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Maternal & Child Health/ Pediatric Nursing
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Pediatric Nursing Procedures, Third Edition
Vicky R. Bowden, DNSc, RN
Cindy S. Greenberg, DNSc, RN, CPNP
February 2011/ 848 pp./ 101 illus./ 978-1-60547-209-6
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Simple, step-by-step instructions walk the reader through each procedure.
Procedures have been extensively reviewed by content experts.
Abundant illustrations provide graphic demonstration of positioning and
technique.
Each procedure is cross-referenced with related procedures and to the
appropriate Nursing Interventions Classification (NIC).
"Community Care" section provides instructions regarding how the child and
caregiver would implement or modify a procedure to be completed in the
home or other community setting.
"Kid Kare" icon: Points out specific information which should be taken into
consideration when caring for the pediatric client.
"Key Point" icon: Highlights the main points of the procedure.
"Alert" icon: Emphasizes occasions requiring special care or attention, such as
signs of a problem during a procedure.
Children and Their Families: The Continuum of Care,
Second Edition
Vicky R. Bowden, RN, DNSc
Cindy S. Greenberg, RN, DNSc, CPNP
October 2009/ 1808 pp./ 500 illus./ 978-0-7817-6072-0
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Learning Objectives
Lesson Plans
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Image Bank
Journal Articles
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PowerPoints with Images
Syllabus
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Syllabus Conversion Guide
Test Generator
Guided Lecture Notes
Discussion Topics with Answers
Assignments with Answers
Case Studies with Answers
Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers
NCLEX-style Chapter Review
Questions
• Watch & Learn Video Clips
• Strategies for Effective Teaching
• Monographs of 100 Most
Commonly Prescribed Drugs
New! Unfolding case studies follow a community of pediatric clients
throughout the chapter to show the interrelated dynamics of pediatric
nursing care
Care Paths summarize the interdisciplinary plan of care for a child with a
specific condition. Plus, they include nursing diagnoses to alert the health
care team to current or potential issues that require intervention
Teaching Intervention Plans (TIPs) present interdisciplinary plans focused on
aspects of care involving child and/or family education
Developmental Consideration charts highlight important psychosocial,
teaching, physiologic, or pathophysiologic differences among children of
various age groups
Community Care charts present special teachings or clinical information to
assist the nurse working with the family in community settings
Focused Physical Assessment chart highlights assessment findings,
explaining what would be considered abnormal findings
Advanced Pediatric Assessment
Ellen M. Chiocca, RNC, MSN, CPNP
March 2010/ 560 pp./ 276 illus./ 978-0-7817-9165-6
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Emphasis on the developmental and cultural aspects of child assessment.
Approaches health assessment of the pediatric client by using both physical and
psychosocial development as a guiding thread and, systematically, using body
systems as a framework.
Full-color insert depicting various skin disorders.
Level targeted to the Advanced Practice Students.
Primary pediatric health assessment course textbook as well as an excellent
reference for the practicing Pediatric Nurse Practitioner.
Maternal & Child Health Nursing: Care of the
Childbearing & Childrearing Family, Sixth Edition
Adele Pillitteri, PhD, RN, PNP
October 2009/ 1936 pp./ 3814 illus./ 978-1-58255-999-5
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•Image Bank
•Learning Objectives
•PowerPoint Presentations
•Patient Scenario
•Answers to “What If”
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•Answers to Checkpoint
Questions
•Journal Articles
•NCLEX-style Test Questions
•Watch & Learn Video Clips
•Strategies for Effective
Teaching
•Nursing Professional Roles &
Responsibilities
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Checkpoint Questions allow students to assess their progress as they learn
Focus on Pharmacology boxes alert students to facts on correct
administration, potential complications, indications, and contraindications
Focus on Communication boxes promotes effective, culturally sensitive
communication with clients
"What If" Questions help students anticipate and manage various clinical
challenges with confidence
Multidisciplinary Care Map demonstrates the nursing process and
accentuates the nurses' role as a coordinator or client care
Focus on Evidence-Based Practice summarizes research on topics related to
maternal and child health care
Focus on National Health Goals emphasizes the nursing role in accomplishing
the health care goals of our nation
Maternity and Pediatric Nursing
Susan Scott Ricci, ARNP, MSN, MEd
Terri Kyle, MSN, CPNP
2008/ 1968 pp./ 900 illus./ 978-0-7817-8055-1
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Instructor & Student
