A Clinical Guide for Nurse PractitionersBy
- Katie Barnes
The book contains practical information pertaining to a variety of issues that are intrinsic to paediatric advanced nursing practice.
With the current government moves to producing a seam-free, integrated healthcare system, more and more responsibility for primary assessment will fall to the nurses in the primary care sector. Children form the largest part of the daily surgery attendees and most healthcare practitioners are fairly nervous when treating children. This book will provide a 'bible' for competent practise.
Paperback, 288 Pages
Published: August 2003
Imprint: Butterworth Heinemann
- Contents: Preface; Section I: Clinical Issues in Paediatrics; Section II: Common Paediatric Problems; Dermatological Problems; Eyes, Ears, Nose and Throat (EENT) Problems; Respiratory and Cardiovascular Problems; Gastro-intestinal and Edocrine Problems; Musculo-Skeletal Problems and Trauma; Genito-urinary Problems and Sexual Health; Neurological Problems and Ingestions; Infectious Disease; Appendices