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ISBN: 9780729597128
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Evolve resources for Critical Care Nursing, 4th Edition

by Leanne Aitken, RN, PhD, BHSc(Nurs)Hons, GCertMgt, GDipScMed(ClinEpi), FACCCN, FACN, FAAN, Life Member – ACCCN, Andrea Marshall, RN, PhD, MN(Research), BN, Grad Cert Ed Studies (Higher Ed), IC Cert , FACCCN, FACN, Life Member – ACCCN and Wendy Chaboyer, RN, PhD, MN, BSc(Nu)Hons, Crit Care Cert, FACCCN, Life Member – ACCCN

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  • Section 1 - Scope of critical care: 1. Scope of critical care practice 2. Systems and resources 3. Quality and safety 4. Ethical issues in critical care

    Section 2 - Principles and practice of critical care: 5. Essential nursing care of the critically ill patient 6. Patient comfort and psychological care 7. Family and cultural care of the critically ill patient 8. Recovery and rehabilitation 9. Cardiovascular assessment and monitoring 10. Cardiovascular alterations and management 11. Cardiac rhythm assessment and management 12. Cardiac surgery and transplantation 13. Respiratory assessment and monitoring 14. Respiratory alterations and management 15. Ventilation and oxygenation management 16. Neurological assessment and monitoring 17. Neurological alterations and management 18. Support of renal function 19. Nutrition assessment and therapeutic management 20. Gastrointestinal, metabolic and liver alterations 21. Pathophysiology and management of shock 22. Multiple organ dysfunction syndrome

    Section 3 - Speciality practice: 23. Emergency presentations 24. Trauma management 25. Resuscitation 26. Postanaesthesia recovery 27. Paediatric considerations in critical care 28. Pregnancy and postpartum considerations 29. Organ donation

  • Leanne Aitken, RN, PhD, BHSc(Nurs)Hons, GCertMgt, GDipScMed(ClinEpi), FACCCN, FACN, FAAN, Life Member – ACCCN, Professor of Critical Care Nursing, School of Nursing & Midwifery & NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Nursing (NCREN), Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University; Intensive Care Unit, Princess Alexandra Hospital; Professor of Nursing, School of Health Sciences, City University London, UK, Andrea Marshall, RN, PhD, MN(Research), BN, Grad Cert Ed Studies (Higher Ed), IC Cert , FACCCN, FACN, Life Member – ACCCN, Professor of Acute and Complex Care Nursing, School of Nursing & Midwifery & NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Nursing (NCREN)
    Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University
    Intensive Care Unit, Gold Coast Hospital and Health Service and Wendy Chaboyer, RN, PhD, MN, BSc(Nu)Hons, Crit Care Cert, FACCCN, Life Member – ACCCN, Professor & Director NHMRC Centre of Research Excellence in Nursing (NCREN), Menzies Health Institute Queensland, Griffith University; Professor, Institute of Health and Care Sciences, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
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