405(1)
Injury Prevention
405(1)
Motor Vehicle Injuries
406(4)
Drowning
410(1)
Burns
410(1)
Poisoning
411(1)
Falls
411(1)
Aspiration and Suffocation
412(1)
Bodily Damage
413(1)
Terrorism/Violence
413(1)
Anticipatory Guidance---Care of Families
413(3)
Health Promotion of the Preschooler and Family
416(17)
Promoting Optimal Growth and Development
417(10)
Biologic Development
417(1)
Gross and Fine Motor Behavior
417(1)
Psychosocial Development
417(1)
Developing a Sense of Initiative (Erikson)
417(1)
Cognitive Development
418(1)
Preoperational Phase (Piaget)
418(1)
Moral Development
418(1)
Preconventional or Premoral Level (Kohlberg)
418(1)
Spiritual Development
419(1)
Development of Body Image
419(1)
Development of Sexuality
419(1)
Social Development
420(1)
Language
420(1)
Personal-Social Behavior
420(1)
Play
420(2)
Coping with Concerns Related To Normal Growth and Development
422(1)
Preschool and Kindergarten Experience
422(1)
Sex Education
423(3)
Fears
426(1)
Stress
426(1)
Aggression
427(1)
Speech Problems
427(1)
Promoting Optimal Health During the Preschool Years
427(6)
Nutrition
427(2)
Sleep and Activity
429(1)
Sleep Problems
429(1)
Dental Health
429(1)
Injury Prevention
429(2)
Anticipatory Guidance---Care of Families
431(2)
Health Problems of Toddlers and Preschoolers
433(39)
Infectious Disorders
434(14)
Communicable Diseases
434(10)
Conjunctivitis
444(1)
Stomatitis
445(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With a Communicable Disease
446(2)
Intestinal Parasitic Diseases
448(3)
General Nursing Considerations
449(1)
Giardiasis
449(1)
Enterobiasis (Pinworms)
450(1)
Ingestion of Injurious Agents
451(9)
Principles of Emergency Treatment
453(1)
Assessment
454(1)
Gastric Decontamination
454(1)
Prevention of Recurrence
455(1)
Heavy Metal Poisoning
455(1)
Lead Poisoning
456(1)
Causes of Lead Poisoning
456(1)
Screening for Lead Poisoning
457(3)
Child Maltreatment
460(12)
Child Neglect
460(1)
Types of Neglect
460(1)
Physical Abuse
460(1)
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
460(1)
Factors Predisposing to Physical Abuse
461(1)
Sexual Abuse
462(1)
Characteristics of Abusers and Victims
462(1)
Initiation and Perpetuation of Sexual Abuse
462(1)
Nursing Care of the Maltreated Child
463(6)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child Who Is Maltreated
469(3)
Health Promotion of the School-Age Child and Family
472(21)
Promoting Optimal Growth and Development
473(11)
Biologic Development
473(1)
Proportional Changes
473(1)
Maturation of Systems
473(1)
Prepubescence
474(1)
Psychosocial Development
474(1)
Developing a Sense of Industry (Erikson)
474(1)
Cognitive Development (Piaget)
475(1)
Moral Development (Kohlberg)
475(2)
Spiritual Development
477(1)
Social Development
477(1)
Social Relationships and Cooperation
477(1)
Relationships With Families
478(1)
Play
478(1)
Developing a Self-Concept
479(1)
Developing a Body Image
480(2)
Coping With Concerns Related to Normal Growth and Development
482(1)
School Experience
482(1)
Latchkey Children
482(1)
Limit Setting and Discipline
482(1)
Dishonest Behavior
483(1)
Stress and Fear
484(1)
Promoting Optimal Health During the School Years
484(9)
Nutrition
484(1)
Sleep and Rest
485(1)
Exercise and Activity
485(1)
Sports
485(1)
Acquisition of Skills
486(1)
Dental Health
486(1)
Dental Problems
486(1)
Sex Education
487(1)
Nurse's Role in Sex Education
488(1)
School Health
488(1)
Injury Prevention
488(3)
Anticipatory Guidance---Care of Families
491(2)
Health Promotion of the Adolescent and Family
493(23)
Promoting Optimal Growth and Development
494(12)
Biologic Development
494(1)
Hormonal Changes of Puberty
494(1)
Sexual Maturation
495(1)
Physical Growth
495(3)
Physiologic Changes
498(1)
Psychosocial Development
498(1)
Developing a Sense of Identity (Erikson)
498(2)
Cognitive Development (Piaget)
500(1)
Moral Development (Kohlberg)
500(1)
Spiritual Development
500(1)
Social Development
500(1)
Relationships With Parents
501(1)
Relationships With Peers
501(1)
Heterosexual Relationships
502(1)
Homosexuality in Adolescents
503(1)
Interests and Activities
503(1)
Development of Self-Concept and Body Image
504(1)
Responses to Puberty
504(2)
Promoting Optimal Health During Adolescence
506(10)
Immunizations
506(1)
Nutrition
506(1)
Eating Habits and Behavior
507(1)
Sleep and Rest
508(1)
Exercise and Activity
508(1)
Dental Health
509(1)
Personal Care
509(1)
Vision
509(1)
Hearing
509(1)
Posture
509(1)
Body Art
509(1)
Suntanning
510(1)
Stress Reduction
510(1)
Sexuality Education and Guidance
510(1)
Injury Prevention
511(1)
Vehicle-Related Injuries
511(2)
Firearms
513(1)
Sports Injuries
513(1)
Anticipatory Guidance---Care of Families
514(2)
Health Problems of School-Age Children and Adolescents
516(33)
Common Health Problems
517(2)
Infectious Mononucleosis
517(1)
Smoking
518(1)
Smokeless Tobacco
518(1)
Health Problems Related to Sports Participation
519(1)
Overuse Syndromes
519(1)
Stress Fractures
520(1)
Nurse's Role in Sports for Children and Adolescents
520(1)
Altered Growth and Maturation
520(2)
Tall or Short Stature
520(1)
Tall Stature
520(1)
Short Stature
521(1)
Sex Chromosome Abnormalities
521(1)
Turner Syndrome
521(1)
Klinefelter Syndrome
521(1)
Disorders Related to the Reproductive System
522(2)
Amenorrhea
522(1)
Dysmenorrhea
522(1)
Vaginitis
523(1)
Disorders of the Male Reproductive System
523(1)
Gynecomastia
524(1)
Health Problems Related to Sexuality
524(7)
Adolescent Pregnancy
524(1)
Contraception
525(1)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
525(4)
Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
529(1)
Sexual Assault
529(1)
Rape Trauma Syndrome
530(1)
Eating Disorders
531(5)
Obesity
531(2)
Anorexia Nervosa
533(2)
Bulimia
535(1)
Disorders with Behavioral Components
536(6)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder and Learning Disability
536(2)
Enuresis
538(1)
Encopresis
539(1)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
539(1)
School Phobia
540(1)
Recurrent Abdominal Pain
540(1)
Conversion Reaction
541(1)
Childhood Depression
541(1)
Childhood Schizophrenia
542(1)
Serious Health Problems of Later Childhood and Adolescence
542(7)
Substance Abuse
542(1)
Motivation
542(1)
Types of Drugs Abused
542(2)
Suicide
544(1)
Methods
545(1)
Motivation
545(4)
UNIT SEVEN The Child and Family With Special Needs
Chronic Illness, Disability, or End-of-Life Care for the Child and Family
549(40)
Perspectives on the Care of Children With Special Needs
550(3)
Scope of the Problem
550(1)
Trends in Care
551(1)
Developmental Focus
551(1)
Family-Centered Care
551(1)
Family-Health Care Provider Communication
551(1)
Establishing Therapeutic Relationships
551(1)
The Role of Culture in Family-Centered Care
551(1)
Shared Decision-Making
552(1)
Normalization
552(1)
Managed Care
553(1)
The Family of the Child With Special Needs
553(6)
Impact of the Child's Chronic Illness or Disability
553(1)
Parents
553(2)
Siblings
555(1)
Extended Family Members and Society
556(1)
Coping with Ongoing Stress and Periodic Crises
556(1)
Concurrent Stresses Within the Family
556(1)
Coping Mechanisms
557(1)
Parental Empowerment
557(1)
Assisting Family Members in Managing Their Feelings
557(1)
Shock and Denial
557(1)
Adjustment
558(1)
Reintegration and Acknowledgment
558(1)
Establishing a Support System
559(1)
The Child With Special Needs
559(4)
Impact of Chronic Illness or Disability on the Child
559(1)
Developmental Aspects
559(2)
Coping Mechanisms
561(1)
Responses to Parental Behavior
562(1)
Type of Illness or Disability
563(1)
Nursing Care of the Family and Child with Special Needs
563(11)
Provide Support at the Time of Diagnosis
563(2)
Accept Family's Emotional Reactions
565(1)
Support Family's Coping Methods
565(4)
Educate About the Disorder and General Health Care
569(1)
Promote Normal Development
570(3)
Establish Realistic Future Goals
573(1)
Perspectives on the Care of Children at the End of Life
574(5)
Principles of Palliative Care
574(1)
Decision Making at the End of Life
575(1)
Ethical Considerations in End-of-Life Decision Making
575(1)
Physician/Health Care Team Decision Making
575(1)
Parental Decision Making
575(1)
The Dying Child
575(1)
Treatment Options for Terminally Ill Children
576(3)
Nursing Care of the Child and Family at the End of Life
579(10)
Fear of Pain and Suffering
579(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child Who Is Terminally Ill or Dying
579(2)
Pain/Symptom Management
581(1)
Parents' and Siblings' Need for Education and Support
582(1)
Fear of Dying Alone or of Not Being Present When the Child Dies
582(1)
Fear of Actual Death
582(1)
Home Deaths
582(1)
Hospital Deaths
583(1)
Organ or Tissue Donation/Autopsy
583(1)
Grief and Mourning
584(2)
Nurses' Reactions to Caping for Dying Children
586(3)
Impact of Cognitive or Sensory Impairment on the Child and Family
589(33)
Cognitive Impairment
590(12)
General Concepts
590(1)
Nursing Care of Children With Cognitive Impairment
591(5)
Down Syndrome
596(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Mental Retardation
597(4)
Fragile X Syndrome
601(1)
Sensory Impairment
602(20)
Hearing Impairment
602(6)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Hearing Impairment
608(1)
Visual Impairment
608(7)
Deaf-Blind Children
615(1)
Retinoblastoma
616(2)
Autism
618(4)
Family-Centered Home Care
622(15)
General Concepts of Home Care
623(4)
Home Care Trends
623(1)
Effective Home Care
624(1)
Discharge Planning
624(1)
Case Management
625(1)
Role of the Nurse, Training, and Standards of Care
626(1)
Family-Centered Home Care
627(10)
Diversity in Home Care
627(1)
Parent-Professional Collaboration
628(1)
The Nursing Process
629(2)
Promotion of Optimal Development, Self-Care, and Education
631(2)
Safety Issues in the Home
633(2)
Family-to-Family Support
635(2)
UNIT EIGHT Impact of Hospitalization on the Child and Family
Family-Centered Care of the Child During Illness and Hospitalization
637(69)
Stressors of Hospitalization and Children's Reactions
638(8)
Separation Anxiety
638(2)
Early Childhood
640(1)
Later Childhood and Adolescence
640(1)
Loss of Control
640(1)
Infants
641(1)
Toddlers
641(1)
Preschoolers
641(1)
School-Age Children
641(1)
Adolescents
642(1)
Bodily Injury and Pain
642(1)
Infants
642(1)
Toddlers
643(1)
Preschoolers
644(1)
School-Age Children
644(1)
Adolescents
645(1)
Effects of Hospitalization on the Child
645(1)
Individual Risk Factors
645(1)
Beneficial Effects of Hospitalization
646(1)
Stressors and Reactions of the Family of the Child Who is Hospitalized
646(1)
Parental Reactions
646(1)
Sibling Reactions
647(1)
Altered Family Roles
647(1)
Nursing Care of the Child Who is Hospitalized
647(44)
Preparation for Hospitalization
647(1)
Admission Assessment
648(3)
Preparing Child for Admission
651(1)
Preventing or Minimizing Separation
652(2)
Minimizing Loss of Control
654(1)
Preventing or Minimizing Fear of Bodily Injury
655(1)
Pain Assessment
656(1)
Fallacies and Facts
656(13)
Pain Management
669(12)
Providing Developmentally Appropriate Activities
681(1)
Providing Opportunities for Play and Expressive Activities
682(3)
Maximizing Potential Benefits of Hospitalization
685(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child in the Hospital
686(5)
Nursing Care of the Family
691(7)
Discharge Assessment
691(1)
Encouraging Parent Participation
692(1)
Supporting Family Members
693(1)
Providing Information
694(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Family of the Ill or Hospitalized Child
695(3)
Preparing for Discharge and Home Care
698(1)
Care of the Child and Family in Special Hospital Situations
698(8)
Ambulatory/Outpatient Setting
698(2)
Isolation
700(1)
Emergency Admission
700(1)
Intensive Care Unit
701(5)
Pediatric Variations of Nursing Interventions
706(81)
General Concepts Related to Pediatric Procedures
707(18)
Informed Consent
707(1)
Requirements for Obtaining Informed Consent
708(1)
Eligibility for Giving Informed Consent
708(1)
Preparation for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Procedures
709(1)
Psychologic Preparation
709(5)
Performance of the Procedure
714(1)
Postprocedural Support
715(1)
Use of Play in Procedures
715(1)
Surgical Procedures
716(1)
Preoperative Care
716(2)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child Undergoing Surgery
718(4)
Postoperative Care
722(1)
Compliance
723(1)
Assessment of Compliance
724(1)
Strategies to Enhance Compliance
724(1)
General Hygiene and Care
725(8)
Maintaining Healthy Skin
725(3)
Bathing
728(1)
Oral Hygiene
728(1)
Hair Care
729(1)
Feeding the Sick Child
730(1)
Controlling Elevated Temperatures
731(1)
Measures to Reduce Elevated Temperature
731(2)
Family Teaching and Home Care
733(1)
Safety
733(9)
Infection Control
734(1)
Environmental Factors
735(1)
Limit Setting
736(1)
Transporting Infants and Children
737(1)
Restraining Methods and Therapeutic Hugging
737(1)
Jacket Restraint
738(1)
Mummy Restraint or Swaddle
738(2)
Arm and Leg Restraints
740(1)
Elbow Restraint
740(1)
Positioning for Procedures
740(1)
Jugular Venipuncture
740(1)
Femoral Venipuncture
740(1)
Extremity Venipuncture
740(1)
Lumbar Puncture
741(1)
Bone Marrow Aspiration or Biopsy
742(1)
Other Procedures
742(1)
Collection of Specimens
742(5)
Urine Specimens
742(2)
Clean-Catch Specimens
744(1)
Twenty-Four-Hour Collection
744(1)
Bladder Catheterization and Other Techniques
744(2)
Stool Specimens
746(1)
Blood Specimens
746(1)
Respiratory Secretion and Throat Specimens
747(1)
Administration of Medication
747(16)
Preparation for Safe Administration
747(1)
Determination of Drug Dosage
747(3)
Identification
750(1)
Family Aspects
750(1)
Oral Administration
750(1)
Preparation
750(1)
Administration
751(1)
Intramuscular Administration
752(1)
Selecting the Syringe and Needle
752(2)
Determining the Site
754(1)
Administration
755(1)
Subcutaneous and Intradermal Administration
755(2)
Intravenous Administration
757(1)
Peripheral Venous Access Devices
757(1)
Central Venous Access Devices
757(3)
Nasogastric, Orogastric, or Gastrostomy Administration
760(1)
