pediatric patient

pediatric patient

Child, see there.
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Asthma is a common chronic condition that has long plagued the pediatric patient population.
In the pediatric patient, the causes of ESRD are many and varied.
"Care of the Pediatric Patient With a Brain Tumor" includes information on epidemiology, classification of brain tumors, risk factors, genetics, pathophysiology, clinical features, tumor types, diagnostic testing, acute management, surgery, radiation therapy, chemotherapy, psychosocial and educational needs of the patient and family, and long-term effects of the brain tumor or management of the brain tumor.
Whether we like it or not, every radiologic technologist and student technologist will radiograph a pediatric patient. Pediatric radiology is a specialty in itself, and it takes a thoughtful, considerate and patient technologist to obtain the desired result (ie, a high quality diagnostic image).
Reflection on these interactions help to discover critical concepts that affect the way nurses perform when a pediatric patient is dying for the benefit of both the nurse and patient.
In an observational cohort study of 10,566 pediatric patient encounters contained within the Michigan Emergency Records Management and Information Database (MERMaID), only 44% of the 1,118 drug administrations in pediatric patients were correct.
Patient safety must be a primary consideration when dialyzing children, Preventing falls; limiting children's access to sharp instruments, electrical cords and hazardous chemicals; and isolating infectious patients are just a few pediatric patient safety issues.
To our knowledge, this is only tire second report of intraparenchymal parotid stones in a pediatric patient.
Shigella sonnei resistant to cefotaxime (but not to ceftazidime) was isolated for the first time in stool samples from a pediatric patient with vomiting and bloody diarrhea in northern Argentina.
In past years, the SCU, which is the name for our ICU, has served a population of primarily adults with an occasional pediatric patient. Historically, pediatric patients were admitted with medical and surgical diagnoses and minor open-heart surgery, with major subspecialty needs referred to the Boston hospitals.
Gastroesophageal reflux in the pediatric patient. Gastroenterol Clin North Am 1989;18:315-37.

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