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Critical Care Nursing. Learning from Practice

Critical Care Nursing: Learning from Practice takes a unique approach to critical care. Based around case scenarios that have the patient as the central focus, each chapter is constructed around an example of a critically ill patient with specific care needs. The chapters then go on to critically explore the knowledge and skills required to deliver expert care. This book looks at a range of critical care scenarios, including: The patient with acute lung injury The patient with fever The patient with an acute kidney injury The patient with long term needs The patient with increased intra-abdominal pressure The Patient following cardiac surgery Each chapter develops knowledge of the related physiology/pathophysiology, appropriate nursing interventions that are research/evidence based, technical skills, data interpretation and critical appraisal skills, enabling the reader to apply fundamental knowledge to more complex patient problems. Critical Care Nursing: Learning from Practice is an essential resource for practitioners faced with complex and challenging patient cases.

Издательство: "John Wiley&Sons Limited"

ISBN: 9781444393088

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