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Pediatric Nursing Test Success

Author : Susan Parnell Scholtz, PhD, RN
ISBN : 9780826171375
Genre : Medical
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This novel resource for course content review of pediatric nursing and NCLEX-RN preparation features a potent learning techniqueóthe use of unfolding case studiesóto enhance critical thinking skills and enable students to think like a practicing nurse. Covering both basic and advanced nursing concepts of caring for children and families, this format embeds required content into compelling, real-life scenarios that evolve over time. These unfolding case studies are of particular value because they closely mimic real-life situations in nursing and provide situational mental models that assist students with problem-solving and critical thinking techniques. All content areas required for NCLEX-RN success are interwoven in an enjoyable format that dispels the drudgery of straightforward memorization. A variety of NCLEX-style questions are used throughout the book to familiarize students with the exam format and to help them assess their own learning. The book includes engaging eResources for enriched learning experiences. It will also be of value to faculty as a make-up guide for students who miss clinical hours, and as a reference for scenarios with standardized patients or role-play situations. Key Features: Uses unique unfolding case study method that embeds basic and advanced pediatric nursing care concepts Promotes active learning and knowledge retention Helps to foster problem-solving and critical thinking techniques Provides all types of NCLEX-style questions for exam preparation Includes eResources throughout for enhanced learning opportunities

Nursing Concept Care Maps For Safe Patient Care

Author : Ruth Wittman-Price
ISBN : 9780803638969
Genre : Medical
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Nursing Concept Care Maps for Providing Safe Patient Care presents 200 sample care maps covering the diseases and disorders you’ll encounter most often in clinical practice. They'll also help you develop the critical-thinking skills you need to plan safe and effective nursing care.

Lippincott S Content Review For Nclex Rn

Author : Diane M. Billings
ISBN : 158255515X
Genre : Medical
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Lippincott's Content Review for NCLEX-RN® provides comprehensive content and Q&A review for effective, efficient NCLEX-RN preparation. Written by Diane Billings, Ed.D, RN, FAAN, a nationally recognized test-item writer whose NCLEX preparation books have helped thousands of students pass the exam, it is a perfect companion to the best-selling Lippincott's Q&A Review for NCLEX-RN®, 10th edition and the new Lippincott’s NCLEX-RN 10,000 - Powered by PrepU online adaptive quizzing resource for a complete approach to NCLEX study. Organized both by Nursing Topic and Client Needs categories and offering in-depth coverage of nursing topics often tested on the exam, this comprehensive resource offers: · An NCLEX overview plus thorough content review in outline format · Test-taking strategies to help you better prepare for the exam · Three 100-question post-tests to help you gauge your understanding of important nursing topics · More than 3,000 high-level practice questions, including alternate-format questions, with a detailed rationale for all correct and incorrect responses. · A free back-of-book CD-ROM contains additional review questions to complement the text questions · Student resources - study tips, an NCLEX tutorial and much more are available on

