|Rating||:||4.13 (521 Votes)|
|Number of Pages||:||62 Pages|
I qualified in 1998 and since then I have been working in critical care, more specifically in a coronary care unit, cardiac high dependency units, cardiothoracic intensive care units, a paediatric and a general intensive care unit. My online presence includes: eadvancedhealthcare . I have published in both
"Bought for work. Part of a team that train" according to Nora G.. Bought for work. Part of a team that train new grads and prepare them for the realities of floor work.. Four Stars Good choice, not as easy to read due to page layout.. Five Stars Lewis It's simple for review!
Biochemical markers, fluid balance and urinalysis are all discussed thoroughly.. The book makes a thorough assessment of the patient's respiratory system including causes of respiratory compromise. This book is concise and referenced throughout. The book follows a "top to toe" patient assessment method and covers the following headings: Why we assess the patient and factors that affect our assessments; The neurological assessment section of the book covers mental status, cranial nerves and their assessment, motor function, reflexes, sensation, arousal, attention and concentration, memory, language, visual spacial perception, praxis, performing calculations, executive functioning and mood / thought content. Patient assessment is crucial in caring for anyone in a healthcare setting. This book is aimed at nurses (including students), medical students, junior and more senior doctors. Blood results that are specific to the gastrointestinal system are also discussed. The renal assessment includes historical questions to ask. The gastrointestinal system assessment is explored and reference is made to the patients potential gastrointestinal history, symptoms, ausculta
In addition to this I have worked as an educator in all of my places of work. My online presence includes: eadvancedhealthcare . I have taught at major universities in the UK and am providing education to the public for their benefit and also to dispel some of the complexities which are taught in conventional teaching sessions and methods. I believe that many of these things that we learn are made unnecessarily complicated and filled with jargon to confuse both the learner and the educator. About the Author I am a clinical nurse specialist working in a major tertiary referral centre within Australia. I have published in both and also in international professional nursing journals. I ensure that the information I give is put in basic language which everyone can understand in an effort to improve the learners knowledge and patient care.