May 19, 2015 · • Prenatal care, FEVER IN NEONATE (< 60 days) REVISED 4/11/2014 Page 2 of 3 Baraff LJ, Bass JW, Fleisher GR, et al. Practice guidelines for the management of infants and children 0 to 36 months of age with fever without source. ... View Full Source
"Molly, with suspected rheumatic fever, is admitted to the pediatric unit. When obtaining the child’s history, the nurse considers which information to be most important? a. A fever that started 3 days ago b. Lack of interest in food c. A recent episode of pharyngitis d. Vomiting for 2 days"
Referral to the public health nurse or home health care agency can help provide continuity of care and continued support. Prevention . Preventive care is extremely important, especially when rheumatic fever has once occurred, since it tends to return unless precautionary steps are taken.
The Series of National Guidelines (SoNG) have been developed in consultation with the Communicable Diseases Network Australia and endorsed by the Australian Health Protection Committee.
The hospital team A paediatrician treats children. A midwife attends births and delivers babies. A radiologist takes x-rays and others images. A scrub nurse supports surgeons in the operating theatre. A pharmacist prepares medicines to give to medical staff or patients.
Fever of unknown origin is not well defined in children and has been historically used to describe a subacute presentation of a single illness of at least 3 weeks duration during which a fever >38.3°C (100.9°F) is present for most days and the diagnosis is unclear after 1 week of intense investigation.
Oct 21, 2010 · When caring for a client with rheumatic fever, the nurse formulates a nursing diagnosis of Activity intolerance related to reduced cardiac reserve and enforced bed rest. Before the nurse can eliminate this nursing diagnosis, the client must meet which outcome measurement criterion?