Bates' Guide To Physical Examination And History Taking For Nurses

55,65 €
Beth Hogan-Quigley, Mary Louise Palm, Lynn Bickey
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
Fecha Publicacion
20 nov. 2011
Description The gold standard in physical assessment has now been adapted exclusively for the needs of the RN-student. Based on the award-winning Bates' Guide to Physical Examination & History Taking, this NEW TEXT combines the renowned features of the class Batesf with an RN-focus. Trusted and time-perfected content including superior assessment techniques, vibrant visuals, and the classic Batesf two-column format delivers assessment information in a comprehensive and student-friendly package. This new, RN-specific text contains some NEW, ADDITIONAL nursing-specific chapters: Introduction to Health Assessment, Cultural and Spiritual Assessment, Nutrition, and Putting It All Together. In addition, structure and function information is streamlined, health history is symptom and interview-focused, nursing documentation examples are included, data analysis is covered in end-of-chapter summary sections, health promotion is streamlined with a focus on follow-up and teaching at the end of the chapters. The text is accompanied by a Lab Manual that incorporates nursing-specific case studies to reinforce content from a nursing perspective. This text can also be packaged with the Bates for Nursing Online course for a complete nursing assessment solution. Features ¡A clear, simple two-column format with examination techniques on the left and abnormalities and interpretations on the right ¡Over 200 new drawings and photographs of abnormalities ¡Provides the best foundation for performing physical examination and taking the patient history ¡Vibrant full-color design with over 1,400 drawings and photographs ¡Includes structure and function ¡Nursing-focused documentation ¡Focus on Patient Teaching ¡Lab Manual includes Nursing-focused case studies ¡Can be packaged with Bates for Nursing Online Table of Contents ¡Unit 1 Foundations ¡Chapter 1 Introduction to Health Assessment ¡Chapter 2 Critical Thinking in Health Assessment ¡Chapter 3 Interviewing and Communication ¡Chapter 4 The Health History ¡Chapter 5 Cultural and Spiritual Assessment ¡Chapter 6 Physical Examination ¡Chapter 7 Beginning the Physical Examination: General Survey, Vital Signs, and Pain ¡Chapter 8 Nutrition ¡Unit 2 Body Systems ¡Chapter 9 Integumentary System ¡Chapter 10 Head and Neck ¡Chapter 11 Eyes ¡Chapter 12 Ears, Nose, Mouth, and Throat ¡Chapter 13 Respiratory System ¡Chapter 14 Cardiovascular System ¡Chapter 15 Peripheral Vascular System ¡Chapter 16 Gastrointestinal and Renal Systems ¡Chapter 17 Breasts and Axillae ¡Chapter 18 Musculoskeletal System ¡Chapter 19 Mental Status ¡Chapter 20 Nervous System ¡Chapter 21 Reproductive Systems ¡Chapter 22 Putting It All Together ¡Unit 3 Special Lifespan Considerations ¡Chapter 23 Assessing Children ¡Chapter 24 Assessing Older Adults Authors Beth Hogan-Quigley MSN, RN, CRNP Family and Community Health Department, University of Pennsylvania School of Nursing, Philadelphia, PA Mary L Palm MS, RN Associate Clinical Professor, University of Rhode Island College of Nursing, Kingston, RI Lynn S Bickley MD Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of New Mexico, Albuquerque, NM
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