Procedures for Primary Care Pediatricians
This comprehensive new manual provides step-by-step guidance for performing a wide variety of pediatric procedures. It equips readers to safely and effectively provide numerous services traditionally offered only by specialists, from venous sampling to managing toxicologic emergencies. Conveniently organized by procedure type and body system, it covers everything from indications and contraindications through modifications based on a child's age, informed consent and documentation, aftercare instructions, and much more.
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GENERAL APPROACH TO PEDIATRIC OFFICE PROCEDURES
Percutaneous Central Venous Catheterization
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Aftercare Instructions airway analgesia anesthesia anesthetic antibiotics Apply appropriate artery aspiration Background and Introduction bleeding blood cardioversion catheter chest tube child Contraindications and Reasons corneal corneal abrasion dislocations distal dose emergency department Emergency Medicine epinephrine evaluation examination eyelid fluid foreign body gauze guidewire hernia indicated infants injection injury insertion intraosseous intravenous intubation irrigation Ketamine laceration lidocaine maneuver medial mg/kg monitoring nasal needle nerve block normal Nursing Skills obtained occur oral oxygen pain parasthesias Patient and Family pediatric pediatric emergency PEFR performed physician placement position posterior povidone-iodine practitioner pressure procedure pulse oximetry puncture radial radiograph Reasons for Referral rectal rectal prolapse reduction Relevant Anatomy removed require respiratory result resuscitation risk saline sample sedation shunt skin slit lamp splint sterile Supplies and Equipment suture swabs syringe tachycardia tape technique thoracentesis tissue tracheostomy urine vein venipuncture venous wound wrist