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Maternal and Child Health NursingCare of the Childbearing and Childrearing Family

Maternal and Child Health NursingCare of the Childbearing and Childrearing Family 8th Edition

By: JoAnne Silbert-Flagg Adele Pillitteri
ISBN-10: 1496348133
/ ISBN-13: 9781496374578
Edition: 8th Edition
Language: English
				
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    • 1 A Framework for Maternal and Child Health Nursing
    • Goals and Philosophies of Maternal and Child Health Nursing
    • Maternal and Child Health Goals and Standards
    • A Framework for Maternal and Child Health Nursing Care
    • A Changing Discipline
    • Legal Considerations of Maternal–Child Practice
    • Ethical Considerations of Practice
    • 2 Diversity and Maternal Child Nursing
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care That Respects Cultural Diversity
    • Methods to Respect Diversity in Maternal and Child Health Nursing
    • Understanding Cultural Diversity in Maternal and Child Health Nursing
    • Understanding Sexual Orientation in Maternal and Child Health Nursing
    • Understanding Gender Identity in Maternal and Child Health Nursing
    • 3 The Childbearing and Childrearing Family in the Community
    • Nursing Process Overview for Promotion of Family Health
    • Maternal–Child Nursing Care and the Community
    • Family Structures
    • Family Functions and Roles
    • Assessment of Family Structure and Function
    • 4 Home Care and the Childbearing and Childrearing Family
    • Nursing Process Overview for the Pregnant Woman or Child on Home Care
    • Understanding Home Care
    • Assessing a Family for Home Care
    • Beginning Home Care

UNIT 2 The Nursing Role in Preparing Families for Childbearing and Childrearing

    • 5 The Nursing Role in Reproductive and Sexual Health
    • Nursing Process Overview for Promotion of Reproductive and Sexual Health
    • Assessing and Meeting Reproductive Concerns
    • Reproductive Development
    • The Male Reproductive System
    • The Female Reproductive System
    • Sexual Health
    • 6 Nursing Care for the Family in Need of Reproductive Life Planning
    • Nursing Process Overview for Reproductive Life Planning
    • Assessment for Contraception Options and Possible Contraindications
    • Natural Family Planning
    • Hormonal Contraception
    • Intrauterine Devices
    • Surgical Methods of Reproductive Life Planning
    • The Couple With Unique Needs
    • Future Trends in Contraception
    • Elective Termination of Pregnancy
    • 7 Nursing Care of the Family Having Difficulty Conceiving a Child
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Couple With Subfertility
    • Subfertility
    • Fertility Assessment
    • Factors That Cause Male Subfertility
    • Factors That Cause Female Subfertility
    • Unexplained Subfertility
    • Assisted Reproductive Techniques
    • Alternatives to Childbirth
    • 8 The Nursing Role in Genetic Assessment and Counseling
    • Nursing Process Overview for Genetic Assessment and Counseling
    • Genetic Disorders
    • Genetic Counseling and Testing
    • Common Chromosomal Disorders Resulting in Physical or Cognitive Developmental Disorders

UNIT 3 The Nursing Role in Caring for Families During Normal Pregnancy, Birth, the Postpartum, and Newborn Period

