Burns' Pediatric Primary Care Elsevier eBook on VitalSource (Retail Access Card), 7th Edition
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Give your Nurse Practitioner students a comprehensive foundation in children’s primary care. Burns' Pediatric Primary Care, 7th Edition covers the full spectrum of health conditions seen in primary care pediatrics, emphasizing both prevention and management. This in-depth, evidence-based textbook is the only one on the market written from the unique perspective of the Nurse Practitioner. It easily guides students through assessing, managing, and preventing health problems in children from infancy through adolescence. Key topics include developmental theory, issues of daily living, the health status of children today, and diversity and cultural considerations. Updated content throughout reflects the latest research evidence, national and international protocols and standardized guidelines. Additionally, this 7th edition been reorganized to better reflect contemporary clinical practice and includes nine new chapters, revised units on health promotion, health protection, disease management, and much, much more!
- Four-part organization includes 1) an introductory unit on the foundations of global pediatric health, child and family health assessment, and cultural perspectives for pediatric primary care; 2) a unit on managing child development; 3) a unit on health promotion and management; and 4) a unit on disease management.
- UNIQUE! Reorganized Unit - Health Supervision: Health Promotion and Health Protection - includes health promotion and health protection for developmentally normal pediatric problems of daily living and provides the foundations for health problem management.
- UNIQUE! Reorganized Unit - Common Childhood Diseases/Disorders has been expanded to sharpen the focus on management of diseases and disorders in children.
- Comprehensive content provides a complete foundation in the primary care of children from the unique perspective of the Nurse Practitioner and covers the full spectrum of health conditions seen in the primary care of children, emphasizing both prevention and management.
- In-depth guidance on assessing and managing pediatric health problems covers patients from infancy through adolescence.
- UNIQUE! Practice Alerts highlight situations that may require urgent action, consultation, or referral for additional treatment outside the primary care setting.
- Content devoted to issues of daily living covers issues that are a part of every child's growth — such as nutrition and toilet training — that could lead to health problems unless appropriate education and guidance are given.
- Algorithms are used throughout the book to provide a concise overview of the evaluation and management of common disorders.
- Resources for providers and families are also included throughout the text for further information.
- Expert editor team is well-versed in the scope of practice and knowledge base of Pediatric Nurse Practitioners (PNPs) and Family Nurse Practitioners (FNPs).
- NEW! Nine new chapters include:
- Unique Issues in Pediatrics
- Genetics and Child Health
- Environmental Issues Children with Special Healthcare Needs
- Developmental Management of Newborns
- Intentional and Unintentional Injuries: Injury Prevention and Child Maltreatment
- Perinatal Disorders Developmental, Behavioral and Mental Health Disorders
- NEW! Updated content throughout reflects the latest developments in our understanding of disease processes, disease management in children, and current trends in pediatric healthcare including Bright Futures and Healthy People 2020.
Unit I: Influences on Child Health and Child Health Assessment 1. Health Status of Children: Global and National Perspectives 2. Unique Issues in Pediatrics 3. Genetics and Child Health 4. Environmental Issues 5. Child and Family Health Assessment 6. Cultural Considerations for Pediatric Primary Care 7. Children with Special Health Care Needs
Unit II: Child Development 8. Developmental Management in Pediatric Primary Care 9. Developmental Management of Newborns 10. Developmental Management of Infants 11. Developmental Management of Early Childhood 12. Developmental Management of Middle Childhood 13. Developmental Management of Adolescents/Young Adults
Unit III: Child Health Supervision: Health Promotion and Health Protection 14. Introduction to Health Promotion and Health Protection for Children and Families Section A. Behavioral-Mental Health Wellness 15. Behavioral and Mental Health Promotion Section B. Biophysical Health Management 16. Breastfeeding 17. Nutrition 18. Elimination 19. Physical Activity and Sports 20. Sleep 21. Sexuality Section C. Health Protection–Focused Care 22. Immunizations 23. Dental Health and Oral Disorders 24. Intentional and Unintentional Injuries: Injury Prevention and Child Maltreatment
Unit IV: Common Childhood Conditions and Disorders Section A. Introduction to Child Disease Management 25. Acute/Chronic Disease Management and Principles of Diagnostic Testing 26. Prescribing Medications in Pediatrics 27. Complementary and Integrative Health in Pediatrics 28. Pediatric Pain and Fever Management Section B. Disease Management 29. Perinatal Disorders 30. Mental Health Disorders 31. Infectious Diseases 32. Common Genetic Disorders 33. Atopic, Rheumatic, and Immunodeficiency Disorders 34. Dermatologic Disorders 35. Eye and Vision Disorders 36. Ear and Hearing Disorders 37. Respiratory Disorders 38. Cardiovascular Disorders 39. Hematologic Disorders 40. Gastrointestinal Disorders 41. Genitourinary Disorders 42. Gynecologic Disorders 43. Musculoskeletal Disorders 44. Injuries and Toxic Exposures 45. Endocrine and Metabolic Disorders 46. Neurologic Disorders
Dawn Lee Garzon Maaks, PhD, CPNP-PC, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner,St. Louis Children’s Hospital,St. Louis , MO, Nancy Barber Starr, MS, APRN, BC (PNP), CPNP-PC, Pediatric Nurse Practitioner, Advanced Pediatric Associates, Aurora, Colorado, Margaret A. Brady, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, Professor, School of Nursing, California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, California; Co-Director, PNP Program, School of Nursing, Azusa Pacific University, Azusa, California, Nan M. Gaylord, PhD, RN, CPNP-PC, PMHS, FAANP, FAAN, Professor,College of Nursing, U. of Tennessee, Martha Driessnack, PhD, PNP-BC, Associate Professor,School of Nursing,Oregon Health Sciences University,Portland, Oregon and Karen Duderstadt, PhD, RN, CPNP, FAAN, Clinical Professor and Coordinator of PNP Specialty,University of California San Francisco