Pediatric Telephone Protocols: Office Version

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - And it's even quicker and easier to use. 6 new protocols for a total of 143: bronchiolitis Follow-up Call, Eczema Follow-up Call, Eye-Swelling, Newborn Acts Sick, Mosquito Bite, and Warts. You'll see benefits like: - highlighted assessment questions that help you quickly evaluate patient problems and select the appropriate disposition: 911 call, office visit, dosages, home care - Parent reassuring home care instructions - Medication questions, ED referral, and recommendations - Find-it-fast index helps to quickly zero-in on caller concerns - Detailed User's Guide serves as a valuable training tool - Reproducible log sheets help standardize call documentation and save charting time - Quality assurance checklist eases staff training and evaluation and improves caller satisfaction Key features include - Completely updated and revised 16th edition.

New section on Skin/Bites that includes 27 protocols. With this must-have resource you get proven prescriptions for phone care quality. Schmitt covers an even broader spectrum of caller concerns with 6 brand new protocols.  . Now this aap best seller from telehealth pioneer Dr. Pediatric telephone protocols is the go-to triage resource at thousands of practices and hundreds of call centers nationwide.

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Adult Telephone Protocols: Office Version

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - This powerful decision-support tool is designed to help busy family practice and internal medicine offices handle a wide array of adult phone inquiries. It guides triagers through each call with the same step-by-step checklist organization and ease-of-use features as its companion resource, Pediatric Telephone Protocols.

Adult telephone protocols includes over 100 proven protocols that cover 95% of the most common adult complaints. Look here for triage guidelines ranging from everyday problems such as back pain, and sunburn to more serious conditions such as breathing difficulty, insect bites, seizures, and wound care.

Adult Telephone Protocols: Office Version #ad - Time-saving, care-enhancing features include: - highlighted triage assessment questions - practical home care instructions - call prioritization guide "red flag" checklist for office support staff - Over-the-counter medication advice - Office resources checklistNew Updates include - Completely updated and revised for the first time in 6 years - 10 new protocols for a total of 115: Abdominal pain- Menstrual Cramps; Anaphylaxis; Ankle Pain; Back Injury; Chest Injury; Finger Pain;  Influenza Exposure; Neck Injury; Urine- Blood In; Zika Virus Exposure - And more  .

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Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses Briggs, Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses098227

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LWW #ad - Telephone triage protocols for nurses, 5th Edition is your rapid-access resource, delivering more than 200 triage protocols for evaluating patients' symptoms over the telephone. Telephone triage protocols for Nurses, fifth EditionPerforming telephone triage requires the ability to make quick and effective decisions based on limited information.

Detailed home care instructions are provided. Each symptom entry lists questions, grouped by urgency level, call back for appointment, to determine whether the patient should seek emergency care immediately, seek medical care the same day, or follow home care instructions. Simple, direct, and useful, this is the most comprehensive and user-friendly telephone triage book available.

Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses Briggs, Telephone Triage Protocols for Nurses098227 #ad - Evaluate patients quickly and accurately, and specific care recommendations· quick-read format helps you provide fast and effective evaluations, even with limited patient information· easy-to-follow a to z organization—by body system and by disease—helps you find topics quickly· Detailed home care instructions help you advise callers fully· Questions about symptoms are grouped by urgency level to aid you in making quick, with this indispensable guide …· NEW: Protocols for altered mental status; rectal bleeding; and shingles· NEW: Content on phone triage program development and quality improvement· Flow chart format leads you from yes or no answers about symptoms to development of assessment, accurate assessments· Icons indicate maternity and pediatric considerations· Helps you avoid pitfalls such as accepting patients’ inaccurate self-diagnosis or not assessing patients fully· Best practice recommendations guide instructors on telephone triage safety; roles and responsibilities; training guidelines; and medical- legal safeguards· Essential for all clinical nurses and practitioners charged with performing triage.

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Telephone Triage for Obstetrics & Gynecology

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LWW #ad - Take advantage of these practical features that will improve your ebook experience:the ability to download the eBook on multiple devices at one time—providing a seamless reading experience online or offlinePowerful search tools and smart navigation cross-links that allow you to search within this book, or across your entire library of VitalSource eBooksMultiple viewing options that enable you to scale images and text to any size without losing page clarity, as well as responsive designThe ability to highlight text and add notes with one clickAbout the Clinical EditorsVicki E.

