Oxford Handbook of Renal Nursing

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Althea Mahon, Karen Jenkins, Lisa Burnapp
OUP Oxford, Jun 27, 2013 - Medical - 640 pages
Written by educators and renal nurses with extensive experience of clinical practice the Oxford Handbook of Renal Nursing is a concise, current and evidence-based guide to the care of patients with renal disease. This practical and thorough resource ensures that expert and relevant information is always accessible, whatever the circumstances. An indispensable clinical guide this handbook provides a wealth of useful information on the aetiology of kidney disease, and aids with decision-making from initial assessment and diagnosis, through to the available Treatments. Taking a multi professional approach to the care and management of patients with kidney disease, the Oxford Handbook of Renal Nursing is an essential tool for all renal nurses, studying and practising, as well as a valuable resource for all those who work in renal care.
 

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Contents

1 Renal pathophysiology
1
2 Clinical assessment of the chronic kidney disease patient
37
3 Management of hypertension
65
4 Acute kidney injury
97
5 Chronic kidney disease stages 13
123
6 Chronic kidney disease stages 45
141
7 Complications associated with chronic kidney disease
165
8 Chronic kidney disease mineral and bone disorders
185
supply and demand
423
patient choice recipient selection and surgery
445
immunology and immunosuppression
485
16 End of life care in advanced kidney disease
511
17 Living with chronic kidney disease and renal replacement therapy
531
18 Renal pharmacology
565
Nursing admission and discharge
575
Renal pathophysiology
579

9 Nutrition and chronic kidney disease
199
10 Anaemia management
219
11 Peritoneal dialysis
241
12 Haemodialysis
345
Fluid and electrolytes
585
Personcentred education
603
Index
609
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Althea Mahon, Nurse Manager, Royal Perth Hospital, Western Australia, Australia,Karen Jenkins, Consultant Nurse, Kent and Canterbury Hospital, UK,Lisa Burnapp, Consultant Nurse Transplantation, Guy's and St Thomas's Hospital, London, UK

Althea Mahon has worked as a Renal Consultant Nurse in Barts and the London NHS Trust in the UK from 2001 to 2007 and as Nurse manager since 2008 at the Royal Perth Hospital, in Western Australia, after completing her Masters in Nursing at Edith Cowan University in Perth in 2006. She is curently on the editorial board for the Renal Society of Australasia Journal, and has been a longstanding member of the EDTNA/ERCA from 1999-2007, serving on the Executive Committee from 2002-2007, and as President for 2004/2006. She has served on many other planning groups and advisory boards, including the Renal Advisory Group for the Renal NSF (DOH), responsible for national implementation of the National Service Framework for Renal Services, during 2004-2007, and has been involved in many clinical research studies, and many published works as both a contributor and editor.

Karen Jenkins has worked in all aspects of renal nursing during her career. She has been a Consultant Nurse at the Kent Kidney Care Centre since October 2003. Her main interest is in the non dialysis population. Part of her role as a Consultant nurse is to lead on service development and she has been responsible for creating the anaemia, advanced kidney care, and conservative management services. She works closely with colleagues in other disease areas such as diabetes and heart failure, local hospice teams, community nurses and matrons. She is the education lead for the renal department and holds the position of honorary lecturer at University of Kent and Canterbury Christchurch University.

Lisa Burnapp has worked in nephrology and transplantation since she qualified in 1985 and was appointed as a Consultant Nurse in Living Donor Kidney Transplantation at Guy's & St. Thomas' NHS Trust, London, UK, following completion of her MA in Medical Law and Ethics in 2002. She has been involved with the living donor kidney programme at Guy's & St. Thomas' Hospitals since 1995 and retains a clinical attachment there, with a special interest in altruistic kidney donation. Since her appointment in August 2010 with NHS Blood & Transplant (NHSBT) as Lead Nurse for Living Donation, she has led on the development of the NHSBT UK Strategy for Living Donor Kidney Transplantation. She has Co-Chaired the British Transplantation Society (BTS) Living Donor Transplantation Forum since it was established in 2004 and served on the BTS Council from April 2004-2007; participating in the development of national guidelines for living donor kidney transplantation.

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