Adult Nursing: A Nursing Process Approach

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Mosby, 1995 - Medical - 1072 pages
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ADULT NURSING encompasses the nursing care of adults who are at risk or who are experiencing pathological disorders. This comprehensive medical-surgical textbook covers the core curriculum for students on the adult branch of diploma and degree courses in nursing. It covers the full range of specialties as well as providing a foundation of common problems encountered in medical-surgical nursing such as pain and bereavement.

Transparency Acetates (6854); Computerized Test Bank (IBM 3.5 07418 and IBM 5.25 06860); Transparency Acetates (06854); Student Learning Guide (07417); Text and Student Learning Guide Package (07416) and section). UK contributors: Christine Brooker, BSc, RGN, RM, RNT, Valerie El Gamel, DN(e), RGN, Dip Counselling, Dip Prof Studies in Nursing, with Prakash Gotecha, BSc, MR Pharm

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Dr. Warren MacEvoy has a Ph.D. in Applied Mathematics, is a professor of Computer Science, and enjoys Colorado as the home base for his adventures in this world. This story was inspired by a trip to the zoo in Portland, Oregon.

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