The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures

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Lister, Justine Hofland, Hayley Grafton
John Wiley & Sons, Jul 7, 2020 - Medical - 1264 pages

Now in its tenth edition, The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures has been the definitive, market-leading guide to clinical nursing skills for over three decades. This internationally best-selling title sets the gold standard for nursing care; providing the procedures, rationale, and guidance required by qualified nurses to deliver clinically effective, patient-focused care with expertise and confidence.

With over two-hundred detailed procedures, this comprehensive manual presents the evidence and underlying theory alongside full-colour illustrations and photographs, and includes coverage of infection prevention and control, perioperative care, wound management, nutrition, diagnostic testing, discharge, medicines management, and much more. Loved and trusted by millions for over thirty years, The Royal Marsden Manual of Clinical Nursing Procedures continues to be a truly indispensable guide for nursing practice.

  • Written by nurses for nurses
  • Empowers nurses to become informed, skilled practitioners
  • Reflects current procedures and changes in modern adult nursing practice
  • All procedures are supported by up to date evidence, including detailed rationales for each step of each procedure
  • Considers the clinical governance around the procedures and nursing practice

NEW to the Tenth Edition:

  • Each chapter is linked to the NMC 2018 ‘Future Nurse: Standards of Proficiency for Registered Nurses’ guidance
  • Includes a brand-new chapter on ‘Self Care and Wellbeing,’ helping nurses to care for themselves emotionally and physically

The Royal Marsden Manual is also available online, fully searchable, and annotatable. www.rmmonline.co.uk

 

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Contents

Communication psychological
5
Evidencebased practice
7
329
11
Admissions and assessment 14
14
Perioperative care
16
Respiratory examination
27
Moving and positioning a patient with neurological
46
Discharge care and planning 45
63
Pain assessment and management
446
Procedure guidelines for Chapter 10
459
Symptom control and care towards the end of life
496
455
534
Respiratory care CPR and blood transfusion
538
Part Three Supporting patients through the diagnostic process
653
Observations
740
490
818

Infection prevention and control
64
Overview
66
Use of alcoholbased handrub
76
Personal protective equipment PPE
87
Donning theatre attire
101
Environmental hygiene and the management
111
Management of soiled linen in the healthcare environment
117
Communication
121
Part Two Supporting patients with human functioning
123
Providing information and making
138
Communicating with people who are worried
146
Denial and collusion
152
Anger aggression and violence
161
Referring on to psychological support services
168
Mental Capacity Act 2005
178
Interface between the Mental Health Act 1983
185
Elimination
194
Procedure guidelines
198
Procedure guidelines for Chapter 4
238
485
275
Moving and positioning
278
Positioning a neurological patient with tonal problems
279
Moving and positioning
282
Moving and positioning a patient with actual
285
Moving a patient from sitting to standing
289
Moving and positioning a patient with respiratory
298
problems in
307
Nutrition and fluid balance
334
31
346
35
354
Patient comfort and supporting personal hygiene
394
Patient comfort and supporting
397
2
403
Nonpharmacological methods of managing pain
429
References
439
Part Four Supporting patients through treatment
819
Selfadministration of medicines
833
Routes of administration
843
Rectal administration
854
Ophthalmic administration
861
Otic administration
867
Intraarterial injections and infusions
878
Intramuscular injections
890
Intravenous injections and infusions
897
Symptom control and care
906
Perioperative care
942
Discharge care and planning
947
46
1007
Websites
1024
insertion and management
1030
1084
1031
Wound management
1130
Part Five Looking after ourselves so we can support patients
1163
Standards of Proficiency for Registered Nurses
1186
Peripheral cannulas
1197
293
1198
Wounds
1206
944
1207
Altered urinary elimination
1208
1145
1214
713
1215
534
1216
Peripherally inserted central catheters
1219
Surgical wounds
1221
529
1223
1099
1225
Suprapubic catheterization
1227
Respiratory therapy
1229
721
1231
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Sara Lister, Head of Pastoral Care, Psychological Support, and PALS, The Royal Marsden Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, UK.

Justine Hofland, Divisional Clinical Nurse Director - Cancer Services, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, UK.

Hayley Grafton, Chief Nursing Information Officer, The Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust, UK.

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