Pediatric Primary Care, 5e (Burns, Pediatric Primary Care): Catherine E. Burns PhD RN CPNP-PC FAAN, Ardys M. Dunn PhD RN PNP, Margaret A. Brady PhD RN CPNP-PC, Nancy Barber Starr MS APRN BC (PNP) CPNP-PC, Catherine G. Blosser MPA:HA RN APRN BC (PNP): 9780323080248

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Publication Date: March 9, 2012 ISBN-10: 0323080243 ISBN-13 :978-0323080248 Edition: 5
See the full range of coverage in primary care, pediatric primary care health conditions, 5th Edition both the prevention and management of nurse practitioners from a unique perspective. Edited by experts / Contributor team write, it provides in-depth, evidence-based guidance, assessment and management of health problems of children from infancy through adolescence. Other major issues include the development of the theory, the health status of children, the problems of everyday life, and cultural considerations.

The organization consists of four parts, including common childhood introduce units, as well as units on the development of children, child health management, disease and illness.

Unique! Functional health patterns framework to discuss the various components of a healthy life through health promotion lens provided in the third unit.
Unique! Classification code used in the unit four ICD framework diseases in the hospital and outpatient settings.
Unique! Practice Management This chapter provides information management needs to know the private medical practice, including productivity, comply with applicable law, the indicators of the quality of care and successful business practices.
Unique! Environmental health-related chapters of evidence-based environmental toxicants, such as tobacco smoke, heavy metals, and the impact of air pollutants.
The 8-page color insert more than 40 photos to visually demonstrate the key results of the assessment, ear, skin, and other conditions.
NEW! Children pain management “chapter to solve increasingly recognized as the” fifth vital sign “to expand coverage to children with acute pain and chronic pain management.
Extensively revised and updated the genetics chapter describes the new paradigm of the to solve genetic factors in clinical practice, including the introduction of epigenetics.
Pay more attention to the health gap, to explore the growing gap between the health of children in the United States and around the world, and provides strategies to help patients and parents to access the medical resources.
NEW! The implementation of the “medical home” to explore the coordination of care to the family as the center of the trend and promote appropriate treatment of children with chronic diseases.
NEW! Updated coverage of the need for a more global approach to explore the health status of children outside the United States
Extended video content provided valuable guidance on the use of a variety of imaging modalities, including how to prepare children for diagnosis.
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