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Maternal & child nursing care

Author: Marcia L London; et al
Publisher: Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Education, ©2011.
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Book Description: Nursing care for pregnant women and children is a family-centered process, and Maternal and Child Nursing Care, 3e, is a text that addresses the needs of families across the continuum, from conception through adolescence. The themes that shape this book- nursing care in the community, client education, critical thinking, and evidence-based practice in nursing-will prepare students for the  Read more...
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Maternal & child nursing care.
Upper Saddle River, N.J. : Pearson Education, c2011
(OCoLC)767573753
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marcia L London; et al
ISBN: 9780135078464 0135078466 2900135078463
OCLC Number: 489623147
Description: xxxiii, 1974 p., [1] folded leaf : ill. (some col.) ; 29 cm. + 1 folded chart
Contents: About the authors --
Thank you! --
Dedication --
Preface --
Acknowledgments --
Part 1: --
Introduction To Family-Centered Care: --
Contemporary maternal, newborn, and child health nursing: --
Nursing roles in maternal-child nursing: --
Family-centered maternal-child care: --
Contemporary childbirth --
Contemporary care of children --
Maternal-child care in the community --
Complementary therapies --
Access to health care: --
Culturally competent care: --
Statistical data and maternal-child care: --
Birth rate --
Maternal mortality --
Infant mortality --
Pediatric mortality --
Pediatric morbidity --
Implications for nursing practice --
Legal considerations in maternal-child nursing: --
Scope of practice --
Standards of nursing care --
Client/patient safety --
Informed consent --
Right to privacy --
Patient Self-Determination Act --
Ethical issues in maternal-child nursing: --
Maternal-fetal conflict --
Abortion --
Intrauterine fetal surgery --
Reproductive assistance --
Embryonic stem cell research --
Cord blood banking --
Making treatment decisions for children --
Terminating life-sustaining treatment --
Organ transplantation issues --
Genetic testing of children --
Implications for nursing practice --
Evidence-based practice in maternal-child nursing: --
Culture and the family: --
Family: --
Types of families --
Family development frameworks --
Family assessment --
Cultural influences affecting the family: --
Family roles and structure --
Health beliefs, approaches, and practices --
Healthcare practitioners --
Impact of religion and spirituality --
Childbearing practices --
Childrearing practices --
Culture and nursing care: --
Culturally influenced responses --
Complementary and alternative therapies and the family: --
Benefits and risks --
Types of complementary and alternative therapies --
Nursing care of the family using complementary therapies --
Reproductive anatomy and physiology: --
Puberty: --
Physiology of onset --
Female reproductive system: --
External genitals --
Female internal reproductive organs --
Bony pelvis --
Breasts --
Female reproductive cycle: --
Effects of female hormones --
Neurohormonal basis of the female reproductive cycle --
Uterine (menstrual cycle) --
Male reproductive system: --
External genitals --
Male internal reproductive organs --
Conception and fetal development: --
Cellular division: --
Mitosis --
Meiosis --
Gametogenesis: --
Oogenesis --
Spermatogenesis --
Process of fertilization: --
Preparation for fertilization --
Moment of fertilization --
Preembryonic development: --
Cellar multiplication --
Implantation (nidation) --
Cellular differentiation --
Twins: --
Development and functions of the placenta: --
Placental circulation --
Placental functions --
Development of the fetal circulatory system: --
Embryonic and fetal development: --
Embryonic stage --
Fetal stage --
Factors influencing embryonic and fetal development: --
Part 2: --
Women's Health: --
Health promotion for women: --
Nursing care in the community: --
Nurse's role in addressing issues of sexuality --
Taking a sexual history --
Menstruation: --
Counseling the premenstrual girl about menarche --
Educational topics --
Associated menstrual conditions --
Contraception: --
Fertility awareness methods --
Situational contraceptives --
Spermicides --
Barrier methods of contraception --
Hormonal contraception --
Emergency postcoital --
Contraception --
Operative sterilization --
Male contraception --
Clinical interruption of pregnancy --
Health promotion for women: --
Breast examination --
Mammography --
Pap smear and pelvic examination --
Menopause: --
Clinical therapy --
Violence against women: --
Domestic violence --
Sexual assault and rape --
Common gynecologic problems: --
Care of the woman with a benign disorder of the breast: --
Fibrocystic breast changes --
Other benign breast disorders --
Care of the woman with endometriosis: --
Care of the woman with polycystic ovarian syndrome: --
Clinical therapy --
Nursing management --
Care of the woman with toxic shock syndrome: --
Nursing management --
Care of the woman with a vaginal infection: --
Bacterial vaginosis --
Vulvovaginal candidiasis --
Care of the individual with a sexually transmitted infection: --
Trichomoniasis --
Chlamydial infection --
Gonorrhea --
Herpes genitalis --
Syphilis --
Condylomata acuminata (venereal warts) --
Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome --
Care of the woman with pelvic inflammatory disease: --
Care of the woman with an abnormal finding during pelvic examination: --
Abnormal pap smear results --
Ovarian masses --
Uterine abnormalities --
Care of the woman with a urinary tract infection: --
Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) --
Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) --
Pelvic relaxation: --
Care of the woman requiring a hysterectomy: --
Families with special reproductive concerns: --
Infertility: --
Essential components of fertility --
Initial investigation: physical and psychosocial issues --
Assessment of the woman's fertility --
Assessment of the man's fertility --
Methods of infertility management --
Genetic disorders: --
Chromosomes and chromosomal analysis --
Modes of inheritance --
Prenatal diagnostic tests --
Genetic counseling --
Part 3: --
Pregnancy and family: --
Preparation for parenthood: --
Preconception counseling: --
Preconception health measures --
Contraception --
Conception --
Childbearing decisions: --
Care provider --
Birth setting --
Labor support --
Sibling participation in the birth --
Classes for family member during pregnancy: --
Early classes: first trimester --
Later classes: second and third trimesters --
Adolescent parenting classes --
Breastfeeding programs --
Sibling preparation: adjustment to a newborn --
Classes for grandparents --
Education of the family having cesarean birth: --
Preparation for parents desiring vaginal birth after cesarean: --
Childbirth preparation methods: --
Programs for preparation --
Body-conditioning exercises --
Relaxation exercises --
Breathing techniques --Preparation for childbirth that supports individuality: --
Physical and psychologic changes of pregnancy: --
Anatomy and physiology of pregnancy: --
Reproductive system --
Respiratory system --
Cardiovascular system --
Gastrointestinal system --
Urinary tract --
Skin and hair --
Musculoskeletal system --
Central nervous system --
Metabolism --
Endocrine system --
Signs of pregnancy: --
Subjective (presumptive) changes --
Objective (probable) changes --
Diagnostic (positive) changes --
Psychologic response of the expectant family to pregnancy: --
Mother --
Father --
Siblings --
Grandparents --
Cultural values and pregnancy: --
Antepartal nursing assessment: --
Initial client history: --
Definition of terms --
Client profile --
Obtaining data --
High-risk screening --
Initial prenatal assessment: --
Determination of due date --
Nagele's rule --
Uterine assessment --
Assessment of fetal development --
Assessment of pelvic adequacy (clinical pelvimetry) --
Screening tests --
Subsequent client history: --
Subsequent prenatal assessment: --
Expectant family: needs and care: --
Nursing care during the prenatal period: --
Nursing diagnosis during pregnancy --
Planning and implementation during pregnancy --
Care of the expectant father and siblings: --
Cultural considerations in pregnancy: --
Common discomforts of pregnancy: --
First trimester --
Second and third trimesters --
Promotion of self-care during pregnancy: --
Fetal activity monitoring --
Breast care --
Clothing --
Bathing --
Employment --
Travel --
Activity and rest --
Exercises to prepare for childbirth --
Sexual activity --
Dental care --
Immunizations --
Complementary and alternative therapies --
Teratogenic substances --
Evaluation --
Care of expectant parents over age 35: --
Medical risks --
Special concerns of expectant parents over age 35 --
Maternal nutrition: --
Maternal weight gain: --
Nutritional requirements: --
Calories --
Carbohydrates --
Protein --
Fat and fatty acids --
Minerals --
Vitamins --
Fluid --
Vegetarianism: --
Factors influencing nutrition: --
Common discomforts of pregnancy --
Use of artificial sweeteners --
Foodborne illnesses --
Mercury in fish --
Lactase deficiency (lactose intolerance) --
Cultural, ethnic, and religious influences --
Psychosocial factors --
Eating disorders --
Pica --
Nutritional care of the pregnant adolescent: --
Specific nutrient concerns --
Dietary patterns --
Counseling issues --
Postpartum nutrition: --
Postpartum nutritional status --
Nutritional care of formula-feeding mothers --
Nutritional care of breastfeeding mothers --
Adolescent pregnancy: --
Overview of the adolescent period: --
Physical changes --
Psychosocial development --
Factors contributing to adolescent pregnancy: --
Socioeconomic and cultural factors --
High-risk behaviors --
Psychosocial factors --
Risk to the adolescent mother: --
Physiologic risks --
Psychologic risks --
Sociologic risks --
Risks for the child --
Partners of adolescent mothers: --
Reactions of family and social network to adolescent pregnancy: --
Prevention of adolescent pregnancy: --
Assessment of fetal well-being: --
Maternal assessment of fetal activity: --
Ultrasound: --
Procedures --
Clinical applications --
Risks of ultrasound --
Nuchal translucency testing: --
Doppler blood flow studies (umbilical velocimetry) --
Nonstress test: --
Procedure for NST --
Interpretation of NST results --
Clinical management --
Fetal acoustic and vibroacoustic stimulation tests: --
Biophysical profile: --
Contraction stress test --
Procedure --
Interpretation of SCT results --
Clinical application --
Amniotic fluid analysis: --
Diagnostic uses of amniocentesis --
Chorionic villus sampling: --
Nursing management --
Pregnancy at risk: pregestational problems: --
Care of the woman with substance abuse problems: --
Substances commonly abused during pregnancy --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with diabetes mellitus: --
Carbohydrate metabolism in normal pregnancy --
Pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus --
Classification --
Influence of pregnancy on diabetes --
Influence of diabetes on pregnancy outcome --
Clinical therapy --
Antepartal management of diabetes mellitus --
Intrapartal management of diabetes mellitus --
Postpartal management of diabetes mellitus --
Care of the woman with anemia: --
Care of the woman with HIV infection: --
Pathophysiology of HIV and AIDS --
Maternal risks --
Fetal-neonatal risks --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with heart disease: --
Clinical therapy --
Labor and birth --
Other medical conditions and pregnancy: --
Pregnancy at risk: gestational problems: --
Care of the woman with a bleeding disorder: --
General principles of nursing intervention --
Spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) --
Ectopic pregnancy --
Gestational trophoblastic disease --
Care of the woman with an incompetent cervix: --
Care of the woman with Hyperemesis gravidarum: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with a hypertensive disorder: --
Preeclampsia and eclampsia --
Chronic hypertension --
Chronic hypertension with superimposed preeclampsia --
Gestational hypertension --
Disseminated intravascular coagulation --
Care of the woman at risk for Rh: --
Alloimmunization: --
Fetal-neonatal risks --
Screening for Rh incompatibility and sensitization --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman at risk from ABO: --
Incompatibility: --
Care of the woman requiring surgery during pregnancy: --
Care of the woman suffering trauma from an accident: --
Care of the battered pregnant woman: --
Care of the woman with a perinatal infection affecting the fetus: --
Toxoplasmosis --
Rubella --
Cytomegalovirus --
Herpes simplex virus --
Group B streptococcal infection --
Other infections in pregnancy: --
Part 4: --
