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eBook Maternal-Child Nursing Care: Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers, Children, and Families ePub

by Susan L. Ward PhD RN,Shelton M. Hisley Ph.D. RNC WHNP-BC

  • ISBN: 0803614861
  • Category: Medicine and Health Sciences
  • Subcategory: Other
  • Author: Susan L. Ward PhD RN,Shelton M. Hisley Ph.D. RNC WHNP-BC
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: F.A. Davis Company; 1 edition (February 4, 2009)
  • Pages: 1184
  • ePub book: 1541 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1298 kb
  • Other: doc lit mbr rtf
  • Rating: 4.5
  • Votes: 962

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This book offers the perfect balance of maternal and child nursing care with the right depth and breadth of coverage for .

This book offers the perfect balance of maternal and child nursing care with the right depth and breadth of coverage for students in today’s maternity/pediatric courses. And, it’s accompanied byte Women’s Health Companion, a complete guide to the role of the nurse in promoting women’s health. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia.

Adequate calories daily requirements are 105 to 108 kcal/kg per day. Maternal-Child Nursing Care.

Maternal-Child Nursing Care Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers, Children, & Families Susan Ward Shelton Hisley Newborn Care Ensuring Optimal Care, Water intake – is essential for tissue hydration, and should amount to 140 to 160 mL/kg per day., Adequate calories daily requirements are 105 to 108 kcal/kg per day.

1 Maternal-Child Nursing Care Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers, Children, & Families Maternal-Child Nursing Care Optimizing Outcomes for Mothers, Children, & Families Susan Ward Shelton Hisley Susan Ward Shelton Hisley Chapter 22 Caring for the Family Across Care Settings. 12 Twenty-Four Hour Observation Unit  Short-stay hospitalization experience  Sudden illness, most likely recover quickly  Nurse provides acute nursing care  Quickly begins to prepare the child and family for discharge.

Susan Ward Shelton Hisley3 de junio de 2015. It offers the perfect balance of maternal and child nursing care with the right depth and breadth of coverage for students in today’s maternity/pediatric courses.

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Susan L Ward; Shelton M Hisley. Awarded third place in the 2015 AJN Book of the Year Award in the Maternal-Child g category. Clear, concise, and easy to follow, the content is organized around four major themes, holistic care, critical thinking, validating practice, and tools for care that help students to learn and apply the material.

The perfect balance of maternal and child nursing care in a new textbook conceived and written to be a combination textbook! An extensive review by nursing educators ensures that it offers just the right depth and breadth of coverage for students in today's maternity/pediatric courses. Its unique emphasis on optimizing outcomes, evidence-based practice, and research supports the goal of caring for women, families and children not only in traditional hospital settings, but also wherever they live, work, study, or play. Clear, concise, and easy to follow, the content is organized around four major themes, holistic care, critical thinking, validating practice, and tools for care that help students to learn and apply the material.

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Comments

Modigas Modigas
Awful, awful, awful. If I could give zero stars, or negative stars, I would. It's a required text for several of my nursing courses and I tried for quite awhile to find it at used bookstores, with no luck, probably because it is such an AWFUL book that very few nursing schools require it. I finally ordered it off Amazon, and while the delivery service was great and the book in excellent condition, the contents were so horrible that I returned it for a refund and will use other texts instead of this one. The return/refund process worked very well too. Amazon gets five stars for the delivery and return.

This book is poorly-written. repetitive, poorly-organized, and full of errors: typographical, spelling, and factual. How it ever got past the editors is beyond me. Worse than the errors, it very rarely gives the etiology of diseases or conditions. It is absolutely useless.

I keep many of my textbooks for future reference. Those that I do not keep, I send to a professor who sends them on to students in the Philippines. I sometimes buy used textbooks that I don't need, simply to send to him to pass on. That's how strongly I feel about helping students with reduced access to textbooks. The Ward textbook is so bad that no student, anywhere, in any country, in any school, should be subjected to it.
Gaua Gaua
F.A. Davis provides many excellent textbooks. That said, I do not understand why nobody proofread this edition. this book is so full of contradiction, that I have to fact check most of what I read because two pages later...the book contradicts the information it just gave.I cannot begin to describe the topic ambiguity and total lack of factual information about mother-baby. I am truly surprised that this book (and equally horrible previous editions) are used in my nursing program. I am really disappointed in this book.I looked up dehydration in children and got one paragraph describing dry mucus membranes and skin tenting...no kidding! GIVE ME INFORMATION!
Simple fellow Simple fellow
While I know most people buying this textbook probably don't have a choice in the matter, this one is one of the better choices out there. The chapters are laid out quite nicely with the important stuff highlighted in tables, boxes, and mini-nursing care plans. There are even a few refreshing pictures to break up the dread of textbook reading. The jargon explains itself and there is a low BS:relevant word ratio. Good NCLEX study questions at the end of each chapter and the CD gives you some silly but useful practice modules.

The only difference between the older version and this one is corrected spelling errors. Pagination is the same.
Gavidor Gavidor
This book had some typeos that were kind of annoying. I felt that it was difficult to find some things within the book as well. It could use a few editions to make some improvements.
Chuynopana Chuynopana
I'm not sure if its because I don't like OB/Peds, but this book was a little difficult to read and understand. I would definitely recommend this to the advanced nurse specializing in this otherwise just get it if you're curious or have to take a class in it.
interactive man interactive man
Needed a paper copy for a class as it was my preference over a digital copy.
WOGY WOGY
I actually don't like this book. It's poorly written, and some of the paragraphs don't make sense with their headings. If I were an administrator and was in charge of picking books for nursing programs, I would be sure to pass this one up. However, the shipping was swift, and the condition was better than the seller said.
My biggest complaint is that I rented this text with my Amazon prime and I only received the text book and it did not have the women's health companion (as indicated in the details), which apparently is where my instructor pulled most of our information for Women's Health...