Written specifically for the LPN/LVN student, this Third Edition of Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing provides clear, well-illustrated, and clinically relevant coverage of pregnancy, birth, and pediatrics to help studentas master key clinical and critical thinking skills and prepare for the NCLEXAr exam and successful practice. This Third Edition is enhanced by new care plans in the clinical chapters, new case studies, a new art program, a new pronunciation guide, and more. Online video clips of live births, Cesarean delivery, breastfeeding, pediatric milestones, the well child, and the hospitalized child bring concepts to life in dynamic full color. To ensure student mastery of key topics, an integrated workbook at the end of each chapter includes NCLEX-style questions (many NEW to this edition), study activities, and critical thinking: qWhat Would You Do?q exercises.Mothers can pump their breast milk and freeze it to use for bottle or gavage feedings until the preterm newborn is strong enough ... hands, pacifier, or gavage tubing and demonstrates evidence of a gag reflex, it is time to introduce bottle- feeding, and in some ... Alternating gavage and nipple-feedings may be necessary in some cases to assist the preterm newborn in making the transition. Special nipples and smaller bottles prevent too much liquid from flowing into the newborna#39;s mouth.
|Title||:||Introductory Maternity and Pediatric Nursing|
|Author||:||Nancy T. Hatfield|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2013-11-07|