Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children

Námskeið BHJ0104 Barnahjúkrun. Ensk lýsing: Prepare to give pediatric patients the specialized care they deserve with the leading text in pediatric nursing. Written by pediatric experts, Wong's Nursing Care of Infants and Children, 11th Edition takes a unique, easy-to-follow developmental approach to describe the care of children at each age and stage of development. This longtime bestseller provides an evidence-based, clinical perspective that shows how the quality of nursing care can impact quality patient outcomes. - Höfundur: David Wilson, Marilyn Hockenberry
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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover image
  • Title Page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Dedication
  • Contributors
  • Reviewers
  • Preface
    • Organization of the Book
    • Unifying Principles
  • Special Features
  • Acknowledgments
  • Section I Children, Their Families, and the Nurse
    • 1 Perspectives of Pediatric Nursing
      • Health Care for Children
      • The Art of Pediatric Nursing
      • Clinical Reasoning and the Process of Providing Nursing Care to Children and Families
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 2 Social, Cultural, Religious, and Family Influences on Child Health Promotion
      • General Concepts
      • Family Structure and Function
      • Family Roles and Relationships
      • Parenting
      • Special Parenting Situations
      • Sociocultural Influences on Children and Families
      • Influences in the Surrounding Environment
      • Broader Influences on Child Health
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 3 Hereditary Influences on Health Promotion of the Child and Family
      • Genetic/Genomic Nursing Competencies
      • Disorders of the Intrauterine Environment
      • Inborn Errors of Metabolism
      • Impact of Hereditary Disorders on the Family
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section II Childhood and Family Assessment
    • 4 Communication, Physical, and Developmental Assessment of the Child and Family
      • Guidelines for Communication and Interviewing
      • Resources for Telephone Triage Protocols
      • Communicating With Families
      • History Taking
      • Nutritional Assessment
      • General Approaches Toward Examining the Child
      • Physical Examination
      • References
      • References
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 5 Pain Assessment and Management in Children
      • What Is Pain and How Does It Occur?
      • What Does Pain Do Besides Hurt?
      • Common Acute Pain Conditions in Children
      • Common Chronic Pain Conditions in Children
      • Common Mixed-Pain Conditions in Children
      • Measuring Pain in Children
      • Chronic and Recurrent Pain Assessment
      • Prevention and Treatment of Pain in Children
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 6 Childhood Communicable and Infectious Diseases
      • Infection Control
      • Communicable Diseases
      • Intestinal Parasitic Diseases
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section III Family-Centered Care of the Newborn
    • 7 Health Promotion of the Newborn and Family
      • Adjustment to Extrauterine Life
      • Nursing Care of the Newborn and Family
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 8 Health Problems of the Newborn
      • Birth Injuries
      • Cranial Deformities
      • Dermatologic Problems in the Newborn
      • Problems Related to Physiologic Factors
      • Problems Caused by Perinatal Environmental Factors
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 9 The High-Risk Newborn and Family
      • General Management of High-Risk Newborns
      • Nursing Care of High-Risk Newborns
      • High-Risk Conditions Related to Dysmaturity
      • High Risk Related to Disturbed Respiratory Function
      • High Risk Related to Infectious Processes
      • High Risk Related to Cardiovascular and Hematologic Complications
      • High Risk Related to Neurologic Disturbance
      • High Risk Related to Maternal Conditions
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section IV Family-Centered Care of the Infant
    • 10 Health Promotion of the Infant and Family
      • Promoting Optimum Growth and Development
      • Promoting Optimum Health During Infancy
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 11 Health Problems of the Infant
      • Nutritional Imbalances
      • Health Problems Related to Nutrition
      • Special Health Problems
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section V Family-Centered Care of the Toddler and Preschooler
    • 12 Health Promotion of the Toddler and Family
      • Promoting Optimum Growth and Development
      • Temperament
      • Coping With Concerns Related to Normal Growth and Development
      • Promoting Optimum Health During Toddlerhood
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 13 Health Promotion of the Preschooler and Family
      • Promoting Optimum Growth and Development
      • Promoting Optimum Health During the Preschool Years
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 14 Health Problems of Early Childhood
      • Sleep Problems
      • Ingestion of Injurious Agents
      • Child Maltreatment
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section VI Family-Centered Care of the School-Age Child
    • 15 Health Promotion of the School-Age Child and Family
      • Promoting Optimum Growth and Development
      • Coping With Concerns Related to Normal Growth and Development
      • Promoting Optimum Health During the School Years
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 16 Health Problems of the School-Age Child
      • Obesity: Complications, Treatment, and Prevention
      • Dental Disorders
      • Disorders of Continence
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section VII Family-Centered Care of the Adolescent
    • 17 Health Promotion of the Adolescent and Family
      • Promoting Optimum Growth and Development
      • Promoting Optimum Health During Adolescence
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 18 Health Problems of the Adolescent
      • Health Conditions of the Male Reproductive System
      • Health Conditions of the Female Reproductive System
      • Health Conditions Related to Reproduction
      • Health Conditions With a Behavioral Component
      • Substance Abuse
      • Self-Harm
      • Suicide
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section VIII Family-Centered Care of the Child With Special Needs
    • 19 Impact of Chronic Illness, Disability, or End-of-Life Care for the Child and Family
