By Diana Fergusson
Breathing overview -- breathing tracking -- Cardiovascular overview -- Cardiovascular tracking -- Neurological evaluation -- Acute neurological review and tracking -- Gastro-intestinal procedure and stomach -- food -- Fluid and electrolytes -- Head and neck -- Musculoskeletal review -- Temperature tracking -- convenience and hygiene
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Respiratory Care, 47 (6), 707–716. S. (2003) Bates Guide to Physical Examination and History Taking, 8th edn. Lippincott, Williams and Wilkins, Philadelphia, Chapters 6 and 17. , Hochman, M. & Osborne, A. (2005) Oxygen delivery using self-inflating resuscitation bags. Pediatric Critical Care Medicine, 6 (2), 125–128. Chandler, T. (2001) Oxygen administration. Paediatric Nursing, 13 (8), 37–42. Q. A. (2001) Critical Care Nursing of Infants and Children, 2nd edn. B. Saunders, Philadelphia, pp 233–308.
4 kPa • Oxygen carried on Hb: Normal SaO2 values: 95–100% Pulse oximetry has been previously discussed. • Higher than normal PaO2 and SaO2 values usually indicate unnecessarily high levels of oxygen administration and it should be reduced. Oxygen toxicity is a risk for infants (retinopathy of prematurity in pre-term infants) and children (lung fibrosis). 49 3 3 Clinical Assessment and Monitoring in Children • Lower than normal levels usually indicate hypoxaemia (low levels of oxygen in the blood).
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Clinical Assessment and Monitoring in Children (Essential Clinical Skills for Nurses) by Diana Fergusson