Birth And The Family: --
Processes and stages of labor and birth: --
Critical factors in labor: --
Birth passage --
Fetus --
Relationship between the maternal pelvis and presenting part --
Physiologic forces of labor --
Psychosocial considerations --
Physiology of labor: --
Possible causes of labor onset --
Myometrial activity --
Musculature changes in the pelvic floor --
Premonitory signs of labor --
Differences between true and false labor --
Stages of labor and birth: --
First stage --
Second stage --
Third stage --
Fourth stage --
Maternal systemic response to labor: --
Cardiovascular system --
Respiratory system --
Renal system --
Gastrointestinal system --
Immune system and other blood values --
Pain --
Fetal response to labor: --
Intrapartal nursing assessment: --
Maternal assessment: --
History - Intrapartal high-risk screening --
Intrapartal physical and psychosociocultural assessment --
Methods of evaluating labor progress --
Fetal assessment: --
Fetal position and presentation --
Auscultation of fetal heart rate --
Electronic monitoring of fetal heart rate --
Nursing management --
Scalp stimulation test --
Cord blood analysis at birth --
Family in childbirth: needs and care: --
Nursing diagnosis during labor and birth: --
Nursing care during admission: --
Nursing care during the first stage of labor: --
Integration of family expectations --
Integration of cultural beliefs --
Provision of care in the first state of labor --
Promotion of comfort in the first stage --
Nursing care during the second state of labor: --
Promotion of comfort in the second stage --
Assisting during birth --
Nursing care during the third and fourth stages of labor: --
Initial care of the newborn --
Delivery of the placenta --
Enhancing attachment --
Provision of care in the fourth stage --
Support of the adolescent during birth nursing care during precipitous birth: --
Evaluation: --
Pharmacologic pain management: --
Systemic medications: --
Nursing management --
Opioid analgesics --
Analgesic potentiators --
Opiate antagonist: naloxone (narcan) --
Regional anesthesia and analgesia: --
Anesthetic agents for regional blocks --
Types of local anesthetic agents --
Adverse maternal reactions to anesthetic agents --
Neonatal neurobehavioral effects of anesthesia and analgesia --
Epidural block --
Continuous epidural infusion --
Epidural Opioid --
Analgesia after birth --
Spinal block --
Combined spinal-epidural block --
Pudendal block --
Local infiltration anesthesia --
General anesthesia: --
Childbirth at risk: prelabor complications: --
Care of the woman with premature rupture of membranes: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman at risk because of preterm labor: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman at risk because of bleeding during pregnancy: --
Placenta previa --
Abruptio placentae --
Care of the woman with multiple gestation: --
Maternal implications --
Fetal-neonatal implications --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with abnormal amniotic fluid volume: --
Hydramnios --
Oligohydramnios --
Childbirth at risk: labor-related complications: --
Care of the woman with dystocia related to dysfunctional uterine contractions: --
Hypertonic labor patterns ---
Hypotonic labor patterns --
Care of the woman experiencing precipitous labor: --
Risks of precipitous labor --
clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with prolonged (postterm) pregnancy: --
Risks of prolonged pregnancy --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman and fetus at risk because of fetal malposition: --
Risks of fetal malposition --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman and fetus at risk because of fetal malpresentation: --
Brow presentation --
Face presentation --
Breech presentation --
Transverse lie (shoulder presentation) of a single fetus --
Compound presentation --
Care of the woman and fetus at risk for macrosomia: --
Risks of macrosomia --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman and fetus in the presence of nonreassuring fetal status: --
Maternal implications --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman and fetus with a prolapsed umbilical cord: --
Risks of prolapsed umbilical cord --
Clinical therapy --
Nursing management --
Care of the woman and fetus at risk due to an amniotic fluid embolism: --
Maternal implications --
Clinical therapy --
Nursing management --
Care of the woman with cephalopelvic disproportion: --
Types of contractures --
Risks of cephalopelvic disproportion --
Clinical therapy --
Nursing management --
Care of the woman with a complication of the third or fourth stages of labor: --
Retained placenta --
Lacerations --
Placenta accrete --
Care of the woman and fetus with placental problems: --
Care of the family experiencing perinatal loss: --
Common causes of perinatal loss --
Maternal physiologic implications --
Clinical therapy --
Postbirth --
Evaluation --
Phases of grief --
Care of the woman with a psychologic disorder: --
Risks of psychologic disorder: --
Risks of psychologic disorders --
Clinical therapy --
Birth-related procedures: --
Care of the woman during version: --
Criteria for external version --
Contraindications for external version --
Care of the woman during amniotomy: --
AROM procedure --
Care of the woman during cervical ripening: --
Prostaglandin agents --
Misoprostol (cytotec) --
Care of the woman during labor induction: --
Labor readiness --
Methods of inducing labor --
Care of the woman during an episiotomy: --
Factors that predispose women to episiotomy --
Preventive measures --
Episiotomy procedure --
Care of the woman during forceps-assisted birth: --
Indications for forceps-assisted birth --
Neonatal and maternal risks --
Care of the woman during vacuum-assisted birth: --
Care of the family during cesarean birth: --
Indications --
Maternal mortality and morbidity --
Skin incisions --
Uterine incisions --
Analgesia and anesthesia --
Care of the woman undergoing vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC): --
Nursing management --
Part 5: --
Postpartal Family And The Newborn: --
Physiologic responses of the newborn to birth: --
Respiratory adaptations: --
Intrauterine factors supporting respiratory function --
Initiation of breathing --
Factors opposing the first breath --
Cardiopulmonary physiology --
Oxygen transport --
Maintaining respiratory function --
Characteristics of newborn respiration --
Cardiovascular adaptations: --
Fetal-newborn transitional physiology --
Characteristics of cardiac function --
Hematopoietic system: --
Temperature regulation: --
Heat loss --
Heat production (thermogenesis) --
Response to heat --
Hepatic adaptations: --
Iron storage and RBC production --
Carbohydrate metabolism --
Conjugation of bilirubin --
Physiologic jaundice --
Breastfeeding jaundice and breast milk jaundice --
Coagulation --
Gastrointestinal adaptations: --
Digestion and absorption --
Elimination --
Urinary tract adaptations: --
Kidney development and function --
Characteristics of newborn urinary function --
Immunologic adaptations: --
Neurologic and sensory-perceptual functioning --
Intrauterine environment influence on newborn behavior --
Characteristics of newborn neurologic function --
Periods of reactivity --
Behavior states of the newborn --
Behavioral and sensory capacities of the newborn --
Nursing assessment of the newborn: --
Timing of newborn assessments: --
Estimation of gestational age: --
Assessment of physical maturity characteristics --
Assessment of neuromuscular maturity characteristics --
Physical assessment: --
General appearance --
Weight and measurements --
Temperature --
Skin characteristics --
Birthmarks --
Head --
Hair --
Face --
Eyes --
Nose --
Mouth --
Ears --
Necks --
Chest --
Cry --
Respiration --
Heart --
Abdomen --
Umbilical cord --
Genitals --
Anus --
Extremities --
Back --
Assessment of neurologic status --
Newborn physical assessment guide --
Newborn behavioral assessment --
Normal newborn: needs and care: --
Nursing care during admission and the first four hours of life: --
Nursing assessment and diagnosis --
Nursing plan and implementation --
Evaluation --
Nursing care of the newborn following transition: --
Nursing diagnosis --
Nursing plan and implementation --
Evaluation --
Nursing management in preparation for discharge: --
Nursing assessment and diagnosis --
Planning and implementation --
Evaluation --
Newborn nutrition: --
Nutritional needs and milk composition: --
Dietary reference intakes --
Growth --
Fluid --
Energy (calories) --
Fats --
Carbohydrates --
Protein --
vitamins, minerals, and trace elements --
Specialty formulas --
Choice of feeding: breast versus formula: --
Breastfeeding: --
Breastfeeding process Advantages of breast milk --
Potential disadvantages and contraindications to breastfeeding --
Timing of newborn feedings --
Cultural considerations in infant feeding --
Breastfeeding technique --
Formula feeding: --
Formula-feeding technique --
Community-based nursing care: --
Promotion of successful infant breastfeeding --
WIC --
Nutritional assessment: --
Newborn at risk: conditions present at birth: --
Identification of at-risk newborns: --
Care of the small-for-gestational-age/intrauterine growth restriction newborn: --
Factors contributing to UIGR --
Patterns of IUGR --
Common complications of the SGA newborn --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the large-for-gestational-age (LGA) newborn: --
Common complications of the LGA newborn --
Care of the infant of a diabetic mother: --
Common complications of the IDM --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the postterm newborn: --
Common complications of the newborn with postmaturity syndrome --
Syndrome --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the preterm (premature) newborn: --
Alteration in respiratory and cardiac physiology --
Alteration in thermoregulation --
Alternation in gastrointestinal physiology --
Alteration in immunologic physiology --
Alteration in neurologic physiology --
Alteration in reactivity periods and behavioral states --
Management of nutrition and fluid requirements --
Common complications of newborns and their clinical management --
Long-term needs and outcome --
Care of the newborn with congenital anomalies: --
Care of the infant of a substance-abusing mother: --
Alcohol dependence --
Drug dependence --
Common complications of the drug-exposed newborn --
Infants of mothers who are tobacco dependent --
Care of the newborn exposed to HIV/AIDS: --
Nursing management --
Care of the newborn with a congenital heart defect: --
Overview of congenital heart defects --
Nursing management --
Newborn at risk: birth-related stressors: --
Care of the newborn at risk from asphyxia: --
Risk factors predisposing to asphyxia --
Clinical therapy --
Resuscitation management --
Care of the newborn with respiratory distress: --
Respiratory distress syndrome --
Nursing management --
Transient tachypnea of the newborn --
Care of the newborn with Meconium aspiration syndrome --
Care of the newborn with cold stress: --
Nursing management --
Care of the newborn with hypoglycemia: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the newborn with jaundice: --
Physiologic jaundice --
Pathophysiology of hyperbilirubinemia --
Causes of hyperbilirubinemia --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the newborn with anemia: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the newborn with polycythemia: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the newborn with infection: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the family with birth of an at-risk newborn: --
Parental responses --
Developmental consequences --
Considerations for the nurse who works with at-risk newborns --
Postpartal adaptation and nursing assessment: --
Postpartal physical adaptations: --
Reproductive system --
Abdomen --
Lactation --
Gastrointestinal system --
Urinary tract --
Vital signs --
Blood values --
Cardiovascular changes --
Neurologic and immunologic changes --
Weight loss --
Postpartal chill --
Postpartal diaphoresis --
Afterpains --
Postpartal psychologic adaptations: --
Taking-in and taking-hold --
Becoming a mother (BAM) --
Postpartum blues --
Importance of social support --
Development of family attachment: --
Initial maternal attachment behavior --
Cultural influences in the Postpartal period --
Postpartal nursing assessment: --
Risk factors --
Physical assessment --
Psychologic assessment --
Assessment of early attachment --
Discharge assessment and follow-up: --
Postpartal family: early care needs and home care: --
Nursing care during the early postpartal period: --
Nursing diagnosis --
Nursing plan and implementation --
Promotion of maternal comfort and well-being: --
Monitoring uterine status --
Relief of perineal discomfort --
Relief of hemorrhoidal discomfort --
Relief of afterpains --
Relief of discomfort from immobility and muscle strain --
