The quick and easy way to learn the concepts and major theories of pediatric nursing ' and how to apply them to real-world situations
If you're looking for a fun, fast review that boils pediatric nursing down to its most essential, must-know points your search ends here! Pediatric Nursing Demystified is a complete yet concise overview of all the important pediatric nursing concepts and the disorders that most often afflict infants to adolescents. You'll also learn how to apply those principles to real-life clinical situations.
In order to make the learning process as easy and effective as possible, you'll find learning aids such as chapter objectives, key terms, a brief overview of each topic, content summaries, chapter-ending questions, numerous tables and diagrams, and a comprehensive final exam that includes NCLEX-style questions covering all the content found in the book.
Great for course exams and as an NCLEX review!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Joyce Y. Johnson, PhD, RN, CCRN is Dean and Professor of Nursing at Albany State University. The author of multiple best-selling nursing books (including Smith-Temple/Johnson, Nurse's Guide to Clinical Procedures), she is well-known for her ability to break down the most difficult nursing topics into easy-to-understand lessons.
TABLE OF CONTENTS
Unit 1. Roles and Relationships
1. Families and Communities
2. Growth and Development
3. Pediatric Assessment
Unit 2. Systematic Exploration of Pediatric Conditions and Nursing Care
4. Head and Neck: Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat
5. Respiratory Conditions
6. Cardiovascular Conditions
7. The Hematologica Conditions
8. Oncology Conditions
9. Endocrine and Metabolic Conditions
10. Neurological Conditions
11. Gastrointestinal Conditions
12. Genitourinary Conditions
13. Musculoskeletal Conditions
14. Infectious and Communicable Conditions
15. Integumentary Conditions