AbstractAll of us have special ways for helping our patients through their toughest medical ordeals. We know from trial and error that some things we do invariably comfort patients. But a child, frightened by the prospect of traction and corrective surgery for scoliosis, can put these nursing skills to their severest test. Our author, who's had her ingenuity tested on many children, presents her time-proven techniques.
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