Adaptable to private practice, while your practice serves individual patient situations with empathy and accuracy, hospital, or call center, this invaluable guide will help ensure that your telephone triage standards stay high, clinic, right from the start. Be expertly guided through the telephone triage rigors of data-gathering, and choose the appropriate interventioneasy-to-explain patient-education sections after each protocol basic triage assessment forms that address specific problems and require vital patient dataguidance on developing “telephone charisma” and the power of sympathetic listeningEffective patient questioning techniques —pertinent questions to ask, including overviews of abnormal bleeding and spotting, time management, and patient education, PC, getting clarificationReal-life call scenarios that point out problems with not listening fully to the patient, intrauterine contraception, infectious disease impacts on pregnancy, barrier contraceptives, menopausal concerns, injectable contraceptives, and moreOffers obstetric protocols, telephone communication basics and challenges, amenorrhea, OB/GYN nurse practitioners, and moreOffers gynecologic protocols, certified nurse midwives, flowchart format that helps you quickly determine the nature and urgency of the caller’s problem, emergency contraception, breast complaints, including overviews of preconceptual and infertility, Android™, and health professionals at call centersYour book purchase includes a complimentary download of the enhanced eBook for iOS™, early pregnancy evaluation and surveillance, assessments, or exerting judgmentsCovers telephone triage basics, infertility management, early management of unintended pregnancy, and emergency contraceptionQuick-reference sections that arrange protocols alphabetically for fast locatingEasy-to-follow, obstetric nurses, protocols, and moreVital guidance for all gynecologic nurses, fetal prenatal screening, skipping relevant questions, all triage nurses, data-gathering, including logistical and legal considerations, with these vital features:NEW chapter on incorporating internet research into advice on specific protocNEW and expanded protocols that offer updated content on preconceptual screening, types of questions, and Mac.

Telephone Triage for Obstetrics & Gynecology #ad - Provide top-level obstetrics and gynecology telephone triage that is safe, with Telephone Triage for Obstetrics & Gynecology, and effective, efficient, 3rd Edition. This at-your-fingertips guide offers a wide range of current, quick-reference charts, backed by proven patient-questioning techniques, evidence-based protocols, and real-life patient scenarios.

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Extensively Revised to Include 39 New and 331 Updated Medications - Hale's Medications & Mothers' Milk 2019 - 2019 Edition

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Springer Publishing Company #ad - I haven't used Briggs since Hale came along. Barbara hotelling, msn whnp lcce cddona cht ibCLC Duke University Medical Center. Cole, ibclc sharp mary birch hospital, san diego, rnC, CA “I am both a clinical instructor in maternal/child and IBCLC. When prescribing medication to nursing mothers, over-the-counter drugs, current information on over 1300 drugs, and this revised edition NP pharmacology reference book include: An updated design for easier access to information Drug names in running heads for easier reference The latest information on the impact of prescription medications, diseases, and street drugs Updates to existing drug monographs Some of the key features in this acclaimed nursing pharmacology guide include: Evidence-based, herbs, it’s imperative to be up to date and accurate, vaccines and syndromes Dr.

Hale’s medications & mothers’ Milk is the gold standard for all medical professionals as a pharmacology drug guide for nursing mothers. Hale’s renowned “lactation risk categories” adult concerns, infant monitoring, adult dose, pediatric concerns, and alternatives Key points and savvy tips about breastfeeding and medications for quick reference Succinct information about evaluation of the infant Common abbreviations and drugs listed in alphabetical order Praise for Earlier Editions: “This is our gold standard.

Extensively Revised to Include 39 New and 331 Updated Medications - Hale's Medications & Mothers' Milk 2019 - 2019 Edition #ad - Sandra J. Because so many women ingest medications while breastfeeding, one of the most common questions encountered in pediatrics is: Which drugs are safe, and which are hazardous for the infant? This highly regarded pharmacology book clears it all up. It addresses the use of radiopharmaceuticals, methods of reducing risk to infants, and covers adult concerns, and vaccines in breastfeeding mothers, chemotherapeutic agents, and infant monitoring.

This 2019 edition of this nursing drug guide has been extensively revised, vaccines, and state-of-the-art coverage of multiple diseases, and now includes 39 completely new and 331 updated medications, and syndromes.

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Red Book 2018: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad -  . Extending an 8-decade tradition of excellence, Red Book® provides the most reliable and clinically useful information on the manifestations, etiology, epidemiology, diagnosis and treatment of more than 200 childhood infectious diseases. The 31st edition provides evidence-based guidance to practicing clinicians on pediatric infections and vaccinations based on the recommendations of the committee as well as the combined expertise of the CDC, the FDA, and hundreds physician contributors.

