4 edition of Perinatal and pediatric respiratory care found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editors, Michael P. Czervinske, Sherry L. Barnhart.|
|Contributions||Czervinske, Michael P., Barnhart, Sherry L.|
|LC Classifications||RJ431 .P47 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 778 p. :|
|Number of Pages||778|
|LC Control Number||2003267017|
DiBlasi, Michael P. Chapter 4: Techniques of Resuscitation and Stabilization. Section III chapters continues with therapeutic procedures for treatment of neonatal and pediatric disorders. New insights can be gained from these chapters as they address neonatal pulmonary disorders, congenital and surgical disorders that affect respiratory care, and complications of neonatal care. And, special procedures and non-conventional ventilatory techniques are described. Answers and rationales for both pre- and post-testing are located in the back of the book.
Greenspan Radiographic Assessment J. A section devoted to ventilation and oxygenation includes information on both conventional and special techniques. Czervinske, Robert M.
Administration of Gas Mixtures Mark Rogers Czervinske and Sherry L. Other topics of interest included in this section are sudden infant death syndrome and pediatric sleep disorders, asthma, cystic fibrosis, head injury and cerebral disorders, drowning injury, pediatric poisoning as well as disorders of the neurologic and neuromuscular systems. Bronchoscopy Karl Kalavantavanich, Craig M.
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Pharmacology in Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care. Section III chapters continues with therapeutic procedures for treatment of neonatal and pediatric disorders. The proliferation of new surgical interventions, discoveries in applied translational and clinical research, devices and mechanical ventilator technologies, and strategies that are currently being implemented into practice require dynamic, self-driven clinicians, and lifelong learners who are dedicated to providing the highest quality care possible.
Chapters 5 and 6, respectively, provide useful guidelines for assessing the respiratory status of the infant and older child. Content reflects the latest developments in the field meeting the needs of AD programs and BS Respiratory Care programs which are growing in this field. Chapter 9: Assessment of Oxygenation and Ventilation.
Administration of Gas Mixtures Mark Rogers Pettignano, Robert Pettignano Completely updated to reflect the newest NBRC Examination content outlines, with new information on: stress testing, oxygen titration with exercise, aterial line insertion, influenza vaccines and ventilator-associated pneumonia protocols.
Author by : Brian K. Section IV chapters elaborates on neonatal and pediatric respiratory disorders; their presentation, diagnosis, and treatment. The book does an outstanding job in describing the various modes of mechanical ventilation and the implications for choosing which mode for which patient need.
With advance practice roles becoming the norm, practitioners are faced with more challenging decisions that require collaboration, teamwork, and sharp critical thinking skills. Section I chapters covers fetal lung development, an excellent review of fetal gas exchange and circulation, antenatal assessment and the high-risk delivery, and neonatal assessment and resuscitation.
Chapter Clinical Case Studies. Chapter 5: Assessment of the Neonatal and Pediatric Patient. Conventional Methods of Ventilatory Support. Airway Management Ian N.
As our health care system changes, these individuals will need to be highly professional, have critical thinking skills, and be more involved in critical roles as experts in critical and acute care, extracorporeal membrane oxygenation ECMOair and ground transport, discharge coordination, home care, education, health care quality, and research.
Special Examination Study Guide. Development and Care of the Fetus: Conception to Birth. Information on conventional and non-conventional ventilators?
Ten clinical case studies supplement the main text. Miller, Thomas H. Ten clinical case studies support application of content from the main text.
Causes of Persistent Neonatal Illness. Oxygen Administration Sherry L. Chapter 25 exclusively details cardiopulmonary resuscitation as it relates to both the neonate and the older pediatric patient.
Chapter 1: Embryologic Development of the Cardiopulmonary System. Assessment of Fetal Growth and Development.
Chapter 27 describes thoracic organ transplantation. Exam Notes highlight special notes or instructions specific to either the entry level CRT or advanced exam RRT to help students use their study time more effectively. Neonatal Transport.Perinatal And Pediatric Respiratory Care.
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Readers will study fetal development of the cardiopulmonary system, then learn respiratory care of neonatal and pediatric patients, as well as causes and care of respiratory illnesses.