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Pediatric Nursing Review Questions

            
   
    

Now there are two ways to utilize our Pediatric Nursing Study Questions. Review for free online or use download our new Pediatric Nursing review application for the iPhone.

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Nursing Pediatrics
 

The Pediatric “Nursing in a Flash” module is a tool for nursing students to reinforce learning that takes place in the classroom. The flash cards cover common pediatric conditions, medications and pathophysiology. It is designed to provide review of concepts needed to ace nursing exams.

Questions are grouped into chapters and sub-categories for easy reviewing. Select any sub-category to start your review session. Your performance history and progress will be stored as you go so you can exit any time and pick up right where you left off when you come back. You can review your stats at the sub-category start screen and mastery icons will be added to each question set as you hit review milestones.


 

Cardiovascular System


Childhood Psychiatric Disorders


Pervasive Developmental Disorder


    

This application contains over 1,600 Pediactric Nursing Study Questions. Topics reviewed in this module include:


Topic

Questions

Cardiovascular System

Pediatric Cardiovascular System

195

Endocrine System

Pediatric Endocrine Disorders

24

GI System

Pediatric GI Disorders

201

GU or Renal System

Pediatric Genitourinary Disorders

172

Integumentary Skin

Pediatric Burns

110

Neurological System

Pediatric Neurology

350

Pediatric Nursing

Newborn and Infant Development

167

Preschooler Development

14

Toddler Development

65

Pediatric Psychiatric Nursing

Childhood Psychiatric Disorders

71

Mental Health Assmt Children

39

Respiratory System

Pediatric Respiratory System

225


 

                                                

                                              



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