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Pediatric Primary Care: Practice Guidelines for Nurses (4th Edition)

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book-author

Beth Richardson

publisher

Jones – Bartlett Learning; 4th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

714 pages

language

English

asin

B07H34SS31

isbn10

1284149420

isbn13

9781284149425


Book Description

Pediatric Primary Care: Practice Guidelines for Nurses; 4th Edition; (PDF) is a comprehensive resource for well-child management and acute care management of childhood illnesses in a primary care setting. Written by real practicing experts; this textbook is intended for advanced practice nursing students as a quick reference guide once they enter clinical practice. To manage initial and follow-up visits; the 4th Edition features templates for gathering 1st visit history; as well as a template to record new information since the last patient visit. Instructions for gathering medical history information are also included.

The latest Fourth Edition is divided into 2 sections. The 1st section covers well-child care and includes new patient intake with a family; well-child visits; and normal development and growth. The 2nd section covers common childhood disorders in each system of the body. It is organized by body system and presents common medical conditions; treatment; complications; diagnosis; and patient/family education.

New to the Pediatric Primary Care; 4th edition:

 

 

    • Updated case studies

 

    • Updated pediatric practice guidelines

 

    • Additional content related to screening for child abuse

 

    • Images reflecting common childhood dermatological conditions

 

    • Coverage of concussions and guidelines for safe return to activities

 

    • Links to the current immunization schedule from the CDC and STI treatment and diagnosis

 

 

NOTE: This sale only includes the ebook Pediatric Primary Care: Practice Guidelines for Nurses; 4e; in PDF. No online access codes included.

 

