Armstrong and Browder"s Nursing care of children

by Inez L. Armstrong

Publisher: F.A. Davis Co. in Philadelphia

Written in English
Cover of: Armstrong and Browder
Published: Pages: 748 Downloads: 271
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  • Pediatric nursing.

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

Other titlesNursing care of children.
Statement[by] Jean Bulger Mash [and] Margaret Dickens.
ContributionsBrowder, Jane J., joint author., Mash, Jean Bulger., Dickens, Margaret L.
LC ClassificationsRJ245 .A7 1973
The Physical Object
Paginationix, 748 p.
Number of Pages748
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5430525M
ISBN 100803659016
LC Control Number73077109

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Introduction. Major emergencies in children younger than 5 years of age occur because of gastrointestinal disturbances. 1 Annually, approximately , children die of diarrheal diseases worldwide, and dehydration is the most common complication of these cases. 1,2 Dehydration consists of loss of body water and electrolytes. 3 Children need a greater volume . Kaiser’s Patient Progression Hub is the latest example of Armstrong’s commitment to patient care and excellence in care. Armstrong says she “always was called to nursing Author: Silicon Valley Business Journal. In health care, human factors specialists seek to improve people-system interactions for everyone involved – health care professionals, patients and family members. Their work can be focused on enhancing the safety and usability of a single product – such as a medical device – or on improving an entire care delivery process or. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association (); and Pat Armstrong and Hugh Armstrong (eds.), The Privatization of Care: The Case of Nursing Homes (New York: Routledge, ).

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especially when he had trouble nursing. I was so depressed and no one in my family recognized how severe it was. Fortunately I recovered relatively quickly. In November, this family adopted five young children from foster care. They Danced On (The Darlings Series Book Three) by author Carre Armstrong Gardner Is a page contemporary Christian novel published by Tyndale House.

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Managing acute illness Roger Jones Wolfson Professor of General Practice Patrick White Senior Lecturer in General Practice David Armstrong Professor of Medicine and Sociology Mark Ashworth Senior Lecturer in General Practice Marilyn Peters Research Co-ordinator Department of Primary Care and Public Health Sciences King’s College London.

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