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  • 1 Introduction to pediatric nursing
    • Role of the pediatric nurse
    • Family-centered care
    • Power to the people
    • Standards of care
    • Room for improvement
    • Acute isn’t cute
    • Risky business
    • Solid start
    • Building on success
    • In kids’ corner
    • A closer look at the family
    • Nuclear family
    • Blended family
    • Add two or more children, mix well . . .
    • . . . but don’t spread too thin
    • Cohabitation family
    • Extended family
    • Single-parent family
    • Bonded . . .
    • . . . and ready for a nap
    • Communal family
    • Foster family
    • Sociocultural influences on pediatric health
    • Ethnicity
    • Father knows best
    • Grin and bear it
    • Hold the pickles, hold the meat
    • Socioeconomic factors
    • Planes, trains, and automobiles
    • Calling in sick
    • Religion
    • School
    • Peer influences
    • Health-related beliefs and practices
    • Once bitten
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 2 Concepts in pediatric nursing care
    • Principles of growth and development
    • Stages of development
    • Factors that influence growth and development
    • Task master
    • Ain’t got no culture
    • I could have been a contender
    • Normal to me, taboo to you
    • Brain food
    • Teach your children well
    • Theories of development
    • Psychosocial development
    • He trusts me, he trusts me not
    • Weighing the pros . . .
    • . . . and the cons
    • Hopeful today, caring tomorrow
    • Cognitive development
    • Some people never grow up!
    • No problem too big
    • Psychosexual development
    • Sexual feelings
    • I can’t get no . . . satisfaction
    • Moral development
    • Born free . . . of morals, that is!
    • Can we talk?
    • Caring for the hospitalized child
    • No place like home
    • Minimizing the trauma of hospitalization
    • Always be prepared
    • Specialist on the job
    • Keep it in the family
    • Caring for the special needs child
    • Chronic illness and disability
    • Flexibility required
    • On the rise
    • Hey, what about me?
    • Consult the experts
    • Be all that you can be
    • A little help, please
    • Caring for the terminally ill child
    • Dealing with a terminal illness
    • To stay or to go—that is the question
    • It’s a roller coaster ride
    • Tell me no lies
    • Maximum control
    • Strong like a bull? Not always!
    • Pain in the pediatric patient
    • My kingdom for a word
    • Assessing pain
    • Wanna play 20 questions?
    • No wonder they call ‘em vital
    • Where’s that toolbox?
    • Painful measures
    • Speaking of pain
    • Behavioral responses to pain
    • Look at that face!
    • Older signs
    • Hush-a-bye, why do you cry?
    • Silent cry
    • Looks can be deceiving
    • Translation needed
    • Check the mirror
    • Managing pain
    • Choose your weapon . . .
    • . . . and pick a route
    • Hip hooray for PCA!
    • Acetaminophen anyone?
    • Who said NSAIDs?
    • Wrap ‘em up
    • You’re getting sleepy—very sleepy
    • Charms to soothe
    • Sucking on sucrose
    • Preparing pediatric medications
    • Pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics
    • Acid, protein, and water . . . oh my!
    • Dosage calculations
    • Shifting weight
    • Penicillin problem
    • The plot thickens
    • Administering pediatric medications
    • Oral route
    • A spoonful of sugar
    • Nasal route
    • Drop in the bucket?
    • The nose knows
    • Up your nose with a . . . sprayer
    • Optic route
    • The eyes have it
    • Otic route
    • In one ear . . .
    • Rectal route
    • How it’s supposed to go
    • NG, OG, or gastrostomy route
    • Past the lips, past the gums . . .
    • Inhalation route
    • I.M. and S.C. routes
    • S.C. P’s and Q’s
    • I.M. formation
    • Intraosseous route
    • I.V. therapy
    • Access granted
    • On a short leash
    • By foot or by scalp . . . we shall prevail
    • Have no fear—no tourniquet here
    • Check, check, and check again
    • Infiltrate and irritate
    • Calculation trio
    • Fluid formula for tiny tots . . .
    • . . . middleweights . . .
    • . . . and bigger kids too
    • Maintenance mystery
    • Calorie-conscious calculation
    • Daily dilemma
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 3 Infancy
    • A closer look at the infant
    • System development
    • Hold your head up!
    • Extreme CNS makeover
    • Converge, stare, and search
    • Cardiopulmonary drama
    • Physical development
    • Trunk first, legs to follow
    • Don’t get a big head
    • Palpation and pulsation
    • A little drool, a big eruption
    • Psychological development
    • Cry me a river
    • Smile and say “eh”
    • Stranger danger
    • I’d like to buy a vowel
    • Infant of few words
    • Mimicking Mommy
    • Social butterfly
    • On stage with Piaget
    • Maintaining health
    • Nutrition guidelines
    • I demand my 10 to 15!
