Patric Devitt, John ThainRead More
Children's and Young People's Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! is a handy reference book in the award-winning Incredibly Easy! style—perfect for those entering or needing a refresher in children's nursing, a core subject for nurses.
The particular conditions, skills, and practice of sick children's nursing are a common component of nurse training, and the curricula for sick children's nursing courses include a heavy emphasis on family-centred care, health promotion and communication skills. This book organizes developmental concerns and childhood disorders in an intuitive way, while weaving a family-centred approach to practice throughout the material.
Taking a developmental approach, the latest information on more than 100 paediatric disorders is included, highlighting collaborative management opportunities that identify appropriate involvement of other health care team members, so vital in clinical practice today.
This informative text assists the nurse in dealing with situations unique to children's care: psychosocial structures of families, common milestones in development, childhood hospitalizations and terminal illnesses, and dosage calculations and techniques for administering medications to children.
Children's and Young People's Nursing Made Incredibly Easy! is for all degree and diploma nursing students.
Sharon NurseRead More
Part of the popular Incredibly Easy! Series®, Maternal-Neonatal Care Made Incredibly Easy! UK Edition offers everything you need to know to perform competent and safe maternal and neonatal nursing care. It covers fundamentals, such as fetal development, legal issues, and ethical issues; family planning, including advantages and disadvantages to contraception methods; infertility; perinatal periods, from conception to labor; postnatal maternal and neonatal care and assessment; and more. It also features physiologic and psychologic adaptations to pregnancy, complications of labor and birth, complications of the postnatal period, and high-risk neonatal conditions.
Comprehensive Care Across the LifespanRobin J. Evans, Yvonne M. Brown, Marilyn K. EvansRead More
Offering up-to-date research and content specific to Canadian healthcare, this Second Edition of Canadian Maternity, Newborn, & Women’s Health Nursing covers all stages of maternity nursing from preconception to postpartum, as well as women’s health issues through the lifespan, including health promotion, nutrition, medical issues, psychosocial issues, sexuality, family, fertility issues, menopause, and aging. Focusing on evidence-based practice and clinical application, the text is a comprehensive resource for Canadian maternity and women’s healthcare nursing.Updated for currency and accuracy and filled with new art and photographs, the Second Edition includes even more content specific to Canadian nursing, adds more depth and critical thinking elements to each chapter’s progressive case studies, and provides a wide range of online resources, including assignments, activities, and case studies that help students learn theory and practice specific to Canadian maternal and women’s healthcare nursing.
The Continuum of Nursing CareVicky Bowden, Cindy S. GreenbergRead More
Designed to help nursing students understand their unique role in working with all members of the pediatric healthcare system, this bestselling text addresses the care of children in a variety of settings, from home to school to medical center. Children and Their Families, Third Edition, equips students to make critical judgments and decisions across the continuum of care and thoroughly covers health promotion, surveillance, and the maintenance needs of children from infancy through adolescence.This updated Third Edition contains enhanced case studies, new coverage of cross cultural care, and a streamlined new design that facilitates learning and makes the threaded cases easier to follow. In addition, the book is part of a teaching and learning suite that includes PrepU’s adaptive quizzing, DocuCare’s educational electronic health record software, and Pediatric Nursing Procedures, Third Edition.
Nancy T. HatfieldRead More
Written specifically for the LPN/LVN student, this Third Edition of Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing provides clear, well-illustrated, and clinically relevant coverage of pregnancy, birth, and pediatrics to help student’s master key clinical and critical thinking skills and prepare for the NCLEX® exam and successful practice.
This Third Edition is enhanced by new care plans in the clinical chapters, new case studies, a new art program, a new pronunciation guide, and more. Online video clips of live births, Cesarean delivery, breastfeeding, pediatric milestones, the well child, and the hospitalized child bring concepts to life in dynamic full color.To ensure student mastery of key topics, an integrated workbook at the end of each chapter includes NCLEX-style questions (many NEW to this edition), study activities, and critical thinking: "What Would You Do?" exercises.
Care of the Childbearing and Childrearing FamilyAdele PillitteriRead More
This highly respected book helps students develop the technical skills and broad understanding vital for effective practice while ensuring they never lose sight of the importance of compassion in their role as nurses. Presenting maternal-newborn and child health care not as two separate disciplines but as a continuum of knowledge, Maternal and Child Health Nursing, Seventh Edition views the experience of wellness and illness as family-centered events and pregnancy and childbirth as periods of wellness in a woman’s life.
