|Title||Medical Surgical Nursing||Height||31 mm|
|Author||B. T. Basavanthappa||Width||21 mm|
|Publisher||Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers||Pages||968|
|Edition||Availability||Out Of Stock|
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Medical Surgical Nursing
Author: B. T. Basavanthappa
This book provides a thorough foundation upon which nurses can build their clinical experience to achieve competence. It not only provides information on the actions of drugs on the body but also gives clear guidance on the practical aspects of medicine management in both hospital and community. The management of medicine is linked to their therapeutic use. Provides clear information on basic principles of clinical pharmacology. It is an ideal book for both nursing students and practicing nurses. This textbook will provide a solid theoretical and practical foundation for nursing students especially in the area of chronic illness and disability. It will provide the broad knowledge and skill that helps students to become competent, think critically and possess the sensitivity they need to become caring nurses. The text outlines each of the eleven body systems, as well as concepts relating to the role of the nurse. It fully covers simple anatomy and physiology, common conditions, common treatments and general pharmacology. 1. Brief History of Medicine and Nursing in India, 2. Nursing Process Application, 3. Common Problems of Adult Patient, 4. Human Genetics and Genomic Nursing, 5. Immunological Problems and Nursing, 6. Perioperative Nursing, 7. Critical Care Nursing, 8. Oncological Nursing, 9. Respiratory Nursing, 10. Gastrointestinal Nursing, 11. Hepatobiliary Pancreatic Nursing, 12. Cardiovascular Nursing, 13. Orthopedic Nursing, 14. Neurological Nursing, 15. Hematological Nursing, 16. Endocrinological Nursing, 17. Urological and Renal Nursing, 18. Reproductive Health Nursing, 19. Dermatological Nursing or Integumentary Nursing, 20. Ophthalmic and Otologic Nursing, 21. Organ Transplantation and Nursing, 22. Nursing the Poisoned Client