    • No moo cows, please
    • Unlocking the secret formula
    • Slow and steady to bottle-ready
    • Rice is nice
    • Allow the allergens
    • Fingers before forks
    • Sleep and rest guidelines
    • To sleep, per chance to . . . wake up and eat!
    • Dental hygiene
    • Pass the paste
    • Injury prevention
    • Child passenger safety
    • Aspiration
    • Falls
    • Childproofing
    • Accidental ingestions
    • Health problems
    • Colic
    • Failure to thrive/weight faltering
    • Regurgitation
    • Probing the problem
    • Slow stomach
    • Sudden infant death syndrome and sleep-related infant deaths
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 4 Early childhood
    • Toddlerhood
    • Physical development
    • Two’s take off
    • Three’s relax
    • Psychological development
    • Now we’re talking
    • Talk about progress!
    • Putting the “no” in autonomous
    • New rules, new game
    • Familiar at home, foreign at the store
    • That’s using my head
    • Sincerest form of flattery
    • Keys to health
    • You eat what you are
    • Good night, sleepyhead
    • Timing is everything
    • Coping with concerns
    • It’s in his head, too
    • Ready, set, go potty!
    • Step-by-step
    • Hush little baby, don’t throw a fit
    • Annoying but normal
    • No, non, nein!
    • Apple or grape?
    • Frustration-free zone
    • Tackle the triggers
    • Anxiety antidote
    • Slow, low, small, and clear
    • Preschool
    • Physical development
    • Fabulous 4 and 5
    • Psychological development
    • Come one; come all
    • Ch-, ch-, ch-, ch-, changes!
    • It’s all about me!
    • Call it children’s intuition
    • Friends at the top
    • Keys to health
    • Make pleasant conversation
    • No food fights
    • Monsters under the bed
    • Coping with concerns
    • Who you gonna call? Ghostbusters!
    • Injury prevention
    • Aspiration
    • Burns
    • Hot stuff
    • Hot potato
    • The great escape
    • Drowning
    • Water, water, everywhere
    • Falls
    • Movin’ on up
    • Motor vehicle and bicycle injuries
    • Look both ways
    • Poisoning
    • Please don’t eat the daisies
    • Suffocation
    • Health problems
    • Child abuse and neglect
    • Vicious cycle
    • It was an accident
    • It’s the law
    • Acting it out
    • When things don’t add up
    • Calling in the cavalry
    • The “A” team
    • Lead poisoning
    • A little snooping
    • Casting judgment
    • Chelation ‘til completion
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 5 Middle childhood and adolescence
    • School age
    • Physical development
    • Ladies first
    • No more excuses
    • Jumpin’ in feet first
    • Leggy and hippy
    • No turning back
    • Psychological development
    • Pick a clique
    • Handle with care: Sensitive to ridicule
    • Try to remember
    • “Because I said so”
    • Mom’s still the bomb
    • Earth-bound
    • Keys to health
    • Things that go bump in the night
    • Clicking the remote doesn’t count
    • Coping with concerns
    • Scary school
    • Low on dough
    • What’s yours is mine
    • Adolescence
    • Physical development
    • Terrible teens
    • It’s a girl thing
    • Boys will be boys . . . until they’re men
    • Psychological development
    • That’s what friends are for
    • Rebel with a question
    • The young and the tasteless
    • When girls no longer have cooties
    • I can see clearly now . . .
    • One step forward, two steps back
    • In with the in-crowd
    • At long last—my own person
    • What’s the meaning of life?
    • Look, Mom, I’m legal!
    • Keys to health
    • Run a little, eat a lot
    • Got milk?
    • Use ‘em or lose ‘em
    • Running from depression
    • Coping with concerns
    • No laughing matter
    • Dangling the bait
    • A slippery slope
    • Injury prevention
    • Firearms
    • Motor vehicle accidents
    • Will parallel parking be on the final exam?
    • Texting while driving
    • Buckled up for safety
    • A deadly mix
    • Risk-taking behaviors
    • Risky business
    • Sports injuries
    • Injury protection
    • Slow down, you move too fast
    • Health problems
    • Alcohol and drug abuse
    • It’s old school
    • Psychologically speaking
    • Socioculturally speaking
    • Ups and downs
    • Something smells fishy
    • I’ve got a secret
    • Symptom support
    • Slowly but surely
    • When the party’s over
    • Anorexia nervosa
    • The skinny on being skinny
    • Girl power?
