PREHOSPITAL CARE PEDIATRIC EMERGENCIES by James S. Seidel, Deborah Parkman Henderson

By James S. Seidel, Deborah Parkman Henderson

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Toilet training also usually begins at this age, making them even more independent of their caretakers. Their independence and mobility make this an age when injury is common. Parents may feel very responsible (and they may be indirectly or directly responsible) for their child's injury. At this age, the child is better able to accept the absence of a parent if necessary. Keep a "transitional" object such as a toy, teddy bear, or blanket with the child as a reminder of his or her caretakers. Between one and two years of age, children begin to talk and can sometimes answer simple questions about the location of their pain, pointing with their fingers.

Their independence and mobility make this an age when injury is common. Parents may feel very responsible (and they may be indirectly or directly responsible) for their child's injury. At this age, the child is better able to accept the absence of a parent if necessary. Keep a "transitional" object such as a toy, teddy bear, or blanket with the child as a reminder of his or her caretakers. Between one and two years of age, children begin to talk and can sometimes answer simple questions about the location of their pain, pointing with their fingers.

Director, Department of Emergency Medicine Children's Hospital of Northern California Stanley H. D. Director, Pediatric Emergency Medicine Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Professor of Pediatrics University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine Page xiv Sherwin J. D. Chief, Division of Ophthalmology Harbor-UCLA Medical Center Professor of Ophthalmology and Pediatrics University of California, Los Angeles, School of Medicine Jane F. D. D. Assistant Director, Emergency Department Long Beach Memorial Hospital Clinical Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine University of Southern California School of Medicine Roger J.

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