- Author:Beth Richardson
- Publisher:Jones & Bartlett Learning; Revised edition (October 15, 2011)
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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by Beth Richardson (Author).
by Beth Richardson (Author). ISBN-13: 978-1284093100. This book helped me through pediatric primary care. This book is a great resource for any Nurse Practitioner or Pediatric Nurse caring for children in the Primary Care, Outpatient setting. ISBN-13: 978-1449600433. I would definitely recommend this book. Covers all the common pediatric illnesses and well-child anticipatory guidance needed for comprehensive primary care.
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Covering the most common aspects of pediatric primary care in outline format, including signs and symptoms, diagnostic tools, and treatments, it is an ideal reference for students and beginning NPs starting out in practice. It may takes up to 1-5 minutes before you received it.
National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and NAPNAP Foundation; 2006.
AAP published evidenced-based guidelines for primary care diagnosis and clinical evaluation of children suspected of having ADHD. AAP guidelines require that a child meet the DSM-IV criteria. c. AAP guidelines require evidence directly obtained from the classroom teacher regarding the core symptoms of ADHD, the duration of symptoms, the degree of functional impairment, and coexisting conditions. I. Differential diagnosis. National Association of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners and NAPNAP Foundation; 2006.
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This user-friendly, comprehensive text guides students through situations they will encounter with pediatric patients.
INJURIES: SPRAIN, STRAIN, OVERUSEAnkle sprain, 845 Ligament tear, 84. Dislocation, 83. Sprain, 84. Finger sprain, 84. Wrist sprain, 842 Fracture, 829 A. Etiology. 1 r disruption to tendon (attaches muscle to bone), ligament (attaches bone to bone), from overstretching, exertion, repetitive application of excessive forces. Wrist, finger, ankle sprains are. Common among children. Clinical manifestations. Limp or pain with extremity or joint us. Felt tearing or heard a pop during activity or with trauma.
Category: Uncategorized Tags: - Test Bank, Beth, by, for, Guidelines, Nurses, Pediatric Primary Care, Practice, Richardson. follow-up care within 48 hours in either a primary practitioners office or the home. should void every 4 to 6 hours. Pediatric Primary Care Practice Guidelines For Nurses By Beth Richardson – Test Bank. Spitting up small amounts after feeding is normal in newborns; it. should not delay discharge. Jaundice within the first 24 hours of life must be evaluated. The nurse is teaching new parents about the benefits of breastfeeding their infant.