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Pediatric Nursing Caring for Children and Their Families

ISBN-10: 1401897118
ISBN-13: 9781401897116
Edition: 2nd 2007 (Revised)
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List price: $154.95
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: Delmar Cengage Learning
Publication date: 7/14/2006
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 1376
Size: 9.00" wide x 11.00" long x 2.00" tall
Weight: 7.656
Language: English

Pediatric Nursing embraces a holistic and family-centered approach to the care and nurturing of children in all states along the health-illness continuum, from healthy growth and development milestones to illness states and chronic conditions. All nursing care is framed within a family context, underscoring the need to view the child not just as a patient but as a member of a larger family unit. General nursing skills such as assessment, communication, and health promotion are presented within the pediatric framework, so nurses can approach children and their families with an authentic understanding of their conditions and needs.

Contributors
Reviewers
Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Authors
How to Use This Text
How to Use Studyware
Pediatric Nursing in a Changing Society
Overview of Pediatric Nursing
Societal Trends Impacting Children
Current Status of Children's Health
Perspectives on Pediatric Nursing
Standards of Care and Standards of Professional Performance
Meeting the Challenges of the 21st Century
Legal and Ethical Issues
Legal Considerations
Informed Consent and Assent for Health Care
Obtaining Informed Consent Under Special Circumstances
Confidentiality
Malpractice in the Pediatric Setting
Legal Resources for Pediatric Nurses
Concepts of Ethics
Ethical Theories
Ethical Principles
Professional Codes of Ethics
The Ethical Decision-Making Process
Ethical Dilemmas
Ethics Committees
Future Implications for Pediatric Nursing
The Child in Context of the Family
Definition of the Family
Theoretical Foundations of Family Nursing
Family Assessment
Family Structure
Cultural Influences on the Family
Parenting
Special Parenting Situations
Implications for Nursing
Community and Home Health Nursing
Community Health Nursing
Home Health Nursing
School Nursing
History of School Nursing
School Health Services
Health Education and Promotion
Psychological Services
School Health Services Model
School Nursing Today
Growth and Development of Children
Theoretical Approaches to the Growth and Development of Children
Growth, Maturation, and Development
Principles of Growth and Development
Issues of Human Development
Theories of Human Development
Growth and Development of the Newborn
Extrauterine Transition
Physiological Development
Psychosexual Development
Cognitive Development
Psychosocial Development
Health Promotion and Maintenance
Anticipatory Guidance
Safety Promotion and Injury Prevention
Nurse's Role in Fostering Healthy Newborns
The High-Risk Newborn
Care of the High-Risk Newborn
Growth and Development of the Infant
Physiological Development
Psychosexual Development
Psychosocial Development
Cognitive Development
Health Promotion
Growth and Development of the Toddler
Physiological Development
Psychosexual Development
Psychosocial Development
Cognitive Development
Moral Development
Health Promotion
Nursing Management
Growth and Development of the Preschooler
Physiological Development
Psychosexual Development
Psychosocial Development
Cognitive Development
Moral and Spiritual Development
Health Promotion
Dental Health
Safety and Injury Prevention
Health Screenings
Preparation for School
Discipline and Limit Setting
Growth and Development of the School-Age Child
Physiological Development
Psychosexual Development
Psychosocial Development
Cognitive Development
Moral Development
Health Promotion and Maintenance
Nurse's Role in Fostering Healthy School-Age Children
Growth and Development of the Adolescent
Physiological Development
Psychosexual Development
Psychosocial Development
Cognitive Development
Moral Development
Adolescents in Context
Health Promotion
Unique Considerations in Children
Child and Family Communication
The Communication Process
Nonverbal Communication
Nurse, Child, and Family Communication
Developmental Factors Affecting Communication
Cultural Impact on Communication
Communicating with Children with Special Needs
Pediatric Assessment
Physical Growth
Health History
Nutritional Assessment
Developmental Assessment
Infectious Diseases
Anatomy and Physiology
Developmental Stages and the Risk of Infection
Infectious Diseases in Day Care and School Settings
Immunizations
Nursing Management
Future Directions
Care of Children Who are Hospitalized
History and Trends in Pediatrics and Pediatric Nursing
Experiences of Children in Hospitals and Their Responses
Alleviating the Anxieties of Children
Major Factors in Support of Coping During Illness and Hospitalization
Preparation of Children and Families for Hospitalization
Care of Children During Admission to a Hospital
Preparation of Children for Surgery
Facilitating Coping with Experiences of Diagnostic or Therapeutic Procedures
Considerations for Communicating with Children and Families
Nursing Care and Guidance of Infants
Nursing Care and Guidance of Toddlers
Nursing Care and Guidance of Preschool Children
Nursing Care and Guidance of School-Age Children
Nursing Care and Guidance of Adolescents
