AORN Perioperative Nursing Video Library: Care of the Pediatric Patient In Surgery: Neonatal Through Adolescence [videorecording]

Type: Visual MaterialSeries: AORN Perioperative Nursing Video Library . Publisher: Cine-Med 2013 . Description: 1 DVD (4 3/4 in.) . Other Title: Care of the Pediatric Patient In Surgery: Neonatal Through Adolescence .Related Subjects: Pediatrics | Surgery Contents: Summary: The purpose of this video is to review pediatric developmental stages, the importance of preoperative assessment in providing safe care, the basic principles of patient centered care and parent present induction, and critical aspects of intraoperative and postoperative care. Upon completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: discuss the importance of pediatric developmental stages, list the essential aspects of the preoperative assessment, identify the basic principles of parent present induction, and relate the critical aspects of postoperative care.Summary: Length: 55:00 mins. DVD with support material
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Summary: The purpose of this video is to review pediatric developmental stages, the importance of preoperative assessment in providing safe care, the basic principles of patient centered care and parent present induction, and critical aspects of intraoperative and postoperative care. Upon completion of this activity, the participant will be able to: discuss the importance of pediatric developmental stages, list the essential aspects of the preoperative assessment, identify the basic principles of parent present induction, and relate the critical aspects of postoperative care.

Length: 55:00 mins. DVD with support material

Audience: Nurses

Video Catalog Number: DVD 20269



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