By Paul H. Dworkin
This quantity of the exceptional NMS sequence successfully cuts students' learn time through concentrating on the fundamental fabric in pediatrics. Logically prepared, essentially written, and learner-friendly, the ebook is designed to assist readers determine relationships and distinguish an important evidence, rules, and concepts.NMS Pediatrics, Fourth Edition is written through a number one health professional, skilled in instructing and expert in clarifying an important issues. every one bankruptcy provides fabric in a story define with a concise but finished evaluation. examine questions seem on the finish of every bankruptcy; and entire examinations on the finish of the publication supply simulations of Board checks.
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C. Sleep. 1. To prevent sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)—90% of deaths occur before 6 months of age—parents should be advised that babies should: a. Be breastfed, if possible. b. Be put to sleep: i. In a crib or other infant sleep location and never on a sofa, lounge chair, futon, or an adult bed (Fig. 3). ii. On a firm surface. iii. In the same room as the caregivers but not in the same bed as other children or adults. iv. Either clothed in a sleep sack with no blanket or have the blanket placed well below the face with the bottom of the blanket tucked under the mattress.
A young child could easily inhale either an uninﬂated or a broken balloon and suffocate when putting the item in his/her mouth during play. Content Area: Pediatrics—Infant Integrated Processes: Nursing Process: Implementation Client Need: Health Promotion and Maintenance: Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Cognitive Level: Application 11. Client Need: Health Promotion and Maintenance: Health Promotion/Disease Prevention Cognitive Level: Application 13. ANSWER: 1 Rationale: 1. This is the correct response.
Psychosocial development—Changes in an individual’s emotional and social growth; this text references the work of psychosocial theorist Erik Erikson. Shaken baby syndrome (SBS)—A condition that can result when an infant is violently shaken, causing permanent damage, including mental retardation and physical disability, or death from bleeding in the brain. indd 11 Process CyanProcess CyanProcess MagentaProcess MagentaProcess Yellow YellowProcess Process Black 8/12/2014 2:48:47 PM 12 Chapter 2 Normal Growth and Development: Infancy I.