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Author Kenner, Carole.
Title Comprehensive Neonatal Nursing Care [electronic resource].
Imprint New York : Springer Publishing Company, 2013.
Edition 5
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Phys. Description 1 online resource (1022 p.)
Note Description based upon print version of record.
Contents Cover; Contents in Brief; Title Page; Copyright Page; Dedication; Contents; Contributors; Past Contributors to the Fourth Edition; Foreword; Preface; Clinical Nurse Specialist; Neonatal Nurse Practitioner; Purpose and Content; Reference; Acknowledgments; Unit I: Prenatal Considerations and Care; Chapter 1: Fetal Development: Environmental Influences and Critical Periods; Early Fetal Development; Fertilization; Cleavage; Implantation; Formation of the Bilaminar Disk; Formation of the Trilaminar Embryonic Disk: The Third Week of Development; Placental Development and Function
Placental-Fetal CirculationPlacental Function; Embryonic Period: Weeks 4 Through 8; Folding of the Embryo; Organogenesis: Germ Cell Derivatives; Development of Specific Organs and Structures; Nervous System; Cardiovascular System; Respiratory System; Muscular System; Skeletal System; Gastrointestinal System; Urogenital System; Fetal Period: Week 9 Through Birth; Week 9 to 12; Week 13 to 16; Week 17 to 20; Week 21 to 25; Week 26 to 29; Week 30 to 34; Week 35 to 36; Week 37 to 40; Developmental Risks; Congenital Defects; Critical Periods of Human Development; Environmental Factors
Infectious AgentsDrugs/Medications; Illicit Drugs; Maternal Disease; Other; Summary; Case Study; References; Online Resources; References; Chapter 2: Prenatal, Intrapartal, and Postpartal Risk Factors; Millennium Development Goals; Perinatal Outcomes Indicators; Preterm Birth; Birth Weight and IUGR; IMR; Epidemiologic Paradox; Maternal Risk Factors; Maternal Age; Paternal Factors; Life Course Determinants of Birth Outcomes and Weathering; Psychological Stress in Pregnancy; Obstetric Factors; Prenatal Care; Parity; Interpregnancy Level; Assistive Reproductive Technology; Postterm Pregnancy
HCBsSmoking; Substance Abuse; Nutrition; Over-the-Counter and Complementary Drugs; Environmental Influences; Other Emerging Risk Factors; Maternal Medical and Obstetric Conditions; Diabetes; Hypertension in Pregnancy; PROM; Maternal Infections; Abruptio Placenta; Postpartum Risk Factors; Drugs Excreted in Maternal Milk; Sudden Infant Death Syndrome; Child Abuse; Abusive Head Trauma/Shaken Baby Syndrome; MSBP; Perinatal Care in Developing Nations; Summary; Case Study; Online Resources; References; Unit II: Intrapartal and Newborn Care
Chapter 3: Resuscitation and Stabilization of the Newborn and InfantCauses of Cardiorespiratory Depression in the Newborn; Trauma; Asphyxia (Intrauterine); Medication; Malformation; Sepsis; Shock (Hypovolemia); Preparation for Delivery; Personnel; Equipment and Supplies; Good Communication and Teamwork; General Considerations; Airway Control; Ventilation and Oxygenation; Free-Flow Administration of Oxygen; Ventilation; Continuous Positive Airway Pressure; Positive Pressure Devices; Methods of Ventilation; Medications; Care of the Family During Resuscitation and Stabilization; Summary
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Summary The only text to combine comprehensive physiology of the neonate with nursing management, it has been extensively used worldwide for education, orientation, and training since its original publication in 1993. Thoroughly updated, this new edition incorporates the most up-to-date research findings and strategies for providing cost-effective and evidence-based care. Completely new chapters address emerging infections, the late preterm infant, and neonatal care from a global perspective. The text also provides updated information on neonatal care protocols and procedures, neuroprotective risk factors, new treatments, and new trends in developmental care. It integrates the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) five competencies, reflects the Affordable Healthcare Act and the Robert Wood Johnson and IOM report "The Future of Nursing," and addresses the expansion of the nurse's role in the US and worldwide. The text continues to provide a comprehensive examination of neonatal care from a physiologic and pathophysiologic approach, with a major emphasis on nursing management at the bedside and advanced practice level. The complete physiologic and embroyologic foundation of each neonatal body system is presented, along with evidence-based interventions to assist the student in understanding the 'why' behind what is seen in the clinical area. The thread of integrative management pervades the text, which also examines the relevance of various diagnostic tests. The book presents extensive research findings that provide evidence to support practice strategies and rationales for sound clinical decision-making. Included are such foundational topics as risk factors, genetics, physiologically critical periods of development, nutrition, and parenting as well as topics of recent interest such as iatrogenic complications, neonatal pain, use of computers or other technology in neonatal care, and neonatal AIDS. Case studies lead the reader through the identification, diagnosis, treatment, and evaluation of treatment of common and rare neonatal conditions. Also included are practice protocol guides, a discussion guide, video clips of chapter contributors, and periodic clinical updates. New to the Fifth Edition:.: Presents new chapters on emerging infections, the late preterm infant, and neonatal care from a global perspective; Includes updated information on neonatal care protocols and procedures, neuroprotective factors, new treatment modalities and new trends in developmental care; Tackles the UN Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), particularly the goal to reduce the Integrates the Institute of Medicine's (IOM) five competencies and reflects the Affordable Healthcare Act and the Robert Wood Johnson and IOM report "The Future of Nursing"; Addresses the expansion of the nurse's role in the US and worldwide; Provides case studies that lead the reader through the identification, diagnosis, treatment, and evaluation of common and rare neonatal conditions
CONTENTS 618.92 618.9201
Subject Infant, newborn, Diseases -- Nursing.
Neonatal nursing.
Newborn infants -- Care.
Postnatal care.
Genre Electronic books.
Alt Author Lott, Judy.
ISBN 0826109756
9780826109767
Marc m d
RJ253