Wound care nursing: a patient-centred approach

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Baillière Tindall, 1997 - Medical - 235 pages
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This innovative, research-based text offers a holistic view of caring for patients with wounds, as well as a critical review of the management of wounds in both hospital and community settings. The life-cycle approach reflects the context of wound theory, and case studies enable the reader to link theory to practice throughout. Features include a comprehensive glossary of terms and a formulary of wound care products.

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PART ONE ASSESSMENT AND PLANNING
3
Assessing and Planning Individualized Care
29
PART TWO INTERVENTION
47
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