PCEP Book III:  Neonatal Care

PCEP Book III: Neonatal Care

  • Author: Sinkin, Robert A; Chisholm, Christian A.; Niermeyer, Susan; Kellams, Ann; Smith, Chad M.; Carmen, Melissa; Swanson, Jonathan; Wilson, Sarah; Clarke, Susan B; Veith, Sharon; O'Brien, Barbara T.; Miller, Sally; Banker, Lorie
  • Publisher: American Academy of Pediatrics
  • Serie: Perinatal Continuing Education Program
  • ISBN: 9781610020565
  • eISBN Pdf: 9781610020572
  • Place of publication:  Illinois , United States
  • Year of publication: 2016
  • Year of digital publication: 2016
  • Month: October
  • Pages: 387
  • Language: English
Time-saving, low-cost solutions for self-paced learning or instructor-led training!
Developed for health care professionals who provide care to pregnant women and newborns, the Perinatal Continuing Education Program (PCEP) is a comprehensive, self-paced education program in four volumes.

Completely updated and revised with leading-edge procedures and techniques, Book III: Neonatal Care, 3rd Edition features 10 units covering information and skills assessment and initial management of frequently encountered neonatal illnesses, plus the comprehensive unit review Is the Baby Sick?, which ties all neonatal therapies and skills together for management of sick and at-risk newborns.

PCEP is a proven educational tool for:
  • Improving perinatal care know-how, policies, practices and procedures
  • Establishing organization-wide care goals and routines
  • Teaching both practical skills and cognitive knowledge
  • Saving time and money -- streamline the learning process
  • Reducing care risks through staff-wide consistency of knowledge and skills competency
  • Encouraging cooperation and communication among diverse staff
  • Simplifying education planning and budgeting
  • Unit 1: Oxygen
  • Unit 2: Respiratory Distress
  • Unit 3: Umbilical Catheters
  • Unit 4: Low Blood Pressure
  • Unit 5: Intravenous Therapy
  • Unit 6: Feeding
  • Unit 7: Hyperbilirubinemia
  • Unit 8: Infections
  • Unit 9: Review: Is the Baby Sick? Identifying and Caring for Sick and At-Risk Babies
  • Unit 10: Preparation for Neonatal Transport
  • Pretest Answer Key


By subscribing, you accept our Privacy Policy