Ready Reference for Critical Care (Nursing) ebook
by Bonnie P. Stewart,Rhonda M. Strawn
Bonnie P. Stewart, Rhonda M. Strawn.
Bonnie P. The integration of information on pathology, drug therapy and interventions provides relevant, readily usable guidelines for planning the care of patients. The most frequently used critical care drugs are listed alphabetically with the generic and trade names for quick reference.
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and experienced critical care nurses. Unique in its design, the first section focuses on knowledge. Providing an easy-to-use reference, Critical Care Nursing outlines best practice for the assessment. Fast Facts for the Critical Care Nurse: Critical Care Nursing in a Nutshell. Intensive and Critical Care Nursing Perspectives - Yimg. 88 MB·6,016 Downloads. The World Federation of Societies of Intensive and Critical Care Medicine ( WFSIC- ods.
This book on the care of premature and immature infants was written as a textbook or reference book for nurses. It is brief and well organized but repetitious. The author defends this point in the preface by explaining that the repetition was "to promote clarity and obtain emphasis. Background: Spiritual care is espoused to be fundamental in children’s nursing; however, the extent to which current fundamental children’s nursing textbooks support and advocate spiritual care delivery by children’s nurses and nursing students is unknown. Aim and objectives: To examine whether or not fundamental undergraduate children’s nursing textbooks include spiritual care content.
This book covers about every major topic/problems that happen with Open Heart Surgery.
This book covers about every major topic/problems that happen with Open Heart Surgery. It's published this year, and the references relating to current practice are current (most citations I saw throughout the chapters dating 2006 to present). This book isn't overwhelming, I was able to get through it in a few weeks. I'm kinda a nerd, but I really didn't feel like I was studying when I was reading this because it was truly so interesting and enjoyable.
Ready Reference for Critical Care by Strawn, Rhonda . Stewart,.
It is published by the American Association of Critical-Care Nurses.