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Textbook of basic nursing / Caroline Bunker Rosdahl, RN-BC, PHN, ALA, BSN, MA, Staff Nurse, Hennepin County Medical Center (Hennepin Health Systems), Minneapolis, Minnesota, Vice President Emeritus, Nursing and Health Careers, Anoka-Hennepin Technical College, Anoka, Minnesota, Board of Directors, University of Minnesota School of Nursing Alumni Association, Minneapolis, Minnesota, Mary T. Kowalski, RN, BA, BSN, MSN, Professor/Director/Instructor, retired, Vocational Nursing and Health Careers, Cerro Coso Community College, Ridgecrest, California.

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Kirtland Community College Library RT 62 .R67 2017 30775305534282 General Collection Available -

Record details

  • ISBN: 9781469894201
  • ISBN: 1469894203
  • Physical Description: xxv, 1996 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 29 cm
  • Edition: 11th edition.
  • Publisher: Philadelphia : Wolters Kluwer, [2017]

Content descriptions

Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Part A. Foundations of nursing. -- Unit 1. The nature of nursing. -- 1. The origins of nursing. -- 2. Beginning your nursing career. -- 3. The Healthcare delivery system. -- 4. Legal and ethical aspects of nursing. -- Unit 2. Personal and environmental health. -- 5. Basic human needs. -- 6. Health and wellness. -- 7. Community health. -- 8. Transcultural healthcare. -- Unit 3. Development throughout the life cycle. -- 9. The family. -- 10. Infancy and childhood. -- 11. Adolescence. -- 12. Early and middle adulthood. -- 13. Older adulthood and aging. -- 14. The end of life: death, dying, grief, and loss. -- Unit 4. Structure and function. -- Unit 4. Structure and function. -- 15. Organization of the human body. -- 16. The integumentary system. -- 17. Fluid and electrolyte balance. -- 18. The musculoskeletal system. -- 19. The nervous system. -- 20. The endocrine system. -- 21. The sensory system. -- 22. The cardiovascular system. -- 23. The hematologic and lymphatic systems. -- 24. The immune system. -- 25. The respiratory system. -- 26. The digestive system. -- 27. The urinary system. -- 28. The male reproductive system. -- 29. The female reproductive system. -- Unit 5. Nutrition and diet therapy. -- 30. Basic nutrition. -- 31. Transcultural and social aspects of nutrition. -- 32. Diet therapy and special diets. -- Part B. Nursing care skills. -- Unit 6. The nursing process. -- 33. Introduction to the nursing process. -- 34. Nursing assessment. -- 35. Nursing diagnosis and planning. -- 36. Implementing and evaluating care. -- 37. Documenting and reporting. -- Unit 7. Safety in the healthcare facility. -- 38. The healthcare facility environment. -- 39. Emergency preparedness. -- 40. Introduction to microbiology. -- 41. Medical asepsis. -- 42. Infection control. -- 43. Emergency care and first aid. -- Unit 8. Client care. -- 44. Therapeutic communication skills. -- 45. Admission, transfer, and discharge. -- 46. Vital signs. -- 47. Data collection in client care. -- 48. Moving and positioning clients. -- 49. Beds and bed making. -- 50. Personal hygiene. -- 51. Elimination. -- 52. Specimen collection. -- 53. Bandages and binders. -- 54. Heat and cold applications. -- 55. Pain management. -- 56. Preoperative and postoperative care. -- 57. Surgical asepsis. -- 58. Special skin and wound care. -- 59. End-of-life care. -- Unit 9. Pharmacology and administration of medications. -- 60. Review of mathematics. -- 61. Introduction to pharmacology. -- 62. Classification of medications. -- 63. Administration of noninjectable medications. -- 64. Administration of injectable medications. -- Part C. Nursing throughout the life cycle. -- Unit 10. Maternal and newborn nursing. -- 65. Normal pregnancy. -- 66. Normal labor, delivery, and postpartum care. -- 67. Care of the normal newborn. -- 68. High-risk pregnancy and childbirth. -- 69. The high-risk newborn. -- 70. Sexuality, fertility, and sexually transmitted diseases. -- Unit 11. Pediatric nursing. -- 71. Fundamentals of pediatric nursing. -- 72. Care of the infant, toddler or preschooler. -- 73. Care of the school-age child or adolescent. -- 74. The child or adolescent with special needs. -- Unit 12. Adult care nursing. -- 75. Skin disorders. -- 76. Disorders in fluid and electrolyte balance. -- 77. Musculoskeletal disorders. -- 78. Nervous system disorders. -- 79. Endocrine disorders. -- 80. Sensory system disorders. -- 81. Cardiovascular disorders. -- 82. Blood and lymph disorders. -- 83. Cancer. -- 84. Allergic, immune, and autoimmune disorders. -- 85. HIV and AIDS. -- 86. Respiratory disorders. -- 87. Oxygen therapy and respiratory care. -- 88. Digestive disorders. -- 89. Urinary disorders. -- 90. Male reproductive disorders. -- 91. Female reproductive disorders. -- Unit 13. Gerontologic nursing. -- 92. Gerontology: the aging adult. -- 93. Cognitive impairment in the aging adult. -- Unit 14. Mental health nursing. -- 94. Psychiatric nursing. -- 95. Substance use disorders. -- Unit 15: Nursing in a variety of settings. -- 96. Extended care. -- 97. Rehabilitation nursing. -- 98. Home care nursing. -- 99. Ambulatory nursing. -- 100. Hospice nursing. -- Part D. Your Career. -- Unit 16. The transition to practicing nurse. -- 101. From student to graduate nurse. -- 102. Career opportunities and job-seeking skills. -- 103. Advancement and leadership in nursing.
Summary, etc.:
"Fully updated to reflect current medical and nursing practice, this Eleventh Edition of Textbook of Basic Nursing covers Anatomy & Physiology, Fundamentals, Skills, Adult Health, Growth and Development, Mental Health, Maternity and Pediatrics, and Geriatric Considerations." -- Back cover
Subject: Nursing > Practice.
Community health nursing.
Nursing care plans.
Nursing, Practical > methods.
Nursing Care > methods.
Community Health Nursing > methods.

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