Rectal Administration
761(1)
Optic, Otic, and Nasal Administration
761(1)
Family Teaching and Home Care
762(1)
Procedures Related to Maintaining Fluid Balance
763(5)
Measurements of Intake and Output
763(1)
Special Needs When the Child is NPO
764(1)
Parenteral Fluid Therapy
764(1)
Site and Equipment
764(1)
Safety Catheters and Needleless Systems
765(1)
Infusion Pumps
765(1)
Securement of a Peripheral Intravenous Line
766(1)
Removal of a Peripheral Intravenous Line
766(1)
Complications
767(1)
Procedures for Maintaining Respiratory Function
768(10)
Inhalation Therapy
768(1)
Oxygen Therapy
768(1)
Monitoring Oxygen Therapy
769(1)
Aerosol Therapy
770(1)
Bronchial (Postural) Drainage
771(1)
Chest Physiotherapy
771(3)
Artificial Ventilation
774(1)
Artificial Airways
774(1)
Tracheostomy
774(3)
Family Teaching and Home Care
777(1)
Procedures Related to Alternative Feeding Techniques
778(4)
Gavage Feeding
778(2)
Gastrostomy Feeding
780(1)
Total Parenteral Nutrition
781(1)
Family Teaching and Home Care
782(1)
Procedures Related to Elimination
782(5)
Enema
782(1)
Ostomies
782(1)
Family Teaching and Home Care
783(4)
UNIT NINE The Child With Problems Related to the Transfer of Oxygen and Nutrients
The Child with Respiratory Dysfunction
787(52)
Respiratory Infection
788(3)
General Aspects of Respiratory Infections
788(3)
Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
791(9)
Nasopharyngitis
791(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Acute Respiratory Infection
792(2)
Pharyngitis
794(1)
Tonsillitis
795(2)
Influenza
797(1)
Otitis Media
797(3)
Croup Syndromes
800(3)
Acute Epiglottitis
800(1)
Acute Laryngitis
801(1)
Acute Laryngotracheobronchitis
801(2)
Acute Spasmodic Laryngitis
803(1)
Bacterial Tracheitis
803(1)
Infections of the Lower Airways
803(4)
Bronchitis
804(1)
Respiratory Syncytial Virus and Bronchiolitis
804(1)
Pneumonias
805(1)
Viral Pneumonia
805(1)
Primary Atypical Pneumonia
805(1)
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome
805(1)
Bacterial Pneumonia
806(1)
Other Infections of the Respiratory Tract
807(3)
Pertussis (Whooping Cough)
807(1)
Tuberculosis
807(3)
Pulmonary Dysfunction Caused by Noninfectious Irritants
810(3)
Foreign Body Aspiration
810(1)
Aspiration Pneumonia
811(1)
Acute (Adult) Respiratory Distress Syndrome
811(1)
Smoke Inhalation Injury
811(1)
Passive Smoking
812(1)
Long-Term Respiratory Dysfunction
813(16)
Asthma
813(6)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Asthma
819(5)
Cystic Fibrosis
824(5)
Respiratory Emergency
829(10)
Respiratory Failure
829(1)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation
830(1)
Resuscitation Procedure
831(5)
Airway Obstruction
836(1)
Infants
836(1)
Children
836(3)
The Child With Gastrointestinal Dysfunction
839(51)
Gastrointestinal Dysfunction
840(3)
Dehydration
840(1)
Water Balance in Infants
840(1)
Types of Dehydration
841(2)
Disorders of Motility
843(14)
Diarrhea
843(6)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Acute Diarrhea (Gastroenteritis)
849(2)
Constipation
851(2)
Hirschsprung Disease
853(2)
Vomiting
855(1)
Gastroesophageal Reflux
855(2)
Inflammatory Disorders
857(9)
Acute Appendicitis
857(2)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Appendicitis
859(1)
Meckel Diverticulum
860(1)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
861(3)
Peptic Ulcer Disease
864(2)
Hepatic Disorders
866(5)
Acute Hepatitis
866(3)
Cirrhosis
869(1)
Biliary Atresia
870(1)
Structural Defects
871(9)
Cleft Lip or Cleft Palate
