Emergency Nursing Care: Principles and Practice

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Gary Jones, Ruth Endacott, Robert Crouch
Cambridge University Press, 2002 - Medical - 192 pages
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The field of accident and emergency nursing is a fast moving one. This comprehensive textbook is aimed at both the qualified and trainee nurse who has specialised, or is thinking of specialising, in accident and emergency care. The authors and editors are all experienced nurses and nurse-educators who aim to provide easy to read, and easy to find information about procedures, conditions and nursing skills that a newcomer to the field may not be familiar with, or with which he or she has only a superficial knowledge. Throughout the text, much use is made of illustrations, tables and boxes of key information, and a comprehensive list of references is included at the end of each chapter.

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The nature of emergency nursing
Care of the emergency patient frameworks for nursing assessment and management
Emergency care of the child and adolescent
Emergency care of the adult
Emergency care of the older person
Mental health
Major trauma management
Emergency care of the person with minor injury and minor illness
Major disasters and major incidents

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