    • 9 Nursing Care During Normal Pregnancy and Care of the Developing Fetus
    • Nursing Process Overview to Help Ensure Fetal Health
    • The Nursing Role and Nursing Care During Normal Pregnancy and Birth
    • Stages of Fetal Development
    • Embryonic and Fetal Structures
    • Origin and Development of Organ Systems
    • Assessment of Fetal Growth and Development
    • Women With Unique Needs or Concerns
    • 10 Nursing Care Related to Psychological and Physiologic Changes of Pregnancy
    • Nursing Process Overview for Healthy Adaptation to Pregnancy
    • Psychological Changes of Pregnancy
    • The Psychological Tasks of Pregnancy
    • The Confirmation of Pregnancy
    • Physiologic Changes of Pregnancy
    • Patients With Unique Concerns in Pregnancy
    • 11 Nursing Care Related to Assessment of a Pregnant Family
    • Nursing Process Overview for Prenatal Care
    • Health Promotion and Assessment Before and During Pregnancy
    • The Initial Interview
    • Physical Examination
    • Laboratory Assessment
    • Risk Assessment
    • Signs Indicating Possible Complications of Pregnancy
    • 12 Nursing Care to Promote Fetal and Maternal Health
    • Nursing Process Overview for Health Promotion of a Fetus and Mother
    • Health Promotion During Pregnancy
    • Preventing Fetal Exposure to Teratogens
    • Preparation for Labor
    • 13 The Nursing Role in Promoting Nutritional Health During Pregnancy
    • Nursing Process Overview for Promoting Nutritional Health During Pregnancy
    • Relationship of Maternal Nutrition and Fetal Health
    • Assessing Nutritional Health
    • Promoting Nutritional Health During Pregnancy
    • Women With Unique Needs
    • 14 Preparing a Family for Childbirth and Parenting
    • Nursing Process Overview for Childbirth and Parenting Education
    • Childbirth Education
    • The Childbirth Plan
    • Preconception Visits
    • Expectant Parenting Classes
    • Methods to Manage Pain in Childbirth
    • The Birth Setting
    • Alternative Methods of Birth
    • Women With Unique Needs
    • 15 Nursing Care of a Family During Labor and Birth
    • Nursing Process Overview for the Woman in Labor
    • Theories of Why Labor Begins
    • The Components of Labor
    • The Stages of Labor
    • Maternal and Fetal Responses to Labor
    • Measuring Progress in Labor
    • Maternal and Fetal Assessments During Labor
    • The Care of a Woman During the First Stage of Labor
    • The Care of a Woman During the Second Stage of Labor
    • The Care of a Woman During the Third and Fourth Stages of Labor
    • The Woman With Unique Concerns in Labor
    • 16 The Nursing Role in Providing Comfort During Labor and Birth
    • Nursing Process Overview for Pain Relief During Labor and Childbirth
    • Experience of Pain During Childbirth
    • Comfort and Nonpharmacologic Pain Relief Measures
    • The Woman With Unique Needs
    • 17 Nursing Care of a Postpartal Family
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Postpartal Woman and Family
    • Psychological Changes of the Postpartal Period
    • Physiologic Changes of the Postpartal Period
    • Nursing Care of a Woman and Family During the First 24 Hours After Birth
    • Nursing Care of a Woman and Family in Preparation for Health Agency Discharge
    • Nursing Care of a Postpartal Woman and Family With Unique Needs
    • 18 Nursing Care of a Family With a Newborn
    • Nursing Process Overview for Health Promotion of the Term Newborn
    • The Profile of a Newborn
    • Assessments for Well-Being
    • The Care of a Newborn at Birth
    • Nursing Care of a Newborn and Family in the Postpartal Period
    • The Assessment of a Family’s Readiness to Care for a Newborn at Home
    • 19 Nutritional Needs of a Newborn
    • Nursing Process Overview for Promoting Nutritional Health in a Newborn
    • Nutritional Allowances for a Newborn
    • Breastfeeding
    • Formula Feeding
    • Discharge Planning for Newborn Nutrition

UNIT 4 The Nursing Role in Caring for a Family During Complications of Pregnancy, Birth, or the Postpartal Period