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•Full Text Online
•Syllabi
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•Image Bank
•PowerPoints with Images
•Test Generator
•Guided Lecture Notes
•Key Concepts
•Lesson Plans
•Discussion Topics with Answers
•Assignments with Answers
•Case Studies with Answers
•Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers
•Learning Objectives
•Journal Articles
•Watch & Learn Video Clips
•Answers to Worksheet Questions
•Strategies for Effective Teaching
•NCLEX-style Chapter Review
Questions
•WebCT & Blackboard-Ready
Materials
Watch and Learn icons direct students to free video clips that highlight growth
and development, communication with children, and nursing care for the
hospitalized child
Unfolding case studies begin each chapter, and then are threaded
throughout to promote critical thinking to help students make the leap from
theory to practice
Evidence-based research boxes provide the latest information on best
practices in nursing
Healthy People 2010 boxes throughout the text highlight the nursing
implications or guidance for achieving these objectives
Teaching Guidelines are designed to ensure the student’s preparation for
educating children and their families about various issues
Unique feature! Three types of diagnostic tables are incorporated throughout
the disorders chapters to generalize complex issues:
- Common Drug Guide summarizes commonly used medications
- Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Test Boxes summarize
commonly performed tests
- Common Medical Treatment Boxes present actions, indications, and
significant nursing implications to provide optimal care
Essentials of Maternity, Newborn, and Women’s Health
Nursing, Second Edition
Susan Scott Ricci, ARNP, MSN, Med
2008/ 912 pp./ 372 illus./ 978-0-7817-8722-2
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Instructor & Student
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• Full Text Online
• Syllabi
• PowerPoint Presentations
• Image Bank
• Test Generator
• Guided Lecture Notes
• Discussion Topics with Answers
• Assignments with Answers
• Case Studies with Answers
• Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers
• Learning Objectives
• Journal Articles
• Watch & Learn Video Clips
• Answers to Worksheet
Questions
• NCLEX-style Chapter Review
Questions
• Strategies for Effective
Teaching
• WebCT & Blackboard-Ready
Materials
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New! Unfolding case studies begin each chapter, and then are threaded
throughout the chapter to promote recall, critical thinking and help students
make the leap from theory to practice
New! Watch and Learn icons direct students to free video clips that highlight
growth and development, communication with children, and nursing care
for the hospitalized child
New! Evidence-based research boxes provide the latest information on best
practices in nursing
Healthy People 2010 boxes throughout the text highlight the nursing
implications or guidance for achieving these objectives
Nursing Care Plans provide concrete examples of each step of the nursing
process
Unique feature! Three types of diagnostic tables are incorporated throughout
the disorders chapters to generalize complex issues:
- Common Drug Guide summarizes commonly used medications
- Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Test Boxes summarize
commonly performed tests
- Common Medical Treatment Boxes present actions, indications, and
significant nursing implications to provide optimal care
Maternity, Newborn, & Women’s Health Nursing:
Comprehensive Care Across the Life Span
Susan A. Orshan, PhD, RN, BC
2007/ 1125 pp./ 550 illus./ 978-0-7817-4254-2
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Instructor & Student
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• Full Text Online
• Syllabi
• PowerPoints with Images
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• Guided Lecture Notes
• Image Collection
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• Test Generator
• Strategies for Effective
Teaching
• Learning Objectives
• Lesson Plans
• Discussion Topics with Answers
• Assignments with Answers
• Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers
• Answers to Questions in the Text
• NCLEX-style Test Questions
• Watch & Learn Video Clips
• WebCT & Blackboard-Ready
Materials
New! Watch and Learn icons direct students to free video clips that cover
topics, including, live birth and preparing for parenthood
Organized to reflect a progressive, life-cycle approach toward the care of
women
Unfolding case studies promote students’ critical thinking skills
Nursing Procedures highlight significant skills and techniques that are clearly
outlined and illustrated throughout the text
Collaborative Care emphasizes the students’ need to work collaboratively
with client and family
NIC/ NOC boxes summarize interventions and outcomes relevant to the
chapter
Pharmacology boxes summarize key information about medications
commonly used to treat health problems, including mechanisms of action,
usual dosages, side effects, and nursing implications
Essentials of Pediatric Nursing
Terri Kyle, MSN, CPNP
2007/ 1198 pp./ 544 illus./ 978-0-7817-5115-5
