By Nancy Hatfield
The 7th variation of this colourful, student-friendly LPN/LVN textbook has been completely revised to supply much more of the data and talents brand new scholars have to offer secure and potent pediatric care. The textual content covers foundations and distinct issues of pediatric nursing, age-specific developmental details, and clinically-focused insurance of universal pediatric health problems and problems, equipped by means of development and improvement. An up to date paintings application contains hundreds of thousands of images and illustrations. Workbook pages on the finish of every bankruptcy comprise NCLEX-PN variety evaluate questions, learn actions, serious pondering questions, and dosage calculations. A bound-in CD-ROM contains Watch & study movies and pediatric dosage calculation difficulties.
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Health teaching; preventing illness; and promoting optimal (most desirable or satisfactory) physical, developmental, and emotional health have become a significant part of contemporary nursing. Scientific and technological advances have reduced the incidence of communicable disease and helped to control metabolic disorders such as diabetes. As a result, more health care is provided outside the hospital. Patients now receive health care in the home, at schools and clinics, and from their primary care provider.
Each of these factors has been linked to adverse outcomes for childbearing women and their children. Cost Containment Cost containment refers to strategies developed to reduce inefficiencies in the health care system. Inefficiencies can occur in the way health care is used by consumers. For example, taking a child to the emergency department (ED) for treatment of a cold is inappropriate use. It would be more efficient for the child’s cold to be treated at a clinic. Inefficiencies also can relate to the setting in which health care is given.
Parents were allowed to visit for half an hour or perhaps 1 hour each week, and they were forbidden to pick up their children under penalty of having their visiting privileges revoked. Despite these precautions, high infant mortality rates continued. One of the first people to suspect the cause was Joseph Brennaman, a physician at Children’s Memorial Hospital in Chicago. In 1932, he suggested that the infants suffered from a lack of stimulation; other concerned child specialists became interested.