9780781736909

Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing

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  • Copyright: 2005-01-28
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This brand-new, full-color textbook presents both maternity and pediatric nursing at an appropriate level for LPN/LVN students. The text uses a nursing process framework and emphasizes the LPN's specific role. Throughout the text are features that help students develop critical thinking skills and apply content to practice--such as nursing procedures, nursing care plans, clinical pearls, patients' and caregivers' stories, critical thinking questions, cultural snapshots, family teaching tips, and over 500 illustrations. Each chapter is followed by an integrated study guide/workbook with NCLEX(R)-style questions, Critical Thinking: What Would You Do? scenarios including dosage calculations, and Study Activities including Internet activities.

Table of Contents

UNIT 1 Overview of Maternal and Pediatric Nursing Care
1(44)
The Nurse's Role in a Changing Maternal--Child Health Care Environment
3(22)
Changing Concepts in Maternal--Child Health Care
4(3)
Development of Maternity Care
4(1)
Development of Pediatric Care
5(2)
Current Trends in Maternal--Child Health Care
7(4)
Family-Centered Care
7(1)
Regionalized Care
7(1)
Advances in Research
8(1)
Bioethical Issues
8(1)
Demographic Trends
9(1)
Poverty
9(1)
Cost Containment
9(2)
Payment for Health Services
11(2)
Private Insurance
11(1)
Federally Funded Services
12(1)
Specialized Services
12(1)
Maternal--Child Health Today
13(6)
Maternal--Infant Health Status
14(1)
Child and Adolescent Health Status
15(1)
Addressing Maternal--Child Health Status
16(3)
The Nurse's Changing Role in Maternal--Child Health Care
19(1)
Critical Thinking
20(1)
The Nursing Process
20(2)
Assessment
20(1)
Nursing Diagnosis
21(1)
Outcome Identification and Planning
21(1)
Implementation
21(1)
Evaluation
21(1)
Documentation
22(3)
Family-Centered and Community-Based Maternal and Pediatric Nursing
25(20)
The Family as a Social Unit
26(5)
Family Function
26(1)
Family Structure
27(2)
Family Factors That Influence Childbearing and Child Rearing
29(2)
Health Care Shift: From Hospital to Community
31(14)
Community-Based Nursing
31(1)
Community Care Settings for the Maternity Client
32(2)
Community Care Settings for the Child
34(3)
Skills of the Community-Based Nurse
37(1)
The Challenge of Community-Based Nursing
38(7)
UNIT 2 Foundations of Maternity Nursing
45(56)
Structure and Function of the Reproductive System
47(17)
Male Reproductive System
48(5)
External Genitalia
48(2)
Internal Reproductive Organs
50(3)
Female Reproductive System
53(5)
External Genitalia (Vulva)
53(2)
Internal Reproductive Organs
55(2)
Blood Supply for the Pelvic Organs
57(1)
Reproductive Function
58(3)
Puberty
58(1)
Menstruation
59(1)
Menstrual cycle
59(1)
Cervical Mucus Changes
60(1)
Menopause
61(1)
Sexual Response Cycle
61(3)
Special Issues of Reproduction and Women's Health Care
64(37)
Women's Health Issues
65(1)
Health Screening for Women
65(2)
Breast Cancer Screening
65(1)
Pelvic Examination and Pap Smear
66(1)
Vulvar Self-Examination
66(1)
Common Disorders of the Female Reproductive Tract
67(6)
Menstrual Disturbances
67(3)
Infectious Disorders
70(1)
Disorders of the Uterus and Ovaries
71(1)
Pelvic Support Disorders
72(1)
Reproductive Life Cycle Issues
73(1)
Family Planning
73(12)
Planning Pregnancy
74(1)
Nursing Care
74(1)
Preventing Pregnancy
75(10)
Nursing Process for Assisting the Couple to Choose a Contraceptive Method
85(3)
Induced Abortion
88(1)
Infertility
88(6)
Causes of Infertility
88(2)
Initial Evaluation of Infertility
90(1)
Comprehensive Evaluation and Diagnostic Testing
91(1)
Management of Infertility
92(1)
Psychological Aspects of Infertility
93(1)
Nursing Care
93(1)
Menopause
94(7)
Clinical Manifestations
94(1)
Treatment
94(1)
Nursing Care
95(6)
UNIT 3 Pregnancy
101(72)
Fetal Development
103(19)
Cellular Processes
104(1)
Types of Cells
104(1)
Cellular Division
104(1)
Developmental Stages of Pregnancy
105(4)
Pre-embryonic Stage
106(1)
Embryonic Stage
107(2)
Fetal Stage
109(1)
Development of Supportive Structures
109(4)
Fetal Membranes
109(2)
Amniotic Fluid
111(1)
Placenta
112(1)
Umbilical Cord
113(1)
Fetal and Placental Circulation
113(1)
Fetal Circulation
113(1)
Placental Circulation
114(1)
Special Considerations of Fetal Development
114(8)
Teratogens and the Fetus
114(3)
Ectopic Pregnancy
117(1)
Multifetal Pregnancy
117(5)
Maternal Adaptation During Pregnancy
122(18)
Signs of Pregnancy
123(1)
Presumptive (Possible) Signs
123(1)
Probable Signs
123(1)
Positive Signs