    • Related risks
    • Cold, constipated, weak, and absent
    • Guilty, impaired, and needing to please
    • Bring out the troops
    • Express for success
    • Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder
    • One in every classroom . . .
    • . . . and in the office, too
    • So many things to do . . .
    • Looking for the label
    • Meals matter
    • Report and support
    • Obesity
    • Equality of the sexes
    • Vim and vigor
    • Sexually transmitted infections
    • They’re everywhere
    • I.D. the STI
    • Privacy is paramount
    • Suicide and attempted suicide
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 6 Infectious diseases and immunizations
    • Infection
    • Chain of infection
    • Immature immunity
    • Stages of infection
    • Cover your mouth, please
    • Immune protection
    • Methods of obtaining immune protection
    • A gift that keeps on giving . . .
    • . . . for up to 2 months
    • Types of immunizations
    • Weak but stimulating
    • Measles, mumps, and rubella—itch, ouch
    • Inactive but popular
    • Immunization schedule
    • Baby’s first vaccine
    • Positive mom, need an extra vaccine
    • Three for PedvaxHIB . . .
    • . . . Hiberix, Act get one dose more
    • Intact immunity required
    • Two for teens and teens for two . . .
    • Who gets it?
    • Contraindications to vaccine administration
    • Bacterial infections
    • A class by any other class
    • The young and the susceptible
    • Diphtheria
    • Obstruction production
    • It’s a cover-up
    • No time to waste
    • Too close for comfort
    • Diagnose, then act
    • Haemophilus influenzae type B
    • The invasion begins
    • All systems aren’t go
    • Not-so-honorable mention
    • You’d be irritable too
    • Tender to the touch
    • Not the time to procrastinate
    • Stamp out colonization
    • Lyme disease
    • Tick tock
    • The rash that knows no bounds
    • More reasons to treat
    • Pertussis
    • The cough of the giant crane
    • Flushing and draining
    • Tetanus
    • No room at the inn
    • Axon reaction
    • Ten-year reunion
    • Close encounter with a rusty nail
    • Child care essentials
    • Viral infections
    • Rash of rashes
    • Not so rash
    • Fifth disease
    • The fifth dimension
    • A slap in the face
    • Spare the hands, spoil the feet
    • Pregnant? Watch out!
    • Don’t fence me in
    • Mumps
    • Poliomyelitis
    • Oral is ousted
    • What’s in a name?
    • Roseola infantum
    • Don’t be rash
    • Rubella
    • Not so pretty in pink
    • Pregnant women, beware
    • Rubeola
    • You look acute
    • Varicella
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 7 Neurologic problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Central nervous system
    • Central command
    • The incredible expanding brain
    • Separated at birth
    • A mass of nerves in a house of bones
    • Other noteworthy figures
    • Bridging the hemispheres
    • Not the piercing kind
    • Passing the baton
    • The body’s thermostat
    • Delicate and impulsive
    • Clear liquid with a protein chaser
    • Better than a bubble bath
    • Can you hear me now?
    • Peripheral nervous system
    • It’s rude to interrupt
    • Autonomic nervous system
    • Neurologic assessment
    • Mini-assessment
    • Glasgow Coma Scale
    • Motor function
    • Myelination mastery
    • Reflex rules
    • How strong are you?
    • Pupillary response
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Minimizing emotional trauma
    • Big kids do cry
    • A job well done
    • Specialist to the rescue
    • CT scan
    • EEG
    • Lumbar puncture
    • Maintain, encourage, assess
    • MRI
    • PET scan
    • Ventricular tap
    • Going in
    • Procedures and treatments
    • Intracranial pressure monitoring
    • Look closely . . .
    • Less invasive
    • Sorry, not for everyone
    • VP shunt insertion
    • A special sleep
    • Monitor and measure
    • Neurologic disorders
    • Bacterial meningitis
    • Still strong
    • Bigger kids
    • No antibiotics needed if culture results come back negative
    • Brain tumors
    • Common in kids
    • Treatment of choice
    • Better safe than sorry
    • High temp, cool blanket
    • Hair today, gone tomorrow
    • Cerebral palsy
    • In the womb
    • A shaky start
    • A traumatic legacy
    • Correct those contractures
    • Skilled labor of love
    • Down syndrome
    • A special gift
    • Amnio alert
    • Just the way you are
    • Teaching symptoms
    • The thrill of success
    • Duchenne’s muscular dystrophy
    • Rapid changes
    • Heels, hips, and knees
    • Bring in the troops
    • Guillain-Barré syndrome
    • What’s myelin is your-e-lin
    • Weak from the legs up
    • From dysfunction to failure
    • Survey the signs
    • Squash the stress
    • Hydrocephalus
    • CSF overload
    • The setting sun
    • Rigid, noisy, and irritable
    • It’s tubular
    • Straight to the heart
    • Shunt care 101
    • Neural tube defects
    • What’s in the sac?
