High Acuity Nursing
A supplement for a variety of junior/senior-level courses in Critical Care or Advanced Med-Surg Nursing courses and others throughout the nursing curriculum.
Written by practicing nurses in acute care, this text provides students with a basic understanding of complex patients and the ability to provide nursing care across a variety of settings by using a series of reality-based, self-paced, self-contained modules that focus on multiple system problems frequently encountered in working with high acuity patients. Using a "nuts and bolts" approach, it addresses essentials by using examples, analogies, and metaphors; focuses on concepts and principles that can be applied across practice settings and patient populations; and includes nursing diagnoses. The modules progress from simple to complex and contain pretests and posttests with answers, learning objectives, glossary, abbreviations, and review questions and answers.
79 pages matching decreased in this book
Results 1-3 of 79
What people are saying - Write a review
Caring for the Critically 111 Patient Patient Family and Nursing Considerations
Acute Pain in the HighAcuity Patient
Fluid and Electrolyte Balance in the HighAcuity Patient
29 other sections not shown