The book Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance is written by Professor Ian Peate. Summary of Medical-Surgical Nursing is the ideal review and consolidation book for graduate nurses and other healthcare workers. The text breaks down complex aspects of medical and surgical care in an accessible and engaging way in the context of an ever-changing environment.
According to the Author: There have been and will continue to be many changes that will impact the care that nurses provide to patients in medical and surgical care settings. The key trends that may emerge over the next ten years are related to the socioeconomic and political environments, the health and care sectors, health and social care regulation, the nursing, and midwifery sectors, as well as education and provision of training for nurses and health care personnel. assistants These changes will affect the way nurses deliver care in various health and social care settings. Rapid technological progress has the potential to alter the dynamic between nurse and patient. Telehealth is increasingly being used to deliver medical care in conjunction with the implementation of electronic patient records.
|Book Name||Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance|
|Author of Book||Professor Ian Peate|
Overview of Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance
Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance is the perfect companion for study and review by nursing and health care students from the publishers of the market-leading at-a-glance series. This accessible and easy-to-read guide brings together all the key principles of caring for patients with medical and surgical needs. Highly visual, each topic is covered on a single two-page spread, making it easy to quickly read key information and understand the essentials of key aspects of adult patient care.
- A clear and accessible foundation of the need-to-know aspects of medicine and surgery for nurses.
- It takes a systems approach that explores nursing care for key medical and surgical conditions and disorders.
- Covers evaluation, nutrition, pain, and infection control.
- Supported by a companion website with over 300 interactive multiple-choice questions.
- Provides the necessary information in a quick reference format.
- Written from a UK perspective, with application to clinical practice.
Topics of this Edition
Part 1 Nursing practice
Part 2 General care
Part 3 Medical nursing
- Part 4 Surgical Nursing
About the Author
Ian Peate is Professor of Nursing and Director of the Gibraltar School of Health Studies.