871(4)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Cleft Lip or Cleft Palate
875(1)
Esophageal Atresia with Tracheoesophageal Fistula
875(4)
Hernias
879(1)
Obstructive Disorders
880(5)
Hypertrophic Pyloric Stenosis
880(2)
Intussusception
882(1)
Malrotation and Volvulus
883(1)
Anorectal Malformations
883(2)
Malabsorption Syndromes
885(5)
Celiac Disease
885(1)
Short-Bowel Syndrome
886(4)
UNIT TEN The Child With Problems Related to the Production and Circulation of Blood
The Child With Cardiovascular Dysfunction
890(48)
Cardiovascular Dysfunction
891(3)
Assessment of Cardiac Function
891(1)
History and Physical Examination
891(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
891(3)
Congenital Heart Disease
894(8)
Circulatory Changes at Birth
895(1)
Altered Hemodynamics
895(1)
Classification of Defects
896(1)
Defects with Increased Pulmonary Blood Flow
896(1)
Obstructive Defects
896(3)
Defects with Decreased Pulmonary Blood Flow
899(3)
Mixed Defects
902(1)
Clinical Consequences of Congenital Heart Disease
902(15)
Congestive Heart Failure
902(10)
Hypoxemia
912(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Congestive Heart Failure
913(4)
Nursing Care of the Family and Child With Congenital Heart Disease
917(5)
Help Family Adjust to the Disorder
917(1)
Educate Family About the Disorder
918(1)
Help Family Cope With Effects of the Disorder
918(1)
Prepare Child and Family for Surgery
919(1)
Provide Postoperative Care
919(2)
Plan for Discharge and Home Care
921(1)
Acquired Cardiovascular Disorders
922(7)
Bacterial (Infective) Endocarditis (IE)
922(1)
Rheumatic Fever
923(1)
Hyperlipidemia (Hypercholes-Terolemia)
924(2)
Cardiac Dysrhythmias
926(1)
Pulmonary Artery Hypertension
927(1)
Cardiomyopathy
928(1)
Heart Transplantation
929(1)
Vascular Dysfunction
930(8)
Systemic Hypertension
930(1)
Kawasaki Disease (Mucocutaneous Lymph Node Syndrome)
931(1)
Shock
932(2)
Anaphylaxis
934(2)
Toxic Shock Syndrome
936(2)
The Child With Hematologic or Immunologic Dysfunction
938(46)
Hematologic/Immunologic Dysfunction
939(1)
Assessment of Hematologic Function
939(1)
Red Blood Cell Disorders
939(13)
Anemia
939(3)
Iron-Deficiency Anemia
942(2)
Sickle Cell Anemia
944(5)
β-Thalassemia (Cooley Anemia)
949(2)
Aplastic Anemia
951(1)
Defects in Hemostasis
952(5)
Hemophilia
952(3)
Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
955(1)
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation
956(1)
Epistaxis (Nosebleeding)
956(1)
Neoplastic Disorders
957(15)
Leukemias
957(9)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Cancer
966(4)
Lymphomas
970(1)
Hodgkin Disease
970(2)
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma
972(1)
Immunologic Deficiency Disorders
972(6)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
972(4)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child and Adolescent With HIV Infection
976(1)
Severe Combined Immunodeficiency Disease
977(1)
Wiskott-Aldrich Syndrome
977(1)
Technologic Management of Hematologic/Immunologic Disorders
978(6)
Blood Transfusion Therapy
978(1)
Hematopoietic Stem Cell Transplantation
978(2)
Apheresis
980(4)
The Child With Genitourinary Dysfunction
984(27)
Genitourinary Dysfunction
985(1)
Assessment of Renal Function
985(1)
Genitourinary Tract Disorders/Defects
985(10)
Urinary Tract Infection
985(7)
Obstructive Uropathy
992(1)
External Defects
993(1)
Psychologic Problems Related to Genital Surgery
993(2)
Glomerular Disease
995(4)
Nephrotic Syndrome
995(2)
Acute Glomerulonephritis
997(2)
Miscellaneous Renal Disorders
