Pediatric Critical Care.


Pediatric Critical Care.

The Journal of  Intensive and Critical Care Nursing aims to disseminate knowledge and promote discussion through the publication of peer-reviewed, high quality research papers on all topics related to Critical Care Nursing. Critical Care Nursing is an important part of Nursing with a focus of complete care of the patients.

The journal scope encompasses several important topics including Intensive Care Unit, Veterinary Emergency and Critical Care, Neuro Intensive Care, Inflavonoid Intensive Care, Pediatric Intensive Care, Surgical Critical Care, Pediatric Emergency Care, Pulmonary Critical care, Critical Care Paramedic, Intensive and Critical Care Medicine, Anaesthesia and Intensive Care.

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Pediatric critical care specialists treat children from birth through the teen years. They choose to make caring for children who are very sick the core of their medical practice. Their advanced training and experience prepare them to give children in PICUs the unique medical care that they need

What types of treatments do pediatric critical care specialists provide?

Pediatric critical care specialists generally provide the following care to children who are critically ill:Diagnosis of children who have an unstable, life-threatening condition Thorough monitoring, medication, and treatment of children in a PICU Supervision of children on ventilators.Medical treatment for children with severe heart and lung disease. Placement of special catheters in the blood vessels and heart.Management of medications and treatments for children with brain trauma

A child who is critically ill or injured often needs to be sent immediately to the proper hospital. Your pediatrician will know the hospitals that have pediatric critical care specialists near you. Children in rural areas in need of critical care are transferred from a community hospital emergency department to a center with a PICU, if needed.

Children are not just small adults. They cannot always say what is bothering them. Sometimes they cannot answer medical questions. They are not always able to be patient and cooperative.Pediatric critical care specialists know how to examine and treat children in ways that put them at ease. In addition, pediatric critical care specialists use medical equipment that is designed just for children. Most PICUs are arranged and decorated for children.If your pediatrician suggests that your child receive care from a pediatric critical care specialist, you can be assured that your child will receive the best possible medical care.A pediatric critical care specialist offers a wide range of treatment options, along with great skill in dealing with children who are critically ill or injured.

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zeo kemp

Journal co-ordinator

Journal of  Intensive and Critical Care Nursing