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Nursing Key Topics Review: Pediatrics - E-Book
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Study efficiently with Nursing Key Topics Review: Pediatrics! This quick review and accompanying mobile web app focus on the most critical, practical, and relevant maternal nursing information to prepare you for success on course exams.  Concise coverage includes topics from physical assessment and family-centered care to laboratory tests, nursing interventions, and care of the child with issues such as respiratory or cardiac problems.  Summary tables and quick, bulleted lists make it easier to glance through and remember concepts.   Mobile web app audio summaries reinforce content when you are on the go. Best of all, it's easy to assess your understanding as you go along - because key pediatric topics are always immediately followed by review questions with correct answers and rationales.


  1. Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing
  2. Growth, Development, and Physical Assessment
  3. Family-Centered Care of the Newborn
  4. Play 
  5.  Common Laboratory Tests
  6. Pediatric Nursing Interventions
  7. Care of the Hospitalized Child and Family
  8. Pain
  9. Death and Dying
  10. Family-Centered Care of the Infant and Young Child
  11. Family-Centered Care of the School Age and Adolescent
  12. Care of the Child with Respiratory Problems
  13. Care of the Child with Cardiac Problems
  14. Care of the Child with Hematologic or Immunologic Problems
  15. Care of the Child with Genitourinary and Reproductive Problems
  16. Care of the Child with Gastrointestinal Problems
  17. Care of the Child with Neurologic, Sensory Dysfunction, and Muscular Dysfunction 
  18. Care of the Child with Musculoskeletal or Articular Dysfunction 
  19. Care of the Child with Integumentary Problems 
  20.  Special Considerations in the Nursing Care of Children and Families


ISBN-13: 9780323449335
Publisher: Elsevier
Publication date: November, 2016
Pages: 480

Subcategories: Nursing, Paediatrics and Neonatal