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Nursing the Acutely Ill Adult

  • Pocket

  • 2016

  • Engelsk

Nurses in all areas of clinical practice must be able to recognise, assess and manage changes to a patient''s condition. With a strong focus on pathophysiology, the comprehensive new edition of this essential textbook retains the case study approach that made the first edition so popular with students and educators alike. Offering further reading resources and definitions of key terms to aid learning it develops nurses'' key skills such as identifying and explaining the pathophysiology of sepsis; recognising and managing hypovolaemic shock; assessment and management of cardiovascular, neurological and traumatic injury; and understanding priorities in initial stroke assessment and management, including nursing care following administration of a thrombolytic drug.Written by contributors from a range of clinical and academic backgrounds, Nursing the Acutely Ill Adult is essential reading for all students within the adult branch of nursing, a comprehensive book guide to understanding the common signs and symptoms related to serious acute illness in adults.New to this Edition:- A chapter on strokes to account for the significant changes that have occurred in the management of the hyper-acute phase of stroke- A chapter on sepsis in response to feedback from students, staff and lead clinicians - Case studies revised to accommodate a wider variety of settings- Covers possible interventions for problems related to diabetes, chronic respiratory disease and renal disease

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