    • Gone too soon
    • Search the sacrum
    • Sac on the back
    • Poor prognosis
    • Latex liability
    • Scheduled for surgery
    • No pressure, please
    • Teach and support
    • Reye’s syndrome
    • Equal opportunity syndrome
    • Nada to ASA
    • Respiratory inventory
    • Know your neuro
    • Seizure disorders
    • Consciously electric
    • Cellular excitement
    • CT, MRI—both can help identify
    • Kudos for ketogenic
    • Keep it cool
    • Out with the noise, in with the calm
    • A helping hand
    • It takes a village
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 8 Cardiovascular problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Structures of the heart
    • Equal at birth
    • Location, leaflets, and muscles
    • Lovely leaflets
    • Circulation
    • A long day’s journey
    • Return to sender
    • Pulmonary role reversal
    • Conduction system
    • Bundles and branches
    • Cardiac physiology
    • Chillin’ with homeostasis
    • Cardiac adaptations at birth
    • Perfusion only—no exchange
    • Farewell placenta, hello lungs!
    • Many keys, one lock
    • Out with fluid, in with air
    • The drama unfolds
    • Out of a job
    • Murmurs
    • Sit, stand, recline
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Echocardiography
    • Ultrasound-endoscopy combo
    • Electrocardiography
    • Magnetic resonance imaging
    • Exercise testing
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Teach expectations
    • Valve replacement
    • Heed the signs
    • Cardiac catheterization
    • Measure for measure
    • Cardiac surgery
    • Heart-lung vacation
    • Keep the heat
    • Turn and breathe
    • Rx: TLC
    • Cardiac transplantation
    • One of two
    • Who knows UNOS?
    • Crucial 6 months
    • The hard part is over
    • Congenital heart defects that increase pulmonary blood flow
    • Atrial septal defect
    • ASDs come in threes
    • Benign when small
    • Enlarge and dilate
    • Procrastination preferred
    • Patent ductus arteriosus
    • Postdated PDA
    • Smaller is better
    • Back to the aorta
    • Reverse to cyanosis
    • Explain, prepare, meet, and greet
    • Tell one, tell all
    • Ventricular septal defect
    • Undercover VSD
    • Leading with the left
    • Congenital obstructive defects
    • Coarctation of the aorta
    • Under pressure
    • A leggy problem
    • Resect, patch, ligate
    • Bigger and bigger
    • Postop checklist
    • Stenosis, aortic
    • Postsurgical steps
    • Stenosis, pulmonic
    • Mixed congenital heart defects
    • Hypoplastic left heart syndrome
    • Close call
    • Certain surgery
    • Transposition of the great arteries
    • Up, up and away
    • Go with the flow
    • Congenital heart defects that decrease pulmonary blood flow
    • Tetralogy of Fallot
    • Tricuspid atresia
    • Other cardiovascular disorders
    • Endocarditis
    • The root of the problem
    • Postprosthesis predicament
    • It’s a cover up
    • Murmur by megaphone
    • Pinpoint spots
    • Osler, Roth, and Janeway
    • The right fit
    • Monitoring marathon
    • The education edge
    • Heart failure
    • Reverse, reverse!
    • Gallops, wheezes, and weight
    • Give the heart a break!
