Updated for 2019, the Pediatric Nursing digital flashcard e-book contains 360 digital flashcards. Pediatric nursing is comparable to MEDSURG in it's similar chapters. However, focusing solely on infants, children, and adolescents, it's understandable to get confused easily. This e-book is a subset of the entire collection and for those who only want to focus on their pediatric nursing weakness.
In a short amount of time, as you go over these digital flashcards, you'll discover the advantages of active recall.
- Joanne Guirao, MSN, RN
Differentiate the difference between aortic stenosis, pulmonic stenosis, and tricuspid atresia.
Find out what happens if hypothyroidism does not get treated prior to 3 months of age.
Be able to determine whether projectile vomiting is due to pyloric stenosis, intussusception, or celiac disease.
Understand the stages of Wilms' Tumor and how they affect the kidneys.
Identify when the moro reflex disappears and when the birth weight should double.
Understand how sickle cell crisis affects the child and learn about the three forms of beta thalassemia.
Learn about the degree of burn affecting the skin layers and the diagnostic findings of rubeola.
Be able to determine which foot should move first when on crutches and differentiate the types of fractures.
Identify the most life-threatening time for a newborn with myelomeningocele.
Learn the symptoms for bronchopulmonary dysplasia and the correct diagnostic test for tuberculosis.
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