    • 20 Nursing Care of a Family Experiencing a Pregnancy Complication From a Preexisting or Newly Acquired Illness
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Woman With a Preexisting or Newly Acquired Illness
    • The Nursing Role and Nursing Care During Pregnancy Complications
    • Cardiovascular Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Hematologic Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Renal and Urinary Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Respiratory Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Rheumatic Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Gastrointestinal Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Neurologic Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Musculoskeletal Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Endocrine Disorders and Pregnancy
    • Mental Illness and Pregnancy
    • Cancer and Pregnancy
    • 21 Nursing Care of a Family Experiencing a Sudden Pregnancy Complication
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Woman Who Develops a Complication of Pregnancy
    • Bleeding During Pregnancy
    • Preterm Labor
    • Preterm Rupture of Membranes
    • Hypertensive Disorders in Pregnancy
    • HELLP Syndrome
    • Multiple Pregnancy
    • Polyhydramnios
    • Oligohydramnios
    • Postterm Pregnancy
    • Isoimmunization (Rh Incompatibility)
    • Fetal Death
    • 22 Nursing Care of a Pregnant Family With Special Needs
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Pregnant Woman With Special Needs
    • The Pregnant Adolescent
    • The Pregnant Woman Over Age 40 Years
    • The Pregnant Woman Who Is Physically or Cognitively Challenged
    • A Woman Who Is Substance Dependent
    • Trauma and Pregnancy
    • 23 Nursing Care of a Family Experiencing a Complication of Labor or Birth
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Woman With a Labor or Birth Complication
    • Complications With the Power (The Force of Labor)
    • Problems With the Passenger
    • Problems With the Passage
    • Anomalies of the Placenta and Cord
    • 24 Nursing Care of a Family During a Surgical Intervention for Birth
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Woman Having a Surgical Intervention for Birth
    • Surgical Interventions
    • Cesarean Birth
    • Effects of Surgery on a Woman
    • Nursing Care for a Woman Anticipating a Cesarean Birth
    • Nursing Care for a Woman Having an Emergent Cesarean Birth
    • Intraoperative Care Measures
    • Postpartal Care Measures
    • 25 Nursing Care of a Family Experiencing a Postpartum Complication
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Woman Experiencing a Postpartum Complication
    • Postpartum Hemorrhages
    • Puerperal Infections
    • Thrombophlebitis
    • Mastitis
    • Urinary System Disorders
    • Cardiovascular System Disorders
    • Reproductive System Disorders
    • Emotional and Psychological Complications of the Puerperium
    • 26 Nursing Care of a Family With a High-Risk Newborn
    • Nursing Process Overview
    • Newborn Priorities in the First Days of Life
    • The Newborn at Risk Because of Altered Gestational Age or Birth Weight
    • Illnesses That Occur in Newborns
    • The Newborn at Risk Because of a Maternal Infection
    • The Newborn at Risk Because of a Maternal Illnesses
    • 27 Nursing Care of the Child Born With a Physical or Developmental Challenge
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Newborn Who Is Physically or Developmentally Challenged
    • Care at Birth of the Newborn Who Is Physically or Developmentally Challenged
    • Physical and Developmental Disorders of the Skeletal System
    • Physical and Developmental Disorders of the Gastrointestinal System
    • Physical and Developmental Disorders of the Nervous System

UNIT 5 The Nursing Role in Health Promotion for Childrearing Family

    • 28 Principles of Growth and Development
    • Nursing Process Overview for Promotion of Normal Growth and Development
    • Growth and Development and the Role of the Nurse
    • Principles of Growth and Development
    • Factors Influencing Growth and Development
    • Theories of Child Development
    • Using Growth and Development in Practice
    • 29 Nursing Care of a Family With an Infant
    • Nursing Process Overview for Healthy Development of an Infant
    • Growth and Development of an Infant
    • The Nursing Role in Health Promotion of an Infant and Family
    • 30 Nursing Care of a Family With a Toddler
    • Nursing Process Overview for Healthy Development of a Toddler
    • Nursing Assessment of a Toddler’s Growth and Development
    • Planning and Implementation for Health Promotion of a Toddler and Family
    • 31 Nursing Care of a Family With a Preschool Child
    • Nursing Process Overview for Healthy Development of a Preschooler
    • Nursing Assessment of a Preschooler’s Growth and Development
    • Planning and Implementation for the Health Promotion of a Preschooler and Family
    • 32 Nursing Care of a Family With a School-Age Child
    • Nursing Process Overview for Healthy Development of a School-Age Child
    • Growth and Development of a School-Age Child
    • Health Promotion for a School-Age Child and Family
    • 33 Nursing Care of a Family With an Adolescent
    • Nursing Process Overview for Healthy Development of an Adolescent
    • Growth and Development of an Adolescent
    • Health Promotion for an Adolescent and Family
    • 34 Child Health Assessment
    • Nursing Process Overview for Health Assessment of the Child and Family
    • Health History: Establishing a Database
    • Physical Assessment
    • Vision Assessment
    • Hearing Assessment
    • Speech Assessment
    • Developmental Appraisal
    • Intelligence
    • Temperament
    • Immunizations
    • Concluding a Health Assessment
    • 35 Communication and Teaching With Children and Families
    • Nursing Process Overview for Health Teaching With Children
    • Communication
    • Health Teaching in a Changing Healthcare Environment
    • Developing and Implementing a Teaching Plan
    • Health Teaching for a Surgical Experience