124(1)
Physiologic Adaptation to Pregnancy
124(5)
Reproductive Changes
124(2)
Endocrine Changes
126(1)
Hematologic Changes
126(1)
Cardiovascular Changes
127(1)
Respiratory Changes
127(1)
Musculoskeletal Changes
127(1)
Gastrointestinal Changes
128(1)
Urinary Changes
128(1)
Integumentary Changes
129(1)
Psychological Adaptation to Pregnancy
129(2)
First Trimester Task: Accept the Pregnancy
129(1)
Second Trimester Task: Accept the Baby
130(1)
Third Trimester Task: Prepare for Parenthood
130(1)
Changing Nutritional Requirements of Pregnancy
131(9)
Energy Requirements and Weight Gain
131(1)
Protein Requirements
131(1)
Mineral Requirements
131(4)
Vitamin Requirements
135(1)
Dietary Supplementation During Pregnancy
135(1)
Special Nutritional Considerations
136(4)
Prenatal Care
140(33)
Assessment of Maternal Well-Being During Pregnancy
141(5)
First Prenatal Visit
141(4)
Subsequent Prenatal Visits
145(1)
Assessment of Fetal Well-Being During Pregnancy
146(6)
Fetal Kick Counts
146(1)
Ultrasonography
146(2)
Doppler Flow Studies
148(1)
Maternal Serum Alpha-fetoprotein Screening
148(1)
Triple-Marker (or Multiple-Marker) Screening
148(1)
Amniocentesis
148(1)
Chorionic Villus Sampling
149(1)
Percutaneous Umbilical Blood Sampling
150(1)
Nonstress Test
150(1)
Vibroacoustic Stimulation
151(1)
Contraction Stress Test
151(1)
Biophysical Profile
151(1)
The Nursing Process for Prenatal Care
152(21)
UNIT 4 Labor and Birth
173(102)
Labor Process
175(19)
The Four Essential Components of Labor
176(7)
Passageway
176(2)
Passenger
178(4)
Powers
182(1)
Psyche
183(1)
The Process of Labor
183(5)
The Onset of Labor
183(2)
Mechanisms of a Spontaneous Vaginal Delivery
185(2)
Stages and Duration of Labor
187(1)
Maternal and Fetal Adaptation to Labor
188(6)
Maternal Physiologic Adaptation
188(1)
Maternal Psychological Adaptation
189(1)
Fetal Adaptation to Labor
189(5)
Pain Management During Labor and Birth
194(19)
The Pain of Labor and Childbirth
195(1)
Uniqueness of Labor and Birth Pain
195(1)
Physiology and Characteristics of Labor Pain
195(1)
Factors Influencing Labor Pain
195(1)
Principles of Pain Relief During Labor
196(1)
Pain Management Techniques
196(17)
Nonpharmacologic Interventions
196(5)
Pharmacologic Interventions
201(12)
Nursing Care During Labor and Birth
213(40)
The Nurse's Role During Admission
214(1)
Immediate Assessments
214(2)
Birth Imminence
214(1)
Fetal Status
215(1)
Risk Assessment
216(1)
Maternal Status
216(1)
Additional Assessments
216(4)
Maternal Health History and Physical Assessment
216(1)
Labor Status
216(4)
Labor and Birth Preferences
220(1)
Performing Routine Admission Orders
220(1)
The Nurse's Role: Ongoing Assessment of Uterine Contractions and FHR
221(1)
Monitoring Uterine Contractions
221(1)
External Methods
221(1)
Internal Method
221(1)
Monitoring FHR
221(9)
Intermittent Auscultation of FHR
223(1)
Continuous EFM
223(2)
Evaluating FHR Patterns
225(4)
Measures Used to Clarify Nonreassuring FHR Patterns
229(1)
The Nurse's Role During Each Stage of Labor
230(1)
The Nursing Process During the First Stage of Labor (Dilation)
230(8)
The Nursing Process During the Second Stage of Labor: Expulsion of the Fetus
238(5)
The Nursing Process During the Third Stage of Labor: Delivery of Placenta
243(3)
The Nursing Process During the Fourth Stage of Labor
246(7)
Assisted Delivery and Cesarean Birth
253(22)
Version
254(1)
External Version
254(1)
Internal Version
254(1)
Induction of Labor
255(3)
Indications
255(1)
Contraindications
255(1)
Labor Readiness
255(1)
Cervical Ripening
256(1)
Artificial Rupture of Membranes
257(1)
Oxytocin Induction
257(1)
Nursing Care
257(1)
Amnioinfusion
258(1)
Contraindications and Possible Complications
258(1)
Nursing Care
258(1)
Assisted Delivery
258(3)
Episiotomy
258(1)
Vacuum-Assisted Delivery
259(1)
Forceps-Assisted Delivery
260(1)
Nursing Care
260(1)
Cesarean Birth
261(9)
Indications
261(1)
Incidence
261(1)
Risks
261(1)
Incision Types
262(1)
Steps of a Cesarean Delivery
263(3)
Nursing Care
266(4)
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean
270(5)
Prerequisites
270(1)
Contraindications
270(1)
Procedure
270(1)
Nursing Care
270(5)
UNIT 5 Postpartum and Newborn
275(94)
The Postpartum Woman
277(26)
Maternal Adaptation During the Postpartum Period
278(6)
Physiologic Adaptation
278(4)
Psychological Adaptation
282(2)
Nursing Process for the Early Postpartum Period
284(8)
Nursing Process for Postpartum Care After Cesarean Birth
292(3)
Nursing Process for Preparing the Postpartum Woman for Discharge
295(8)
Nursing Assessment of Newborn Transition
303(20)
Physiologic Adaptation
304(3)
Respiratory Adaptation
304(1)
Cardiovascular Adaptation
305(1)
