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Managing children with raised intracranial pressure resulting from meningitis

Managing children with raised intracranial pressure resulting from meningitis

Managing children with raised intracranial pressure resulting from meningitis

Siba Paul, Joanne Smith, Jessica Green, Adam Smith-Collins and Ravindranath Chinthapalli
Siba Paul, Joanne Smith, Jessica Green, Adam Smith-Collins and Ravindranath Chinthapalli
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

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Oscar Mandizvidza (2 Sep 2021)
very informative
Oyedele Akinwande (31 Aug 2021)
Ok
Raphael Zulu (31 Aug 2021)
the lesson was informative and it's was properly presented easy to understand I enjoyed it the references were on point

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Description

Intracranial pathologies in children need urgent identification and management. This learning module describes intracranial pressure and outlines the features and management of meningitis. It is accompanied by an illustrative case study to give an idea of what nurses might encounter in a child presenting with raised intracranial pressure.

Objectives

After completing this module you should be able to:
Identify the signs and symptoms of raised intracranial pressure.
List the normal ranges of intracranial pressure in children and explain how the body compensates for changes in pressure.
Discuss the risk factors associated with intracranial pathologies in children.
Describe the clinical presentation and management of meningitis.
Siba Paul, Joanne Smith, Jessica Green, Adam Smith-Collins and Ravindranath Chinthapalli

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Siba Paul, Joanne Smith, Jessica Green, Adam Smith-Collins and Ravindranath Chinthapalli
on behalf of Royal College of Nursing

Siba Paul, Specialty trainee year six in paediatrics, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.
Joanne Smith, Head of children’s nursing, Great Western Hospital, Swindon.
Jessica Green, Specialty trainee, year three in paediatrics, Bristol Royal Hospital for Children.
Adam Smith-Collins, Clinical lecturer in neonatal medicine, St Michael’s Hospital, Bristol, and School of Clinical Sciences, University of Bristol.
Ravindranath Chinthapalli, Consultant paediatrician, Great Western Hospital, Swindon.

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Oscar Mandizvidza (2 Sep 2021)
very informative
Oyedele Akinwande (31 Aug 2021)
Ok
Raphael Zulu (31 Aug 2021)
the lesson was informative and it's was properly presented easy to understand I enjoyed it the references were on point

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