Pediatric Primary Care
Pediatric Primary Care: Practice Guidelines for Nurses, Second Edition is a convenient reference that presents the latest information on nutrition, growth and development, and common childhood disorders. It provides comprehensive coverage of diagnostic methods, management, and treatment modalities most useful to nurse practitioners (NP). Covering the most common aspects of pediatric primary care in outline format, including signs and symptoms, diagnostic tools, and treatments, it is an ideal reference for students and beginning NPs starting out in practice.
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