She covers women's health throughout the lifespan, pregnancy, labor and birth, the postpartum period, the newborn, childbearing at risk, and the newborn at risk, omitting the chapters on child health promotion, atraumatic care, child health supervision and assessment, caring for children in diverse settings and special needs children, pediatric nursing interventions, pain management, and management of children's health disorders in this version.
What does AT stand for?
AT stands for Atraumatic (physical exam)
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- Astronomy Tower (fanfiction)
- Asynchronous Terminal
- Asynchronous Transmission
- Atlantic Time
- Atmospheric Transmission
- Atomic Terrorism
- Atomic Time
Samples in periodicals archive:
When access is required to the uterus to investigate pathology via a hysteroscope, cervical dilatation is desirable to allow the atraumatic passage of a 10 mm diameter operating instrument.
Four clinical cases walk through the basic surgical protocols for horizontal ridge and vertical ridge augmentation, reconstruction of bone loss through the sinus cavity, and ultrasonic-assisted atraumatic tooth extraction.
The retractor is engineered to provide 360-degree atraumatic retraction that distributes force evenly to minimize point trauma.
WASHINGTON -- Atraumatic knee pain, especially on the outside of the knee, is a common complaint in primary care offices, and although its mechanisms are poorly understood, the pain is real, even in those lacking clinical symptoms such as redness or swelling.