Relief of discomfort from postpartal diaphoresis --
Suppression of lactation in the non-breastfeeding mother --
Relief of emotional stress --
Promotionof maternal rest and activity: --
Relief of fatigue --
Resumption of activity --
Postpartal exercises --
Sexual activity and contraception --
Pharmacologic interventions --
Promotio of effective parent learning: --
Promotion of family wellness: --
Reactions of siblings --
Parent-infant attachment --
Nursing care following cesarean birth: --
Promotion of maternal physical well-being after cesarean birth --
Promotion of parent-infant interaction after cesarean birth --
Nursing care of the postpartal adolescent: --
Nursing care of the woman who relinquishes her infant: --
Preparation for discharge: --
Discharge criteria --
Discharge teaching --
Considerations for follow-up care --
Evaluation: --
considerations for the home visit: --
Purpose and timing of the home visit --
Maintaining safety --
Fostering a caring relationship with the family --
Home care: the mother and family: --
Assessment of the mother and family --
Breastfeeding concerns following discharge --
Home care: the newborn: --
Handling and positioning --
Bathing --
Nail care --
Dressing the newborn --
Temperature assessment --
Stools and urine --
Sleep and activity --
Crying --
Safety considerations --
Postpartal classes and support groups: --
Postpartal family at risk: --
Care of the woman with postpartal hemorrhage: --
Early (primary) postpartal hemorrhage --
Late (secondary) postpartal hemorrhage --
Care of the woman with a reproductive tract infection or wound infection: --
Postpartal uterine infection --
Perineal wound infections --
Cesarean wound infections --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with a urinary tract infection: --
Over distention of the bladder --
Cystitis (lower urinary tract infection) --
Care of the woman with mastitis: --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with postpartum thromboembolic disease: --
Superficial leg vein disease --
Deep vein thrombosis --
Clinical therapy --
Care of the woman with a postpartum psychiatric disorder: --
Types of postpartum psychiatric disorders --
Clinical therapy --
Part 6: --
Care And Needs Of Children: --
Growth and development: --
Principles of growth and development: --
Major theories of development: --
Freud's theory of psychosexual development --
Stages --
Erikson's theory of psychosocial development --
Stages --
Piaget's theory of cognitive development --
Stages --
Kohlberg's theory of moral development --
Stages --
Social learning theory --
Behaviorism --
Ecologic theory --
Temperament theory --
Resiliency theory --
Influences on development: --
Infant (birth to 1 year): --
Physical growth and development --
Cognitive development --
Play --
Personality and temperament --
Communication --
Toddler (1 to 3 years): --
Physical growth and development --
Cognitive development --
Play --
Personality and temperament --
Communication --
Preschool child (3 to 6 years): --
Physical growth and development --
Cognitive development --
Play --
Personality and temperament --
Communication --
School-age child (6 to 12 years): --
Physical growth and development --
Cognitive development --
Play --
Personality and temperament --
Communication --
Sexuality --
Adolescent (12 to 18 years): --
Physical growth and development --
Cognitive development --
Activities --
Personality and temperament --
Communication --
Sexuality --
Infant, child, and adolescent nutrition: --
General nutrition concepts: --
Nutritional needs: --
Infancy --
Toddlerhood --
Preschool --
School age --
Adolescence --
Nutritional assessment: --
Physical and behavioral measurement --
Dietary intake --
Common nutritional concerns: --
Childhood hunger --
Overweight and obesity --
Food safety --
Common dietary deficiencies --
Feeding and eating disorders--
Food reactions --
Nutritional support: --
Sports nutrition and ergogenic agents --
Health-related conditions --
Vegetarianism --
Enteral therapy --
Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) --
Pediatric assessment: --
Anatomic and physiologic characteristics of infants and children: --
Obtaining the child's history: --
Communication strategies --
Data to be collected --
Developmental approach to the examination --
General appraisal: --
Assessing skin and hair characteristics: --
Inspection of the skin --
Palpation of the skin --
Capillary refill time --
Skin lesions --
Inspection of the hair --
Palpation of the hair --
Assessing the head for skull characteristics and facial features: --
Inspection of the head and face --
Palpation of the skull --
Assessing eye structures, function, and vision: --
Inspection of the external eye structures --
Assessment of the eye muscles --
Vision assessment --
Inspection of the internal eye structures --
Assessing the ear structures and hearing: --
Inspection of the external ear structures --
Inspection of the tympanic membrane --
Hearing assessment --
Assessing the nose and sinuses for airway patency and discharge: --
Inspection of the external nose --
Palpation of the external nose --
Assessment of smell --
Inspection of the internal nose --
Inspection of the sinuses --
Assessing the mouth and throat for color, function, and signs of abnormal conditions: --
Inspection of the mouth --
Palpation of the mouth structures --
Inspection of the throat --
Assessing the neck for characteristics, range of motion, and lymph nodes: --
Inspection of the neck --
Palpation of the neck --
Range of motion assessment --
Assessing the chest for shape, movement, respiratory effort, and lung function: --
Inspection of the chest --
Palpation of the chest --
Auscultation of the chest --
Percussion of the chest --
Assessing the breasts: --
Inspection of the breasts --
Palpation of the breasts --
Assessing the heart for sounds and function: --
Inspection of the precordium --
Palpation of the precordium --Auscultation of the heart --
Completing the heart examination --
Assessing the abdomen for shape, bowel sounds, and underlying organs: --
Topographic landmarks of the abdomen --
Inspection of the abdomen --
Auscultation of the abdomen --
Percussion of the abdomen --
Palpation of the abdomen --
Assessment of the inguinal area --
Assessing the genital and perineal areas for external structural abnormalities: --
Inspection of the female genitalia --
Palpation of the female genitalia --
Inspection of the male genitalia --
Palpation of the male genitalia --
Anus and rectum --
Assessment of pubertal development and sexual maturation: --
Females --
Males --
Sexual maturity rating --
Assessing the musculoskeletal system for bone and joint structure, movement, and muscle strength: --
Inspection of the bones, muscles, and joints --
Palpation of the bones, muscles, and joints --
Range of motion and muscle strength assessment --
Posture and spinal alignment --
Inspection of the upper extremities --
Inspection of the lower extremities --
Assessing the nervous system for cognitive function, balance, coordination, cranial nerve function, sensation, and reflexes: --
Cognitive function --
Cerebellar function --
Cranial nerve function --
Sensory function --
Infant primitive reflexes --
Superficial and deep tendon reflexes --
Analyzing data from the physical examination: --
Health promotion and maintenance: general concepts, the newborn, and the infant: --
General concepts: --
Components of health promotion/health maintenance visits: --
Health promotion and maintenance of the newborn and infant: --
Early contacts with the family --
General observations --
Growth and developmental surveillance --
Nutrition physical activity --
Oral health --
Mental and spiritual health --
Relationships --
Disease prevention --
Strategies --
Injury prevention strategies --
Health promotion and maintenance: the toddler, the preschooler, and the school-age child: --
Health promotion and maintenance: the toddler and preschooler: --
General observations --
Growth and developmental surveillance --
Nutrition --
Physical activity --
Oral health --
Mental and spiritual health --
Relationships --
Disease prevention strategies --
Injury prevention strategies --
Health promotion and maintenance: the school-age child: --
General observations --
Growth and developmental surveillance --
Nutrition --
Physical activity --
Oral health --
Mental and spiritual health --
Relationships --
Disease prevention strategies --
Injury prevention strategies --
Health promotion and maintenance: the adolescent: --
General observations: --
Growth and developmental surveillance nutrition: --
Physical activity: --
Oral health: --
Mental and spiritual health: --
Relationships: --
Disease prevention strategies: --
Injury prevention strategies: --
Family assessment and concepts of nursing care in the community: --
Family assessment: --
Family stressors --
Family strengths --
Collecting data for family assessment --
Family assessment tools --
Family support services in the community --
Community-based health care: --
Community healthcare settings: --
Office or healthcare center setting nursing roles --
Specialty healthcare setting nursing roles --
School setting nursing roles --
Childcare settings nursing roles --
Home healthcare nursing roles --
Nursing considerations for the child and family with a chronic condition: --
Overview of chronic conditions: --
Role of the nurse: --
Child with a newly diagnosed chronic condition --
Discharge planning and home care teaching --
Coordination of care --
Community sites of care: --
Office or health center --
Specialty referral centers --
Schools --
Home care --
Nursing considerations for the hospitalized child: --
Effects of hospitalization on children and their families: --
Children's understanding of health and illness --
Family responses to hospitalization --
Family assessment --
Nurse's role in the child's adaptation to hospitalization: --
Planned hospitalization --
Unexpected hospitalization --
Nursing care of the hospitalized child: --
Special units and types of care --
Parental involvement and parental presence --
Preparation for procedures --
Performing the procedure --
Preparation for surgery --
Strategies to promote coping and normal development of the hospitalized child: --
Rooming in --
Child life programs --
Therapeutic play --
Therapeutic recreation --
Strategies to meet educational needs --
Preparation for home care: --
Assessing the child and family in preparation for discharge --
Preparing the family for home care --
Preparing parents to act as case managers --
Pain assessment and management in children: --
Pain: --
Misconceptions about pain in children --
Development aspects of pain perception, memory, and response --
Cultural influences on pain --
Consequences of pain --
Pain assessment: --
Pain history --
Pain assessment: --
Pain assessment scales --
Acute pain: --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Nonpharmacologic methods of pain management --
Chronic pain: --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Sedation and pain management for medical procedures: --
Clinical therapy --
Child with a life-threatening condition and end-of-life care: --
Life-threatening illness or injury: --
Child's experience: --
Coping mechanisms --
Parents' experience of a child's life-threatening illness or injury: --
Family in crisis --
Parental reactions to life-threatening illness or injury --
End-of-life care: --
Palliative care --
Hospice care --
Ethical issues surrounding a child's death: --
Brain death criteria --
Withdrawal of or withholding treatment --
Conflicts regarding parent's refusal of treatment --
Do-not-resuscitate orders --
School considerations --
Care of the dying child: --
Awareness of dying by developmental age --
Bereavement: --
Parent's reactions --
Sudden death of a child --
Death of a newborn or young infant --
Grief and bereavement --
Sibling's reactions --
Staff reactions to the death of a child --
Social and environmental influences on the child: --
Basic concepts: --
Social influences on child health: --
Poverty --
Stress --
Families --
School and child care --
Community --
Culture --
Lifestyle activates and their influence on child health: --
Tobacco use --
Alcohol use --
Substance use --
Physical inactivity/sedentary behavior --
Injury and protective equipment --
Body art --
Sexual orientation --
Effects of violence: --
Schools and communities --
Bullying --
Incarceration --
Hazing --
Domestic violence --
Dating violence --
Child abuse: --
Physical abuse --
Physical neglect --
Abandoned babies --
Emotional abuse --
Emotional neglect --
Sexual abuse --
Munchhausen syndrome by proxy --
Environmental influences on child health: --
Disasters --
Environmental contaminants --
Poisoning --
Ingestion of foreign objects --
Lead poisoning --
Immunizations and communicable diseases: --
Special vulnerability of infants and children immunization: --
Clinical manifestations --
