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Examination of the Newborn: An Evidence-Based Guide (Paperback)
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A practical, evidence-based guide for students and practitioners to undertake safe and effective neonatal examination Revised and updated throughout in line with current national and Nursing and Midwifery Council guidelines Full colour photographs and illustrations, as well as clinical case studies at the end of each chapter to help guide and illustrate good practice A new companion website (available at: www.wiley.com/go/lomax/newborn ) contains a wealth of information on all aspects of examining the newborn, including safeguarding, early warning systems, and tongue tie, as well as interactive multiple choice questions, and links to videos

Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
ISBN: 9781118913192
Number of pages: 266
Weight: 528 g
Dimensions: 241 x 172 x 12 mm
Edition: 2nd Edition


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"The approach of clearly describing the development processes of the Heart and Lungs and Transition to Extrauterine Life followed by the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Assessment is excellent and really enhances knowledge and understanding ... The book is very well illustrated with tables, graphs, photographs and competencies." (Nursing Times.net, 12 December 2011)

""Ideal for any student or qualified midwife/nurse irrespective of branch interested in working in the neonatal field."" "3rd year child nursing student, University of Salford"

""I like this book. I like the appearance and it is a good size that doesn't put you off by being too wordy and medical. It uses clear professional language that is easy to follow and understand and information is easy to find if you just want to dip in and out. There are helpful diagrams and images used to support the text and references are current and relevant."" 3rd year midwife student, Keele University


"This is an excellent resource that would not be out of place on the shelf of any neonatal or midwifery unit. It is thoroughly enjoyable." "(""Nursing Children and Young People," 1 September 2012) "The approach of clearly describing the development processes of the Heart and Lungs and Transition to Extrauterine Life followed by the Cardiovascular and Respiratory Assessment is excellent and really enhances knowledge and understanding ... The book is very well illustrated with tables, graphs, photographs and competencies." (Nursing Times.net, 12 December 2011)

""Ideal for any student or qualified midwife/nurse irrespective of branch interested in working in the neonatal field."" "3rd year child nursing student, University of Salford"

""I like this book. I like the appearance and it is a good size that doesn't put you off by being too wordy and medical. It uses clear professional language that is easy to follow and understand and information is easy to find if you just want to dip in and out. There are helpful diagrams and images used to support the text and references are current and relevant."" 3rd year midwife student, Keele University

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“Essential reading”

This book is essential reading for any practitioner who is involved in examination of the newborn. Consistency in the way practitioners undertake newborn examinations is crucial in order to influence positive outcomes... More

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