book-author

Beth Richardson

publisher

Jones – Bartlett Learning; 4th edition

file-type

PDF

pages

714 pages

language

English

asin

B07H34SS31

isbn10

1284149420

isbn13

9781284149425

Table of contents


Table of contents :
Cover……Page 1
Title Page……Page 2
Copyright……Page 3
Contents……Page 4
Preface……Page 18
Acknowledgments……Page 20
Contributors……Page 22
SECTION ONE Child Health Care……Page 28
PAST HISTORY……Page 30
REVIEW OF SYSTEMS……Page 32
FAMILY HISTORY……Page 33
SOCIAL HISTORY……Page 34
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 35
THE INTERVAL HISTORY……Page 36
FOCUSED HISTORY……Page 41
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 44
PEDIATRIC PHYSICAL EXAMINATION……Page 46
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 52
CHAPTER 4 Making Newborn Rounds……Page 54
REVIEW OF THE INDIVIDUAL RECORDS……Page 55
PHYSICAL ASSESSMENT OF THE NEWBORN……Page 56
ABNORMAL PHYSICAL FINDINGS (CONSULT WITH STAFF PHYSICIAN AND/OR REFER FOR EVALUATION, AS INDICATED)……Page 58
MEETING WITH THE PARENT……Page 59
ELIMINATION……Page 60
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 61
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 62
DISCHARGE TO HOME……Page 63
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 64
PHYSIOLOGY OF LACTATION……Page 66
HUMAN MILK……Page 67
CONTRAINDICATIONS FOR BREASTFEEDING……Page 68
BREASTFEEDING IN THE EARLY DAYS……Page 69
SEPARATION OF MOTHER AND INFANT……Page 78
SUPPORTING BREASTFEEDING PAST THE EARLY DAYS……Page 79
COMMON PROBLEMS……Page 81
HELPFUL BREASTFEEDING RESOURCES……Page 86
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 88
OROFACIAL CLEFTS……Page 90
SPINA BIFIDA……Page 92
TURNER SYNDROME……Page 94
DOWN SYNDROME……Page 95
FETAL ALCOHOL SPECTRUM DISORDERS……Page 97
PRADER-WILLI SYNDROME……Page 98
FRAGILE X SYNDROME……Page 100
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 101
GENERAL IMPRESSION……Page 102
NUTRITION……Page 103
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 104
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 105
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 107
NUTRITION……Page 108
SLEEP……Page 109
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 110
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 111
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 112
NUTRITION……Page 114
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 115
IMMUNIZATIONS……Page 116
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 117
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 118
NUTRITION……Page 120
SLEEP……Page 121
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 122
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 123
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 124
NUTRITION……Page 126
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 127
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 128
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 129
NUTRITION……Page 132
SLEEP……Page 133
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 134
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 135
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 136
NUTRITION……Page 138
SLEEP……Page 139
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 140
SAFETY……Page 141
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 142
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 143
NUTRITION……Page 144
ELIMINATION: TOILET TRAINING……Page 146
SLEEP……Page 147
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 148
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 149
SAFETY……Page 150
OTHER SCREENINGS IF RISK ASSESSMENT INDICATES……Page 152
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 153
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 154
NUTRITION……Page 156
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 157
SAFETY……Page 158
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 159
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 161
ELIMINATION……Page 162
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 163
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 164
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 165
NUTRITION……Page 166
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 167
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 168
SAFETY……Page 169
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 170
SCHOOL READINESS……Page 172
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 173
CHAPTER 18 Seven- to Ten-Year Visit (School Age)……Page 174
NUTRITION……Page 175
SLEEP……Page 176
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 177
COGNITIVE AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 180
SAFETY/ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 181
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 189
NUTRITION……Page 192
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 193
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 195
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 196
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 198
GENERAL IMPRESSION……Page 200
NUTRITION……Page 201
ELIMINATION……Page 203
SLEEP……Page 204
GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT……Page 206
SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT……Page 207
IMMUNIZATIONS……Page 209
SAFETY……Page 210
ANTICIPATORY GUIDANCE……Page 211
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 214
SECTION TWO Common Childhood Disorders……Page 216
CHAPTER 21 Dermatological Problems……Page 218
ACNE……Page 219
ATOPIC DERMATITIS/ECZEMA……Page 227
IMPETIGO/MRSA……Page 232
CONTACT DERMATITIS……Page 234
URTICARIA……Page 237