Collaborative care --
Infectious and communicable diseases in children: --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Emerging infection control threats: --
Nursing management --
Part 7: --
Caring For Children With Alteration In Health Status: --
Child with alterations in fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Fluid volume imbalances: --
Extracellular fluid volume imbalances: --
Extracellular fluid volume deficit (dehydration) --
Extracellular fluid volume excess: --
Interstitial fluid volume excess (edema) --
Electrolyte imbalances: --
Sodium imbalances: --
Hypernatremia --
Hyponatremia --
Clinical manifestations --
Potassium imbalances: --
Hyperkalemia --
Hypokalemia --
Calcium imbalances: --
Hypercalcemia --
Hypocalcemia --
Magnesium imbalances: --
Hypermagnesemia --
Hypomagnesemis --
Clinical assessment of fluid and electrolyte imbalance: --
Physiology of acid-base balance: --
Buffers --
Role of the lungs --
Role of the kidneys --
Role of the liver --
Acid-base imbalances: --
Respiratory acidosis --
Respiratory alkalosis --
Metabolic acidosis --
Metabolic alkalosis --
Mixed acid-base imbalances --
Child with alterations in eye, ear, nose, and throat function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Eye --
Ear --
Nose, throat, and mouth --
Disorders of the eye: --
Infectious conjunctivitis: --
Periorbital cellulitis: --
Visual disorders: --
Color blindness: --
Retinepathy of prematurity: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Visual impairment: --
Injuries of the eye: --
Disorders of the ear: --
Otitis media: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Otitis externa: --
Hearing impairment: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Injuries of the ear: --
Disorders of the nose, throat, and mouth: --
Epistaxis: --
Nasopharyngitis: --
Sinusitis: --
Pharyngitis: --
Tonsillitis and adenoiditis: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Disorders of the mouth: --
Child with alterations in respiratory function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Upper airway differences --
Lower airway differences --
Respiratory distress and respiratory failure: --
Foreign-body aspiration --
Respiratory failure --
Apnea: --
Apparent life-threatening event (ALTE) --
Obstructive sleep apnea --
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) --
Croup syndromes: --
Laryngotracheobronchitis --
Epiglottitis (supraglottitis) --
Bacterial tracheitis --
Lower airway disorders: --
Bronchitis --
Bronchiolitis and respiratory syncytial virus --
Pneumonia --
Tuberculosis --
Chronic lung diseases: --
Bronchopulmonary dysplasis --
Asthma --
Status asthmaticus --
Cystic fibrosis --
Injuries of the respiratory system: --
Smoke-inhalation injury --
Blunt chest trauma --
Pulmonary contusion --
Pneumothorax --
Child with alterations in cardiovascular function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Oxygenation --
Cardiac functioning --
Congenital heart disease: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Congenital heart defects that increase pulmonary blood flow: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Defects causing decreased pulmonary blood flow and mixed defects: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Defects obstructing systemic blood flow: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Congestive heart failure: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Cardiomyopathy --
Heart transplantation --
Pulmonary artery hypertension --
Acquired heart diseases: --
Infective endocarditis --
Rheumatic fever --
Kawasaki disease --
Cardiac arrhythmias --
Dyslipidemia --
Hypertension --
Injuries of the cardiovascular system: --
Shock --
Hypovolemic shock --
Distributive shock --
Obstructive shock --
Cardiogenic shock --
Myocardial contusion --
Commotio cordis --
Child with alterations in immune function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Immunodeficiency disorders: --
B-cell and T-cell disorders --
Severe combined immunodeficiency disease --
Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome --
Human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immune deficiency syndrome --
Autoimmune disorders: --
Systemic lupus erythematosus --
Juvenile arthritis --
Allergic reactions: --
Latex allergy --
Graft-versus-host disease: --
Child with alternations in hematologic function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Red blood cells --
White blood cells --
Platelets --
Anemias: --
Iron deficiency anemia --
Normocytic anemia --
Sickle cell disease --
Thalassemias --
Aplastic anemia --
Bleeding disorders: --
Hemophilia --
von Willebrand disease --
Disseminated intravascular coagulation --
Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura --
Meningococcemia --
Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) --
Child with cancer: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Childhood cancer: --
Incidence --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Collaborative care --
Special issues in childhood cancer: --
Oncologic emergencies --
Psychosocial needs --
Solid tumors: --
Brain tumors --
Neuroblastoma --
Wilms'tumor (nephroblastoma) --
Bone tumors: --
Osteosarcoma --
Ewing's sarcoma: --
Leukemia: --
Soft-tissue tumors: --
Hodgkin disease --
Non-Hodgkin lymphoma --
Rhabdomyosarcoma --
Retinoblastoma --
Child with alterations in gastrointestinal function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences structural defects: --
Cleft lip and cleft palate --
Esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula --
Pyloric stenosis --
Gastroesophagel reflux --
Omphalocele and gastroshisis --
Intussusception --
Volvulus --
Hirschsprung disease --
Anorectal malformations --
Hernias --
Ostomies: --
Preoperative care --
Postoperative care --
Inflammatory disorders: --
Appendicitis --
Necrotizing enterocolitis --
Mercke's diverticulum --
Inflammatory bowel disease --
Peptic ulcer --
Disorders of motility: --
Gastroenteritis (acute diarrhea) --
Constipation --
Encopresis --
Intestinal parasitic disorders: --
Feeding disorders: --
Colic --
Rumination --
Disorders of malabsorption: --
Celiac disease --
Lactose intolerance --
Short bowel syndrome --
Hepatic disorders: --
Biliary atresia --
Viral hepatitis --
Cirrhsis --
Injuries to the gastrointestinal system: --
Abdominal trauma --
Child with alterations in genitourinary function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Urinary system --
Reproductive system --
Structural defects of the urinary system: --
Bladder Exstrophy --
Hypospadias and epispadias --
Obstructive uropathy --
Prune-belly syndrome --
Urinary tract infection --
Disorders affecting urinary elimination: --
Enuresis --
Renal disorders: --
Nephrotic syndrome --
Acute postinfectious --
Glomerulonephritis --
Hemolytic-uremic syndrome --
Polycystic kidney disease --
Renal failure: --
Acute renal failure --
Chronic renal failure --
Renal replacement therapy --
Structural defects of the reproductive system: --
Phimosis --
Cryptorchidism --
Inguinal hernia and Hydrocele --
Testicular torsion --
Child with alterations in endocrine function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Disorders of pituitary function: --
Growth hormone deficiency (hypopituitarism) --
Growth hormone excess (hyperpituitarism) --
Diabetes --
Insipidus --
Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) --
Precocious puberty --
Disorders of thyroid function: --
Hypothroidism --
Hyperthyroidism --
Disorders of the parathyroid: --
Hyperparathyroidism --
Hypoparathyroidism --
Disorders of adrenal function: --
Cushing disease --
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia --
Cushing disease --
Congenital adrenal hyperplasia --
Adrenal insufficiency (Addison disease) --
Pheochromocytoma --
Disorders of pancreatic function: --
Diabetes mellitus --
Type 1 diabetes --
Diabetic ketoacidosis --
Hypoglycemia --
Type 2 diabetes --
Disorders of gonadal function: --
Gynecomastia --
Amenorrhea --
Disorders related to sex chromosome abnormalities: --
Turner syndrome --
Klinefelter syndrome --
Inborn errors of metabolism: --
Phenylketonuria --
Galactosemia --
Defects in fatty acid oxidation --
Maple syrup urine disease --
Child with alterations in neurologic function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Altered states of consciousness: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Seizure disorders: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Infectious diseases: --
Bacterial meningitis --
Viral (aseptic) meningitis --
Encephalitis --
Reye syndrome --
Guillain-Barre syndrome (postinfectious polyneuritis) --
Headaches: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Structural defects: --
Microcephaly --
Hydrocephalus --
Neural tube defects --
Myelodysplasia (spina bifida) --
Craniosynostosis --
Neurofibromatosis --
Cerebral palsy: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Injuries of the neurologic system: --
Traumatic brain injury --
Specific head injuries --
Spinal cord injury --
Hypoxic-Ischemic brain injury (drowning) --
Child with alterations n mental health and cognitive function: --
Mental health alterations of children and adolescents: --
Clinical therapy --
Developmental and behavioral disorders: --
Pervasive developmental disorders (autistic spectrum disorders): --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Attention deficit disorder and attention deficit: --
Hyperactivity disorder: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Mood disorders: --
Depression: --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Biopolar disorder (manic depression) --
Anxiety and related disorders: --
Generalized anxiety disorder: --
Separation anxiety disorders: --
Panic disorder --
Obsessive-compulsive disorder: --
School phobia (social phobia) --
Conversion reaction: --
Posttraumatic stress disorder: --
Other disorders: --
Suicide: --
Tic disorders and Tourette syndrome: --
Schizophrenia: --
Cognitive alterations: --
Learning disabilities: --
Intellecutal disability (mental retardation): --
Etiology and Pathophysiology --
Clinical manifestations --
Clinical therapy --
Child with alterations in musculoskeletal function: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Bones --
Muscles, tendons, and ligaments --
Disorders of the feet and legs: --
Metatarsus adductus --
Clubfoot --
Genu varum and genu valgum --
Disorders of the hip: --
Developmental dysplasia of the hip --
Legg-Calve-Perthes disease --
Slipped capital femoral epiphysis --
Disorders of the spine: --
Scoliosis --
Torticollis, kyphosis, and lordosis --
Additional disorders of the bones and joints: --
Osteoporosis and osteopenia --
Osteomyelitis --
Skeletal tuberculosis and septic arthritis --
Achondroplasia --
Marfan syndrome --
Osteogenesis imperfecta --
Muscular dystrophies --
Injuries to the musculoskeletal system: --
Fractures --
Sports injuries --
Amputations --
Child with alterations in skin integrity: --
Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: --
Skin lesions: --
Wound healing: --
Dermatitis: --
Contact dermatitis --
Diaper dermatitis --
Seborrheic dermatitis --
Bacterial infections: --
Impetigo --
Folliculitis --
Cellulitis --
Viral infectious disorders: --
Molluscum contagiosum --
Warts (papillomavirus) --
Fungal infections: --
Oral candidal infection (trush) --
Dermatophtoses (Ringworm) --
Drug reactions: --
Chronic skin conditions: --
Atopic eczema --
Acne --
Psoriasis --
Epidermolysis bullosa --
Infestations: --
Pediculosis capitis (lice) --
Scabies --
Vascular tumors (hemangiomas) --
Injuries to the skin: --
Pressure ulcers --
Burns --
Sunburn --
Hypothermia --
Frostbite --
Bites --
Contusions --
Foreign bodies --
Lacerations --
Appendix A: Selected maternal-newborn laboratory values --
Appendix B: Selected pediatric laboratory values --
Appendix C: Growth charts --
Appendix D: Pediatric blood pressure tables --
Appendix E: Conversions and equivalents --
Appendix F: Actions and effects of selected drugs during breastfeeding --
Appendix G: Friedman family assessment model (short form) --
Appendix H: Dietary reference intakes --
Appendix I: West nomogram-body surface area --
Glossary --
Index.
Other Titles: Maternal and child nursing care
Responsibility: Marcia L. London ... [et al.].

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Book Description: Nursing care for pregnant women and children is a family-centered process, and Maternal and Child Nursing Care, 3e, is a text that addresses the needs of families across the continuum, from conception through adolescence. The themes that shape this book- nursing care in the community, client education, critical thinking, and evidence-based practice in nursing-will prepare students for the responsibility of managing care for families with diverse healthcare needs, and to work collaboratively with families and other health professionals to enhance care.

