An examination guide for nursery nurses by Jean Brain

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Published by Hulton Educational in Cheltenham .

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StatementJean Brain and Molly D. Martin.
ContributionsMartin, Molly D.
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Pagination63p.
Number of Pages63
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Open LibraryOL21687135M
ISBN 100717513661
OCLC/WorldCa60083798

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Newborn Baby Examination. Foreword. This examination is performed on all newborn babies, ideally within 48 hours of birth. It is also rechecked by the baby's general practitioner at the 8 week check. It is basically a top-to-toe examination of a baby and therefore has many parts to it.

impressions about you, other nurses, the facility you are working in, and how care will be managed (Jarvis, ). All assessments should consider the patient’s privacy and foster open, honest patient communications. Test Yourself Nurses use physical assessment skills to: A. Obtain baseline data B.

Enhance the nurse-patient relationship C.Usually the nursery manager will choose which book is read according to the childrens’ skills and to promote maximum development. Older children will sometimes be taken on outings to places such as the zoo or to parks.

The nursery nurse will be responsible for looking after a certain number of children on such events, usually about three each.perform the complete examination immediately.

• Explain to the participants that this comprehensive assessment will guide the health staff in counselling mother and family. The same complete newborn examination will be use during the first months to assess the growth and development of the infant. In cases of child abuse or neglect the full.

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