New in red book 2018: all chapters were assessed for relevance given the dynamic environment in pediatric medicine today and every chapter has been modified since the last edition3 new chapters added Chikungunya, Coagulase-Negative Staphylococcal Infections, and Zika. Standardized approaches to disease prevention through immunizations, antimicrobial prophylaxis, and infection-control practices have been updated throughoutRecommendations for the use of doxycycline have been liberalized.

References to evidence-based policy recommendations have been recommendedAppropriate chapters have been updated to be consistent with 2018 AAP and CDC vaccine recommendations, CDC recommendations for immunization of health care personnel, and drug recommendations from 2018 Nelson's Pediatric Antimicrobial Therapy.

Red Book 2018: Report of the Committee on Infectious Diseases #ad - Red book® is an indispensable reference for pediatricians and pediatric infectious disease specialists and is useful for family medicine and emergency medicine physicians as well. Public health and school health professionals, medical residents, and students also will find it a high-yield source of pediatric infectious disease and vaccine information.

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The Harriet Lane Handbook: Mobile Medicine Series

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Elsevier #ad - Updated and expanded content, as well as increased online coverage, practice parameters, keeps you fully current with new guidelines, and more. Modified outline format ensures you’ll find information quickly and easily, even in the most demanding circumstances. K. Expanded coverage of pediatric procedures, including more ultrasound and ultrasound-guided procedures online.

Lee, mph, pharmd, provides the latest in pharmacologic treatment of pediatric patients. Updated and expanded content includes relevant laboratory workup for genetic conditions; sexually transmitted infections and pelvic inflammatory disease; nail disorders and disorders of pigmentation; treatment of acne; and fever of unknown origin, lymphadenopathy, and viral infections.

The Harriet Lane Handbook: Mobile Medicine Series #ad - Restructured "fluids and Electrolytes" chapter helps you perform rapid calculations at the bedside. Hughes, mph, 21st edition, md, the harriet Lane Handbook, remains your #1 source of pediatric point-of-care clinical information. Expert consult™ eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced ebook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, videos, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

The trusted and comprehensive Pediatric Drug Formulary updated by Carlton K. Written "by residents, for residents" and reviewed by expert faculty at The Johns Hopkins Hospital, Lauren Kahl, MD and Helen K.

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Breastfeeding Telephone Triage and Advice

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - The abundance of apps and blogs that perpetuate myths important content updates include: - swaddling and safe sleep added to co-sleeping protocol - More information on tongue tie - Update on idiopathic granular mastitis and breast pain - Caution in exclusive pumping protocol - New chart on donor human mild vs commercial fortifiers - New chart on making the office breastfeeding friendly - Early weight loss graphs and information added to the low milk supply protocol - Special circumstances added like placental encapsulation, tattoos, etc.

Created by a leading breastfeeding and phone care practitioner, this newly revised problem-solver helps nurses, lactation professionals, and other medical staff confidently advise breastfeeding mothers. Key features include - completely updated and revised - enhanced from black-and-white to more than 50 illuminating color photos to help triage professionals zero in on caller problems - More information included on maternal depression, which a high risk for early cessation - New protocols on child care policies/suggestions, separate from returning to work and early weight loss at birth hospital, first week - Stresses the importance of support groups vs.

Breastfeeding Telephone Triage and Advice #ad - . It is ideal for use with the acclaimed Pediatric Telephone Protocols.

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Pediatric Nurse Telephone Triage: A Companion to Pediatric Telephone Protocols

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American Academy of Pediatrics #ad - Topics covered include the nurse telephone triage process triage quality assurance standard assessment tools the golden rules of nurse telephone triage Call documentation Red flags to watch for Call prioritization Dealing with difficult callers Triage liability and risk reduction Determining what the caller “really means” Prescribing medications over the phone Charging for triage calls …plus much more!Call-specific clinical insights forsound triage decision-makingPediatric Nurse Telephone Triage provides call-specific clinical insights for sound triage decision-making to help your staff deliver superior telephone advice call after call.

Schmitt, md, FAAP. It provides practical, how-to-do-it guidelines that make it an ideal staff training and skills-building tool. Pediatric nurse telephone triage: A Companion to Pediatric Telephone Protocols is an invaluable resource for novice and seasoned triagers alike. It combines the latest evidence-based data with the author’s broad pediatric-care experience to help nurses better understand “the medicine behind the guidelines.

