A Clinical Guide to Pediatric Infectious Disease (Recall by Donald Janner

By Donald Janner

The correct time-saver for the busy clinician on the entrance strains of pediatric care, this convenient advisor supplies a pragmatic "how-to" point of view on analysis and therapy for a number of ordinarily encountered infections.

Broad-based fabric is helping you meet the demanding situations of quite a number infectious sickness states—from otitis media, sinusitis, and urinary tract infection...to hepatitis, cervical adenitis, pediatric tuberculosis, pneumonia, catheter an infection, and more.

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* Clinically crucial fabric on particular medications and dosages is helping you decide the simplest remedy for every sufferer, and signals you to probably detrimental dosing mistakes and drug interactions.
* Section on exact interpretation of laboratory tests outlines right interpretive process for quite a number universal assessments and is helping hone your diagnostic skills.
* Consistent bankruptcy template helps you to find wanted details quickly.
* Coverage of an infection regulate in organ transplant recipients is helping you meet the designated wishes of this sufferer population.
* Convenient size makes this a fantastic quick-consult on the bedside, within the lab, or within the office.

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However uncomfortable the process might be, professional nurses have an obligation to reflect on their practice. At the very least, such reflection is an opportunity to ensure that their documentary practice is up to date with contemporary expectations. Reflection also represents a chance for nurses to look ‘within’ and to get to know who they really are. ’ practice and best practice within the profession. Reflection allows nurses to look at the documentation process from various angles, and to identify what has worked and what has not worked.

During that time there have been several interpretations of the concept and how it works, and consensus has been difficult to achieve (Greenwood 1998b). Three ways of describing clinical reasoning are (Greenwood 1998b): • decision theory; • information-processing theory; and • skills-acquisition theory. Each of these is discussed below. However, whatever theory (or combination of theories) best describes clinical reasoning, the practical process is eventually dependent on nurses’ understanding of those in their care.

Reflection also represents a chance for nurses to look ‘within’ and to get to know who they really are. ’ practice and best practice within the profession. Reflection allows nurses to look at the documentation process from various angles, and to identify what has worked and what has not worked. Reflection thus provides nurses with an opportunity to become change agents by engaging in a problem-solving process that fosters accountability. It is important that management provides nurses with professional space in which to reflect.

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