Thermoregulatory Adaptation
305(1)
Metabolic Adaptation
306(1)
Hepatic Adaptation
306(1)
Behavioral and Social Adaptation
307(1)
Nursing Assessment of the Normal Newborn
307(16)
General Body Proportions and Posture
308(1)
Vital Signs
308(1)
Physical Measurements
308(2)
Head-to-Toe Assessment
310(7)
Neurologic Assessment
317(2)
Behavioral Assessment
319(1)
Gestational Age Assessment
319(4)
Newborn Nutrition
323(20)
Choosing a Feeding Method
324(1)
Culture
324(1)
Age and Education
324(1)
Past Experience
324(1)
Intent to Return to Work or School
324(1)
Breast-feeding
325(9)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Breast-feeding
325(1)
Physiology of Breast-feeding
326(1)
Composition of Breast Milk
327(1)
Nutritional Needs of the Breast-feeding Woman
327(1)
Nursing Care of the Breast-feeding Woman
328(6)
Formula Feeding
334(9)
Advantages and Disadvantages of Formula Feeding
334(1)
Composition of Formula
335(1)
Nursing Care of the Formula Feeding Woman
335(8)
The Normal Newborn
343(26)
The Nursing Process in Immediate Stabilization and Transition of the Newborn
344(7)
The Nursing Process in Providing Care to the Normal Newborn
351(5)
The Nursing Process in Preparing the Newborn for Discharge
356(13)
UNIT 6 Childbearing at Risk
369(182)
Pregnancy at Risk: Conditions That Complicate Pregnancy
371(35)
Pregnancy Complicated by Medical Conditions
372(4)
Diabetes Mellitus
372(4)
Nursing Process for the Pregnant Woman With DM
376(16)
Cardiovascular Disease
379(2)
Anemia
381(2)
Asthma
383(1)
Epilepsy
384(1)
Infectious Diseases
385(7)
Nursing Process for the Pregnant Woman With an STI
392(2)
Pregnancy Complicated by Intimate Partner Violence
394(4)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
395(1)
Treatment
396(1)
Nursing Care
397(1)
Pregnancy Complicated by Age-Related Concerns
398(8)
Adolescent Pregnancy
398(2)
Pregnancy in Later Life
400(6)
Pregnancy at Risk: Pregnancy-Related Complications
406(30)
Hyperemesis Gravidarum
407(1)
Clinical Presentation
407(1)
Treatment
407(1)
Nursing Care
408(1)
Bleeding Disorders
408(10)
Ectopic Pregnancy
408(2)
Early Pregnancy Loss
410(3)
Incompetent Cervix
413(1)
Hydatidiform Mole
413(2)
Placenta Previa
415(1)
Abruptio Placentae
416(2)
Nursing Process for the Woman With a Bleeding Disorder
418(2)
Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy
420(9)
Gestational Hypertension
420(1)
Preeclampsia/Eclampsia
420(8)
Chronic Hypertension and Preeclampsia Superimposed on Chronic Hypertension
428(1)
Multiple Gestation
429(1)
Clinical Presentation
430(1)
Treatment
430(1)
Nursing Care
430(1)
Blood Incompatibilities
430(6)
Rh Incompatibility
430(1)
ABO Incompatibility
431(5)
Labor at Risk
436(18)
Dysfunctional Labor (Dystocia)
437(2)
Complications
437(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
437(1)
Causes of Labor Dysfunction
437(1)
Treatment
438(1)
Nursing Care
439(1)
Premature Rupture of Membranes
439(2)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
440(1)
Treatment
440(1)
Nursing Care
440(1)
Preterm Labor
441(2)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
441(1)
Treatment
441(2)
Nursing Process for the Woman With Preterm Labor
443(1)
Post-term Pregnancy and Labor
444(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
444(1)
Treatment
445(1)
Nursing Care
445(1)
Intrauterine Fetal Death
445(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
445(1)
Treatment
445(1)
Nursing Care
445(1)
Emergencies Associated With Labor and Birth
446(8)
Amniotic Fluid Embolism
446(1)
Shoulder Dystocia
446(2)
Umbilical Cord Prolapse
448(1)
Uterine Rupture
448(2)
Placental and Umbilical Cord Abnormalities
450(4)
Postpartum Woman At Risk
454(28)
Postpartum Hemorrhage
455(2)
Early Postpartum Hemorrhage
455(2)
Nursing Process for the Woman With Early Postpartum Hemorrhage
457(5)
Late Postpartum Hemorrhage
461(1)
Postpartum Infection
462(9)
Endometritis
462(2)
Wound Infection
464(1)
Mastitis
465(1)
Urinary Tract Infection
466(5)
Thromboembolic Disorders
471(3)
Risk Factors
471(1)
Superficial and Deep Vein Thrombophlebitis
471(1)
Pulmonary Embolism
472(2)
Postpartum Psychiatric Disorders
474(2)
Postpartum Depression
474(1)
Postpartum Psychosis
475(1)
Special Postpartum Situations
476(6)
Grief in the Postpartal Period
476(1)
Malattachment in the Postpartal Period
477(5)
The Newborn at Risk: Gestational and Acquired Disorders
482(30)
Variations in Size and Gestational Age
483(1)
Gestational Age Assessment
483(1)
Physical Maturity
483(1)
Neuromuscular Maturity
483(1)
The Small-for-Gestational-Age Newborn
484(3)
Contributing Factors
486(1)
Characteristics of the SGA Newborn
486(1)
Potential Complications
486(1)
Nursing Care
487(1)