UNIT 6 The Nursing Role in Supporting the Health of Ill Children and Their Families

    • 36 Nursing Care of a Family With an Ill Child
    • Nursing Process Overview for an Ill Child
    • The Meaning of Illness to Children
    • Care of the Ill Child and Family in the Hospital
    • Nursing Responsibilities for Care of the Ill Child and Family
    • Promoting Safety for the Ill Child
    • Promoting Adequate Sleep for the Ill Child
    • Promoting Adequate Stimulation for the Ill Child
    • Promoting Play for the Ill Child
    • 37 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Needs Diagnostic or Therapeutic Modalities
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child Who Needs Diagnostic or Therapeutic Procedures
    • Nursing Responsibilities With Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques
    • Measuring Vital Signs
    • Reducing Elevated Temperature in Children
    • Common Diagnostic Procedures
    • Collecting Specimens for Analysis
    • Assistance With Elimination
    • Nutritional Care
    • Hot and Cold Therapy
    • Wound Care
    • 38 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Needs Medication Administration or Intravenous Therapy
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child Needing Medication/Intravenous Therapy
    • Medication Administration
    • Intravenous Therapy
    • 39 Pain Management in Children
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child in Pain
    • The Physiology of Pain
    • Assessing the Type and Degree of Pain
    • Pain Assessment
    • Pain Management
    • Pharmacologic Pain Relief
    • Nonpharmacologic Pain Management for Children
    • Ongoing Pain Relief

UNIT 7 The Nursing Role in Restoring and Maintaining the Health of Children and Families With Physiologic Disorders