TINEA VERSICOLOR (PITYRAISIS VERSICOLOR)……Page 239
TINEA CAPITIS……Page 241
TINEA CORPORIS……Page 243
TINEA PEDIS……Page 244
HEAD LICE (PEDICULOSIS HUMANUS CAPITIS)……Page 245
SCABIES……Page 248
SEBORRHEIC DERMATITIS……Page 250
VERRUCA VULGARIS……Page 252
MOLLUSCUM CONTAGIOSUM……Page 255
CUTANEOUS DRUG REACTIONS……Page 258
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 261
ALLERGIC CONJUNCTIVITIS……Page 264
BACTERIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS……Page 265
CHLAMYDIAL CONJUNCTIVITIS……Page 267
VIRAL CONJUNCTIVITIS……Page 269
CONGENITAL NASOLACRIMAL DUCT OBSTRUCTION (DACRYOSTENOSIS)……Page 270
BLEPHARITIS……Page 272
HORDEOLUM……Page 274
CHALAZION……Page 275
CHEMICAL BURN……Page 276
CORNEAL ABRASION (SUPERFICIAL)……Page 277
FOREIGN BODY (CONJUNCTIVAL, CORNEAL)……Page 278
HEMORRHAGE (SUBCONJUNCTIVAL)……Page 279
HYPHEMA……Page 280
OCULAR TRAUMA……Page 281
PRESEPTAL CELLULITIS (PERIORBITAL CELLULITIS)……Page 283
STRABISMUS……Page 284
AMBLYOPIA……Page 285
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 286
FOREIGN BODY……Page 288
HEARING LOSS: CONDUCTIVE, SENSORINEURAL……Page 290
OTITIS EXTERNA……Page 294
ACUTE OTITIS MEDIA……Page 298
OTITIS MEDIA WITH EFFUSION……Page 307
EUSTACHIAN TUBE DYSFUNCTION……Page 310
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 312
ALLERGIC RHINITIS……Page 314
RECURRENT APHTHOUS STOMATITIS……Page 318
CAT-SCRATCH DISEASE……Page 321
CERVICAL LYMPHADENITIS……Page 324
EPISTAXIS……Page 330
FOREIGN BODY, NASAL……Page 333
INFECTIOUS MONONUCLEOSIS……Page 335
PHARYNGITIS……Page 340
RHINOSINUSITIS……Page 345
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 349
CROUP……Page 352
BRONCHIOLITIS……Page 356
INFLUENZA……Page 360
BRONCHITIS……Page 364
PERTUSSIS……Page 367
ASTHMA……Page 372
PNEUMONIA……Page 389
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 397
CHEST PAIN……Page 400
HYPERTENSION……Page 405
INNOCENT HEART MURMURS……Page 410
SYNCOPE……Page 415
KAWASAKI DISEASE……Page 417
RHEUMATIC FEVER……Page 421
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 426
ABDOMINAL PAIN, ACUTE……Page 428
ABDOMINAL PAIN, CHRONIC: FUNCTIONAL ABDOMINAL PAIN–NOS, CHILD/ADOLESCENT……Page 431
COLIC……Page 434
CONSTIPATION……Page 437
DIARRHEA, ACUTE……Page 441
ENCOPRESIS……Page 447
GASTROESOPHAGEAL REFLUX DISEASE……Page 449
HERNIA, INGUINAL……Page 452
HERNIA, UMBILICAL……Page 455
INTUSSUSCEPTION……Page 456
IRRITABLE BOWEL SYNDROME……Page 458
PEPTIC ULCER DISEASE……Page 461
PINWORMS (ENTEROBIASIS)……Page 465
PYLORIC STENOSIS……Page 467
VIRAL GASTROENTERITIS……Page 468
VOMITING, ACUTE……Page 470
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 474
MALE GENITALIA DISORDERS……Page 476
ANXIETY DISORDERS……Page 700
HYDROCELE……Page 478
EPIDIDYMITIS……Page 480
HYPOSPADIAS/CHORDEE……Page 483
PHIMOSIS……Page 485
MEATAL STENOSIS……Page 486
FEMALE GENITALIA DISORDERS……Page 487
PEDIATRIC URINARY TRACT INFECTIONS……Page 489
HEMATURIA……Page 495
PROTEINURIA……Page 498
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 501
AMENORRHEA……Page 502
CHLAMYDIAL INFECTION……Page 505
DYSMENORRHEA……Page 507
GENITAL HERPES……Page 509
GENITAL WARTS……Page 512
GONORRHEA……Page 514
SYPHILIS……Page 516
TRICHOMONAS……Page 519
VULVOVAGINITIS……Page 520
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 522
HYPERTHYROIDISM……Page 524
HYPOTHYROIDISM……Page 527
SHORT STATURE……Page 530
DIABETES MELLITUS……Page 533
TYPE 2 DIABETES……Page 540
STEROID USE WITH ATHLETES……Page 542
POLYCYSTIC OVARY SYNDROME/DISEASE……Page 545
METABOLIC SYNDROME……Page 547
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 549
INJURIES: SPRAIN, STRAIN, OVERUSE……Page 552
INJURIES: FRACTURE, DISLOCATION……Page 555
BACK PAIN……Page 557
SCOLIOSIS……Page 560
HIP PAIN……Page 561
SEPTIC HIP/SEPTIC ARTHRITIS……Page 562
DEVELOPMENTALLY DISLOCATED HIP……Page 563
TRANSIENT SYNOVITIS……Page 566
HIP PAIN: LEGG-CALVÉ-PERTHES DISEASE……Page 568
HIP PAIN: SLIPPED CAPITAL FEMORAL EPIPHYSIS……Page 569
KNEE PAIN: OSGOOD-SCHLATTER DISEASE……Page 572
PHYSIOLOGIC GENU VARUM (BOW LEGS)……Page 574
IN-TOEING: METATARSUS ADDUCTUS……Page 576
IN-TOEING: TIBIAL TORSION……Page 577
IN-TOEING: FEMORAL ANTEVERSION……Page 580
FOOT PROBLEMS: TALIPES EQUINOVARUS (CLUBBED FOOT)……Page 581
PES PLANUS: FLAT FOOT……Page 582
NURSEMAID’S ELBOW: RADIAL HEAD SUBLUXATION……Page 583
GROWING PAINS……Page 584
COSTOCHONDRITIS……Page 586
OSTEOPOROSIS……Page 587
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 588
MENINGITIS……Page 590
ENCEPHALITIS……Page 593
HEAD INJURY……Page 596
CONCUSSION……Page 599
STATUS EPILEPTICUS……Page 610
CONFUSIONAL MIGRAINE……Page 612
MIGRAINES……Page 613
TENSION-TYPE HEADACHES……Page 617
COMMON MEDICATIONS TO TREAT HEADACHES IN CHILDREN……Page 619
FEBRILE SEIZURES……Page 620
GENERALIZED SEIZURES……Page 622
PARTIAL SEIZURES……Page 625
GLOBAL DEVELOPMENTAL DELAY……Page 627
TOURETTE SYNDROME……Page 629
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 632
IRON-DEFICIENCY ANEMIA……Page 634
THALASSEMIA……Page 639
LEAD POISONING……Page 642
SICKLE-CELL DISEASE……Page 647
BLEEDING DISORDERS……Page 652
CLOTTING DISORDERS (THROMBOPHILIA)……Page 657
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 658
PEDIATRIC OBESITY ASSESSMENT……Page 662
TREATMENT……Page 667
CODING FOR OBESITY AND COMORBIDITIES……Page 671
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 673
BEHAVIORAL ASSESSMENT INSTRUMENTS……Page 676
ATTENTION-DEFICIT/HYPERACTIVITY DISORDER……Page 677
AUTISTIC SPECTRUM DISORDER……Page 688
BREATH HOLDING……Page 692
NIGHTMARES AND NIGHT TERRORS……Page 694
SCHOOL REFUSAL……Page 696
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 697
EATING DISORDERS……Page 705
MOOD DISORDERS……Page 710
BIBLIOGRAPHY……Page 716
Index……Page 718

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