The Large-for-Gestational Age Newborn
487(1)
Contributing Factors
487(1)
Characteristics of the LGA Newborn
488(1)
Potential Complications
488(1)
Nursing Care
488(1)
The Preterm Newborn
488(4)
Contributing Factors
489(1)
Characteristics of the Preterm Newborn
489(1)
Complications of the Preterm Newborn
489(3)
Nursing Process for the Preterm Newborn
492(7)
The Post-term Newborn
499(1)
Contributing Factors
499(1)
Characteristics of the Post-term Newborn
499(1)
Potential Complications
499(1)
Nursing Care
500(1)
Acquired Disorders
500(1)
Respiratory Disorders
500(3)
Transient Tachypnea of the Newborn
500(1)
Meconium Aspiration Syndrome
501(1)
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
501(2)
Hemolytic Disease of the Newborn
503(2)
Rh Incompatibility
503(1)
ABO Incompatibility
503(1)
Prevention
503(1)
Clinical Manifestations
503(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
504(1)
Newborn of a Diabetic Mother
505(1)
Newborn of a Chemically Dependent Mother
506(1)
Fetal Alcohol Syndrome
506(1)
Newborn With Withdrawal Symptoms
506(1)
Newborn With a Congenitally Acquired Infection
507(5)
The Newborn At Risk: Congenital Disorders
512(39)
Congenital Malformations
513(2)
Cleft Lip and Palate
514(1)
Nursing Process in Caring for the Newborn With Cleft Lip and Palate
515(10)
Esophageal Atresia
520(1)
Imperforate Anus
521(1)
Hernias
521(2)
Spina Bifida
523(2)
Nursing Process in Caring for the Newborn With Myelomeningocele
525(3)
Hydrocephalus
526(2)
Nursing Process in Caring for the Postoperative Newborn With Hydrocephalus
528(10)
Development of the Heart
530(1)
Common Types of Congenital Heart Defects
530(4)
Risk Factors
534(1)
Clinical Presentation
534(1)
Treatment and the Nurse's Role
535(1)
Congenital Talipes Equinovarus
536(1)
Congenital Hip Dysplasia
537(1)
Nursing Process in Caring for the Newborn in an Orthopedic Device or Cast
538(5)
Hypospadias and Epispadias
540(1)
Exstrophy of the Bladder
540(3)
Ambiguous Genitalia
543(1)
Inborn Errors of Metabolism
543(2)
Phenylketonuria
543(1)
Galactosemia
544(1)
Congenital Hypothyroidism
544(1)
Maple Syrup Urine Disease
545(1)
Chromosomal Abnormalities
545(6)
Down Syndrome
545(1)
Turner Syndrome
546(1)
Klinefelter Syndrome
547(4)
UNIT 7 Health Promotion for Normal Growth and Development
551(112)
Principles of Growth and Development
553(18)
Principles of Growth and Development
554(1)
Foundations of growth and development
554(1)
Factors related to growth and development
554(1)
Influences on Growth and Development
555(5)
Genetics
555(1)
Nutrition
556(1)
Environment
557(3)
The Nurse's Role Related to Growth and Development
560(1)
Theories of Child Development
561(10)
Sigmund Freud
561(2)
Erik Erikson
563(2)
Jean Piaget
565(1)
Lawrence Kohlberg
565(1)
Other Theorists
566(5)
Growth and Development of the Infant: 28 Days to 1 Year
571(21)
Physical Development
572(2)
Head and Skull
572(1)
Skeletal Growth and Maturation
573(1)
Eruption of Deciduous Teeth
573(1)
Circulatory System
573(1)
Body Temperature and Respiratory Rate
574(1)
Neuromuscular Development
574(1)
Psychosocial Development
574(4)
Nutrition
578(4)
Addition of Solid Foods
579(3)
Weaning the Infant
582(1)
Women, Infants, and Children Food Program
582(1)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
582(5)
Routine Checkups
582(1)
Immunizations
583(1)
Family Teaching
584(2)
Accident Prevention
586(1)
The Infant in the Health Care Facility
587(5)
Parent-Nurse Relationship
588(4)
Growth and Development of the Toddler: 1 to 3 Years
592(19)
Physical Development
593(1)
Psychosocial Development
594(4)
Behavioral Characteristics
594(2)
Play
596(1)
Discipline
596(1)
Sharing With a New Baby
597(1)
Nutrition
598(1)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
598(7)
Routine Checkups
599(1)
Family Teaching
599(4)
Accident Prevention
603(2)
The Toddler in the Health Care Facility
605(6)
Special Considerations
606(5)
Growth and Development of the Preschool Child: 3 to 6 Years
611(15)
Physical Development
612(2)
Growth Rate
612(1)
Dentition
612(1)
Visual Development
612(1)
Skeletal Growth
613(1)
Psychosocial Development
614(4)
Language Development
614(1)
Development of Imagination
614(1)
Sexual Development
615(1)
Social Development
616(2)
Nutrition
618(1)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
619(3)
Routine Checkups
619(1)
Family Teaching
619(1)
Accident Prevention
620(1)
Infection Prevention
621(1)
The Preschooler in the Health Care Facility
622(4)
Growth and Development of the School-Age Child: 6 to 10 Years
626(17)
Physical Development
627(1)
Growth
627(1)
Dentition
627(1)
Skeletal Growth
627(1)
Psychosocial Development
628(4)
The Child From Ages 6 to 7 Years