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Instructor & Student Resources:
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•Full Text Online
•Syllabus with Conversion Guide
•PowerPoints with Images
•Image Bank
•Test Generator
•Guided Lecture Notes
•Discussion Topics with Answers
•Assignments with Answers
•Lesson Plans
•Pre-Lecture Quiz with Answers
•Learning Objectives
•Journal Articles
•Key Concepts
•Watch & Learn Video Clips
•Answers to Worksheet Questions
•NCLEX-style Chapter Review Questions
•Strategies for Effective Teaching
•WebCT & Blackboard-Ready Materials
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Unfolding case studies begin each chapter, and then are threaded
throughout to promote critical thinking to help students make the leap
from theory to practice
Watch and Learn icons direct students to free video clips that highlight
growth and development, communication with children, and nursing care
for the hospitalized child
Healthy People 2010 boxes throughout the text highlight the nursing
implications for achieving these objectives
Teaching Guidelines are designed to ensure the student’s preparation for
educating children and their families about various issues
Drug Guide tables summarize information about commonly used
medications
Common Laboratory and Diagnostic Tests tables in each chapter provide
the student with a general understanding of how a broad range of
disorders are diagnosed
Common Medical Treatments tables in each chapter provide the student
with a broad awareness of how a common group of disorders is treated
either medically or surgically
Nursing Care Plans provide concrete examples of each step of the nursing
process
Comparison Charts compare two or more disorders or other easily
confused concepts
Maternal-Neonatal Nursing Made Incredibly
Easy!, Incredibly Easy! Series®, Second Edition
Springhouse
2007/ 608 pp./ 50 illus./ 978-1-58255-651-2
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• New bound-in CD-ROM
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• More than 250 NCLEXstyle questions
• Concept Maps
• Lists of disorders with
their associated nursing
diagnoses
Updated information on dozens of maternal-neonatal disorders, such as
those relating to addictions, multiple gestations, preeclampsia, and
premature birth
Conversational language brings complex concepts to light
Nurse Joy character offers tips and encourages the nurse as she progresses
through each topic
Numerous quick-scan tables, illustrations, and flow charts focus on key
information
Special icons include:
- New! Weighing the Evidence - represents evidence-based
information
- Advice from the experts - tips and tricks for pediatric nurses, a
“here’s how” from colleagues
- Bridging the Gap - identification of unique aspects of care by
cultural group
- Education Edge - patient teaching tips and checklists to promote a
healthy pregnancy and prevent complications
- Memory joggers - mnemonics that help the reader understand
and remember difficult concepts
- Quick Quiz - multiple-choice questions at the end of each chapter
that help solidify what has been learned
Pediatric Nursing Made Incredibly Easy!
Incredibly Easy! Series®
Springhouse
2004/ 640 pp./ 200 illus./ 978-1-58255-347-4
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Covers 100 pediatric disorders including genetics problems and cognitive
problems
Nurse Joy and other cartoon characters that offer tips and encourage the
student as they progress through each topic
Collaborative management opportunities that identify appropriate involvement
of other health care team members, so vital in clinical practice today
Examples of ethics and professional boundaries are discussed throughout the
text
Numerous quick-scan tables, illustrations, and flow charts focus on key
information
Special icons include:
- Advice from the experts– tips and tricks for pediatric nurses, a
“here’s how” from colleagues
- It's all relative – patient and caregiver teaching tips and
checklists to promote wellness and prevent complications
- Growing pains – age and stage descriptions, expectations, and
dangers
- Cultured pearls– identification of unique aspects of care by
cultural group
- Memory jogger – identifies acronyms, stories, and other tools to
help students remember difficult concepts
Lippincott Manual of Nursing Practice Pocket Guide:
Pediatric Nursing
Springhouse
2006/ 480 pp./ 100 illus./ 978-1-58255-585-0
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Designed for quick, easy point-of-care reference, this spiralbound
pocket guide covers every aspect of pediatric nursing in a concise
format that is packed with bulleted facts, tables, and illustrations. Five
tabbed, distinctively colored sections cover Disorders, Diagnostic Tests,
Treatments, Procedures, and Clinical Tools such as growth and
development assessment parameters, developmental milestones,
drug calculations, infusion therapy guidelines, immunization schedules,
and weight and temperature conversions. Topics in each section are
arranged alphabetically and follow a consistent format. Recurring
icons highlight key points such as life-threatening disorders,
interdisciplinary care, patient teaching topics, and color illustrations of
pathophysiology.