Pearson, 2010 - Medical - 936 pages
The Fifth Edition of High Acuity Nursingdelivers essential understanding of complex patients and instructs both students and nurses on how to provide nursing care in varied clinical settings. Broken down into a series of learner-focused modules, High Acuity Nursing takes complex information and presents it in smaller, more accessible chunks that promote easier mastery by readers.
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