999(2)
Hemolytic-Uremic Syndrome
999(1)
Wilms Tumor
1000(1)
Renal Failure
1001(7)
Acute Renal Failure
1001(2)
Chronic Renal Failure
1003(4)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Chronic Renal Failure
1007(1)
Technologic Management of Renal Failure
1008(3)
Dialysis
1008(1)
Transplantation
1008(3)
The Child With Cerebral Dysfunction
1011(52)
Cerebral Dysfunction
1012(5)
Assessment of Cerebral Function
1012(1)
General Aspects
1012(1)
Increased Intracranial Pressure
1012(1)
Altered States of Consciousness
1013(1)
Neurologic Examination
1013(3)
Special Diagnostic Procedures
1016(1)
Nursing Care of the Unconscious Child
1017(9)
Respiratory Management
1018(1)
Intracranial Pressure Monitoring
1019(1)
Nutrition and Hydration
1020(1)
Medications
1021(1)
Thermoregulation
1021(1)
Elimination
1021(1)
Hygienic Care
1021(1)
Nursing Care Plan The Unconscious Child
1022(3)
Positioning and Exercise
1025(1)
Stimulation
1025(1)
Family Support
1025(1)
Cerebral Trauma
1026(9)
Head Injury
1026(7)
Near-Drowning
1033(2)
Nervous System Tumors
1035(6)
Brain Tumors
1035(5)
Neuroblastoma
1040(1)
Intracranial Infections
1041(6)
Bacterial Meningitis
1041(2)
Nonbacterial (Aseptic) Meningitis
1043(1)
Encephalitis
1044(1)
Reye Syndrome
1045(1)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Encephalopathy
1045(1)
Rabies
1046(1)
Seizure Disorders
1047(8)
Epilepsy
1047(8)
Febrile Seizures
1055(1)
Cerebral Malformations
1055(8)
Cranial Deformities
1055(1)
Hydrocephalus
1056(7)
The Child With Endocrine Dysfunction
1063(32)
Disorders of Pituitary Function
1064(5)
Hypopituitarism: Growth Hormone Deficiency
1065(2)
Pituitary Hyperfunction
1067(1)
Precocious Puberty
1067(1)
Diabetes Insipidus
1068(1)
Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion
1069(1)
Disorders of Thyroid Function
1069(3)
Juvenile Hypothyroidism
1069(1)
Goiter
1070(1)
Lymphocytic Thyroiditis
1070(1)
Hyperthyroidism (Graves Disease)
1071(1)
Disorders of Parathyroid Function
1072(1)
Hypoparathyroidism
1072(1)
Hyperparathyroidism
1073(1)
Disorders of Adrenal Function
1073(6)
Acute Adrenocortical Insufficiency
1074(1)
Chronic Adrenocortical Insufficiency (Addison Disease)
1074(2)
Cushing Syndrome
1076(1)
Congenital Adrenogenital Hyperplasia
1077(1)
Hyperaldosteronism
1078(1)
Pheochromocytoma
1078(1)
Disorders of Pancreatic Hormone Function
1079(16)
Diabetes Mellitus
1079(12)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Diabetes Mellitus
1091(4)
The Child With Integumentary Dysfunction
1095(52)
Integumentary Dysfunction
1096(10)
Skin Lesions
1096(1)
Skin of Younger Children
1096(1)
Wounds
1097(1)
Epidermal Injuries
1097(2)
Injury to Deeper Tissues
1099(1)
Process of Wound Healing
1099(2)
Factors That Influence Healing
1101(1)
General Therapeutic Management
1102(1)
Dressings
1102(1)
Topical Therapy
1102(1)
Systemic Therapy
1102(2)
Nursing Care of the Child With a Skin Disorder
1104(1)
Wound Care
1104(1)
Relief of Symptoms
1105(1)
Topical Therapy
1105(1)
Home Care and Family Support
1106(1)
Infections of the Skin
1106(6)
Bacterial Infections
1106(2)
Viral Infections
1108(1)
Dermatophytoses (Fungal Infections)
1108(1)
Systemic Mycotic (Fungal) Infections
1109(3)
Skin Disorders Related to Chemical or Physical Contacts
1112(2)
Contact Dermatitis
1112(1)
Poison Ivy, Oak, and Sumac
1112(1)
Drug Reactions
1113(1)
Foreign Bodies
1114(1)
Skin Disorders Related to Insect and Animal Contacts
1114(7)
Scabies
1114(1)
Pediculosis Capitis
1115(1)
Arthropod Bites and Stings
1116(2)
