Critical care nursing
This popular book includes coverage of cardiac rhythms, cardiac transplantation, pacemakers, organ donation, GI surgery, pain management, ventricular assist devices, transportation, oncologic emergencies, and pediatric care. Also features expansive coverage of respiratory support, infection control, CHF, intra-aortic balloon pumping, shock, and the psychosocial impact of critical illness. This book provides the information required by the critical care nurse in a quick reference, outline format.
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