Pediatrics Pocketcard Set

The Pediatrics pocketcard Set summarizes information critical to the general pediatrics practice. The cards contain vital information on a variety of topics including developmental assessment, pediatric lab values and vital signs reference ranges, important physiological formulas, nutrition, fluid and electrolyte management, immunization, infectious diseases, and common emergency drugs and doses. Specific topics include:

**APGAR score, developmental milestones, primitive reflexes
**Pediatric lab values: CBCs, ABGs, common serum, urine and CSF tests
**Latest infant formula recommendations from the AAP
**Glasgow coma scale, epilepsy therapy and management
**Infectious disease management including pneumonia, UTI, meningitis
**Emergency drugs and algorithms for seizures, asthma attacks, etc.
**And much more…

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Tags: csf tests, infectious disease management, primitive reflexes, formula recommendations, glasgow coma scale, New Health Ideas

3 comments for “Pediatrics Pocketcard Set

  1. Vidya Pai "Peds resident"
    August 9, 2013 at 3:53 PM

    Very good card This card is a really good resource. I am a pediatric resident and carry this card with me at all times. I find it really useful for quick reference for normal heart rates and blood pressures with age variations and also for milestones. it also has a baby Glasgow coma scale and management of emergencies.Many of my colleagues seing this card with me bought one for themselves.defintiely would recommend it to pediatric residents

  2. Val "PVJ"
    August 9, 2013 at 9:04 PM

    Essential in Clinical Setting I have found the peds pocket cards an essential item in my lab coat. I am a new Family nurse practitioner student with no previous experience in peds as a nurse. This pocket cards have all the info needed in those moments when you need to double check especially the milestones.

  3. Gabriela Batista "Gabi"
    August 9, 2013 at 9:05 PM

    A must have for your peds rotation Its portable, organized in a way you find everything quickly. Its great for having normal values and quick details at hand. I don’t dare leave it for my Pediatrics rotation.

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