    • Oxygen as ordered
    • Shhhhhh . . . he’s sleeping
    • Feed the heart well
    • Kawasaki disease
    • Soft and soothing
    • Hush little baby, don’t you cry
    • Come on in—the water’s fine
    • Rheumatic fever and rheumatic heart disease
    • Millions “served”
    • Prognosis
    • When carditis gets complicated
    • Under the skin
    • But wait, there’s more
    • Aye, that’s the rub
    • It’s in the blood
    • Regular or extra-large
    • Lullaby and good night
    • Surgery for severity
    • On second thought
    • Pop a pill before the drill
    • Be on alert
    • Prescription for quality time
    • Brush and floss at any cost
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 9 Respiratory problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Chest and lungs
    • Totally lobular
    • Roll out the barrel
    • Upper respiratory tract
    • Nasal for 4 weeks
    • No solids or fluids beyond this point
    • Lower respiratory tract
    • No confusion—it’s diffusion
    • Airway resistance
    • Child labor
    • Pulmonary circulation
    • Inspiration and expiration
    • Muscles to stabilize, muscles to breathe
    • Retractions reveal distress
    • Ventriloquist lungs
    • Blown away
    • Diagnostic tests and monitoring techniques
    • Arterial blood gas
    • Blood borrowing
    • Count and squeeze
    • Chest X-ray
    • Dem bones, dem bones
    • Inspiration, expiration, front and back
    • Pulmonary function tests
    • Serial testing
    • Breathing on cue
    • Pulse oximetry
    • Sensing saturation
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Aerosol therapy
    • Spaced out
    • Underage aerosol
    • Liquid to vapor
    • Assisted ventilation
    • Compress and pressurize
    • Inflate and expand
    • Nasal fashion statement
    • Suction secretions
    • Assess for distress
    • Chest physiotherapy
    • Drain and clear
    • Percussion section
    • Endotracheal intubation
    • Separate but equal
    • Silent cry
    • Oxygen administration
    • Indoor camping
    • Tracheostomy
    • Respiratory disorders
    • Acute otitis media
    • The great equalizer
    • No escape
    • Supine? Not this time
    • The trouble with tympany
    • But wait, there’s more!
    • If drugs don’t do it
    • Testing, 1, 2
    • Teach your children well
    • Asthma
    • Overreacting
    • Gentleman, choose your triggers
    • Outside and sensitive
    • A look within
    • Genetic messes
    • A potent mix
    • Ready, set, spasm!
    • Repeat and damage
    • Working overtime
    • Function or obstruction?
    • Up to the challenge?
    • Cortico-reactions
    • Open wide
    • Top to bottom, looking for problems
    • Please do not disturb
    • Smoke provokes
    • Bronchiolitis
    • Diminishing returns
    • Hydrate and humidify
    • Drugs to the rescue
    • ‘Tis the season
    • Head’s up
    • Assess and de-stress
    • Croup
    • If it barks like a seal . . .
    • It’s always darkest before the dawn
    • Reading the signs
    • Epi for edema
    • I get misty
    • A friend from home
    • Cystic fibrosis
    • Eye on the GI
    • The legacy stops here
    • To the heart of it all
    • Twice per day keeps infection away
    • Dilate and stimulate
    • Oil change not included
    • The deluxe treatment
    • No dieting here
    • Infection-free zone
    • Epiglottitis
    • There’s a frog in my throat
    • Hot and toxic
    • A job for the experts
    • First by vein, then by mouth
    • Pneumonia
    • Invasion of the cell snatchers
    • Fretful and feverish
    • Headache and hacking
    • What goes in must come out
    • Keeping parents in the loop
    • Tuberculosis
    • Lying in wait
    • Once positive, always positive
    • Teaming up to treat TB
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 10 Urinary problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Kidneys
    • Multitasking kidneys
    • Urinary tract
    • A friendly nudge
    • Any volunteers?
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Urinalysis and urine culture
    • Culture on a plate
    • Catch ‘em while you can
    • Lather up, rinse away
    • Keep it clean
    • Blood urea nitrogen and creatinine
    • KUB radiography
    • Excretory urography
    • Voiding cystourethrogram
    • Behind closed doors
    • Renal biopsy
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Bladder catheterization
    • Insert and drain
    • Insert and inflate
    • Generous and gentle
    • Hemodialysis
    • To stick or not to stick
    • Look out for losses
    • Kidney transplantation
    • You sneeze, you leave
    • Peritoneal dialysis
    • Urinary disorders
    • Acute poststreptococcal glomerulonephritis
    • Clumping with the enemy
    • Lay low
    • Battle the boredom
    • Medication education
    • Strep alert
    • Chronic glomerulonephritis
    • Damage, changes, impairment
    • Strike a balance
    • Follow through on the follow-up
    • Congenital anomalies of the ureter, bladder, and urethra
    • Neighborhood watch
    • Sensitive skin care
    • Hemolytic uremic syndrome
    • The usual suspects
    • In the blood
    • I got cultcha
    • Nephrotic syndrome
    • Preschool predominance
    • Highs and lows
    • Hold the salt
    • A delicate balance
    • Protection from infection
    • Renal failure, acute
    • It’s rude to interrupt
    • Damage in the basement
    • Totally radical
    • System alert
    • No fluid shall go unmeasured
    • Monitor and maintain
    • Renal failure, chronic
    • The point of no return
    • Toxin takeover
    • What’s in urine
    • The also-rans
    • In with the moisture, out with the itch
    • A watchful eye
    • Wilms’ tumor
    • Life is but a stage
    • Keep the kidney
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 11 Musculoskeletal problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Bones
    • The long and short of it
    • Universal coverage
    • A plate of cartilage
    • Salty framework
    • Bone bank deposit
    • Muscles
    • Muscles in opposition
    • Taking turns
    • Six hundred volunteers
    • Joints
    • Joints on the move
    • Flex or extend
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Arthroscopy
    • Lean on me
    • Bone scans
    • Electromyography
    • A sign of weakness
    • SMuscle and bone marrow biopsy
    • X-rays
    • Invisible bone
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Prevent and restore
    • Casting or splints
    • A wash and a blow-dry
    • Cast scratch fever
    • May I have your autograph?