Expectations and Needs of Caregivers During Hospitalization of Children
Children with Chronic Illness
Emergency Care
Pediatric Intensive Care Units
Home Care
Discharge and the After Effects of Hospitalization
Preparation for Clinical Nursing in the Care of Children and Their Families
Challenges in the Care of Children Who Are Hospitalized
Chronic Conditions
Dimensions of Childhood Chronic Conditions
Living with Chronic Conditions
Cultural Issues
Societal Issues
Nursing Management of Children with Chronic Conditions
Pain Management
Pain Physiology
Gate Control Theory
Pediatric Pain Research
Child Development and Pain
Pain Assessment
Management of Acute Pain
Chronic Pain
Home Care of the Child in Pain
Medication Administration
Physiological Considerations
Developmental Considerations
Medication Administration
Loss and Bereavement
Situations Leading to Loss
Children's Awareness of Death
Grief and Bereavement
Understanding How Children React to Loss
Children's Responses to Death
Disasters or Traumatic Events
Reactions of Family to a Child with a Life-Threatening or Terminal Illness
Decisions About Hospice
Organ and Tissue Donation
Autopsy
Care for Nurses Working with Terminally Ill Children
The Nurse and Terminally Ill Child
Alterations in Nutrition and Elimination
Fluid and Electrolyte Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Electrolyte Imbalances
Acid-Base Balance and Imbalance
Dehydration
Acute Gastroenteritis
Edema
Burns
Genitourinary Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Urinary Tract Infection
Enuresis
Structural Defects
Acute Glomerulonephritis
Nephrotic Syndrome
Hemolytic Uremic Syndrome
Renal Failure
Bladder Exstrophy-Epispadias Complex
Gastrointestinal Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Upper Gastrointestinal Alterations
Lower Gastrointestinal Alterations
Alterations in Motility
Inflammatory Disorders
Malabsorption Alterations
Poisoning
Lead Poisoning
Hepatic Alterations
Additional Gastrointestinal Disorders
Alterations in Oxygen Transport
Respiratory Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
The Child with Respiratory Difficulty
Common Acute Respiratory Alterations
Common Chronic Respiratory Alterations
Less Common Respiratory Alterations
Additional Respiratory Alterations
Prevention of Respiratory Alterations
Cardiovascular Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Assessment of the Child with a Cardiovascular Alteration
Congestive Heart Failure
Congenital Heart Defects
Acquired Heart Disease
Hypertension
Heart Transplantation
Cardiac Arrhythmias
Shock
Psychosocial Issues for Children with Heart Disease
Hematological Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Anemia
Disorders of Coagulation
Alterations in Protective Mechanisms
Immunologic Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Rheumatological Autoimmune Inflammatory Diseases
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
Allergic Reactions to Drugs
Endocrine Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Disorders of the Anterior Pituitary
Disorders of the Posterior Pituitary
Disorders of the Thyroid Gland
Disorders of the Adrenal Gland
Disorders of the Pancreas
Additional Endocrine Disorders
Cellular Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Treatment Modalities
Leukemia
Brain Tumors
Lymphomas
Neuroblastoma
Wilms' Tumor
Bone Tumors
Soft-Tissue Sarcoma
Retinoblastoma
Late Effects of Cancer Therapy
Integumentary Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Bacterial Infections
Fungal Infections
Viral Infections
Infestations
Inflammatory Disorders
Bites and Stings
Sunburn
Additional Integumentary Disorders
Alterations in Sensorimotor Function
Sensory Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Speech and Language
Hearing Impairment
Vision Impairment
Neurological Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Clinical Manifestations and Assessment of Altered Neurological Status
Diagnostics
General Nursing Issues
Seizures
Structural Abnormalities
Infections
Neurological Injuries
Cerebral Palsy
Headaches
Cognitive Alterations
Mental Retardation
Down Syndrome
Autism
Fragile X Syndrome
Additional Cognitive Alterations
Musculoskeletal Alterations
Anatomy and Physiology
Musculoskeletal Injuries
Infectious Disorders
Congenital Disorders
Growth-Related Disorders
Additional Musculoskeletal Disorders
Other Alterations to Children's Health
Psychosocial Alterations
Treatment Modalities
Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
Mood Disorders
Suicide
Anxiety Disorders
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder
Substance Abuse
Eating Disorders
Failure to Thrive
Child Abuse and Neglect
Theoretical Approaches to Child Abuse and Neglect
Types of Child Abuse
Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect
Legal Issues Related to Child Abuse and Neglect
Reporting Child Abuse
Calgary Family Assessment Model: Questions to Ask
The Friedman Family Assessment Model (Short Form)
Family Systems Stressor-Strength Inventory (FS[superscript 3]I)
Physical Growth Charts
Immunization Schedules
Recommended Daily Allowances
Denver II
Sexual Maturity Ratings (SMR)
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation Guidelines
Common Laboratory Tests and Normal Values
Temperature Equivalents and Pediatric Weight Conversion
Common Nanda Nursing Diagnoses for Children and Their Families
Abbreviations
Glossary
Index

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