Nclex Pn Exam Prep

Author : Wilda Rinehart
ISBN : 9780132684453
Genre : Study Aids
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COMPREHENSIVE Succeed with comprehensive learning and practice tests Master the NCLEX®-PN exam materials in all tested subject areas Prepare with four comprehensive practice tests Analyze your test readiness and areas for further study with topic-focused chapter tests CD-ROM–based practice exam includes an interactive Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) engine for a meaningful exam experience with approximately 500 questions Learn important test-taking strategies to maximize your score and diminish your anxiety Score Higher on the NCLEX®-PN Exam! We provide you with the proven study tools and expert insight that will help you score higher on your exam. Study Tips like the advice and instruction that a personal tutor might provide. Notes, Tips, and Cautions provide you with hints and strategies that will help you reduce your mistakes on the exam. Comprehensive discussion of all subject areas covered on the NCLEX®-PN Exam. Practice Questions that include detailed explanations of correct and incorrect answers—so you can learn the material from your success and mistakes. Rinehart and Associates is a leading provider of classroom training for students studying for the NCLEX®-PN Exam. Wilda Rinehart has R.N., B.S.N., M.S.N., F.N.C., and F.P.N.P. degrees. Her experience includes staff nurse in surgery, labor, and delivery; public-health nurse; and family-planning nurse practitioner. She also was an instructor of surgical and obstetrical nursing. Diann Sloan has R.N., B.S.N., M.S.N., F.N.C., as well as M.S. Ed., and Ph.D. in Education degrees. She has worked as a staff nurse in surgical nursing, pediatrics, and neonatal intensive care and as a pediatric nurse clinician. She has also been an instructor of pediatric and psychiatric nursing. Clara Hurd has R.N., B.S.N., M.S.N., and G.N.C. degrees. Ms Hurd is certified in nursing education. She is a nurse educator consultant facilitating faculty mentoring, item writing, and curriculum development. She has 31 years of experience and has worked as a staff nurse in medical-surgical nursing and the surgical intensive care unit. Ms. Hurd has taught in associate and baccalaureate nursing programs. Live and Learn Educating 100 million people worldwide, Pearson Education is the global leader in integrated education publishing. Our renowned brands include Pearson Prentice Hall • Pearson Longman • Pearson Scott Foresman • Pearson Addison Wesley • Pearson NCS Pearson Education provides quality content, assessment tools, and educational services in all available media, spanning the learning curve from birth through college and beyond. CD Features Nearly 500 Questions! The CD-ROM–based practice exam includes an interactive Computer Adaptive Test (CAT) engine for a meaningful exam experience with approximately 500 questions. NCLEX-RN® and NCLEX-PN® are registered trademarks of the National Council of State Boards of Nursing, Inc. (NCSBN), which does not sponsor or endorse this product. CATEGORY: Medicine/Nursing COVERS: Nursing USER LEVEL: Intermediate

American Book Publishing Record

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Zwischenmenschliche Beziehungen In Der Pflege Ausgew Hlte Werke

Author : Hildegard E. Peplau
ISBN : 3456847904
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Perfect Girl

Author : Mary Hogan
ISBN : 9783688112999
Genre : Juvenile Fiction
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Was ist für dich am schlimmsten? a) Verliebt in den besten Kumpel? b) Eine Neue in der Klasse, die perfekt schön ist? c) Merken, dass der beste Kumpel sich in die Neue verliebt hat? Ruthie hat genau damit zu kämpfen. Und sie muss etwas tun, wenn sie nicht tatenlos zusehen will, wie Jenna ihr Perry wegschnappt. Bloß was? Sie bittet ihre Tante, beruflich Expertin in Mode- und Liebesfragen, um Hilfe. Wer, wenn nicht sie, kann Ruthie in ein «Perfect Girl» verwandeln?


Author : Leon Gordis
ISBN : 3932091639
Genre : Epidemiology
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Pediatric Nursing Care Plans