630(1)
The Child From Ages 7 to 10 Years
630(2)
Nutrition
632(1)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
633(4)
Routine Checkups
633(1)
Family Teaching
633(2)
Health Education
635(1)
Accident Prevention
636(1)
The School-Age Child in the Health Care Facility
637(6)
Growth and Development of the Adolescent: 11 to 18 Years
643(20)
Preadolescent Development
644(2)
Physical Development
644(1)
Preparation for Adolescence
645(1)
Adolescent Development
646(2)
Physical Development
646(1)
Psychosocial Development
646(1)
Personality Development
646(2)
Body Image
648(1)
Nutrition
648(3)
Ethnic and Cultural Influences
649(2)
Health Promotion and Maintenance
651(7)
Routine Checkups
651(1)
Family Teaching
652(1)
Health Education and Counseling
652(5)
Accident Prevention
657(1)
The Adolescent in the Health Care Facility
658(5)
UNIT 8 Foundations of Pediatric Health Care
663(110)
Assessment of the Child (Data Collection)
665(21)
Collecting Subjective Data
666(5)
Conducting the Client Interview
666(1)
Obtaining a Client History
667(4)
Collecting Objective Data
671(15)
General Status
671(2)
Measuring Height and Weight
673(1)
Measuring Head Circumference
674(1)
Vital Signs
674(4)
Providing a Physical Examination
678(4)
Assisting With Common Diagnostic Tests
682(4)
Care of the Hospitalized Child
686(20)
The Pediatric Hospital Setting
687(5)
Early Childhood Education About Hospitals
687(1)
The Pediatric Unit Atmosphere
688(1)
Pediatric Intensive Care Units
689(1)
Infection Control in the Pediatric Setting
689(2)
Importance of Caregiver Participation
691(1)
Admission and Discharge Planning
692(2)
Planned Admissions
692(1)
Emergency Admissions
693(1)
The Admission Interview
693(1)
The Admission Physical Examination
693(1)
Discharge Planning
693(1)
The Child Undergoing Surgery
694(5)
Preoperative Care
694(2)
Postoperative Care
696(3)
The Hospital Play Program
699(2)
The Hospital Play Environment
699(1)
Therapeutic Play
700(1)
Play Material
700(1)
Safety
701(5)
Procedures and Treatments
706(18)
Nurse's Role in Preparation and Follow-up
707(1)
Preparation for Procedures
707(1)
Follow-up for Procedures
708(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Position
708(3)
Restraints
708(2)
Transporting
710(1)
Holding
710(1)
Sleeping
710(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Elevated Body Temperature
711(1)
Control of Environmental Factors
711(1)
Cooling Devices
711(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Feeding and Nutrition
711(3)
Intake and Output
711(1)
Gavage Feeding
711(2)
Gastrostomy Feeding
713(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Respiration
714(1)
Oxygen Administration
714(1)
Nasal/Oral Suctioning
715(1)
Tracheostomy
715(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Circulation
715(1)
Heat Therapy
715(1)
Cold Therapy
716(1)
Performing Procedures Related to Elimination
716(1)
Enema
716(1)
Ostomies
716(1)
Performing Procedures for Specimen Collection
716(2)
Nose and Throat Specimen
717(1)
Urine Specimens
717(1)
Stool Specimens
718(1)
Assisting With Procedures Related to Collection of Blood and Spinal Fluid
718(1)
Blood Collection
718(1)
Lumbar Puncture
719(1)
Assisting With Procedures Related to Diagnostic Tests and Studies
719(5)
Medication Administration and Intravenous Therapy
724(17)
Medication Administration
725(8)
Computing Dosages
727(2)
Oral Medication
729(1)
Intramuscular Medication
729(1)
Other Routes of Medication Administration
729(4)
Intravenous Therapy
733(8)
Fundamentals of Fluid Balance
733(2)
Intravenous Fluid Administration
735(1)
Intravenous Medication
735(1)
Intravenous Sites
735(1)
Infusion Control
736(5)
The Child With a Chronic Health Problem
741(13)
Common Problems in Chronic Illness
742(1)
Effects of Chronic Illness on the Family
742(3)
Parents and Chronic Illness
742(1)
The Child and Chronic Illness
743(1)
Siblings and Chronic Illness
744(1)
Nursing Process in Caring for a Child With a Chronic Illness
745(9)
The Dying Child
754(19)
The Nurse's Reaction to Death and Dying
755(1)
The Child's Understanding of Death
756(4)
Developmental Stage
756(2)
Experience With Death and Loss
758(1)
Awareness of Impending Death
759(1)
The Family's Reaction to Dying and Death
760(4)
Family Caregivers
761(1)
The Child
762(1)
Siblings
763(1)
Settings for Care of the Dying Child
764(1)
Hospice Care
764(1)
Home Care
764(1)
Hospital Care
764(1)
Nursing Process for the Dying Child
765(8)
UNIT 9 The Child with a Major Illness
773(246)
The Child With Sensory/Neurologic Disorders
775(34)
Growth and Development of the Eyes, Ears, and Nervous System
776(1)
The Nervous System
776(1)
Sensory Organs
776(1)