    • The cut stops here—promise!
    • Traction
    • Just hanging out
    • Central location
    • Traction in twos
    • Don’t fall behind
    • Pin and skin
    • Surgical repairs
    • Amputation
    • A loss that lasts
    • Something in common
    • Quick studies
    • Let’s get physical
    • Musculoskeletal disorders
    • Congenital clubfoot
    • Casting call
    • Please release me
    • From designer wedges . . .
    • . . . to designer shoes
    • Put up your feet and relax
    • The agony of de feet
    • Developmental dysplasia of the hip
    • Relationship problems
    • Frankly breech
    • What’s in a name?
    • A clunky diagnosis
    • A limp or a waddle
    • Whoa, Nellie!
    • Harness hip hooray!
    • Don’t double up
    • A temporary setback
    • Hold and turn
    • You’d be cranky too
    • Investigate the itch
    • A change of scenery
    • Ewing’s sarcoma
    • Off to a bad start
    • Pelvic prognosis
    • When chemo gets complicated
    • Nurse in shining armor
    • Growing up too fast
    • Cultured pearls
    • Fractures
    • Sticks and stones may bend my bones
    • A stressful situation
    • The remodeling team
    • Sudden and sharp
    • From bone to lung
    • Permanent hardware
    • Prepare on the go
    • Cast caution
    • Are you shocked?
    • Postscript
    • Juvenile idiopathic arthritis
    • Thrown another curve
    • The eyes have it
    • NSAIDs first unless pain is worse
    • Up and active
    • Helpful or harmful?
    • Legg-Calvé-Perthes disease
    • A job well done
    • Keep it simple
    • Party at Tommy’s bedside! RSVP
    • It’s hard to be a patient patient
    • Slipped capital femoral epiphysis
    • Osgood-Schlatter disease
    • Scoliosis
    • Not sure about structure
    • Over for obvious
    • Something suspicious
    • Negotiating the curves
    • Brace yourself
    • No confusion, it’s spinal fusion
    • Stealth brace
    • A strange new world
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 12 Gastrointestinal problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Structures of the GI system
    • It’s alimentary, my dear Watson
    • Accessories make the system
    • Digestion
    • The rise and fall of hormones
    • The tasteful tongue
    • Look out stomach, here it comes!
    • A gastric response
    • Triple overtime
    • Contractions and secretions
    • Distribution center
    • Downward spiral
    • A large job description
    • Accessory glands and organs
    • Essential storage
    • Alpha beta Langerhans
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Barium enema
    • An interesting way to start the day
    • Exit the barium
    • Barium swallow
    • Follow the swallow
    • Seeking the ileocecal valve
    • Endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography
    • It’s all over
    • Endoscopy
    • The direct approach
    • Stool specimen
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Alternative feeding methods
    • Cold coil in a cup
    • Recycle the residual
    • Clear the clogs
    • Pinch and position
    • Sucking for satiation
    • It wouldn’t work in outer space
    • Total parenteral nutrition
    • Concentrate on TPN
    • Infection inspection
    • Not too much, not too little
    • GI intubation
    • What goes in must come out
    • Anchors away
    • Ostomy
    • Correct the defect
    • Location, location, location
    • Bad timing
    • Been there, done that
    • A wash and a pat-dry
    • Pouch protector
    • Pass the salt
    • GI disorders
    • Appendicitis
    • Much ado about the RLQ
    • Calm before the storm
    • Seize the day
    • A malodorous sign
    • Infection detection
    • Celiac disease
    • Cleft lip and palate
    • An early start
    • A group effort
    • Crohn’s disease
    • A string thing
    • A toxic outcome
    • Give the bowel a rest
    • A temporary fix
    • Child interrupted
    • Nutrition 101
    • Hepatitis
    • ABCs (and Ds) of hepatitis
    • The E and the G
    • Tired and irritable
    • Itchy and uncomfortable
    • A view from the side
    • No turning back
    • Notice of necrosis
    • Interfering with hepatitis
    • A boost of prevention
    • Come one, come all
    • A little here, a little there
    • Back to school
    • Hirschsprung’s disease
    • Suspicious stain
    • Out with the bad
    • Forced evacuation
    • Bowel sounds = dinner bell
    • Expert advice
    • Patience is a virtue
    • Intussusception
    • Tender to the touch
    • Forceful introduction
    • If at first you don’t succeed . . . reduce or resect
    • Explain on the go
    • Music to soothe
    • Better days ahead
    • Pyloric stenosis
    • Waving and projecting
    • Déjà lunch
    • No need to say “excuse me”
    • Going with the flow
    • Tracheoesophageal fistula and esophageal atresia
    • An unhealthy relationship
    • Combo conditions
    • Belly full of air
    • A pump in the pouch
    • Ligate and lengthen
    • Assess for distress
    • Sucking permitted
    • Ulcerative colitis
    • What’s in the stool?
