Pediatric nursing is a branch of nursing that focuses on the care of newborns and children up to the age of adolescence. Pediatric nurses devote their expertise and abilities to caring for children and their families from infancy through late adolescence. These specialised nurses typically finish advanced paediatrics training and work closely with physicians and other health care providers who share their passion for children's health. Pediatric nurses can perform physical examinations, collect vital statistics, take blood and urine samples, and order diagnostic tests just like regular nurses. Advanced-practice nurses can analyse test data to generate diagnoses and treatment recommendations. Pediatric nurses spend a substantial lot of time educating parents and other caregivers about how to care for their children and safeguard their health, in addition to caring for patients with injuries and diseases. They create home care plans for families of children with chronic diseases, such as juvenile diabetes or paralysis, to assist them in meeting their child's particular needs. Pediatric nursing includes a lot of prevention and health education.
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