Victora A. Fahey
Saunders, 1999 - Blood-vessels - 488 pages
Updated and revised to keep pace with diagnostic and therapeutic advances, VASCULAR NURSING remains the only book completely devoted to nursing care of patients with peripheral vascular disorders. This well-respected reference provides the thorough understanding of vascular disease and current methods of diagnosis and treatment necessary for the delivery of optimal care.
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