      • Perspectives on the Care of Children and Families Living With or Dying From Chronic or Complex Diseases
      • The Family of the Child With a Chronic or Complex Condition
      • The Child With a Chronic or Complex Condition
      • Nursing Care of the Family and Child With a Chronic or Complex Condition
      • Palliative Care in Childhood Terminal Illness
      • Nursing Care of the Child and Family at the End of Life
      • Special Decisions at the Time of Dying and Death
      • Care of the Grieving Family
      • The Nurse and the Child With Life-Threatening Illness
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 20 Impact of Cognitive or Sensory Impairment on the Child and Family
      • Cognitive Impairment
      • Nursing Care of Children With Impaired Cognitive Function
      • Sensory Impairment
      • Communication Impairment
      • References
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section IX The Child Who Is Hospitalized
    • 21 Family-Centered Care of the Child During Illness and Hospitalization
      • Stressors of Hospitalization and Children's Reactions
      • Stressors and Reactions of the Family of the Child Who Is Hospitalized
      • Nursing Care of the Child Who Is Hospitalized
      • Nursing Care of the Family
      • Care of the Child and Family in Special Hospital Situations
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 22 Pediatric Nursing Interventions and Skills
      • General Concepts Related to Pediatric Procedures
      • Skin Care and General Hygiene
      • Safety
      • Positioning for Procedures
      • Collection of Specimens
      • References
      • Administration of Medication
      • References
      • Maintaining Fluid Balance
      • Alternative Feeding Techniques
      • References
      • Procedures Related to Elimination
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section X Childhood Nutrition and Elimination Problems
    • 23 The Child With Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalance
      • Distribution of Body Fluids
      • Disturbances of Fluid and Electrolyte Balance
      • Nursing Responsibilities in Fluid and Electrolyte Disturbances
      • Burns
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 24 The Child With Renal Dysfunction
      • Renal Structure and Function
      • Genitourinary Tract Disorders
      • References
      • Glomerular Disease
      • Renal Tubular Disorders
      • Miscellaneous Renal Disorders
      • Renal Replacement Therapy
      • Defects of the Genitourinary Tract
      • Disorders of Sex Development
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 25 The Child With Gastrointestinal Dysfunction
      • Gastrointestinal Structure and Function
      • Gastrointestinal Disorders
      • References
      • Ingestion of Foreign Substances
      • Disorders of Motility
      • Inflammatory Conditions
      • Obstructive Disorders
      • Malabsorption Syndromes
      • Hepatic Disorders
      • Structural Defects
      • Hernias
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section XI Childhood Oxygenation Problems
    • 26 The Child With Respiratory Dysfunction
      • Respiratory Tract Structure
      • Assessment of Respiratory Function
      • Defenses of the Respiratory Tract
      • General Aspects of Respiratory Tract Infections
      • Upper Respiratory Tract Infections
      • Croup Syndromes
      • Infections of the Lower Airways
      • Other Infections of the Respiratory Tract
      • Respiratory Disturbance Caused by Noninfectious Irritants
      • Structural Defects
      • Long-Term Respiratory Dysfunction
      • Respiratory Emergency
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section XII Childhood Blood Production and Circulation Problems
    • 27 The Child With Cardiovascular Dysfunction
      • Cardiac Structure and Function
      • Acquired Cardiovascular Disorders
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 28 The Child With Hematologic or Immunologic Dysfunction
      • The Hematologic System and Its Function
      • Red Blood Cell Disorders
      • Anemia Caused by Nutritional Deficiencies
      • Anemias Caused by Increased Destruction of Red Blood Cells
      • References
      • Anemias Caused by Impaired or Decreased Production of Red Blood Cells
      • Other Hematologic Disorders
      • Immunologic Deficiency Disorders
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section XIII Childhood Regulatory Problems
    • 29 The Child With Cancer
      • Cancer in Children
      • Nursing Care Management
      • Cancers of Blood and Lymph Systems
      • Nervous System Tumors
      • Bone Tumors
      • Other Solid Tumors
      • The Childhood Cancer Survivor
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 30 The Child With Cerebral Dysfunction
      • Cerebral Structure and Function
      • Evaluation of Neurologic Status
      • The Child With Cerebral Compromise
      • Intracranial Infections
      • References
      • Seizures and Epilepsy
      • References
      • Headache
      • The Child With Cerebral Malformation
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 31 The Child With Endocrine Dysfunction
      • The Endocrine System
      • Disorders of Pituitary Function
      • Disorders of Thyroid Function
      • Disorders of Parathyroid Function
      • Disorders of Adrenal Function
      • Disorders of Pancreatic Hormone Secretion
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Section XIV Childhood Physical Mobility Problems
    • 32 The Child With Integumentary Dysfunction
      • Integumentary Dysfunction
      • Infections of the Skin
      • Skin Disorders Related to Chemical or Physical Contacts
      • Skin Disorders Related to Animal Contacts
      • Rickettsial Diseases
      • Miscellaneous Skin Disorders
      • Skin Disorders Associated With Specific Age-Groups
      • Cold Injury
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 33 The Child With Musculoskeletal or Articular Dysfunction
      • The Child and Trauma
      • The Immobilized Child
      • The Child With a Fracture
      • Injuries and Health Problems Related to Sports Participation
      • Musculoskeletal Dysfunction
      • Orthopedic Infections
      • Skeletal and Articular Dysfunction
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
    • 34 The Child With Neuromuscular or Muscular Dysfunction
      • Neuromuscular Dysfunction
      • Defects of Neural Tube Closure
      • Muscular Dysfunction
      • NCLEX Review Questions
      • Correct Answers
      • References
  • Index
  • Blood Pressure Levels

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