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schema:datePublished"2011"
schema:description"Adolescent pregnancy: -- Overview of the adolescent period: -- Physical changes -- Psychosocial development -- Factors contributing to adolescent pregnancy: -- Socioeconomic and cultural factors -- High-risk behaviors -- Psychosocial factors -- Risk to the adolescent mother: -- Physiologic risks -- Psychologic risks -- Sociologic risks -- Risks for the child -- Partners of adolescent mothers: -- Reactions of family and social network to adolescent pregnancy: -- Prevention of adolescent pregnancy: -- Assessment of fetal well-being: -- Maternal assessment of fetal activity: -- Ultrasound: -- Procedures -- Clinical applications -- Risks of ultrasound -- Nuchal translucency testing: -- Doppler blood flow studies (umbilical velocimetry) -- Nonstress test: -- Procedure for NST -- Interpretation of NST results -- Clinical management -- Fetal acoustic and vibroacoustic stimulation tests: -- Biophysical profile: -- Contraction stress test -- Procedure -- Interpretation of SCT results -- Clinical application -- Amniotic fluid analysis: -- Diagnostic uses of amniocentesis -- Chorionic villus sampling: -- Nursing management -- Pregnancy at risk: pregestational problems: -- Care of the woman with substance abuse problems: -- Substances commonly abused during pregnancy -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with diabetes mellitus: -- Carbohydrate metabolism in normal pregnancy -- Pathophysiology of diabetes mellitus -- Classification -- Influence of pregnancy on diabetes -- Influence of diabetes on pregnancy outcome -- Clinical therapy -- Antepartal management of diabetes mellitus -- Intrapartal management of diabetes mellitus -- Postpartal management of diabetes mellitus -- Care of the woman with anemia: -- Care of the woman with HIV infection: -- Pathophysiology of HIV and AIDS -- Maternal risks -- Fetal-neonatal risks -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with heart disease: -- Clinical therapy -- Labor and birth -- Other medical conditions and pregnancy: -- Pregnancy at risk: gestational problems: -- Care of the woman with a bleeding disorder: -- General principles of nursing intervention -- Spontaneous abortion (miscarriage) -- Ectopic pregnancy -- Gestational trophoblastic disease -- Care of the woman with an incompetent cervix: -- Care of the woman with Hyperemesis gravidarum: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with a hypertensive disorder: -- Preeclampsia and eclampsia -- Chronic hypertension -- Chronic hypertension with superimposed preeclampsia -- Gestational hypertension -- Disseminated intravascular coagulation -- Care of the woman at risk for Rh: -- Alloimmunization: -- Fetal-neonatal risks -- Screening for Rh incompatibility and sensitization -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman at risk from ABO: -- Incompatibility: -- Care of the woman requiring surgery during pregnancy: -- Care of the woman suffering trauma from an accident: -- Care of the battered pregnant woman: -- Care of the woman with a perinatal infection affecting the fetus: -- Toxoplasmosis -- Rubella -- Cytomegalovirus -- Herpes simplex virus -- Group B streptococcal infection -- Other infections in pregnancy: -- Part 4: -- Birth And The Family: -- Processes and stages of labor and birth: -- Critical factors in labor: -- Birth passage -- Fetus -- Relationship between the maternal pelvis and presenting part -- Physiologic forces of labor -- Psychosocial considerations -- Physiology of labor: -- Possible causes of labor onset -- Myometrial activity -- Musculature changes in the pelvic floor -- Premonitory signs of labor -- Differences between true and false labor -- Stages of labor and birth: -- First stage -- Second stage -- Third stage -- Fourth stage -- Maternal systemic response to labor: -- Cardiovascular system -- Respiratory system -- Renal system -- Gastrointestinal system -- Immune system and other blood values -- Pain -- Fetal response to labor: -- Intrapartal nursing assessment: -- Maternal assessment: -- History - Intrapartal high-risk screening -- Intrapartal physical and psychosociocultural assessment -- Methods of evaluating labor progress -- Fetal assessment: -- Fetal position and presentation -- Auscultation of fetal heart rate -- Electronic monitoring of fetal heart rate -- Nursing management -- Scalp stimulation test -- Cord blood analysis at birth -- Family in childbirth: needs and care: -- Nursing diagnosis during labor and birth: -- Nursing care during admission: -- Nursing care during the first stage of labor: -- Integration of family expectations -- Integration of cultural beliefs -- Provision of care in the first state of labor -- Promotion of comfort in the first stage -- Nursing care during the second state of labor: -- Promotion of comfort in the second stage -- Assisting during birth -- Nursing care during the third and fourth stages of labor: -- Initial care of the newborn -- Delivery of the placenta -- Enhancing attachment -- Provision of care in the fourth stage -- Support of the adolescent during birth nursing care during precipitous birth: -- Evaluation: -- Pharmacologic pain management: -- Systemic medications: -- Nursing management -- Opioid analgesics -- Analgesic potentiators -- Opiate antagonist: naloxone (narcan) -- Regional anesthesia and analgesia: -- Anesthetic agents for regional blocks -- Types of local anesthetic agents -- Adverse maternal reactions to anesthetic agents -- Neonatal neurobehavioral effects of anesthesia and analgesia -- Epidural block -- Continuous epidural infusion -- Epidural Opioid -- Analgesia after birth -- Spinal block -- Combined spinal-epidural block -- Pudendal block -- Local infiltration anesthesia -- General anesthesia: -- Childbirth at risk: prelabor complications: -- Care of the woman with premature rupture of membranes: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman at risk because of preterm labor: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman at risk because of bleeding during pregnancy: -- Placenta previa -- Abruptio placentae -- Care of the woman with multiple gestation: -- Maternal implications -- Fetal-neonatal implications -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with abnormal amniotic fluid volume: -- Hydramnios -- Oligohydramnios -- Childbirth at risk: labor-related complications: -- Care of the woman with dystocia related to dysfunctional uterine contractions: -- Hypertonic labor patterns --- Hypotonic labor patterns -- Care of the woman experiencing precipitous labor: -- Risks of precipitous labor -- clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with prolonged (postterm) pregnancy: -- Risks of prolonged pregnancy -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman and fetus at risk because of fetal malposition: -- Risks of fetal malposition -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman and fetus at risk because of fetal malpresentation: -- Brow presentation -- Face presentation -- Breech presentation -- Transverse lie (shoulder presentation) of a single fetus -- Compound presentation -- Care of the woman and fetus at risk for macrosomia: -- Risks of macrosomia -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman and fetus in the presence of nonreassuring fetal status: -- Maternal implications -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman and fetus with a prolapsed umbilical cord: -- Risks of prolapsed umbilical cord -- Clinical therapy -- Nursing management -- Care of the woman and fetus at risk due to an amniotic fluid embolism: -- Maternal implications -- Clinical therapy -- Nursing management -- Care of the woman with cephalopelvic disproportion: -- Types of contractures -- Risks of cephalopelvic disproportion -- Clinical therapy -- Nursing management -- Care of the woman with a complication of the third or fourth stages of labor: -- Retained placenta -- Lacerations -- Placenta accrete -- Care of the woman and fetus with placental problems: -- Care of the family experiencing perinatal loss: -- Common causes of perinatal loss -- Maternal physiologic implications -- Clinical therapy -- Postbirth -- Evaluation -- Phases of grief -- Care of the woman with a psychologic disorder: -- Risks of psychologic disorder: -- Risks of psychologic disorders -- Clinical therapy --"
schema:description"Postpartal family at risk: -- Care of the woman with postpartal hemorrhage: -- Early (primary) postpartal hemorrhage -- Late (secondary) postpartal hemorrhage -- Care of the woman with a reproductive tract infection or wound infection: -- Postpartal uterine infection -- Perineal wound infections -- Cesarean wound infections -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with a urinary tract infection: -- Over distention of the bladder -- Cystitis (lower urinary tract infection) -- Care of the woman with mastitis: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with postpartum thromboembolic disease: -- Superficial leg vein disease -- Deep vein thrombosis -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the woman with a postpartum psychiatric disorder: -- Types of postpartum psychiatric disorders -- Clinical therapy -- Part 6: -- Care And Needs Of Children: -- Growth and development: -- Principles of growth and development: -- Major theories of development: -- Freud's theory of psychosexual development -- Stages -- Erikson's theory of psychosocial development -- Stages -- Piaget's theory of cognitive development -- Stages -- Kohlberg's theory of moral development -- Stages -- Social learning theory -- Behaviorism -- Ecologic theory -- Temperament theory -- Resiliency theory -- Influences on development: -- Infant (birth to 1 year): -- Physical growth and development -- Cognitive development -- Play -- Personality and temperament -- Communication -- Toddler (1 to 3 years): -- Physical growth and development -- Cognitive development -- Play -- Personality and temperament -- Communication -- Preschool child (3 to 6 years): -- Physical growth and development -- Cognitive development -- Play -- Personality and temperament -- Communication -- School-age child (6 to 12 years): -- Physical growth and development -- Cognitive development -- Play -- Personality and temperament -- Communication -- Sexuality -- Adolescent (12 to 18 years): -- Physical growth and development -- Cognitive development -- Activities -- Personality and temperament -- Communication -- Sexuality -- Infant, child, and adolescent nutrition: -- General nutrition concepts: -- Nutritional needs: -- Infancy -- Toddlerhood -- Preschool -- School age -- Adolescence -- Nutritional assessment: -- Physical and behavioral measurement -- Dietary intake -- Common nutritional concerns: -- Childhood hunger -- Overweight and obesity -- Food safety -- Common dietary deficiencies -- Feeding and eating disorders-- Food reactions -- Nutritional support: -- Sports nutrition and ergogenic agents -- Health-related conditions -- Vegetarianism -- Enteral therapy -- Total parenteral nutrition (TPN) -- Pediatric assessment: -- Anatomic and physiologic characteristics of infants and children: -- Obtaining the child's history: -- Communication strategies -- Data to be collected -- Developmental approach to the examination -- General appraisal: -- Assessing