Vision Impairment
777(2)
Types of Vision Impairment
777(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
777(2)
Treatment and Education
779(1)
Nursing Care for the Visually Impaired Child
779(1)
Eye Conditions
779(3)
Cataracts
779(1)
Glaucoma
779(1)
Strabismus
780(1)
Eye Injury and Foreign Objects in the Eye
780(1)
Eye Infections
781(1)
Nursing Care for the Child Undergoing Eye Surgery
781(1)
Hearing Impairment
782(2)
Types of Hearing Impairment
782(1)
Clinical Manifestations
782(1)
Diagnosis
782(1)
Treatment and Education
783(1)
Nursing Care for the Deaf Child
784(1)
Otitis Media
784(2)
Clinical Manifestations
784(1)
Diagnosis
784(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
785(1)
Insertion of Foreign Bodies Into the Ear or Nose
786(1)
Reye Syndrome
786(1)
Clinical Manifestations
786(1)
Diagnosis
786(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
786(1)
Haemophilus influenzae Meningitis
787(1)
Clinical Manifestations
787(1)
Diagnosis
787(1)
Treatment
787(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Meningitis
788(2)
Acute or Nonrecurrent Seizures
790(1)
Clinical Manifestations
790(1)
Diagnosis
790(1)
Treatment
790(1)
Nursing Process for the Child at Risk for Seizures
790(1)
Seizure Disorders
791(3)
Clinical Manifestations
791(1)
Diagnosis
791(1)
Treatment
792(2)
Nursing Care
794(1)
Cerebral Palsy
794(4)
Causes
795(1)
Prevention
795(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Types
795(1)
Diagnosis
796(1)
Treatment and Special Aids
796(1)
Nursing Care
797(1)
Mental Retardation
798(2)
Causes
798(1)
Clinical Manifestations of the Mentally Retarded Child
799(1)
Treatment and Education
799(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Cognitive Impairment
800(3)
Head Injuries
803(2)
Drowning
805(4)
Respiratory System Disorders
809(31)
Growth and Development of the Respiratory System
810(1)
Acute Nasopharyngitis (Common Cold)
810(1)
Clinical Manifestations
811(1)
Diagnosis
811(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
811(1)
Allergic Rhinitis (Hay Fever)
811(1)
Clinical Manifestations
811(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
812(1)
Tonsillitis and Adenoiditis
812(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
812(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
812(1)
Nursing Process for the Child Having a Tonsillectomy
812(2)
Croup Syndromes
814(1)
Spasmodic Laryngitis
814(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
814(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
814(1)
Acute Laryngotracheobronchitis
814(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
815(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
815(1)
Epiglottitis
815(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
815(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
815(1)
Acute Bronchiolitis/Respiratory Syncytial Virus Infection
816(1)
Clinical Manifestations
816(1)
Diagnosis
816(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
816(1)
Asthma
816(5)
Clinical Manifestations
817(1)
Diagnosis
817(1)
Treatment
817(4)
Nursing Process for the Child With Asthma
821(2)
Bacterial Pneumonia
823(1)
Clinical Manifestations
824(1)
Diagnosis
824(1)
Treatment
824(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Pneumonia
824(5)
Cystic Fibrosis
829(4)
Clinical Manifestations
829(1)
Diagnosis
830(1)
Treatment
830(3)
Nursing Process for the Child With Cystic Fibrosis
833(2)
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
835(5)
Clinical Manifestations
835(1)
Diagnosis
835(1)
Treatment
836(1)
Prevention
836(4)
The Child With Cardiovascular/Hematologic Disorders
840(26)
Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular and Hematologic System
841(1)
Differences Between the Child's and Adult's Cardiovascular and Hematologic Systems
841(1)
Congestive Heart Failure
842(1)
Clinical Manifestations
842(1)
Diagnosis
842(1)
Treatment
842(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Congestive Heart Failure
843(1)
Rheumatic Fever
844(2)
Clinical Manifestations
844(1)
Diagnosis
844(1)
Treatment
844(2)
Prevention
846(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Rheumatic Fever
846(2)
Kawasaki Disease
848(1)
Clinical Manifestations
848(1)
Diagnosis
848(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
849(1)
Iron Deficiency Anemia
849(1)
Clinical Manifestations
849(1)
Diagnosis
849(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
849(1)
Sickle Cell Disease
850(1)
Clinical Manifestations
850(1)
Diagnosis
851(1)
Treatment
851(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Sickle Cell Crisis
851(2)
Thalassemia
853(1)
Clinical Manifestations
853(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