    • 40 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Respiratory Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child With a Respiratory Disorder
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Respiratory System
    • Assessing Respiratory Illness in Children
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Therapeutic Techniques Used in the Treatment of Respiratory Illness in Children
    • Disorders of the Upper Respiratory Tract
    • Disorders of the Lower Respiratory Tract
    • 41 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Cardiovascular Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With Cardiovascular Disorder
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Nursing Care of the Child With a Cardiac Disorder
    • The Cardiovascular System
    • Congestive Heart Failure
    • Congenital Heart Defects
    • Cardiac Surgery
    • Cardiac Catheterization
    • Cardiac Transplantation
    • Dysrhythmias
    • Acquired Heart Disease
    • Preventive Heart Disease
    • 42 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has an Immune Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child With an Immune Disorder
    • The Immune System
    • Immunodeficiency Disorders
    • Allergy
    • Common Allergic Reactions
    • Atopic Disorders
    • Drug and Food Allergies
    • Stinging Insect Hypersensitivity
    • Contact Dermatitis
    • 43 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has an Infectious Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child With an Infectious Disorder
    • The Infectious Process
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Caring for the Child With an Infectious Disease
    • Viral Infections
    • Bacterial Infections
    • Other Infectious Pathogens
    • 44 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Hematologic Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child With a Hematologic Disorder
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Hematopoietic System
    • Assessment and Therapeutic Techniques for Hematologic Disorders
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Disorders of the Red Blood Cells
    • Disorders of Blood Coagulation
    • 45 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Gastrointestinal Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for a Child With a Gastrointestinal Disorder
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Gastrointestinal System
    • Diagnostic and Therapeutic Techniques
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Imbalances
    • Common Gastrointestinal Symptoms of Illness in Children
    • Common Disorders of the Stomach and Duodenum
    • Hepatic Disorders
    • Intestinal Disorders
    • Disorders of the Lower Bowel
    • Disorders Caused by Food, Vitamin, and Mineral Deficiencies
    • 46 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Renal or Urinary Tract Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With a Renal or Urinary Tract Disorder
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Kidneys
    • Assessment of Renal and Urinary Tract Dysfunction
    • Therapeutic Measures for the Management of Renal Disease
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Structural Abnormalities of the Urinary Tract
    • Infections of the Urinary System and Related Disorders
    • Disorders Affecting Normal Urinary Elimination
    • Kidney Transplantation
    • 47 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Reproductive Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With a Reproductive Disorder
    • Assessing Reproductive Disorders in Children
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Disorders Caused by Altered Reproductive Development
    • Reproductive Disorders in Males
    • Reproductive Disorders in Females
    • Breast Disorders
    • Sexually Transmitted Infections
    • 48 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has an Endocrine or a Metabolic Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With an Endocrine or Metabolic Disorder
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • The Pituitary Gland
    • Pituitary Gland Disorders
    • The Thyroid Gland
    • Thyroid Gland Disorders
    • The Adrenal Gland
    • Adrenal Gland Disorders
    • The Pancreas
    • The Parathyroid Glands
    • Metabolic Disorders (Inborn Errors of Metabolism)
    • 49 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Neurologic Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With a Neurologic System Disorder
    • Anatomy and Physiology of the Nervous System
    • Assessing the Child With a Neurologic Disorder
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Increased Intracranial Pressure
    • Neural Tube Disorders
    • Neurocutaneous Syndromes
    • Cerebral Palsy
    • Infection
    • Inflammatory Disorders
    • Paroxysmal Disorders
    • Spinal Cord Injury
    • Ataxic Disorders
    • 50 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Vision or Hearing Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With a Vision or Hearing Disorder
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Vision
    • Disorders That Interfere With Vision
    • Structural Problems of the Eye
    • Infection or Inflammation of the Eye
    • Traumatic Injury to the Eye
    • Inner Eye Conditions
    • The Child Scheduled for Eye Surgery
    • The Hospitalized Child With a Visual Impairment
    • Structure and Function of the Ears
    • Disorders of the Ear
    • The Hospitalized Child With a Hearing Impairment
    • 51 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Musculoskeletal Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With a Musculoskeletal Disorder
    • The Musculoskeletal System
    • Assessment of Musculoskeletal Function
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Therapeutic Management of Musculoskeletal Disorders in Children
    • Disorders of Bone Development
    • Infectious and Inflammatory Disorders of the Bones and Joints
    • Disorders of Skeletal Structure
    • Disorders of the Joints and Tendons: Collagen Vascular Disease
    • Disorders of the Skeletal Muscles
    • 52 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has an Unintentional Injury
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With an Unintentional Injury
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • The Injured Child
    • Head Trauma
    • Abdominal Trauma
    • Dental Trauma
    • Drowning
    • Poisoning
    • Foreign Body Obstruction
    • Bites
    • Athletic Injuries
    • Injuries of the Extremities
    • Thermal Injuries
    • 53 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Malignancy
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With a Malignancy
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Neoplasia
    • Assessing Children With Cancer
    • Overview of Cancer Treatment Measures Used With Children
    • The Leukemias
    • The Lymphomas
    • Neoplasms of the Brain
    • Bone Tumors
    • Other Childhood Neoplasms

UNIT 8 The Nursing Role in Restoring and Maintaining the Mental Health of Children and Families

    • 54 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has an Intellectual or Mental Health Disorder
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Child With an Intellectual Challenge or Mental Illness
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Classification of Mental Health Disorders
    • Neurodevelopmental Disorders
    • Attention Deficit and Disruptive Behavior Disorders
    • Anxiety Disorders
    • Eating Disorders
    • Tic Disorders
    • Depression, Psychiatric, and Bipolar and Related Disorders Affecting Children
    • Elimination Disorders
    • 55 Nursing Care of a Family in Crisis: Maltreatment and Violence in the Family
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Family That Has Experienced Child Maltreatment or Intimate Partner Violence
    • Health Promotion and Risk Management
    • Child Maltreatment
    • Sexual Maltreatment
    • Rape
    • Intimate Partner Violence
    • 56 Nursing Care of a Family When a Child Has a Long-Term or Terminal Illness
    • Nursing Process Overview for Care of a Family With a Child Who Has a Long-Term or Terminal Illness
    • The Child With a Long-Term Illness
    • The Child Who Is Terminally Ill

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