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Fundamental Nursing Care -With CD

Fundamental Nursing Care -With CD - 2nd edition

ISBN13: 978-0132244329

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ISBN13: 978-0132244329
ISBN10: 0132244322
Cover type: Hardback
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 08
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.
Published: 2008
International: No

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Fundamental Nursing Care -With CD - 2ND 08 edition

ISBN13: 978-0132244329

Roberta Pavy Ramont

ISBN13: 978-0132244329
ISBN10: 0132244322
Cover type: Hardback
Edition/Copyright: 2ND 08
Publisher: Prentice Hall, Inc.

Published: 2008
International: No
Summary

Looking at the practice of nursing from the LPN/LVN point of view, this streamlined but comprehensive book explains to learners what they need to know and do in order to deliver safe and effective nursing care in a variety of settings and functions. It focuses on the information and essential skills that will help ensure clinical and NCLEX-PN test-taking success, as well as addresses the LPN/LVN scope of practice and relationship to the registered nurse. KEY TOPICSA five-part organization covers the nature of nursing, an introduction to clinical practice, the promotion of physiological health, the promotion of psychosocial health, and becoming a licensed nurse. For individuals preparing for a career in nursing.

Table of Contents

Unit I - The Nature of Nursing
Chapter 1 - Succeeding as a Nursing Student
Chapter 2 - Promoting Culturally Proficient Care
Chapter 3 - Legal and Ethical Issues of Nursing
Chapter 4 - Critical Thinking and Nursing Theory/Models
Chapter 5 - The LPN/LVN and the Nursing Process Unit II - Introduction to Clinical Practice
Chapter 6 - Documenting and Reporting
Chapter 7 - Health Care Delivery Systems
Chapter 8 - Safety
Chapter 9 - Infection Control and Asepsis
Chapter 10 - Admission, Transfer, and Discharge Unit III - Promoting Psychosocial Health
Chapter 11 - Life Span Development
Chapter 12 - Client Communication
Chapter 13 - Sensory Perception
Chapter 14 - Self Concept
Chapter 15 - Sexuality
Chapter 16 - Stress and Coping
Chapter 17 - Loss, Grieving, and Death Unit IV - Promoting Physiological Health
Chapter 18 - Introduction to the Body
Chapter 19 - Health Assessment
Chapter 20 - Vital Signs
Chapter 21 - Pain: The Fifth Vital Sign
Chapter 22 - Hygiene
Chapter 23 - Skin, Integrity, and Wound Care
Chapter 24 - Oxygenation
Chapter 25 - Nutrition and Diet Therapy
Chapter 26 - Fluids, Electrolytes, and Acid - Base Balance
Chapter 27 - Urinary Elimination
Chapter 28 - Gastrointestinal Elimination
Chapter 29 - Medications
Chapter 30 - IV Therapy
Chapter 31 - Perioperative Nursing
Chapter 32 - Activity, Rest, and Sleep
Chapter 33 - Client Teaching Unit V - Promoting Health in Alternate Care Settings
Chapter 34 - Emergency Room and Urgent Care Nursing
Chapter 35 - Nursing Care in Ambulatory Settings Unit VI - Becoming a Licensed Nurse
Chapter 36 - Leadership and Professional Development
Chapter 37 - Preparing to take the Licensure Exam
Chapter 38 - Finding that First Job Appendices I.Answers and Hints for Care Plans, Care Maps, and NCLEX-PN reg; Questions II.NANDA-Approved Nursing Diagnoses III.Critical Pathway Sample

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