skin and hair characteristics: -- Inspection of the skin -- Palpation of the skin -- Capillary refill time -- Skin lesions -- Inspection of the hair -- Palpation of the hair -- Assessing the head for skull characteristics and facial features: -- Inspection of the head and face -- Palpation of the skull -- Assessing eye structures, function, and vision: -- Inspection of the external eye structures -- Assessment of the eye muscles -- Vision assessment -- Inspection of the internal eye structures -- Assessing the ear structures and hearing: -- Inspection of the external ear structures -- Inspection of the tympanic membrane -- Hearing assessment -- Assessing the nose and sinuses for airway patency and discharge: -- Inspection of the external nose -- Palpation of the external nose -- Assessment of smell -- Inspection of the internal nose -- Inspection of the sinuses -- Assessing the mouth and throat for color, function, and signs of abnormal conditions: -- Inspection of the mouth -- Palpation of the mouth structures -- Inspection of the throat -- Assessing the neck for characteristics, range of motion, and lymph nodes: -- Inspection of the neck -- Palpation of the neck -- Range of motion assessment -- Assessing the chest for shape, movement, respiratory effort, and lung function: -- Inspection of the chest -- Palpation of the chest -- Auscultation of the chest -- Percussion of the chest -- Assessing the breasts: -- Inspection of the breasts -- Palpation of the breasts -- Assessing the heart for sounds and function: -- Inspection of the precordium -- Palpation of the precordium --Auscultation of the heart -- Completing the heart examination -- Assessing the abdomen for shape, bowel sounds, and underlying organs: -- Topographic landmarks of the abdomen -- Inspection of the abdomen -- Auscultation of the abdomen -- Percussion of the abdomen -- Palpation of the abdomen -- Assessment of the inguinal area -- Assessing the genital and perineal areas for external structural abnormalities: -- Inspection of the female genitalia -- Palpation of the female genitalia -- Inspection of the male genitalia -- Palpation of the male genitalia -- Anus and rectum --"
schema:description"About the authors -- Thank you! -- Dedication -- Preface -- Acknowledgments -- Part 1: -- Introduction To Family-Centered Care: -- Contemporary maternal, newborn, and child health nursing: -- Nursing roles in maternal-child nursing: -- Family-centered maternal-child care: -- Contemporary childbirth -- Contemporary care of children -- Maternal-child care in the community -- Complementary therapies -- Access to health care: -- Culturally competent care: -- Statistical data and maternal-child care: -- Birth rate -- Maternal mortality -- Infant mortality -- Pediatric mortality -- Pediatric morbidity -- Implications for nursing practice -- Legal considerations in maternal-child nursing: -- Scope of practice -- Standards of nursing care -- Client/patient safety -- Informed consent -- Right to privacy -- Patient Self-Determination Act -- Ethical issues in maternal-child nursing: -- Maternal-fetal conflict -- Abortion -- Intrauterine fetal surgery -- Reproductive assistance -- Embryonic stem cell research -- Cord blood banking -- Making treatment decisions for children -- Terminating life-sustaining treatment -- Organ transplantation issues -- Genetic testing of children -- Implications for nursing practice -- Evidence-based practice in maternal-child nursing: -- Culture and the family: -- Family: -- Types of families -- Family development frameworks -- Family assessment -- Cultural influences affecting the family: -- Family roles and structure -- Health beliefs, approaches, and practices -- Healthcare practitioners -- Impact of religion and spirituality -- Childbearing practices -- Childrearing practices -- Culture and nursing care: -- Culturally influenced responses -- Complementary and alternative therapies and the family: -- Benefits and risks -- Types of complementary and alternative therapies -- Nursing care of the family using complementary therapies -- Reproductive anatomy and physiology: -- Puberty: -- Physiology of onset -- Female reproductive system: -- External genitals -- Female internal reproductive organs -- Bony pelvis -- Breasts -- Female reproductive cycle: -- Effects of female hormones -- Neurohormonal basis of the female reproductive cycle -- Uterine (menstrual cycle) -- Male reproductive system: -- External genitals -- Male internal reproductive organs -- Conception and fetal development: -- Cellular division: -- Mitosis -- Meiosis -- Gametogenesis: -- Oogenesis -- Spermatogenesis -- Process of fertilization: -- Preparation for fertilization -- Moment of fertilization -- Preembryonic development: -- Cellar multiplication -- Implantation (nidation) -- Cellular differentiation -- Twins: -- Development and functions of the placenta: -- Placental circulation -- Placental functions -- Development of the fetal circulatory system: -- Embryonic and fetal development: -- Embryonic stage -- Fetal stage -- Factors influencing embryonic and fetal development: -- Part 2: -- Women's Health: -- Health promotion for women: -- Nursing care in the community: -- Nurse's role in addressing issues of sexuality -- Taking a sexual history -- Menstruation: -- Counseling the premenstrual girl about menarche -- Educational topics -- Associated menstrual conditions -- Contraception: -- Fertility awareness methods -- Situational contraceptives -- Spermicides -- Barrier methods of contraception -- Hormonal contraception -- Emergency postcoital -- Contraception -- Operative sterilization -- Male contraception -- Clinical interruption of pregnancy -- Health promotion for women: -- Breast examination -- Mammography -- Pap smear and pelvic examination -- Menopause: -- Clinical therapy -- Violence against women: -- Domestic violence -- Sexual assault and rape -- Common gynecologic problems: -- Care of the woman with a benign disorder of the breast: -- Fibrocystic breast changes -- Other benign breast disorders -- Care of the woman with endometriosis: -- Care of the woman with polycystic ovarian syndrome: -- Clinical therapy -- Nursing management -- Care of the woman with toxic shock syndrome: -- Nursing management -- Care of the woman with a vaginal infection: -- Bacterial vaginosis -- Vulvovaginal candidiasis -- Care of the individual with a sexually transmitted infection: -- Trichomoniasis -- Chlamydial infection -- Gonorrhea -- Herpes genitalis -- Syphilis -- Condylomata acuminata (venereal warts) -- Acquired immunodeficiency syndrome -- Care of the woman with pelvic inflammatory disease: -- Care of the woman with an abnormal finding during pelvic examination: -- Abnormal pap smear results -- Ovarian masses -- Uterine abnormalities -- Care of the woman with a urinary tract infection: -- Lower urinary tract infection (cystitis) -- Upper urinary tract infection (pyelonephritis) -- Pelvic relaxation: -- Care of the woman requiring a hysterectomy: -- Families with special reproductive concerns: -- Infertility: -- Essential components of fertility -- Initial investigation: physical and psychosocial issues -- Assessment of the woman's fertility -- Assessment of the man's fertility -- Methods of infertility management -- Genetic disorders: -- Chromosomes and chromosomal analysis -- Modes of inheritance -- Prenatal diagnostic tests -- Genetic counseling -- Part 3: -- Pregnancy and family: -- Preparation for parenthood: -- Preconception counseling: -- Preconception health measures -- Contraception -- Conception -- Childbearing decisions: -- Care provider -- Birth setting -- Labor support -- Sibling participation in the birth -- Classes for family member during pregnancy: -- Early classes: first trimester -- Later classes: second and third trimesters -- Adolescent parenting classes -- Breastfeeding programs -- Sibling preparation: adjustment to a newborn -- Classes for grandparents -- Education of the family having cesarean birth: -- Preparation for parents desiring vaginal birth after cesarean: -- Childbirth preparation methods: -- Programs for preparation -- Body-conditioning exercises -- Relaxation exercises -- Breathing techniques --Preparation for childbirth that supports individuality: -- Physical and psychologic changes of pregnancy: -- Anatomy and physiology of pregnancy: -- Reproductive system -- Respiratory system -- Cardiovascular system -- Gastrointestinal system -- Urinary tract -- Skin and hair -- Musculoskeletal system -- Central nervous system -- Metabolism -- Endocrine system -- Signs of pregnancy: -- Subjective (presumptive) changes -- Objective (probable) changes -- Diagnostic (positive) changes -- Psychologic response of the expectant family to pregnancy: -- Mother -- Father -- Siblings -- Grandparents -- Cultural values and pregnancy: -- Antepartal nursing assessment: -- Initial client history: -- Definition of terms -- Client profile -- Obtaining data -- High-risk screening -- Initial prenatal assessment: -- Determination of due date -- Nagele's rule -- Uterine assessment -- Assessment of fetal development -- Assessment of pelvic adequacy (clinical pelvimetry) -- Screening tests -- Subsequent client history: -- Subsequent prenatal assessment: -- Expectant family: needs and care: -- Nursing care during the prenatal period: -- Nursing diagnosis during pregnancy -- Planning and implementation during pregnancy -- Care of the expectant father and siblings: -- Cultural considerations in pregnancy: -- Common discomforts of pregnancy: -- First trimester -- Second and third trimesters -- Promotion of self-care during pregnancy: -- Fetal activity monitoring -- Breast care -- Clothing -- Bathing -- Employment -- Travel -- Activity and rest -- Exercises to prepare for childbirth -- Sexual activity -- Dental care -- Immunizations -- Complementary and alternative therapies -- Teratogenic substances -- Evaluation -- Care of expectant parents over age 35: -- Medical risks -- Special concerns of expectant parents over age 35 -- Maternal nutrition: -- Maternal weight gain: -- Nutritional requirements: -- Calories -- Carbohydrates -- Protein -- Fat and fatty acids -- Minerals -- Vitamins -- Fluid -- Vegetarianism: -- Factors influencing nutrition: -- Common discomforts of pregnancy -- Use of artificial sweeteners -- Foodborne illnesses -- Mercury in fish -- Lactase deficiency (lactose intolerance) -- Cultural, ethnic, and religious influences -- Psychosocial factors -- Eating disorders -- Pica -- Nutritional care of the pregnant adolescent: -- Specific nutrient concerns -- Dietary patterns -- Counseling issues -- Postpartum nutrition: -- Postpartum nutritional status -- Nutritional care of formula-feeding mothers -- Nutritional care of breastfeeding mothers --"
schema:description"Book Description: Nursing care for pregnant women and children is a family-centered process, and Maternal and Child Nursing Care, 3e, is a text that addresses the needs of families across the continuum, from conception through adolescence. The themes that shape this book- nursing care in the community, client education, critical thinking, and evidence-based practice in nursing-will prepare students for the responsibility of managing care for families with diverse healthcare needs, and to work collaboratively with families and other health professionals to enhance care."
