PEDIATRIC NURSING

Pediatric nursing, also called pediatric nursing, usually in day clinics or inpatient hospitals, is responsible for maintaining the safety of new-borns and children up to adolescence. They are further divided into direct care, neonatal care, and pediatric emergency care. Certain principles must be followed in order to achieve the goal of promoting children's health.

  • Vaccination and Autism
  • Antibiotic resistance in preschool children
  • Eating Disorders and the Impact of social media
  • Ethics of pediatric medicine
  • Youth health care practice
  • Treatment of speech disorders

 

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