Consistently linking theory with application to bring clinical concepts to life and using a nursing process framework to help students prepare for effective practice, this Seventh Edition adds new chapter-ending case studies, an expanded focus on culture and families, the latest QSEN content, and more. In addition, this edition is supported by PrepU’s adaptive quizzing, DocuCare’s educational electronic health record software, and a fully updated Study Guide.
Fully updated and now in full-color throughout, Maternal-Neonatal Facts Made Incredibly Quick! Second Edition is the perfect point-of-care reference for nurses working with pregnant patients in any clinical setting. This pocket-sized book provides instant access to information nurses need quickly every day on all aspects of prenatal, intrapartum, postpartum, and neonatal care. The book includes a section on ECG interpretation, the most up-to-date ACLS guidelines, a glossary of common terms, conversion charts, and over 125 quick-reference charts and illustrations.
Colored tabs help nurses find information quickly. The wipeable page surface allows nurses to write notes and remove them easily.
Susan Ricci, Theresa Kyle, Susan CarmanRead MoreAuthors Susan Ricci, Terri Kyle, and Susan Carman have teamed up to deliver a unique resource for your students to understand the health needs of women and children. This combination book, Maternity and Pediatric Nursing provides an effective way for students to prepare for safe and effective practice. Incorporated unfolding case studies provide opportunities for students to apply concepts and develop critical thinking abilities that for their careers. An engaging design, in addition to features such as Evidence based practice content, “Bringing it all together”, and a student experience video series will help students learn the dynamic nature of pediatric and maternity nursing and teach them to implement evidence-based interventions.
Pediatric Facts Made Incredibly Quick, 2e is the quick reference every nurse wants and needs. The soft, protective spiral-top binding permits quick access to information and a flat surface for reading. The wipeable surface allows the nurse to make notes on any page and remove them with an alcohol wipe. Pediatric Facts MIQ, 2e, covers topics every pediatric nurse uses every day and needs quickly for safe care, including age-related developmental milestones; adaptations in assessment techniques for pediatric patients; normal assessment findings for each age-group; abuse assessment; pediatric vital signs; pain assessment; immunization schedules; laboratory test results; conversions, calculations, injection sites, I.V. therapy, and infusion rates for pediatric patients; poison and falls prevention; emergency measures, including CPR and pediatric advanced life support (PALS); and basics such as temperature and weight conversion charts, nutritional guidelines, common terms, an English-Spanish quick reference guide, and an easy, quick-to-use index.
Susan Ricci, Theresa Kyle, Susan CarmanRead More
This companion Study Guide for Maternity and Pediatric Nursing reinforces key concepts covered in the textbook and includes a variety of question types and exercises that make it easy to remember essential information and build critical-thinking skills.
Each chapter is broken down into three sections:
• Section I: Assessing Your Understanding presents a variety of labeling, sequencing, matching, short-answer, true and false, and fill-in-the-blank questions to test comprehension of key concepts.
• Section II: Applying Your Knowledge consists of case studies and exercises to enhance critical-thinking skills.
• Section III: Practicing for NCLEX helps students prepare for the exam with a variety of NCLEX-style review questions.
For even more NCLEX-style questions, check out PrepU for Maternity and Pediatric Nursing! PrepU is our adaptive quizzing program that helps students learn more, while giving instructors a window into their students’ progress—highlighting misconceptions, strengths, and weaknesses.
Adele PillitteriRead More
This Study Guide to accompany the Seventh Edition of Maternal & Child Health Nursing, by Adele Pillitteri, is designed to help students practice and retain the knowledge from the textbook, and it is structured to integrate that knowledge and give students a basis for applying it in their nursing practice.
Vicki E. Long, Patricia McMullenRead More
American Journal of Nursing (AJN) Book of the Year Award 2009 in the category of Maternal and Child Health
This telephone triage book provides nurses with clear guidance on assessing and advising patients over the telephone on topics related to obstetric and gynecology. The introductory section outlines the key medical/legal, counseling, and practical aspects of telephone triage and includes a new chapter on the use of online information retrieval. Subsequent sections present specific protocols for a wide variety of obstetric, gynecologic, and women's health problems that the triage nurse might need to work through. New and expanded protocols in this edition include updated infertility management and medications, additional contraceptive methods such as NuvaRing and Implanon, current abnormal Pap smear management, hormone therapy advice, and emergency contraception options.