schema:description"Social and environmental influences on the child: -- Basic concepts: -- Social influences on child health: -- Poverty -- Stress -- Families -- School and child care -- Community -- Culture -- Lifestyle activates and their influence on child health: -- Tobacco use -- Alcohol use -- Substance use -- Physical inactivity/sedentary behavior -- Injury and protective equipment -- Body art -- Sexual orientation -- Effects of violence: -- Schools and communities -- Bullying -- Incarceration -- Hazing -- Domestic violence -- Dating violence -- Child abuse: -- Physical abuse -- Physical neglect -- Abandoned babies -- Emotional abuse -- Emotional neglect -- Sexual abuse -- Munchhausen syndrome by proxy -- Environmental influences on child health: -- Disasters -- Environmental contaminants -- Poisoning -- Ingestion of foreign objects -- Lead poisoning -- Immunizations and communicable diseases: -- Special vulnerability of infants and children immunization: -- Clinical manifestations -- Collaborative care -- Infectious and communicable diseases in children: -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Emerging infection control threats: -- Nursing management -- Part 7: -- Caring For Children With Alteration In Health Status: -- Child with alterations in fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Fluid volume imbalances: -- Extracellular fluid volume imbalances: -- Extracellular fluid volume deficit (dehydration) -- Extracellular fluid volume excess: -- Interstitial fluid volume excess (edema) -- Electrolyte imbalances: -- Sodium imbalances: -- Hypernatremia -- Hyponatremia -- Clinical manifestations -- Potassium imbalances: -- Hyperkalemia -- Hypokalemia -- Calcium imbalances: -- Hypercalcemia -- Hypocalcemia -- Magnesium imbalances: -- Hypermagnesemia -- Hypomagnesemis -- Clinical assessment of fluid and electrolyte imbalance: -- Physiology of acid-base balance: -- Buffers -- Role of the lungs -- Role of the kidneys -- Role of the liver -- Acid-base imbalances: -- Respiratory acidosis -- Respiratory alkalosis -- Metabolic acidosis -- Metabolic alkalosis -- Mixed acid-base imbalances -- Child with alterations in eye, ear, nose, and throat function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Eye -- Ear -- Nose, throat, and mouth -- Disorders of the eye: -- Infectious conjunctivitis: -- Periorbital cellulitis: -- Visual disorders: -- Color blindness: -- Retinepathy of prematurity: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Visual impairment: -- Injuries of the eye: -- Disorders of the ear: -- Otitis media: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Otitis externa: -- Hearing impairment: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Injuries of the ear: -- Disorders of the nose, throat, and mouth: -- Epistaxis: -- Nasopharyngitis: -- Sinusitis: -- Pharyngitis: -- Tonsillitis and adenoiditis: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Disorders of the mouth: -- Child with alterations in respiratory function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Upper airway differences -- Lower airway differences -- Respiratory distress and respiratory failure: -- Foreign-body aspiration -- Respiratory failure -- Apnea: -- Apparent life-threatening event (ALTE) -- Obstructive sleep apnea -- Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) -- Croup syndromes: -- Laryngotracheobronchitis -- Epiglottitis (supraglottitis) -- Bacterial tracheitis -- Lower airway disorders: -- Bronchitis -- Bronchiolitis and respiratory syncytial virus -- Pneumonia -- Tuberculosis -- Chronic lung diseases: -- Bronchopulmonary dysplasis -- Asthma -- Status asthmaticus -- Cystic fibrosis -- Injuries of the respiratory system: -- Smoke-inhalation injury -- Blunt chest trauma -- Pulmonary contusion -- Pneumothorax -- Child with alterations in cardiovascular function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Oxygenation -- Cardiac functioning -- Congenital heart disease: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Congenital heart defects that increase pulmonary blood flow: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Defects causing decreased pulmonary blood flow and mixed defects: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Defects obstructing systemic blood flow: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Congestive heart failure: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Cardiomyopathy -- Heart transplantation -- Pulmonary artery hypertension -- Acquired heart diseases: -- Infective endocarditis -- Rheumatic fever -- Kawasaki disease -- Cardiac arrhythmias -- Dyslipidemia -- Hypertension -- Injuries of the cardiovascular system: -- Shock -- Hypovolemic shock -- Distributive shock -- Obstructive shock -- Cardiogenic shock -- Myocardial contusion -- Commotio cordis -- Child with alterations in immune function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Immunodeficiency disorders: -- B-cell and T-cell disorders -- Severe combined immunodeficiency disease -- Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome -- Human immunodeficiency virus and acquired immune deficiency syndrome -- Autoimmune disorders: -- Systemic lupus erythematosus -- Juvenile arthritis -- Allergic reactions: -- Latex allergy -- Graft-versus-host disease: -- Child with alternations in hematologic function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Red blood cells -- White blood cells -- Platelets -- Anemias: -- Iron deficiency anemia -- Normocytic anemia -- Sickle cell disease -- Thalassemias -- Aplastic anemia -- Bleeding disorders: -- Hemophilia -- von Willebrand disease -- Disseminated intravascular coagulation -- Idiopathic thrombocytopenic purpura -- Meningococcemia -- Hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) -- Child with cancer: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Childhood cancer: -- Incidence -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Collaborative care -- Special issues in childhood cancer: -- Oncologic emergencies -- Psychosocial needs -- Solid tumors: -- Brain tumors -- Neuroblastoma -- Wilms'tumor (nephroblastoma) -- Bone tumors: -- Osteosarcoma -- Ewing's sarcoma: -- Leukemia: -- Soft-tissue tumors: -- Hodgkin disease -- Non-Hodgkin lymphoma -- Rhabdomyosarcoma -- Retinoblastoma --"
schema:description"Birth-related procedures: -- Care of the woman during version: -- Criteria for external version -- Contraindications for external version -- Care of the woman during amniotomy: -- AROM procedure -- Care of the woman during cervical ripening: -- Prostaglandin agents -- Misoprostol (cytotec) -- Care of the woman during labor induction: -- Labor readiness -- Methods of inducing labor -- Care of the woman during an episiotomy: -- Factors that predispose women to episiotomy -- Preventive measures -- Episiotomy procedure -- Care of the woman during forceps-assisted birth: -- Indications for forceps-assisted birth -- Neonatal and maternal risks -- Care of the woman during vacuum-assisted birth: -- Care of the family during cesarean birth: -- Indications -- Maternal mortality and morbidity -- Skin incisions -- Uterine incisions -- Analgesia and anesthesia -- Care of the woman undergoing vaginal birth after cesarean (VBAC): -- Nursing management -- Part 5: -- Postpartal Family And The Newborn: -- Physiologic responses of the newborn to birth: -- Respiratory adaptations: -- Intrauterine factors supporting respiratory function -- Initiation of breathing -- Factors opposing the first breath -- Cardiopulmonary physiology -- Oxygen transport -- Maintaining respiratory function -- Characteristics of newborn respiration -- Cardiovascular adaptations: -- Fetal-newborn transitional physiology -- Characteristics of cardiac function -- Hematopoietic system: -- Temperature regulation: -- Heat loss -- Heat production (thermogenesis) -- Response to heat -- Hepatic adaptations: -- Iron storage and RBC production -- Carbohydrate metabolism -- Conjugation of bilirubin -- Physiologic jaundice -- Breastfeeding jaundice and breast milk jaundice -- Coagulation -- Gastrointestinal adaptations: -- Digestion and absorption -- Elimination -- Urinary tract adaptations: -- Kidney development and function -- Characteristics of newborn urinary function -- Immunologic adaptations: -- Neurologic and sensory-perceptual functioning -- Intrauterine environment influence on newborn behavior -- Characteristics of newborn neurologic function -- Periods of reactivity -- Behavior states of the newborn -- Behavioral and sensory capacities of the newborn -- Nursing assessment of the newborn: -- Timing of newborn assessments: -- Estimation of gestational age: -- Assessment of physical maturity characteristics -- Assessment of neuromuscular maturity characteristics -- Physical assessment: -- General appearance -- Weight and measurements -- Temperature -- Skin characteristics -- Birthmarks -- Head -- Hair -- Face -- Eyes -- Nose -- Mouth -- Ears -- Necks -- Chest -- Cry -- Respiration -- Heart -- Abdomen -- Umbilical cord -- Genitals -- Anus -- Extremities -- Back -- Assessment of neurologic status -- Newborn physical assessment guide -- Newborn behavioral assessment -- Normal newborn: needs and care: -- Nursing care during admission and the first four hours of life: -- Nursing assessment and diagnosis -- Nursing plan and implementation -- Evaluation -- Nursing care of the newborn following transition: -- Nursing diagnosis -- Nursing plan and implementation -- Evaluation -- Nursing management in preparation for discharge: -- Nursing assessment and diagnosis -- Planning and implementation -- Evaluation -- Newborn nutrition: -- Nutritional needs and milk composition: -- Dietary reference intakes -- Growth -- Fluid -- Energy (calories) -- Fats -- Carbohydrates -- Protein -- vitamins, minerals, and trace elements -- Specialty formulas -- Choice of feeding: breast versus formula: -- Breastfeeding: -- Breastfeeding process Advantages of breast milk -- Potential disadvantages and contraindications to breastfeeding -- Timing of newborn feedings -- Cultural considerations in infant feeding -- Breastfeeding technique -- Formula feeding: -- Formula-feeding technique -- Community-based nursing care: -- Promotion of successful infant breastfeeding -- WIC -- Nutritional assessment: -- Newborn at risk: conditions present at birth: -- Identification of at-risk newborns: -- Care of the small-for-gestational-age/intrauterine growth restriction newborn: -- Factors contributing to UIGR -- Patterns of IUGR -- Common complications of the SGA newborn -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the large-for-gestational-age (LGA) newborn: -- Common complications of the LGA newborn -- Care of the infant of a diabetic mother: -- Common complications of the IDM -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the postterm newborn: -- Common complications of the newborn with postmaturity syndrome -- Syndrome -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the preterm (premature) newborn: -- Alteration in respiratory and cardiac physiology -- Alteration in thermoregulation -- Alternation in gastrointestinal physiology -- Alteration in immunologic physiology -- Alteration in neurologic physiology -- Alteration in reactivity periods and behavioral states -- Management of nutrition and fluid requirements -- Common complications of newborns and their clinical management -- Long-term needs and outcome -- Care of the newborn with congenital anomalies: -- Care of the infant of a substance-abusing mother: -- Alcohol dependence -- Drug dependence -- Common complications of the drug-exposed newborn -- Infants of mothers who are tobacco dependent -- Care of the newborn exposed to HIV/AIDS: -- Nursing management -- Care of the newborn with a congenital heart defect: -- Overview of congenital heart defects -- Nursing management -- Newborn at risk: birth-related stressors: -- Care of the newborn at risk from asphyxia: -- Risk factors predisposing to asphyxia -- Clinical therapy -- Resuscitation management -- Care of the newborn with respiratory distress: -- Respiratory distress syndrome -- Nursing management -- Transient tachypnea of the newborn -- Care of the newborn with Meconium aspiration syndrome -- Care of the newborn with cold stress: -- Nursing management -- Care of the newborn with hypoglycemia: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the newborn with jaundice: -- Physiologic jaundice -- Pathophysiology of hyperbilirubinemia -- Causes of hyperbilirubinemia -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the newborn with anemia: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the newborn with polycythemia: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the newborn with infection: -- Clinical therapy -- Care of the family with birth of an at-risk newborn: -- Parental responses -- Developmental consequences -- Considerations for the nurse who works with at-risk newborns -- Postpartal adaptation and nursing assessment: -- Postpartal physical adaptations: -- Reproductive system -- Abdomen -- Lactation -- Gastrointestinal system -- Urinary tract -- Vital signs -- Blood values -- Cardiovascular changes -- Neurologic and immunologic changes -- Weight loss -- Postpartal chill -- Postpartal diaphoresis -- Afterpains -- Postpartal psychologic adaptations: -- Taking-in and taking-hold -- Becoming a mother (BAM) -- Postpartum blues -- Importance of social support -- Development of family attachment: -- Initial maternal attachment behavior -- Cultural influences in the Postpartal period -- Postpartal nursing assessment: -- Risk factors -- Physical assessment -- Psychologic assessment -- Assessment of early attachment -- Discharge assessment and follow-up: -- Postpartal family: early care needs and home care: -- Nursing care during the early postpartal period: -- Nursing diagnosis -- Nursing plan and implementation -- Promotion of maternal comfort and well-being: -- Monitoring uterine status -- Relief of perineal discomfort -- Relief of hemorrhoidal discomfort -- Relief of afterpains -- Relief of discomfort from immobility and muscle strain -- Relief of discomfort from postpartal diaphoresis -- Suppression of lactation in the non-breastfeeding mother -- Relief of emotional stress -- Promotionof maternal rest and activity: -- Relief of fatigue -- Resumption of activity -- Postpartal exercises -- Sexual activity and contraception -- Pharmacologic interventions -- Promotio of effective parent learning: -- Promotion of family wellness: -- Reactions of siblings -- Parent-infant attachment -- Nursing care following cesarean birth: -- Promotion of maternal physical well-being after cesarean birth -- Promotion of parent-infant interaction after cesarean birth -- Nursing care of the postpartal adolescent: -- Nursing care of the woman who relinquishes her infant: -- Preparation for discharge: -- Discharge criteria -- Discharge teaching -- Considerations for follow-up care -- Evaluation: -- considerations for the home visit: -- Purpose and timing of the home visit -- Maintaining safety -- Fostering a caring relationship with the family -- Home care: the mother and family: -- Assessment of the mother and family -- Breastfeeding concerns following discharge -- Home care: the newborn: -- Handling and positioning -- Bathing -- Nail care -- Dressing the newborn -- Temperature assessment -- Stools and urine -- Sleep and activity -- Crying -- Safety considerations -- Postpartal classes and support groups: --"