Author : Sharon Ennis Axton
ISBN : 013098969X
Genre : Medical
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The goal ofPediatric Care Plansis to assist practicing nurses, nurse educators, and students in implementing the nursing process for pediatric patients. This book provides a quick reference for correlating frequently encountered pediatric medical diagnoses with nursing diagnoses. Most of the nursing diagnoses are those accepted by the North American Nursing Diagnosis Association (NANDA). On a few occasions, it was necessary to use nursing diagnoses that are not on the NANDA list. These are identified by asterisks. A special feature of this book is the discharge planning incorporated into each care plan, identified by the house logo. Each diagnostic entry has a standard set of components: MEDICAL DIAGNOSIS. PATHOPHYSIOLOGY.This is a basic and brief overview of the pathophysiology of the medical diagnosis. PRIMARY NURSING DIAGNOSIS.This can be stated as either actual or at risk for occurring. The nurse writing the care plan makes the determination. DEFINITION.This refers only to the nursing diagnosis and not to the medical diagnosis. POSSIBLY RELATED TO.The rationale for the selection of each nursing diagnosis is inherent in this statement. CHARACTERISTICS.These are of the selected nursing diagnosis and of the identified medical diagnosis. The list presents possible signs and symptoms specific to the identified nursing and medical diagnoses. EXPECTED OUTCOMES.Listing expected outcomes is the next step in the nursing process after identification of the nursing diagnosis. Expected outcomes may be listed on a nursing care plan as patient goals or objectives. Outcomes are written as specifically as possible so that they can be measured and easily evaluated. Directions are sometimes included to help individualize the expected outcomes for each infant/child. For example, Expected Outcomes might read as follows: Child will have adequate cardiac output as evidenced by heart rate within acceptable range (state specific highest and lowest rates for each child). To individualize this statement, the nurse needs to include the highest and lowest acceptable heart rates for each child. The range will vary depending upon the child's age and disease state. The expected outcome for a 1-month-old infant with normal cardiac function would read: Infant will have adequate cardiac output as evidenced by heart rate of 100 to 160 beats/minute. POSSIBLE NURSING INTERVENTIONS.These are ways in which the nurse can assist the infant/child and/or family to achieve the expected outcomes. Some of these interventions areindependentnursing actions, whereas others arecollaborative(the nurse implements the physician's orders). For example, a nursing intervention to "elevate head of bed at 30° angle" could be instituted for an infant or child with increased intracranial pressure without a specific order from the physician. This would be an independent nursing intervention. A nursing intervention to "administer antibiotic on schedule" depends upon the physician's order. EVALUATION FOR CHARTING.This section, which deals with the final step in the nursing process, evaluates the expected outcomes and, to some extent, the identified nursing interventions. Statements made here direct the reader to describe or state results. For example, the reader may be directed to "describe breath sounds." This would be correlated with the expected outcome "infant/child will have clear and equal breath sounds" and with a nursing intervention such as "assess and record breath sounds every 4 hours and PM." Evaluation is an ongoing process; the evaluation statement may need to be changed frequently. For this reason, the nurse may wish to include this part of the nursing process in the daily charting, noting on the nursing care plan under the evaluation column "see nurses' notes," stating the date and time, and initialing the note. This section includes documentation for all appropriate forms, such as flowsheets, graphic sheets, or nurses' notes. NURSING DIAGNOSES.Following the primary nursing diagnosis are one to two associated nursing diagnoses that are prioritized and carried through the nursing process. The nurse writing the care plan decides if these are actual nursing diagnoses or if the patient is at risk for the selected nursing diagnoses. RELATED NURSING DIAGNOSES.These are nursing diagnoses that are most likely to be included in a nursing care plan for an infant or child with the stated medical diagnosis. Many of these nursing diagnoses are actual; the patient is at risk for others. The nurse determines which. The related nursing diagnoses are in priority order for an infant/child with the stated medical diagnosis. However, the needs and condition of the infant or child will determine whether the nurse must reorder the priorities. All related nursing diagnoses are completely developed through the nursing process and can be found in the text; refer to the index for location. To use this book most efficiently, scan the Table of Contents for the applicable medical diagnosis. After finding it in the text, review the accompanying nursing care plan and related nursing diagnoses and select the appropriate expected outcomes and nursing interventions. Write those on the nursing care plan and then implement them. Later, at intervals that you designate when writing the care plan, evaluate the infant's or child's response to your nursing interventions and record your findings.

Comprehensive Review For Nclex Pn

Author : Mary Ann Hogan (MSN.)
ISBN : UCSD:31822035337534
Genre : Medical
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From the author of Prentice Hall's Nursing Reviews and Rationales Series comes a comprehensive review for the NCLEX-PN(R).Completely current reflecting the April 2007 NCLEX-PN(R) test plan, this review book features a comprehensive outline review, 1570 questions and a 265-question practice test. A FREE CD-ROM provides an additional 3880 questions for review. Throughout answers are complete with rationales and testing strategies to help students determine how to answer questions, even if they aren't sure of the correct answer. In this competitive market, this new NCLEX-PN(R) review book will stand out because of these features: -The quantity and quality of our review questions, over 5450 total -Organization according to the April 2007 NCLEX-PN(R) Test Plan -The multi-media support that accompanies this review book. -Inclusion of alternate test items such as prioritization, dosage calcualation, enhanced image questions and more in the book and on the CD-ROM -FREE Prentice Hall NursingNotes Cards Additional features include: -Over 1540 NCLEX-PN(R)-style questions in the book -Rationales and testing strategies for all answers -Nearly all questions are a high level of difficulty, i.e analysis and application -Free CD-ROM offering an additional 3880 practice questions -Memory Test Aid boxes -Test Your NCLEX(R) I.Q. assessment boxes -Review tips for ESL students -Section for foreign nurses to help prepare them for the NCLEX-PN(R)

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