Peds

For me, Pediatrics was waaaay more interesting in theory than in practice….my pediatric clinical rotation was pure torture for me! I once spent 20 minutes trying to get this kid’s blood pressure…ain’t nobody got time for that! Regardless of how I felt about my rotation, my notes were awesome 🙂

Central Nervous System: CNS
Cardiac: Pediatric Cardiac
Child Health Maintenance (vaccines and health promotion): Child Health Maintenance
Circulation Pathway: Circulation
Endocrine System: Endocrine Peds
Fluids and ‘Lytes:Fluids and Electrolytes
GI: Gastro Intestinal
Heme/Onc: Hematology & Oncology
The Hospitalized Child: Hospitalized Child
Immunity: Peds Immune
Meds Commonly Used: Peds Meds
Orthopedics and Trauma Care: Ortho Trauma
Physical Assessment: Physical Assessment
Respiratory Disorders: RespiratoryRespiratory Table

For Pediatric Clinicals, you might find this super easy-to-use brain sheet helpful…it’s for two patients, so if you take more than that you may want to print it double-sided or something fancy like that. Worksheet for 2 patients

24 thoughts on “Peds

    1. Nurse Mo

      I should! I have no idea why they’re not here already…maybe it’s subliminal since I hated that rotation!
      I’ll look into this later this afternoon 🙂

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  1. erinlaurelle

    thank you so much for all your hard work that you’ve clearly a put a lot of your time and effort into! All of this helps out SO much.
    Thank you!!!

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      1. Akintundae

        I would like to thank you for the painstaking work and effort you endured to put this publication together. The information provided is superb. Could you please adjust the notes to be better able to be printed. Though they appear big on the web page, they are really very small when printed. When copied and pasted, the notes are not uniform. So, can you please make some adjustments. Again, my deepest gratitude to you for this publication.

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        1. Nurse Mo Post author

          I’m not sure why you are copy-and-pasting….can you not just print the PDF as is? Let me know because that should work just fine. If you have trouble…please reach out and we’ll figure this out!

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  2. Minnie

    I downloaded the notes that were available. They will be a great help to me. Thank you.
    Getting ready to begin OB and Peds. All information is well appreciated.
    Thank you for all the hard work.

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      That’s great, Minnie! Have fun in your clinical rotations…OB was pretty interesting, but peds was just not my thang!

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  3. Ivette Zoltzman

    Hi Nurse Mo,
    Can’t thank you enough for the tremendous help you are providing for us nurses/students alike. Question, do you have any podcast on anything Peds related? Wondering since I’m a audio learner this would definitely help! Thank you SO much!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      I think there might be ONE episode that’s peds related (and more to come!). I believe it’s one of the PodQuizzes (BONUS!!). You should be able to find it via iTunes, GooglePlay or Stitcher (or search for PodQuiz here on the site…it should come up!).

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  4. Leah Elizabeth Manning

    Just curious if there are any notes for children with neuropsychiatric disorders and other related chronic conditions??

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Hi Leah,
      If you don’t see it posted here then I don’t have it 🙁 Sounds really interesting, though! Maybe check under the Mental Health section? I don’t recall off the top of my head, but you never know!

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  5. Ivette Zoltzman

    Hi. Question regarding peds math?? How did you feel about it. I’m scared having to take my peds math test first day of semester, considering im not good in math to begin with, I dont know how I’ll do. Help!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      Ivette…you are in LUCK! Check out our posts on dosage calculations and you will be FINE! I promise! Just enter the word “dosage” into the search bar (on the right side of the page) and you’ll get all the goodies! Best of luck to you 🙂

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  6. KD

    I know I probably missed it some where but how do you study for PEDS? would you suggest using your notes as a mini guide or just read your guides? Im taking PEDS and Advance Topic together. I’m nervous!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      I would study for peds the same way you study for Adult M/S…it’s actually a really interesting topic! Don’t be nervous…you’ll be just fine! If you’ve read my book, it goes over a study method that worked GREAT for me. If you’re looking to really save time, then you can definitely utilize these notes to supplement your lectures. They are awesome!!! Best of luck to you!!!

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    1. Nurse Mo Post author

      If it’s not here I don’t have it right now…but might in the future! Check out the notes titled The Hospitalized Child…that’s all about the psychosocial stuff 🙂

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