3 edition of Diagnosis and management of the hospitalized child found in the catalog.
Diagnosis and management of the hospitalized child
Howard B. Levy
|Statement||Howard B. Levy, Stephen H. Sheldon, Rabi F. Sulayman.|
|Contributions||Sheldon, Stephen H., Sulayman, Rabi F.|
|LC Classifications||RJ48 .L48 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 681 p. :|
|Number of Pages||681|
|LC Control Number||84006829|
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This pocket book updates and expands the guidelines contained in Management of the child with a serious infection or severe malnutrition (WHO/FCH/CAH/). To order the manual, please visit the WHO book shop. Related links. Serious childhood problems in countries with limited resources Current management challenges focus on identifying the likely etiologic pathogens based on an assessment of host risk factors, while attempting to make a specific etiologic diagnosis, which is
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Here are five (5) nursing care plans (NCP) and nursing diagnosis (NDx) for hospitalized child: Self-Care Deficit Nursing Management 1. Preparing child and families for hospitalization. Admitting the child to the facility. Addressing the effect of hospitalization developmentally.
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