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Nursing the Cardiac Patient

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Published by Wiley-Blackwell in Chichester, West Sussex, UK .
Written in English


The Physical Object
FormatPaperback
Paginationxvii, 260 p.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL25400789M
ISBN 101405184302
ISBN 109781405184304

Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is one of the leading causes of death worldwide and is the leading cause of death in the United States.[1][2] Cardiac rehabilitation, or cardiac rehab, is a complex, interprofessional intervention customized to individual patients with various cardiovascular diseases such as ischemic heart disease, heart failure, and myocardial infarctions, or patients who have. Library of Congress Cataloging-in-Publication Data Nursing the cardiac patient / edited by Melanie Humphreys. p. ; cm. – (Essential clinical skills for nurses) Includes bibliographical references and index.

  Synthesis Science in Healthcare Book Series (Books ) The Joanna Briggs Institute offers this eBook series for individual purchases of $ or books for $ Books will help you understand the JBI model of evidence-based healthcare, appraise qualitative and quantitative research, appraise evidence from intervention and. Description. This book is for nurses and advanced practice nurses working in all types of clinical settings: critical care, telemetry/stepdown units, emergency departments, chest pain centers, cardiac/interventional catheterization laboratories, physician offices, clinics, cardiac rehabilitation, and home health care.

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About this book Nursing the Cardiac Patient is a practical guide that addresses the management of cardiac patients across the spectrum of health care settings. It assists nurses in developing a complete understanding of the current evidence-based practice and principles underlying the care and management of the cardiac patient.

Nursing the Cardiac Patient is a practical guide that addresses the management of cardiac patients across the spectrum of health care settings.

It assists nurses to develop a complete understanding of the current evidence-based practice and principles underlying the care and management of the cardiac patient/5(3). Discover the best Cardiovascular Nursing in Best Sellers.

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Close Menu. About. Categories. Cardiovascular. Nursing the Cardiac Patient. Post author By ; Post date Octo ; GET IT FREE HERE. Nursing the Cardiac Patient is a practical guide that addresses the management of cardiac patients across the spectrum of health care settings.

It assists nurses. Nursing assessment and care is a crucial piece of the overall puzzle that will determine the outcome of the patient.

This book guides you through caring for patients having a heart attack, cardiac cath, and bypass. You will learn about the anatomy of the heart, how to assess a patient having chest pain, and what orders to expect.

Synopsis Care of the Cardiac Patient is an introductory practical guide that addresses the management of cardiac patients both within the community and hospital setting.

It will assist nurses to develop a comprehensive understanding of the current evidence based practice and principles underlying the care and management of the cardiac patient/5(6). Description: Cardiac Nursing is recognized as ""The Red Reference Book"" for nurses caring for patients who have, or are at risk for developing, cardiac diseases.

The book provides both basic and advanced content in evidence-based care and emphasizes health promotion, health maintenance, and disease management. Learning doesn't stop with your nursing degree. We believe that nurses who are lifelong learners deliver better patient care.

That’s why PCNA is committed to providing you with the resources you need to provide evidence-based care in the fast-changing world of cardiovascular nursing. Access on-demand, free, and low cost CEs on the PCNA website.

1. A Nurse’s Guide to Caring for Cardiac Intervention Patients by eileen. Cardiovascular Hemodynamics for the Clinician by George A. Stouffer. Text Book of Cardiac Nursing by Susan L. Woods et al. Basic Electrocardiography - Normal and Abnormal ECG Patterns (Wiley, ) 5. ECG Notes--Interpretation And Management Guide.

• Nursing care of the patient with heart failure is primarily sup-portive and educative, providing the patient and family with the necessary knowledge and resources to manage this chronic condition. Cardiac disorders affect the structure and/or function of the heart.

Cardiac Nursing is recognized as 'The Red Reference Book' for nurses caring for patients who have, or are at risk for developing, cardiac diseases.

The book provides both basic and advanced content in evidence-based care and emphasizes health promotion, health maintenance, and disease management. Nursing documentation, record keepings and written communication. Medical history of patient 44 Surgical safety Check-list 49 Hygiene patient in ward 50 Placing of sterile gloves dressing and sterile gown 62 Preoperative preparation (surgical hygiene and shorn) 67 Preparation of the surgical area 70 Intravascular catheters inserting and nursing.

Review of the Cardiac system for nursing students. Broken down by Anatomy, Physiology, Assessments, Cardiac Patient Care and Cardiac Diseases & Disorders.

Even though I passed my cardiac exams in nursing school, did well on the NCLEX® and landed the job, I still felt very unprepared. While I had some book knowledge, I didn’t have the practical knowledge and experience to safely get through those shifts caring for cardiac patients.

This new edition of the Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing includes expanded information on prevention of cardiovascular disease and heart disease in pregnancy, as well as the latest resuscitation guidelines, protocols, and clinical information. It covers assessment, investigation, treatment, rehabilitation, and pharmacological interventions, and new illustrations and diagrams have.

Complete Nursing Package-2 Year. Brain Sheet Book. Clinical Pocket KAMP Book. 15 Badges. Cracking Code Cardiac Book. Labs you Should Know Book. Color Studysheets Book.

Videos. improve cardiac outcomes with teg. nursing critical care. march volume 1 number 2. pages 18 - any cardiac surgery program seeks to reduce the incidence of transfusion therapy without compromising patient health and safety.

enter thromboelastography (teg), a procedure that decreases blood component transfusions while maintaining patient safety and improving outcomes. I highly recommend this book to any nurse who is interested in cardiovascular nursing, regardless of whether or not you are working towards a certification.

— Amazon Customer — your book is effective at making practical the clinical knowledge base needed for excellent patient care. Cardiac nurses working in a surgical setting will spend lots of time preparing patients for surgery and helping them recover afterwards.

What skills do you need to be a cardiac nurse. We analyzed o cardiac nursing job postings to identify the top skills they look for in a qualified candidate. * As with nearly any nursing job, direct. The book provides a comprehensive overview of cardiac nursing and although at first glance it would appear expensive it is actually the equivalant of 3 or more books.

It is the most up to date reference book for cardiac nurses currently available, written by nurses, for s: 4.patients in the ICU immediately following cardiac surgery. The purpose of this book is twofold.

First, it is designed to prepare the nurse who is first learning to care for patients undergoing car-diac surgery. It addresses significant changes in cardiac surgery and the nursing responsibilities required to meet the needs of these acutely ill.The heart is usually cooled.

The patient is also usually systemically cooled to patient's BP and cardiac output are controlled by by the perfusionist and also the anesthesiologist by means of vasoactive medications and inotropes.