High Acuity Nursing

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Prentice-Hall, 2001 - Medical - 1042 pages
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A supplement for a variety of junior/senior-level courses in critical care nursing courses and others throughout the nursing curriculum, this text is written by practising nurses in acute care, and should provide students with a basic understanding of complex patients.

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Contents

Caring for the Critically 111 Patient Patient Family and Nursing Considerations
3
Acute Pain in the HighAcuity Patient
29
Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in the HighAcuity Patient
51
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About the author (2001)

PAMELA KIDD is Associate Dean for Research and Graduate Studies in the College of Nursing at Arizona State University. She is the former Director of the KY Injury Prevention and Research Center at the University of Kentucky. Pam is also a Family Nurse Practitioner who works in a mobile health service. A working mother of a 6 year old and a 21 year old, she knows firsthand about stress-related illness and injury prevention across the lifespan!

KATHLEEN WAGNER is a Lecturer in the Undergraduate Program in the College of Nursing at the University of Kentucky. Her background is as a Clinical Nurse Specialist in adult critical care, with over 15 years of experience in diverse critical care and high-acuity settings and 20 years as a nurse educator. As a nurse educator, she teaches patho-physiology and high-acuity nursing. She is also a doctoral student in the College of Education, studying Instructional Systems Design.

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