    • Down with inflammation!
    • Volvulus
    • Chain of events
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 13 Endocrine and metabolic problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Too little, too much
    • Glands
    • Small but mighty
    • Prolific producer
    • Hormones in storage
    • Thyroid lobe duo
    • The calcitonin-calcium connection
    • PTH: a parathyroid production
    • A leading role
    • Clusters of islets
    • It’s a girl thing
    • Hormones
    • Right on target!
    • Unsupervised cells
    • It’s nice to be recognized
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Glucose, fasting plasma
    • To fast or not to fast
    • And the level is . . .
    • Glucose tells all
    • Backup plan
    • Glucose tolerance, oral
    • Up to the challenge?
    • A little intolerant
    • Blood totals
    • Growth hormone, human
    • The lowdown on levels
    • The highs . . .
    • . . . and the lows
    • Growth hormone suppression
    • Failure to suppress
    • Rest and repeat
    • Guthrie screening
    • Metabolic upset
    • Three’s a charm
    • Danger ahead
    • Neonatal galactosemia
    • From sea to shining sea
    • Where’s the GALT?
    • Neonatal T4 and TSH blood-spot test
    • The birth surge
    • Failure to respond
    • Thyroxine test
    • Cons, pros, and suspects
    • The T4 that binds
    • More testing ahead
    • Triiodothyronine test (serum)
    • A little T3 goes a long way
    • It’s all on the level
    • A tandem rise
    • Treatments and procedures
    • 131I therapy
    • Expecting a glow
    • At home with radioactive iodine
    • Thyroidectomy
    • Just in case
    • Dribbling drainage patrol
    • Storm’s a’brewin’
    • Endocrine and metabolic disorders
    • Congenital hypothyroidism
    • The early bird catches the best prognosis
    • Mom’s meds
    • Cold to the touch
    • Constipation consternation
    • Whoa, horsey
    • Too high, too low
    • Plan ahead
    • Don’t delay
    • Cushing’s syndrome
    • Stealth corticotropin
    • Cushing’s combo
    • Preop prep
    • What goes in might not come out!
    • Infection prevention
    • Diabetes mellitus
    • Absolutely insufficient
    • Blame it on dad
    • Straggler antibodies
    • Vulnerable to viruses
    • Free the fatty acids!
    • Type 1 in a hurry
    • The pancreas’ last stand
    • Vaguely type 2
    • Team diabetes
    • Rebel with restrictions
    • Like a hawk!
    • Fitting in
    • Show and tell
    • Galactosemia
    • Graves’ disease
    • Stimulation overload
    • Ablation to the rescue
    • When in doubt, take it out
    • Keep it cool
    • Cough with caution
    • Long-term commitment
    • Maple syrup urine disease
    • How sweet it isn’t
    • Origin of the odor
    • Phenylketonuria
    • An error by any other name
    • The case for early detection
    • Brain on hold
    • Got the blues?
    • Hyper, irritable, and repetitive
    • The lowdown on phenylalanine
    • Don’t overdo it!
    • Just say “no” to chicken and cheese
    • Rebel with a cause
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 14 Hematologic and immunologic problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • Hematologic system
    • Did you say organ system?
    • Blood formation
    • Yellow with age
    • Have a blast
    • Like a fine wine
    • Blood components
    • The cycle of life—RBC style
    • Great granulocytes, Batman!
    • Not a granule to be found
    • Hemostasis
    • Like a waterfall
    • Immune system
    • Immune system organs
    • Lymphocytes in waiting
    • Nodes of concern
    • Sounds of silence?
