Urological Prostheses, Appliances and Catheters

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John P. Pryor
Springer London, Jan 17, 1992 - Medical - 288 pages
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A further volume in the successful 'Clinical Practice in Urology' series Urological Protheses, Appliances and Catheters, provides for the first time practical information on all those aspects of urology which depend on manufactures articles that are inserted in or attached to patients.

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Contents

R A Miller
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Chapter 3
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Chapter 4
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About the author (1992)

Dr. John P. Pryor, MD is Assistant Professor of Surgery and the Trauma Program Director in the Division of Traumatology and Surgical Critical Care at The University of Pennsylvania.

Michael Dryer PA-C DrPH is Chair of the Department of Medical Science and Community Health at Arcadia University's Physician Assistant Program, which is the second largest PA program in the United States.

Barbara A. Todd, MSN CRNP FAANP is the director of the Non-Physician Practitioners (NPP) at the Hospital University of Pennsylvania and adjunct faculty at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Nursing. She began her nursing career at Case Western Reserve University in surgical nursing. She then began a career as a nurse practitioner in 1984 with her first NP position in cardiac surgery here at the Hospital University of Pennsylvania. She then pursued an administrative and clinical role as the program director for the cardiac and thoracic surgery program at Temple University from 1989 to 2003, where she developed the inpatient NP model. She has lectured extensively on issues in cardiac care and has been course director for many educational programs. She has published numerous articles and authored a certification review book for students preparing for the acute care nurse practitioner exam. She is certified in both family practice and acute care.

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