Pediatric nurses are registered nurses who specialize in providing care to children from birth through adolescence. They work in a variety of settings, including hospitals, clinics, schools, and community health centers. Here are some subdivisions related to pediatric nursing:
Neonatal nursing: This subdivision focuses on providing care to newborn infants, including premature babies and those with congenital abnormalities.
Pediatric oncology nursing: This subdivision involves providing care to children and adolescents with cancer and other blood disorders.
Pediatric critical care nursing: This subdivision focuses on providing care to critically ill children and adolescents who require intensive medical attention.
School nursing: This subdivision involves providing healthcare services to children in a school setting, including administering medications, providing first aid, and promoting healthy behaviors.
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