Pediatric Nursing: A Case-Based Approach 1st Edition Test banks:
Pediatric Nursing: A Case-Based Approach (published by LWW Group) brings the realities of practice to life and helps you master essential information on growth and development, body systems, and pharmacologic therapy as you apply your understanding to fictional scenarios based on real clinical cases throughout the pediatric nursing experience. Accompanying units leverage these patient stories to enrich your understanding of key concepts and reinforce their clinical relevance, giving you unparalleled preparation for the challenges you’ll face in your nursing career.
- Powerfully written case-based patient scenarios instill a clinically relevant understanding of essential concepts to prepare you for clinicals.
- Nurse’s Point of View sections in Unit 1 help you recognize the nursing considerations and challenges related to patient-based scenarios.
- Unfolding Patient Stories, written by the National League for Nursing, foster meaningful reflection on commonly encountered clinical scenarios.
- Let’s Compare boxes outline the differences between adult and pediatric anatomy and physiology.
- Growth and Development Check features alert you to age and developmental stage considerations for nursing care.
- The Pharmacy sections organize medications by problem for convenient reference.
- Whose Job is it Anyway? features reinforce the individual responsibilities of different members of the healthcare team.
- Analyze the Evidence boxes compare conflicting research findings to strengthen your clinical judgment capabilities.
- How Much Does It Hurt? boxes clarify the principles of pediatric pain relevant to specific problems.
- Hospital Help sections alert you to specific considerations for the hospitalization of pediatric patients.
- Priority Care Concepts help you confidently assess patients and prioritize care appropriately.
- Patient Teaching boxes guide you through effective patient and parent education approaches.
- Patient Safety alerts help you quickly recognize and address potential safety concerns.
- Interactive learning resources, including Practice & Learn Case Studies and Watch & Learn Videos, reinforce skills and challenge you to apply what you have learned.
- Learning Objectives and bolded Key Terms help you maximize your study time.
- Think Critically questions instill the clinical reasoning and analytical skills essential to safe patient-centered practice.
- Suggested Readings point you to further research for more information and clinical guidance.
Table of Contents
- Unit 1: Scenarios for Clinical Preparation
- Chapter 1: Chip Jones: Bronchiolitis
- Chapter 2: Mollie Sanders: Asthma
- Chapter 3: David Torres: Ulnar Fracture
- Chapter 4: Ellie Raymore: Urinary Tract Infection and Pyelonephritis
- Chapter 5: Maalik Abdella: Gastroenteritis, Fever, and Dehydration
- Chapter 6: Abigail Hanson: Leukemia
- Chapter 7: Caleb Yoder: Heart Failure
- Chapter 8: Andrew Hocktochee: Failure to Thrive
- Chapter 9: Jessica Wang: Tonic-Clonic Seizures
- Chapter 10: Sophia Carter: Diabetes Mellitus Type 1
- Chapter 11: Chase McGovern: Second-Degree Burns
- Chapter 12: Natasha Austin: Sickle Cell Anemia
- Chapter 13: Jack Wray: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
- Chapter 14: Adelaide Wilson: Obesity
- Unit 2: Care of the Developing Child
- Chapter 15: Care of the Newborn and Infant
- Chapter 16: Care of the Toddler
- Chapter 17: Care of the Preschooler
- Chapter 18: Care of the School-Age Child
- Chapter 19: Care of the Adolescent
- Unit 3: Care of the Hospitalized Child
- Chapter 20: Alterations in Respiratory Function
- Chapter 21: Alterations in Cardiac Function
- Chapter 22: Alterations in Neurological and Sensory Function
- Chapter 23: Alterations in Gastrointestinal Function
- Chapter 24: Alterations in Genitourinary Function
- Chapter 25: Alterations in Hematological Function
- Chapter 26: Oncological Disorders
- Chapter 27: Alterations in Musculoskeletal Function
- Chapter 28: Alterations in Neuromuscular Function
- Chapter 29: Alterations in Integumentary Function
- Chapter 30: Alterations in Immune Function
- Chapter 31: Alterations in Endocrine Function
- Chapter 32: Genetic Disorders
- Chapter 33: Alterations in Cognition and Mental Health
- Chapter 34: Pediatric Emergencies
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