Nursing Care at the End of Life
Nursing Care at the End of Life, by Ginny Wacker Guido, incorporates many of the chapter features in High Acuity Nursing 5th ed.,by Kathleen Dorman Wagner. Using this format, the author presents material ranging from the legal and ethical aspects that affect care to the clinical issues nurses face when dealing with acute illness, pain and dying, to communication and family dynamics. Case studies give readers an opportunity to process and apply the chapter material. The role of the nurse is highlighted throughout the book and each chapter is followed by NCLEX-style review questions. This is a perfect reference for anyone studying to become a nurse or a nurse needed a professional resource for career success.
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