    • Immune system cells
    • To find and bind
    • Gobs of globulins
    • There’s definitely a T in team
    • Search and destroy
    • Complement system
    • Hypersensitivity
    • Second time around
    • Deadly complement
    • Attack first, ask questions later
    • Release the lymphokines!
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Allergy skin testing
    • RAST to the rescue
    • The family tree of allergy
    • A song and a wiggle
    • Bone marrow aspiration and biopsy
    • Bone bank withdrawal
    • To aspirate or biopsy—that is the question
    • CBC with differential
    • Decrease = disorder
    • What’s up with the whites?
    • Seeing red
    • Pediatric and parental platelets
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Blood transfusion
    • Pump up the vascular volume
    • Bone marrow transplantation
    • Share and share alike
    • A harvest of plenty
    • Getting ready to receive
    • From harvest to seed
    • Graft battles host
    • Hematologic and immunologic disorders
    • HIV/AIDS
    • A stranger in friend’s clothing
    • Out of control
    • It’s different for kids
    • Destructive domino effect
    • Screen with ELISA, confirm with the blot
    • Backup blood tests
    • The 076 study (named after research number)
    • Do-good drugs
    • A listening ear
    • Infection detection
    • Allergic rhinitis
    • Hope for the future
    • Sneezing in your sleep
    • The nose knows
    • Timing is everything
    • Up your nose with a nasal spray!
    • Atopic dermatitis
    • To make matters worse . . .
    • From scratching to scarring
    • Too clean, too dry
    • Wash, then wear—hold the bleach
    • Down with itch and inflammation!
    • Hemophilia
    • A matter of degrees
    • The circumcision clue
    • Mountain out of a molehill
    • Head’s up!
    • The incredible expanding spleen
    • Everyone in the pool!
    • Do try this at home
    • Quash the rebellion
    • Hodgkin’s lymphoma
    • And the good news is . . .
    • Bigger isn’t better
    • Spreading swelling
    • Verify, then confirm
    • It’s a hoot!
    • When treatment gets complicated
    • Long-term legacy
    • Mopping the floor with Hodgkin’s
    • Iron deficiency anemia
    • Some heavy competition
    • A gift from mom
    • Got milk?
    • You are what you eat
    • Bleached out bull’s-eye
    • In with the iron
    • It’s supplementary, my dear Watson!
    • Leukemia
    • Needed: crowd control
    • Fungus alert
    • Transplant to the rescue
    • Sickle cell anemia
    • Hemoglobin S is for sickle
    • Capillary traffic jam
    • Low on O2
    • A telling history
    • Isn’t one enough?
    • In pursuit of normal
    • Systemic lupus erythematosus
    • A complex reaction
    • Getting involved
    • Thalassemia
    • Phi beta defective synthesis
    • Large but not in charge
    • Don’t overdo it!
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • 15 Dermatologic problems
    • Anatomy and physiology
    • The great protector
    • Structures of the skin
    • Thin-skinned
    • Fetal comb-over
    • Growth spurt
    • Diagnostic tests
    • Potassium hydroxide preparation
    • Fungus finder
    • Skin biopsy
    • The closest shave
    • Pulled and punched
    • Out, out, darn lesion
    • Post punch, shave, and excise
    • Tzanck test
    • Treatments and procedures
    • Laser surgery
    • After the laser
    • Skin grafting
    • ‘Tis better to give than receive
    • A healthy loan
    • Keys to success
    • After graft
    • Dermatologic disorders
    • Acne
    • Facing up to acne
    • Lasting legacy
    • Volcanic eruption
    • In full view
    • On the skin or in the mouth
    • Skin care 101
    • The dope on drugs
    • A gentle touch
    • Myth busters
    • Burns
    • A tight squeeze
    • Constricted and depressed
    • Changing spaces
    • Fragile: handle with care
    • A matter of degree
    • TBSA or not TBSA
    • 10% of TBSA = a hospital stay
    • Inspect to detect
    • In the unit
    • In general
    • In the heat of the moment
    • When the fire dies down
    • Contact dermatitis
    • Allergic annoyances
    • Not immune to an immune response
    • Oozing, scaling, and itching—oh, my!
    • It’s a classic
    • How offensive!
    • A soak in the tub
    • Ditch the itch!
    • Replace; don’t recycle
    • Leave the judging to Judy
    • Scabies
    • Loads of lesions
    • Fighting the mighty mite
    • Hoover Whole House
    • Tinea capitis (ringworm of the scalp)
    • Tinea corporis (ringworm of the body)
    • Quick quiz
    • Scoring
    • Suggested references
  • Glossary
  • Index

UM RAFBÆKUR Á HEIMKAUP.IS

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