Study Guide for Maternal-Child Nursing - Elsevier eBook on VitalSource, 5th Edition
Help your students learn to apply the knowledge they gain from Maternal-Child Nursing, 5th Edition to real-world scenarios with this user-friendly study guide. Specifically designed to parallel the material in the McKinney text, it’s full of hands-on learning exercises, practical activities, and valuable review of essential concepts and skills to help cement their understanding of maternity and pediatric nursing care and apply that knowledge to the clinical world.
- Revised review questions reflect the study guide’s updated content and allow you to quickly check your understanding of text material.
- Learning exercises include matching, short answer, fill-in-the-blank, and true/false questions to test your knowledge of the important material from each chapter.
- Expanded critical thinking exercises further test your critical thinking and decision making skills.
- Case studies and critical thinking exercises help you apply theoretical knowledge to real-life situations.
- Suggested learning activities for community and clinical settings enhance your understanding of the content.
- NEW! Completely updated content matches the textbook and provides a comprehensive review of essential maternal-child concepts and skills.
INTRODUCTION TO MATERNAL-CHILD HEALTH NURSING 1. Foundations of Maternity, Women’s Health, and Child Health Nursing 2. The Nurse’s Role in Maternity, Women’s Health, and Pediatric Nursing 3. The Childbearing and Child-Rearing Family 4. Communicating with Children and Families 5. Health Promotion for the Developing Child 6. Health Promotion for the Infant 7. Health Promotion During Early Childhood 8. Health Promotion for the School-Age Child 9. Health Promotion for the Adolescent 10. Heredity and Environmental Influences on Development
MATERNITY NURSING CARE 11. Reproductive Anatomy and Physiology 12. Conception and Prenatal Development 13. Adaptations to Pregnancy 14. Nutrition for Childbearing 15. Prenatal Diagnostic Tests 16. Giving Birth 17. Intrapartum Fetal Surveillance 18. Pain Management for Childbirth 19. Nursing Care During Obstetric Procedures 20. Postpartum Adaptations 21. The Normal Newborn: Adaptation and Assessment 22. The Normal Newborn: Nursing Care 23. Newborn Feeding 24. The Childbearing Family with Special Needs 25. Pregnancy-Related Complications 26. Concurrent Disorders During Pregnancy 27. The Woman with an Intrapartum Complication 28. The Woman with a Postpartum Complication 29. The High-Risk Newborn: Problems Related to Gestational Age and Development 30. The High-Risk Newborn: Acquired and Congenital Conditions 31. Management of Fertility and Infertility 32. Women’s Health Care
PEDIATRIC NURSING CARE 33. Physical Assessment of Children 34. Emergency Care of the Child 35. The Ill Child in the Hospital and Other Care Settings 36. The Child with a Chronic Condition or Terminal Illness 37. Principles and Procedures for Nursing Care of Children 38. Medication Administration and Safety for Infants and Children 39. Pain Management for Children 40. The Child with a Fluid and Electrolyte Alteration 41. The Child with an Infectious Disease 42. The Child with an Immunologic Alteration 43. The Child with a Gastrointestinal Alteration 44. The Child with a Genitourinary Alteration 45. The Child with a Respiratory Alteration 46. The Child with a Cardiovascular Alteration 47. The Child with a Hematologic Alteration 48. The Child with Cancer 49. The Child with an Alteration in Tissue Integrity 50. The Child with a Musculoskeletal Alteration 51. The Child with an Endocrine or Metabolic Alteration 52. The Child with a Neurologic Alteration 53. Psychosocial Problems in Children and Families 54. The Child with a Developmental Disability 55. The Child with a Sensory Alteration
Emily Slone McKinney, MSN, RN, C, Baylor Healthcare System, Dallas, TX, Susan R. James, PhD, MSN, RN, Professor of Nursing, Curry College, Milton, MA, Sharon Smith Murray, MSN, RN, C, Professor Emerita, Health Professions, Golden West College, Huntington Beach, CA and Jean Ashwill, MSN, RN, Assistant Dean, Undergraduate Student Services, School of Nursing, University of Texas at Arlington, Arlington, Texas