Dr Latimer had already started to put each of the children into a medically induced coma, and he told them that so far the propofol seemed to be taking effect, and that none of the comatose children had stirred.
Author: Graham Masterton
Publisher: Head of Zeus Ltd
Forsake the living. Forget the dead. Fear the children... The brand new chilling page-turner from the master of horror A TERRIFYING BIRTH A young woman is rushed to the hospital with stabbing pains in her stomach. The chief surgeon delivers a living child with the face of an angel and the body of a tentacled monster. The doctors are unanimous that the baby must die. AN ESCAPE FROM THE DARK Engineer Gemma is plunged into darkness in a tunnel beneath London. Before she escapes, a strange green light illuminates a cluster of ghostly figures. Gemma is certain they were children. A SUPERNATURAL THREAT DC Jerry Pardoe and DS Jamila Patel, of Tooting Police, have investigated the occult before – but nothing as strange and horrible as what they must confront in the city sewers. Down here in the dark, where the dead come back to life, witchcraft is the only force strong enough to save you...
Head injuries can range from a temporary unconsciousness that resolves quickly to children who may remain in a comatose state for a prolonged time . Nursing management of the comatose child is similar to nursing care of the comatose ...
Author: Terri Kyle
Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
"Essentials of Pediatric Nursing is intended for Pediatric Nursing courses with an integrated pediatric curriculum. It provides a unique concept-based approach and nursing process focus, that helps students go from concept to application by building on previously mastered knowledge from other courses. Organized into four logical units, Kyle: Essentials of Pediatric Nursing covers a broad scope of topics with an emphasis on common issues and pediatric-specific information. In addition, it has a variety of learning features to ensure student retention, such as, Healthy People 2010 boxes, Threaded Case Studies and Comparison Charts highlighting common diseases. Plus, it includes a BONUS CD-ROM and companion website that provide numerous resources for both students and instructors, including video clips of each developmental stage and care of the hospitalized child!
Nurses might think it's an extra chore to put a child with cerebral palsy into his wheelchair so that he can ... of the energy continuum (hyperactive and comatose), kids stuck in isolation, kids with no family around, terrified kids, ...
Author: Kathy Lorenzato
Publisher: Jessica Kingsley Publishers
'This book teaches, provides painful insight, and creates awareness and empathy for the patients, families, and caregivers who are living and working every day within a framework of tragedy. This book is also great entertainment. You will laugh and cry, sometimes simultaneously, throughout your reading.' - From the Foreword by Kay Roskam, Board Certified Music Therapist Filling a Need While Making Some Noise is an inspiring and engaging nuts-and-bolts guide for music therapists who are interested in working in pediatrics. Kathy Lorenzato paints a vivid picture of what it's like to work, as a member of support staff in a teaching hospital, with children and families who are facing tremendous health challenges, and for whom music therapy is part of their treatment or recovery plan. She explains the beneficial effects of music therapy on children with physical or mental illness and offers many helpful suggestions and background information on practicing music therapy in a hospital environment, the kinds of instruments to use and how to work successfully with medical staff and how music therapists can help their patients' families to cope with the hospital experience. Lorenzato also describes the therapy programs she designed to complement the treatment of and recovery from specific medical conditions she has encountered, from cancer to trauma caused by child abuse. This book will be an invaluable resource for music therapists, both newly qualified and experienced, members of the medical and childcare professions and students in these fields.
Weak kids 71 Feeding by stomach tube Attempting to bottle feed a weak or comatose kid may lead to regurgitation and inhalation pneumonia. Any kids that are not sucking well should be fed by stomach tube using a lamb stomach tube and ...
Author: John G. Matthews
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Diseases of the Goat, 4th Edition, is a revised and updated edition of the popular tool for veterinarians featuring of all aspects of goat medicine—from initial assessment and examination to diagnosis, treatment, and control of conditions. This highly practical, concise handbook is designed for frequent reference, and is suitable for all those treating and keeping goats. Provides information on to predators, euthanasia, post-mortem technique, and fracture repair Includes expanded coverage of a number of topics to appeal to a wider and more international audience especially in relation to poisonous plants Incorporates the impact of new developments in goat diseases, such as the geographical spread of exotic diseases into new regions
comatose children in the classroom being battered with literacy; they study them at play, at home watching television or in groups on the streets and in shops. They have talked to kids about why they like playing Nintendoor trading ...
Author: Claudia Mitchell
Category: Social Science
The place of childhood in popular culture is one that invites new readings both on childhood itself, but also on approaches to studying childhood. Discussing different methods of researching children's popular culture, they argue that the interplay of the age of the players, the status of their popular culture, the transience of the objects, and indeed the ephemerality - and long lastingness - of childhood, all contribute to what could be regarded as a particularized space for childhood studies - and one that challenges many of the conventions of "doing research" involving children.
For example , they may get the crayons and paper so that the sick child can draw and color a picture . ... Q : In your experience , when a terminally ill child ( or adult ) is in a comatose state , are they able to hear what goes on in ...
Reading aloud to comatose kids is not one of my favorite things to do . Nor is holding throw - up buckets for them while they vigorously toss the minuscule amounts in their stomachs for the fiftieth time that day or that hour .
Author: Teri Hein
Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
Category: Biography & Autobiography
Recounts the author's childhood during the 1950s and 1960s as the granddaughter of German Lutheran homesteaders in rural Washington, during which she experienced farm life and Cold-War patriotism while her community was unwittingly threatened by the Hanford Nuclear Reservation. Reprint.
These researchers don't bother to observe comatose children in the classroom being battered with literacy ; they study them at play , at home watching television or in groups on the streets and in shops . They have talked to kids about ...
Author: Stephen Kline
Category: Social Science
This timely and innovative book provides a detailed history of marketing to children, revealing the strategies that shape the design of toys and have a powerful impact on the way children play. Stephen Kline looks at the history and development of children's play culture and toys from the teddy bear and Lego to the Barbie doll, Care Bears and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. He profiles the rise of children's mass media - books, comics, film and television - and that of the specially stores such as Toys 'R' Us, revealing how the opportunity to reach large audiences of children through television was a pivotal point in developing new approaches to advertising. Contemporary youngsters, he shows, are catapulted into a fantastic and chaotic time-space continuum of action toys thanks to the merchandisers' interest in animated television. Kline looks at the imagery and appeal of the toy commercials and at how they provide a host of stereotyped figures around which children can organize their imaginative experience. He shows how the deregulation of advertising in the United States in the 1980s has led directly to the development of the new marketing strategies which use television series to saturate the market with promotional "character toys". Finally, in a powerful re-examination of the debates about the cultural effects of television, Out of the Garden asks whether we should allow our children's play culture to be primarily defined and created by marketing strategies, pointing to the unintended consequences of a situation in which images of real children have all but been eliminated from narratives about the young.
The comatose kids are bored stiff . . . until they hear footsteps on the roof, a chain saw start up, and the deafening noise of the chain saw cutting into the roof of their classroom. Roof tiles start falling. Kids scatter and dust ...
Author: Ray Johnston
This funny, yet extremely practical book offers up 50 creative thoughts, tips, and ideas for teaching Sunday school at any age level in any church.