The leading resource for collaborative, interprofessional critical care of newborns, Merenstein & Gardner’s Handbook of Neonatal Intensive Care, 8th Edition is now available at STAT!Ref. Co-authored by physicians and nurses, it offers concise, comprehensive coverage with a unique multidisciplinary approach and real-world perspective that make it an essential guide for both neonatal nurses and physicians. The 8th edition features the latest neonatal research, evidence, clinical guidelines, and practice recommendations — all in a practical quick-reference format for easy retrieval and review of key information.
- UNIQUE! Multidisciplinary author and contributor team consists of two physicians and two nurses, with each chapter written and reviewed by a physician-nurse team to ensure that information mirrors current, real-world practice in a neonatal intensive care unit.
- Critical Findings boxes and tables outline symptoms and diagnostic findings that require immediate attention, helping you prioritize assessment data and steps in initial care.
- UNIQUE! Clinical content highlighted in color allows you to quickly scan for information that directly affects patient care.
- UNIQUE! Parent Teaching boxes highlight relevant information to share with a patient’s caregivers.
- Clinical images, graphs, and algorithms illustrate clinically relevant concepts in neonatal intensive care.
- Streamlined references include only the most current or classic sources.
Nurses and advanced practice nurses are the major audience, but residents and neonatal fellows could learn a great deal by reading this book carefully. Sections such as those on heat balance and physiological monitoring, which are often taken for granted in well-established intensive care units, are discussed in detail and with a clarity not found in other standard textbooks or handbooks. The editors and their contributors are, for the most part, well-known experts in this field.
“This is a unique neonatology book that bridges the gap between the standard hardcover textbooks and handbooks. The family-centered approach is also compelling. Dr. Merenstein, who passed away several years ago, would be proud to see that his concept of the team approach to neonatal care has been continued in such wonderful fashion.” – Jay Goldsmith, MD (Tulane University School of Medicine) Doody’s Review
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