Delmar's Fundamental & Advanced Nursing Skills

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Delmar, 1999 - Medical - 1416 pages
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This highly illustrated text comprehensively covers over 200 nursing skills. Following the five-step nursing process, it is written in a clear, concise, easy-to-follow format to help promote competence in basic and complex nursing skills. Paying careful attention to gender, culture, and age-sensitive issues, the text includes real world situations in various health care environments to provide students with the clinical experiences they may encounter in their career. This, along with the critical thinking feature, helps students fine-tune their critical thinking skills and apply skill knowledge. Client teaching, documentation, equipment, and common errors are strongly emphasized to alert students to important issues and common pitfalls.(skills, procedures, nursing fundamentals, clinical, practice, medical-surgical, med-surg, techniques)

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Gaylene Altman, RN, Ph.D., is the Director of the Learning Lab at one of the most prestigious nursing schools in the country, the University of Washington. She has more than 25 years of teaching experience and has taught at both undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition, Dr. Altman was one of the pioneers in initiating coronary care units and a mobile coronary care system in the state of Washington during the 1970s.

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