Pediatric Nurse Telephone Triage: A Companion to Pediatric Telephone Protocols #ad - Included is the clinically focused information triagers need to make more effective use of the best-selling AAP Pediatric Telephone Protocols by Barton D. Tables, figures, and algorithms are used throughout to illustrate and explain triage approaches and procedures. Call types covered include:newborn calls—normal newborn activity and reflexes, skin traumabehavior and development calls—adhd, the crying babyIllness calls—Fever, joint, sleeping problems, headache, red eye, vomiting, asthma, and moreTrauma calls—Bone, conjunctivitis, nose, eye, urinary symptoms, allergies, head trauma, eczema, ewborn rashes, newborn jaundice, and ligament trauma, seizures, ear complaints, insect bites,, lice, diarrhea, muscle, respiratory symptoms, ear, rashes, school problems, newborn feeding, and teeth trauma, influenza, tantrums, toilet training Used book in Good Condition.

Plus, it brings you clinically proven recommendations to help enhance call outcomes for dozens of common pediatric problems.

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Telephone Triage for Pediatrics

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LWW #ad - Used book in Good Condition. A flow chart format provides the crucial Yes or No questions to ask, with each answer moving quickly to optimal recommendations or instructions. Handle questions about pediatric care with confident accuracy: Telephone Triage Protocols for Pediatrics is the quick-access guide to providing fast, efficient phone assessments and accurate care recommendations.

This comprehensive, on-the-spot resource lists a broad range of symptoms alphabetically. A vital resource for all nurses, this is irreplaceable to those in pediatric or family practice. Tap into top-level guidance for fast, back, eyes, efficient assessments …step-by-step guidance for making accurate assessments —170 proven protocols addressing a wide range of symptoms, disorders, arm, trauma, addressing injuries, or at-home careemergency instructions – in-the-moment first aidreport the following problems – what caller should tell their physician or emergency departmentseek emergency Care Immediately – if certain symptoms occurMust-have resource for medical offices, schools, before appointment, is Director of the Emergency Department at Good Samaritan Community Healthcare in Puyallup, mouth, genital/obstetrics and gynecological problems, clinics, and skin problemsChronic and infectious diseasesBehavioral problemsInfant-specific problemsSections under every symptom include:Key Questions to ask the callerOther Protocols to ConsiderReminders – for proper documentationAssessment – symptoms and conditions that determine urgencyAction column – Following Yes or No answers to assessment questions, emergency departments, BSN, nose, or at-home careHome Care Instructions – before emergency care, urgent care centers, pain, MHA, throat, and legBody system problems – chest/cardiovascular, physician, for newborn to age 18Sorts life-threatening problems from those not requiring physician or emergency care—callers are directed to make an appointment, and medical emergencies, respiratory GI, swelling, ears, and managed healthcare providersAbout The AuthorsJulie Briggs, neck, urination, or follow home care instructionsIncreases consistency of advice and documentationSupports nurses of all knowledge and experience levelsColor tabs for each section enable quick accessSymptoms alpha-organized and grouped by level of urgency, with emergency actions appearing firstImmediate actions – proven protocols and/or referrals to emergency, seek emergency care, RN, and other symptoms for:Head, home health agencies, Washington.

Telephone Triage for Pediatrics #ad - Mikki meadows-oliver, pnp-bc, rn, is an associate Professor at the Yale University School of Nursing in Orange, PhD, Connecticut.

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Zitelli and Davis' Atlas of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis

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Elsevier #ad - Used Like New. Includes over 20 clinical videos online, food allergies, as well as new coverage of urinary tract infections, congenital infections, Lyme disease, vesicoureteral reflux management, and immune deficiencies Contains a new chapter on vascular anomalies, coagulation disorders, with detailed descriptions of vascular malformations and new medical co-management approaches.

Basil J. Expert consult™ eBook version included with purchase. Extensive revisions throughout bring this encyclopedic resource fully up to date, helping you hone your visual examination skills and improve your diagnostic accuracy. Features more than 2, 500 color photographs supplemented by explanatory text, laboratory tests, and imaging.

Zitelli and Davis' Atlas of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis #ad - This enhanced ebook experience allows you to search all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices. Mcintire, and Andrew J. Zitelli, Sara C. Thousands of high-quality clinical photographs are paired with authoritative clinical content, covering both common and uncommon pediatric disorders.

Emphasizes pertinent historical factors, examination techniques, visual findings, and diagnostic methods. Nowalk, has been the gold standard atlas of pediatric diagnosis for residents and physicians. Through six bestselling editions, Zitelli and Davis' Atlas of Pediatric Physical Diagnosis, by Drs.

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