853(1)
Hemophilia
853(2)
Mechanism of Clot Formation
853(1)
Clinical Manifestations
854(1)
Diagnosis
854(1)
Common Types of Hemophilia
854(1)
Treatment
854(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Hemophilia
855(3)
Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
858(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
858(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
858(1)
Acute Leukemia
858(1)
Pathophysiology
858(1)
Clinical Manifestations
858(1)
Diagnosis
858(1)
Treatment
859(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Leukemia
859(7)
The Child With Gastrointestinal/Endocrine Disorders
866(44)
Growth and Development of the Gastrointestinal and Endocrine Systems
867(1)
Gastrointestinal System
868(1)
Endocrine System and Hormonal Function
868(1)
Gastrointestinal Disorders
868(1)
Pyloric Stenosis
868(1)
Clinical Manifestations
869(1)
Diagnosis
869(1)
Treatment
869(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Pyloric Stenosis
869(3)
Celiac Syndrome
872(1)
Clinical Manifestations
872(1)
Diagnosis and Treatment
872(1)
Nursing Care
873(1)
Congenital Aganglionic Megacolon
873(1)
Clinical Manifestations
873(1)
Diagnosis
874(1)
Treatment
874(1)
Nursing Process for the Child Undergoing Surgery for Congenital Aganglionic Megacolon
874(2)
Intussusception
876(2)
Clinical Manifestations
877(1)
Diagnosis
877(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
877(1)
Gastroesophageal Reflux
878(1)
Clinical Manifestations
878(1)
Diagnosis and Treatment
878(1)
Nursing Care
878(1)
Diarrhea and Gastroenteritis
878(1)
Clinical Manifestations
878(1)
Diagnosis
879(1)
Treatment
879(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Diarrhea and Gastroenteritis
879(3)
Colic
882(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
882(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
883(1)
Appendicitis
883(1)
Clinical Manifestations
883(1)
Treatment
883(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Appendicitis
883(2)
Malnutrition and Nutritional Problems
885(2)
Protein Malnutrition
885(1)
Vitamin Deficiency Diseases
886(1)
Mineral Insufficiencies
886(1)
Food Allergies
886(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Nutritional Problems
887(2)
Enterobiasis (Pinworm Infection)
889(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
889(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
890(1)
Roundworms
890(1)
Hookworms
890(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
890(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
890(1)
Giardiasis
891(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Treatment
891(1)
Nursing Care
891(1)
Ingestion of Toxic Substances
891(1)
Emergency Treatment
892(1)
Lead Poisoning (Plumbism)
892(3)
Sources of Chronic Lead Poisoning
892(2)
Clinical Manifestations
894(1)
Diagnosis
894(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
894(1)
Prognosis
894(1)
Ingestion of Foreign Objects
895(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
895(1)
Endocrine Disorders
895(1)
Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
895(4)
Pathogenesis
896(1)
Clinical Manifestations
896(1)
Diagnosis
897(1)
Treatment
897(2)
Nursing Process for the Child With Type 1 Diabetes Mellitus
899(11)
The Child With Genitourinary Disorders
910(15)
Growth and Development of the Genitourinary System
911(1)
Urinary Tract Infections
911(1)
Clinical Manifestations
912(1)
Diagnosis
912(1)
Treatment
912(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With a Urinary Tract Infection
912(1)
Enuresis
913(1)
Nephrotic Syndrome
914(1)
Clinical Manifestations
914(1)
Diagnosis
915(1)
Treatment
915(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Nephrotic Syndrome
915(3)
Acute Glomerulonephritis
918(1)
Clinical Manifestations
918(1)
Treatment
918(1)
Nursing Care
918(1)
Wilms' Tumor (Nephroblastoma)
919(1)
Hydrocele
919(1)
Cryptorchidism
919(1)
Menstrual Disorders
919(2)
Premenstrual Syndrome
919(1)
Dysmenorrhea
920(1)
Amenorrhea
920(1)
Vaginitis
921(4)
The Child With Musculoskeletal Disorders
925(20)
Growth and Development of the Musculoskeletal System
926(1)
Fractures
926(7)
Treatment and Nursing Care
926(7)
Osteomyelitis
933(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
933(1)
Treatment
933(1)
Nursing Care
934(1)
Muscular Dystrophy
934(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
934(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
935(1)
Legg-Calve-Perthes Disease (Coxa Plana)
935(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
935(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
935(1)
Osteosarcoma
936(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
