Pediatric Nursing

Pediatric Nursing

Pediatric nursing is the medical care given to the neonates and children up to adolescence usually in an in patient hospital or a day clinic. Pediatric nurse practitioners perform physical exams, diagnose illness and injury, and provide education and support to patients and their families. Pediatric nurses provide preventive care to all the children and adolescents. Pediatric nurse devote their skills to care infants, children and adolescents. Parents often prefer to get their children treated by a pediatric specialist to solve there needs. The nurse who are specialized in this field complete their training in pediatric and collaborate closely with physicians who share their dedication to children’s health. Pediatric nurses are specialized in the way that they know how to talk to children, how to clear their fear, they also know how to interact with them and gather information to diagnosis and treatment of the child. Children’s body gradually starts to grow and change so they react differently to illness, common medication and injury too. Like other nurses pediatric nurses can also perform physical examinations, measure vital statistics, urine samples and blood samples, order diagnostic tests. They care patients with illness and injuries, spend significant amount of time educating parents and other caregivers about how to care for their children’s health. Pediatric nursing is a very special role, because it provides the opportunity to play a key role in children’s life. Pediatric nurses work in different fields such as hospitals, surgical centers, clinics, doctor’s office and other healthcare settings. Pediatric nurses bring comfort to children being treated in acute care departments like, pediatric oncology ward, and their families. Many neonatal nurses work in Neo-natal intensive care units. They also work in schools; provide practices, community groups and other organization to provide outpatient and preventive health care services to children. For children with chronic conditions like juvenile diabetes or paralysis, they design home care plans to help families meet their children’s special needs. Abraham Jacob is known as the father of pediatrics because of his contributions to the field.  Nurses with training can interpret test results to develop treatment plans. The important criteria of a pediatric nurse are to administer direct procedures and medications to children according to their prescribed nursing plan. Pediatric nursing is the medical care provided to the neonates and children up to adolescent age, usually I a day care or in an in-patient hospital.

Pediatric nurses play important role in the life’s of young people in both sick and healthy children.

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