Cardiac Nursing

This edition has seven brand-new chapters on inflammation, atherosclerosis, genetics, heart rate variability, complementary and alternative medicine, disease management models, and nuclear and other scans.

Author: Susan L. Woods

Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

ISBN: 078174718X

Category: Medical

Page: 1030

View: 181

Download →

Now thoroughly updated with current, evidence-based material, Cardiac Nursing is recognized as "The Red Reference Book" for nurses caring for patients who have, or are at risk for developing, cardiac diseases. Organized within the framework of the nursing process, this comprehensive clinical reference provides complete information on the assessment, pathophysiology, management, and prevention of heart diseases and details the rationale and evidence for interventions. This edition has seven brand-new chapters on inflammation, atherosclerosis, genetics, heart rate variability, complementary and alternative medicine, disease management models, and nuclear and other scans. Boxes of evidence-based content have been added within chapters where appropriate.
Posted in:

Cardiac Nursing

This book is the third in a series of companion texts for Braunwald's Heart Disease and the first specifically for nurses.

Author: Debra K. Moser

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781416029342

Category: Medical

Page: 1418

View: 120

Download →

Emphasises both evidence based practice and hands on care. Makes the material easily accessible by using clear language, and plenty of illustrations.
Posted in:

Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing

This handbook provides a systematic account of the main areas of cardiac nursing including assessment, investigation, treatment, rehabilitation, and pharmacological interventions.

Author: Kate Olson

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 9780199651344

Category: Medical

Page: 396

View: 420

Download →

This handbook provides a systematic account of the main areas of cardiac nursing including assessment, investigation, treatment, rehabilitation, and pharmacological interventions. Cardiac nurses in all settings will find this a practical and evidence-based summary of the relevant issues related to the appropriate care of their patients.
Posted in:

Cardiac Nursing

Contributions come from clinical experts across the sub-specialties, and the book is richly illustrated including a colour plate section. Content completely revised and updated including the latest evidence base and clinical guidelines.

Author: Richard Hatchett

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822037158706

Category: Medical

Page: 663

View: 114

Download →

This title is directed primarily towards health care professionals outside of the United States. It is a comprehensive reference text which covers all areas of cardiac care that nurses need to know about. As well as the clinical conditions and syndromes, it covers health promotion and rehabilitation. Nursing care in relation to a variety of specific conditions is discussed together with current changes and management in cardiac care provision. Contributions come from clinical experts across the sub-specialties, and the book is richly illustrated including a colour plate section. Content completely revised and updated including the latest evidence base and clinical guidelines. Three new chapters on: hypertension, physiological assessment and palliative care. Additional material on Evolve including heart sounds for clinical assessment and useful web links.
Posted in:

Cardiovascular Nursing Secrets

Part of the Nursing Secrets Series, Cardiovascular Nursing Secrets is designed to be helpful for both new and experienced nurses in the cardiovascular field.

Author: Leslie Davis (MSN.)

Publisher: Mosby

ISBN: IND:30000094832577

Category: Medical

Page: 535

View: 662

Download →

Part of the Nursing Secrets Series, Cardiovascular Nursing Secrets is designed to be helpful for both new and experienced nurses in the cardiovascular field. New graduates, novice nurses, or those nurses returning to work in the cardiovascular field will find the book especially helpful in learning the "pearls" or "secrets" of practice. Written in a question & answer format. Section I: Assessment provides a guide to assessment skills, such as history taking and conducting a focused cardiovascular physical exam. Includes common questions that new or experienced nurses may have about history taking and completing a physical exam in a timely manner. "Pearls" of the trade are included regarding heart auscultation. Other aspects of physical assessment, such as hemodynamic monitoring (both invasive and non-invasive) are also included. Section II: Diagnostic Procedures discusses the various types of diagnostic studies that are pertinent to the CV patient population, indications for each, and includes tips on result interpretation. Patient preparation instruction and tips for patient education for each procedure are also addressed. Section III: Symptoms and Disease States includes a discussion on common etiologies of the symptoms or disease states, differential diagnoses, the most common treatments and introduces any controversies therein. Section IV: Therapeutic Options covers some of the major categories of treatment options for CV patients. Includes patient preparation and education tips. Section V: Cardiovascular Pharmacology covers some of the major categories of pharmacological treatment options for CV patients, including indications for use, potential side effects, patient education, and any current controversies in the field of each treatment option. Section VI: Cardiovascular Risk Reduction covers areas of cardiovascular risk reduction that nurses commonly address when conducting assessments, educating for primary/secondary prevention of CV events, and completing patient discharge planning. Common strategies and "pearls" of the trade are given to optimize patient adherence. Section VII: Special Patient Populations covers selected special patient populations that are commonly seen in practice. The unique characteristics of each sub-population in the relationship to CV disease are also briefly reviewed. Includes common questions asked by new and experienced nurses. Section VIII: Current Topics in Cardiology covers issues of family presence during invasive or resuscitative procedures, end of life patient care and genetics as they relate to the cardiovascular patient. Uses an effective 2-color format to provide answers to the most commonly asked questions regarding cardiovascular nursing. Lists 75 "Top Secrets" of cardiovascular nursing in the front matter for quick reference. Features Key Points boxes to emphasize the most important material in the chapter. Provides Internet Resources in each chapter for further studying and reference. Includes a special populations section that covers cardiovascular disease and its effect on the health of women, the elderly, diverse cultures, and those with diabetes. Includes a section on current topics at the end of the book, which includes chapters on family presence during resuscitation, end of life care, and genetics. Designed for both new and experienced nurses in the cardiovascular nursing field.
Posted in:

Advanced Cardiac Nursing

Author: American College of Cardiology

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015072221578

Category: Cardiovascular disease nursing

Page: 213

View: 994

Download →

Posted in:

Cardiac Nursing E Book

The book is also intended to serve as a textbook for graduate students in critical
care nursing, cardiac nursing, and Cardiac Nurse Practitioner or Clinical Nurse
Specialist programs. This book is intended to be a resource that allows nurses ...

Author: Debra K. Moser

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781437735598

Category: Medical

Page: 1440

View: 896

Download →

Cardiac Nursing: A Companion to Braunwald's Heart Disease is the only comprehensive text available for cardiac nurses. This brand-new reference emphasizes both evidence-based practice and hands-on care in a high-tech, high-touch approach that meets the high-stakes needs of cardiac and critical care nurses. What's more, the book makes the material easily accessible by using clear language, straightforward text, and plenty of illustrations, lists, and tables. This book is the third in a series of companion texts for Braunwald's Heart Disease and the first specifically for nurses. Authored by the widely published, well-known co-editors of The Journal of Cardiovascular Nursing--two leaders in cardiac nursing. Endorsed by the authors of Braunwald's Heart Disease, including Eugene Braunwald, the physician considered by many to be the "father of modern cardiology." Evidence-based Practice boxes highlight research-supported advances in knowledge and care practices. Conundrum boxes helps readers hone their critical thinking skills by tackling tough questions for which there may be no easy answers. Technology boxes keeps readers up to date with the latest technological advances. Genetics boxes helps readers understand connections between genes and heart disease. Pharmacology tables present important drug-related information at a glance. A guide to cardiac abbreviations and acronyms gives nurses quick access to essential information.
Posted in:

Cardiac Nursing

Presented in this outstanding, comprehensive reference is state-of-the-art coverage of new technology, therapy, and nursing practice for key areas of cardiac nursing.

Author: Sue Wingate

Publisher: Aspen Pub

ISBN: UOM:39015019673451

Category: Business & Economics

Page: 295

View: 592

Download →

Presented in this outstanding, comprehensive reference is state-of-the-art coverage of new technology, therapy, and nursing practice for key areas of cardiac nursing. Topics include common cardiovascular problems, care plans, and clinical guidelines. Nursing diagnosis and intervention is integrated into the clinical framework, with emphasis on daily care planning and practical guidelines for nursing care. Addresses the total nursing process including discharge planning and quality assurance.
Posted in:

Cardiovascular Nursing 2Nd Edition

FIRST EDITION ' Cardiovascular disease is the number - one health problem in
developing nations . As a result , the scope of the subspeciality of cardiac nursing
has widened ; it is now even greater than the scope of general medical nursing .

Author: Lucita

Publisher: Elsevier India

ISBN: 8131211274

Category:

Page: 291

View: 592

Download →

Posted in:

Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing

This handbook provides a systematic account of the main areas of cardiac nursing including assessment, investigation, treatment, rehabilitation, and pharmacological interventions.

Author: Karen Rawlings-Anderson

Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA

ISBN: UCLA:L0098158207

Category: Medical

Page: 484

View: 274

Download →

This handbook provides a systematic account of the main areas of cardiac nursing including assessment, investigation, treatment, rehabilitation, and pharmacological interventions. Cardiac nurses in all settings will find this a practical and evidence-based summary of the relevant issues.
Posted in: