Wound Care Nursing: A Patient-centred Approach

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Baillière Tindall, Jan 1, 1997 - Nursing - 235 pages
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Assuming little or no specialist knowledge of wound care, it introduces the reader to a nursing framework for wound care which focusses on the patient and their nusing care, rather than simply the wound. Both students and practising nurses in hospitals and the community, will find this book an informative textbook and a stimulating reference for critical evaluation of practice. For wound care specialists, it will provide an invaluable resource for teaching and preceptorship.

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