schema:description"Child with alterations in gastrointestinal function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences structural defects: -- Cleft lip and cleft palate -- Esophageal atresia and tracheoesophageal fistula -- Pyloric stenosis -- Gastroesophagel reflux -- Omphalocele and gastroshisis -- Intussusception -- Volvulus -- Hirschsprung disease -- Anorectal malformations -- Hernias -- Ostomies: -- Preoperative care -- Postoperative care -- Inflammatory disorders: -- Appendicitis -- Necrotizing enterocolitis -- Mercke's diverticulum -- Inflammatory bowel disease -- Peptic ulcer -- Disorders of motility: -- Gastroenteritis (acute diarrhea) -- Constipation -- Encopresis -- Intestinal parasitic disorders: -- Feeding disorders: -- Colic -- Rumination -- Disorders of malabsorption: -- Celiac disease -- Lactose intolerance -- Short bowel syndrome -- Hepatic disorders: -- Biliary atresia -- Viral hepatitis -- Cirrhsis -- Injuries to the gastrointestinal system: -- Abdominal trauma -- Child with alterations in genitourinary function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Urinary system -- Reproductive system -- Structural defects of the urinary system: -- Bladder Exstrophy -- Hypospadias and epispadias -- Obstructive uropathy -- Prune-belly syndrome -- Urinary tract infection -- Disorders affecting urinary elimination: -- Enuresis -- Renal disorders: -- Nephrotic syndrome -- Acute postinfectious -- Glomerulonephritis -- Hemolytic-uremic syndrome -- Polycystic kidney disease -- Renal failure: -- Acute renal failure -- Chronic renal failure -- Renal replacement therapy -- Structural defects of the reproductive system: -- Phimosis -- Cryptorchidism -- Inguinal hernia and Hydrocele -- Testicular torsion -- Child with alterations in endocrine function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Disorders of pituitary function: -- Growth hormone deficiency (hypopituitarism) -- Growth hormone excess (hyperpituitarism) -- Diabetes -- Insipidus -- Syndrome of inappropriate antidiuretic hormone (SIADH) -- Precocious puberty -- Disorders of thyroid function: -- Hypothroidism -- Hyperthyroidism -- Disorders of the parathyroid: -- Hyperparathyroidism -- Hypoparathyroidism -- Disorders of adrenal function: -- Cushing disease -- Congenital adrenal hyperplasia -- Cushing disease -- Congenital adrenal hyperplasia -- Adrenal insufficiency (Addison disease) -- Pheochromocytoma -- Disorders of pancreatic function: -- Diabetes mellitus -- Type 1 diabetes -- Diabetic ketoacidosis -- Hypoglycemia -- Type 2 diabetes -- Disorders of gonadal function: -- Gynecomastia -- Amenorrhea -- Disorders related to sex chromosome abnormalities: -- Turner syndrome -- Klinefelter syndrome -- Inborn errors of metabolism: -- Phenylketonuria -- Galactosemia -- Defects in fatty acid oxidation -- Maple syrup urine disease -- Child with alterations in neurologic function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Altered states of consciousness: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Seizure disorders: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Infectious diseases: -- Bacterial meningitis -- Viral (aseptic) meningitis -- Encephalitis -- Reye syndrome -- Guillain-Barre syndrome (postinfectious polyneuritis) -- Headaches: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Structural defects: -- Microcephaly -- Hydrocephalus -- Neural tube defects -- Myelodysplasia (spina bifida) -- Craniosynostosis -- Neurofibromatosis -- Cerebral palsy: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Injuries of the neurologic system: -- Traumatic brain injury -- Specific head injuries -- Spinal cord injury -- Hypoxic-Ischemic brain injury (drowning) -- Child with alterations n mental health and cognitive function: -- Mental health alterations of children and adolescents: -- Clinical therapy -- Developmental and behavioral disorders: -- Pervasive developmental disorders (autistic spectrum disorders): -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Attention deficit disorder and attention deficit: -- Hyperactivity disorder: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Mood disorders: -- Depression: -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Biopolar disorder (manic depression) -- Anxiety and related disorders: -- Generalized anxiety disorder: -- Separation anxiety disorders: -- Panic disorder -- Obsessive-compulsive disorder: -- School phobia (social phobia) -- Conversion reaction: -- Posttraumatic stress disorder: -- Other disorders: -- Suicide: -- Tic disorders and Tourette syndrome: -- Schizophrenia: -- Cognitive alterations: -- Learning disabilities: -- Intellecutal disability (mental retardation): -- Etiology and Pathophysiology -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Child with alterations in musculoskeletal function: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Bones -- Muscles, tendons, and ligaments -- Disorders of the feet and legs: -- Metatarsus adductus -- Clubfoot -- Genu varum and genu valgum -- Disorders of the hip: -- Developmental dysplasia of the hip -- Legg-Calve-Perthes disease -- Slipped capital femoral epiphysis -- Disorders of the spine: -- Scoliosis -- Torticollis, kyphosis, and lordosis -- Additional disorders of the bones and joints: -- Osteoporosis and osteopenia -- Osteomyelitis -- Skeletal tuberculosis and septic arthritis -- Achondroplasia -- Marfan syndrome -- Osteogenesis imperfecta -- Muscular dystrophies -- Injuries to the musculoskeletal system: -- Fractures -- Sports injuries -- Amputations -- Child with alterations in skin integrity: -- Anatomy and physiology of pediatric differences: -- Skin lesions: -- Wound healing: -- Dermatitis: -- Contact dermatitis -- Diaper dermatitis -- Seborrheic dermatitis -- Bacterial infections: -- Impetigo -- Folliculitis -- Cellulitis -- Viral infectious disorders: -- Molluscum contagiosum -- Warts (papillomavirus) -- Fungal infections: -- Oral candidal infection (trush) -- Dermatophtoses (Ringworm) -- Drug reactions: -- Chronic skin conditions: -- Atopic eczema -- Acne -- Psoriasis -- Epidermolysis bullosa -- Infestations: -- Pediculosis capitis (lice) -- Scabies -- Vascular tumors (hemangiomas) -- Injuries to the skin: -- Pressure ulcers -- Burns -- Sunburn -- Hypothermia -- Frostbite -- Bites -- Contusions -- Foreign bodies -- Lacerations -- Appendix A: Selected maternal-newborn laboratory values -- Appendix B: Selected pediatric laboratory values -- Appendix C: Growth charts -- Appendix D: Pediatric blood pressure tables -- Appendix E: Conversions and equivalents -- Appendix F: Actions and effects of selected drugs during breastfeeding -- Appendix G: Friedman family assessment model (short form) -- Appendix H: Dietary reference intakes -- Appendix I: West nomogram-body surface area -- Glossary -- Index."
schema:description"Assessment of pubertal development and sexual maturation: -- Females -- Males -- Sexual maturity rating -- Assessing the musculoskeletal system for bone and joint structure, movement, and muscle strength: -- Inspection of the bones, muscles, and joints -- Palpation of the bones, muscles, and joints -- Range of motion and muscle strength assessment -- Posture and spinal alignment -- Inspection of the upper extremities -- Inspection of the lower extremities -- Assessing the nervous system for cognitive function, balance, coordination, cranial nerve function, sensation, and reflexes: -- Cognitive function -- Cerebellar function -- Cranial nerve function -- Sensory function -- Infant primitive reflexes -- Superficial and deep tendon reflexes -- Analyzing data from the physical examination: -- Health promotion and maintenance: general concepts, the newborn, and the infant: -- General concepts: -- Components of health promotion/health maintenance visits: -- Health promotion and maintenance of the newborn and infant: -- Early contacts with the family -- General observations -- Growth and developmental surveillance -- Nutrition physical activity -- Oral health -- Mental and spiritual health -- Relationships -- Disease prevention -- Strategies -- Injury prevention strategies -- Health promotion and maintenance: the toddler, the preschooler, and the school-age child: -- Health promotion and maintenance: the toddler and preschooler: -- General observations -- Growth and developmental surveillance -- Nutrition -- Physical activity -- Oral health -- Mental and spiritual health -- Relationships -- Disease prevention strategies -- Injury prevention strategies -- Health promotion and maintenance: the school-age child: -- General observations -- Growth and developmental surveillance -- Nutrition -- Physical activity -- Oral health -- Mental and spiritual health -- Relationships -- Disease prevention strategies -- Injury prevention strategies -- Health promotion and maintenance: the adolescent: -- General observations: -- Growth and developmental surveillance nutrition: -- Physical activity: -- Oral health: -- Mental and spiritual health: -- Relationships: -- Disease prevention strategies: -- Injury prevention strategies: -- Family assessment and concepts of nursing care in the community: -- Family assessment: -- Family stressors -- Family strengths -- Collecting data for family assessment -- Family assessment tools -- Family support services in the community -- Community-based health care: -- Community healthcare settings: -- Office or healthcare center setting nursing roles -- Specialty healthcare setting nursing roles -- School setting nursing roles -- Childcare settings nursing roles -- Home healthcare nursing roles -- Nursing considerations for the child and family with a chronic condition: -- Overview of chronic conditions: -- Role of the nurse: -- Child with a newly diagnosed chronic condition -- Discharge planning and home care teaching -- Coordination of care -- Community sites of care: -- Office or health center -- Specialty referral centers -- Schools -- Home care -- Nursing considerations for the hospitalized child: -- Effects of hospitalization on children and their families: -- Children's understanding of health and illness -- Family responses to hospitalization -- Family assessment -- Nurse's role in the child's adaptation to hospitalization: -- Planned hospitalization -- Unexpected hospitalization -- Nursing care of the hospitalized child: -- Special units and types of care -- Parental involvement and parental presence -- Preparation for procedures -- Performing the procedure -- Preparation for surgery -- Strategies to promote coping and normal development of the hospitalized child: -- Rooming in -- Child life programs -- Therapeutic play -- Therapeutic recreation -- Strategies to meet educational needs -- Preparation for home care: -- Assessing the child and family in preparation for discharge -- Preparing the family for home care -- Preparing parents to act as case managers -- Pain assessment and management in children: -- Pain: -- Misconceptions about pain in children -- Development aspects of pain perception, memory, and response -- Cultural influences on pain -- Consequences of pain -- Pain assessment: -- Pain history -- Pain assessment: -- Pain assessment scales -- Acute pain: -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Nonpharmacologic methods of pain management -- Chronic pain: -- Clinical manifestations -- Clinical therapy -- Sedation and pain management for medical procedures: -- Clinical therapy -- Child with a life-threatening condition and end-of-life care: -- Life-threatening illness or injury: -- Child's experience: -- Coping mechanisms -- Parents' experience of a child's life-threatening illness or injury: -- Family in crisis -- Parental reactions to life-threatening illness or injury -- End-of-life care: -- Palliative care -- Hospice care -- Ethical issues surrounding a child's death: -- Brain death criteria -- Withdrawal of or withholding treatment -- Conflicts regarding parent's refusal of treatment -- Do-not-resuscitate orders -- School considerations -- Care of the dying child: -- Awareness of dying by developmental age -- Bereavement: -- Parent's reactions -- Sudden death of a child -- Death of a newborn or young infant -- Grief and bereavement -- Sibling's reactions -- Staff reactions to the death of a child --"
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