Infections Transmitted by Arthropods
1118(1)
Lyme Disease
1119(1)
Animal Bites
1120(1)
Human Bites
1120(1)
Cat Scratch Disease
1121(1)
Miscellaneous Skin Disorders
1121(1)
Skin Disorders Associated With Specific Age-Groups
1121(8)
Diaper Dermatitis
1121(1)
Atopic Dermatitis (Eczema)
1122(4)
Seborrheic Dermatitis
1126(1)
Acne
1127(2)
Thermal Injury
1129(18)
Burns
1129(1)
Characteristics of Burn Injury
1129(12)
Sunburn
1141(1)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Burns: Management and Rehabilitative Stages
1142(3)
Cold Injury
1145(2)
UNIT TWELVE The Child With a Problem That Interferes With Physical Mobility
The Child With Musculoskeletal or Articular Dysfunction
1147(40)
The Immobilized Child
1148(3)
Immobilization
1148(1)
Physiologic Effects of Immobilization
1148(1)
Psychologic Effects of Immobilization
1148(2)
Effect on Families
1150(1)
Traumatic Injury
1151(13)
Soft-Tissue Injury
1151(1)
Contusions
1151(1)
Dislocations
1152(1)
Sprains
1152(1)
Strains
1153(1)
Fractures
1153(1)
Epiphyseal (or Physeal) Injuries
1153(1)
Types of Fractures
1154(1)
Bone Healing and Remodeling
1154(2)
The Child in a Cast
1156(1)
The Cast
1156(2)
The Child in Traction
1158(1)
Purposes of Traction
1159(1)
Types of Traction (General)
1159(1)
Upper Extremity Traction
1159(1)
Lower Extremity Traction
1160(1)
Cervical Traction
1160(3)
Distraction
1163(1)
External Fixation
1163(1)
Amputation
1163(1)
Congenital Defects
1164(6)
Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip
1164(3)
Congenital Clubfoot
1167(1)
Metatarsus Adductus (Varus)
1168(1)
Skeletal Limb Deficiency
1169(1)
Osteogenesis Imperfecta
1169(1)
Acquired Defects
1170(6)
Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease
1170(1)
Slipped Femoral Capital Epiphysis
1171(1)
Kyphosis and Lordosis
1172(1)
Idiopathic Scoliosis
1173(3)
Infections of Bones and Joints
1176(2)
Osteomyelitis
1176(1)
Septic (Suppurative, Pyogenic) Arthritis
1177(1)
Skeletal Tuberculosis
1178(1)
Bone and Soft-Tissue Tumors
1178(3)
General Concepts: Bone Tumors
1178(1)
Osteosarcoma
1179(1)
Ewing Sarcoma (Primitive Neuroectodermal Tumor)
1180(1)
Rhabdomyosarcoma
1180(1)
Disorders of Joints
1181(6)
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis (Juvenile Idiopathic Arthritis)
1181(3)
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
1184(3)
The Child With Neuromuscular or Muscular Dysfunction
1187(75)
Congenital Neuromuscular or Muscular Disorders
1188(19)
Cerebral Palsy
1188(5)
Nursing Care Plan: The Child With Cerebral Palsy
1193(2)
Spina Bifida (Myelomeningocele)
1195(6)
Latex Allergy
1201(1)
Progressive Infantile Spinal Muscular Atrophy (Werdnig-Hoffmann Disease)
1202(1)
Juvenile Spinal Muscular Atrophy (Kugelberg-Welander Disease)
1203(1)
Muscular Dystrophies
1204(1)
Pseudohypertrophic (Duchenne) Muscular Dystrophy
1204(3)
Acquired Neuromuscular Disorders
1207(8)
Guillain-Barre Syndrome (Infectious Polyneuritis)
1207(1)
Tetanus
1208(2)
Botulism
1210(1)
Infant Botulism
1210(1)
Spinal Cord Injuries
1211(4)
APPENDIXES
A Family Assessment
1215(2)
B Patterns of Inheritance
1217(2)
C Developmental/Sensory Assessment
1219(6)
D Growth Measurements
1225(20)
E Common Laboratory Tests
1245(9)
F Dietary Reference Intakes: Recommended Dietary Allowances (RDA) and Adequate Intake (AI)
1254(4)
G NANDA International--Approved Nursing Diagnoses 2003-2004
1258(1)
H Translations of Wong-Baker FACES Pain Rating Scale
1259(3)
I Spanish-English Translations
1262


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