936(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
936(1)
Ewing's Sarcoma
936(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
936(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
936(1)
Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis
936(2)
Clinical Manifestations
936(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
936(2)
Scoliosis
938(2)
Diagnosis
938(1)
Treatment
939(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Scoliosis Requiring a Brace
940(5)
The Child With Integumentary Disorders/Communicable Diseases
945(41)
Growth and Development of the Integumentary and Immune System
946(1)
Seborrheic Dermatitis
947(1)
Miliaria Rubra
947(1)
Clinical Manifestations
947(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
947(1)
Diaper Rash
947(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
947(1)
Candidiasis
948(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
948(1)
Impetigo
948(1)
Nursing Care
948(1)
Acne Vulgaris
949(1)
Clinical Manifestations
949(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
949(1)
Fungal Infections
950(1)
Clinical Manifestations
950(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
950(1)
Parasitic Infections
951(1)
Clinical Manifestations
951(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
951(1)
Scabies
952(1)
Clinical Manifestations
952(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
952(1)
Allergic Disorders
952(2)
Clinical Manifestations
953(1)
Diagnosis
953(1)
Treatment
954(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Eczema
954(2)
Skin Allergies
956(1)
Clinical Manifestations
956(1)
Treatment
956(1)
Bites
956(1)
Burns
957(6)
Types of Burns
958(1)
Emergency Treatment
959(1)
Treatment of Moderate to Severe Burns: First Phase---48 to 72 Hours
960(3)
Complications
963(1)
Long-term Care
963(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With a Burn
963(5)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
968(4)
Clinical Manifestations
970(1)
Treatment
971(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With AIDS
972(3)
Infectious Mononucleosis
975(1)
Clinical Manifestations
976(1)
Diagnosis
976(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
976(1)
Communicable Diseases of Childhood
976(10)
Prevention
980(1)
Nursing Care
980(6)
The Child With Psychosocial Disorders
986(33)
Autism
987(1)
Clinical Manifestations
987(1)
Diagnosis
988(1)
Treatment
988(1)
Nursing Care
988(1)
Suicide
988(2)
Clinical Manifestations
989(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
989(1)
Substance Abuse
990(1)
Prevention and Treatment
990(1)
Alcohol Abuse
990(2)
Tobacco Abuse
992(1)
Marijuana Abuse
992(1)
Cocaine Abuse
992(1)
Narcotic Abuse
993(1)
Other Abused Drugs
993(1)
Parents Addicted to Drugs or Alcohol
994(1)
Effects on the Family
994(1)
Children Coping With Parental Addiction
994(1)
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
995(1)
Clinical Manifestations
995(1)
Diagnosis
996(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
996(1)
Enuresis and Encopresis
996(1)
Nonorganic Failure to Thrive
996(2)
Clinical Manifestations
997(1)
Diagnosis
997(1)
Treatment
997(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Nonorganic Failure to Thrive
998(1)
Eating Disorders
999(1)
Anorexia Nervosa
999(1)
Characteristics
999(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
999(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
1000(1)
Bulimia
1000(1)
Clinical Manifestations and Diagnosis
1000(1)
Treatment
1001(1)
Nursing Process for the Child With Anorexia Nervosa or Bulimia
1001(5)
Obesity
1006(1)
School Phobia
1006(1)
Clinical Manifestations
1006(1)
Treatment and Nursing Care
1006(1)
Child Abuse
1007(1)
Physical Abuse
1008(1)
Shaken Baby Syndrome
1009(1)
Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy
1010(1)
Emotional Abuse and Neglect
1010(1)
Sexual Abuse
1011(1)
Nursing Process for the Child Who Is Abused
1011(8)
Glossary 1019(16)
English-Spanish Glossary 1035(4)
Answers to Workbook Questions 1039(38)
Appendix A: Standard and Transmission-Based Precautions 1077(2)
Appendix B: Nanda-Approved Nursing Diagnoses 1079(3)
Appendix C: JCAHO ``Do Not Use'' List of Abbreviations 1082(1)
Appendix D: Good Sources of Essential Nutrients 1083(1)
Appendix E: Breast-feeding and Medication Use 1084(2)
Appendix F: Cervical Dilation Chart 1086(1)
Appendix G: Growth Charts 1087(6)
Appendix H: Pulse, Respiration, and Blood Pressu Values in Children 1093(1)
Appendix I: Temperature and Weight Conversion Charts 1094(3)
Appendix J: Communicating With Children and Family Caregivers 1097(4)
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