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Reviewer: Kathleen A. Simon, RN, DNSc (Medical University of South Carolina College of Nursing)
Description: This first edition textbook contains the essential information on both maternity and pediatric nursing care.
Purpose: The authors' purpose was to condense two separate successful textbooks into one text by reducing duplication of material while retaining cutting-edge, accurate, and comprehensive information. This purpose was achieved.
Audience: The book is intended to be a text for nursing students studying maternity and pediatric nursing.
Features: The content is presented clearly with numerous headings which makes it easy to follow. There are numerous illustrations included which enhance the understanding of the content. The highlighted boxes of material (i.e., critical thinking, nursing alert, home care) make important information easily accessible. The references are relatively current. The index simplifies information searches.
Assessment: This book will provides students with one text containing essential, up-to-date information on the nursing care of maternity and pediatric clients. It does provide reference support for the content which faculty will find useful. However, it lacks depth of content if one wishes to use the book as a reference. The presentation is attractive and facilitates easy reading. Important information is highlighted in boxes for easy access.
Kathleen Simon
This first edition textbook contains the essentialinformation on both maternity and pediatric nursing care. Theauthors' purpose was to condense two separate successful textbooks intoone text by reducing duplication of material while retainingcutting-edge, accurate, and comprehensive information. This purposewas achieved. The book is intended to be a text for nursing studentsstudying maternity and pediatric nursing. The content is presentedclearly with numerous headings which makes it easy to follow. Thereare numerous illustrations included which enhance the understanding ofthe content. The highlighted boxes of material (i.e., criticalthinking, nursing alert, home care) make important information easilyaccessible. The references are relatively current. The indexsimplifies information searches. This book will provides studentswith one text containing essential, up-to-date information on thenursing care of maternity and pediatric clients. It does providereference support for the content which faculty will find useful. However, it lacks depth of content if one wishes to use the book as areference. The presentation is attractive and facilitates easyreading. Important information is highlighted in boxes for easyaccess.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780815128373
  • Publisher: Mosby, Incorporated
  • Publication date: 7/28/1997
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 1863

Table of Contents

Unit 1 Introduction to Maternity Nursing
1 Contemporary Maternity Nursing 1
2 Family and Culture 8
3 Reproduction and Sexuality 23
Unit 2 Pregnancy
4 Genetics, Conception, and Fetal Development 51
5 Assessment for Risk Factors 79
6 Anatomy and Physiology of Pregnancy 103
7 Nursing Care During Pregnancy 122
8 Maternal and Fetal Nutrition 176
Unit 3 Complications of Pregnancy
9 Hypertension, Hemorrhage, and Maternal Infection 199
10 Endocrine, Cardiovascular, and Medical-Surgical Problems During Pregnancy 251
11 Psychosocial Problems 296
12 Adolescent Sexuality, Pregnancy, and Parenthood 316
Unit 4 Childbirth
13 Essential Factors and Processes of Labor 336
14 Management of Discomfort 352
15 Fetal Assessment 373
16 Nursing Care During Labor and Birth 394
17 Labor and Birth at Risk 444
Unit 5 Postpartum Period
18 Maternal Physiology During the Postpartum Period 480
19 Nursing Care During the Postpartum Period 488
20 Postpartum Complications 537
21 Maternal-Newborn Home Care 565
Unit 6 Newborn
22 The Newborn 591
23 Nursing Care of the Newborn 627
24 Newborn Nutrition and Feeding 661
25 The High-Risk Newborn 696
26 Specific Problems of the Newborn 724
Unit 7 Children, Their Families, and the Nurse
27 Contemporary Pediatric Nursing 783
28 Social, Cultural, and Religious Influences on Child Health Promotion 800
29 Family Influence on Child Health Promotion 826
30 Developmental Influences on Child Health Promotion 844
Unit 8 Assessment of the Child and Family
31 Communication and Health Assessment of the Child and Family 866
32 Physical and Developmental Assessment of the Child 893
Unit 9 Health Promotion and Special Health Problems
33 The Infant and Family 937
34 The Toddler and Family 993
35 The Preschooler and Family 1016
36 The School-Age Child and Family 1053
37 The Adolescent and Family 1084
Unit 10 Special Needs, Illness, and Hospitalization
38 Chronic Illness, Disability, and Death 1121
39 Cognitive and Sensory Impairment 1157
40 Family-Centered Home Care 1186
41 Reaction to Illness and Hospitalization 1196
42 Pediatric Nursing Interventions 1250
Unit 11 Health Problems of Children
43 Respiratory Dysfunction 1321
44 Gastrointestinal Dysfunction 1372
45 Cardiovascular Dysfunction 1450
46 Hematologic and Immunologic Dysfunction 1499
47 Genitourinary Dysfunction 1542
48 Cerebral Dysfunction 1572
49 Endocrine Dysfunction 1624
50 Integumentary Dysfunction 1654
51 Musculoskeletal and Articular Dysfunction 1706
52 Neuromuscular and Muscular Dysfunction 1746
App. A Standards for the Nursing Care of Women and Newborns 1769
App. B Nursing Responsibilities in Implementing Intrapartum Fetal Heart Rate Monitoring 1772
App. C Standard Laboratory Values: Pregnant and Nonpregnant Women 1774
App. D Family APGAR Questionnaire 1776
App. E Developmental/Sensory Assessment 1778
App. F Growth Measurements 1783
App. G Translations of FACES Pain Rating Scale 1788
App. H Pediatric Vital Signs and Parameters 1790
App. I Common Laboratory Tests 1792
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