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Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice Third Edition
  • ISBN
    :
    9780826111036
  • Format
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    Hardcover
  • Dil
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    İngilizce
  • Sayfa Sayısı
    :
    736
  • Baskı Tarihi
    :
    2007
  • Baskı Sayısı
    :
    3
  • Yazar
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  • Yayınevi
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  • Teslimat Bilgisi
    :
    1-3 İş Gününde Teslim
 
"As a gerontological clinical educator/research nurse, I will often use this as a reference. The format and the content are good, and the explanations of how to best use the evidence simplify the process of sifting through mountains of information to figure the best practice." Score: 97, 5 stars --Doody's "This third edition holds the promise of bringing yet another level of depth and sophistication to understanding the best practices for assessment, interventions, and anticipated outcomes in our care of older adults . Evidence-Based Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice is intended to bring the most current, evidence-based protocols known to experts in geriatric nursing to the audience of students, both graduate and undergraduate, practitioners at the staff level from novice to expert, clinicians in specialty roles (educators, care managers, and advanced practice nurses), and nursing leaders of all levels .We owe a debt of gratitude to the many authors and the editors for bringing this work to us."--from the preface by Susan Bowar-Ferres, PhD, RN, CNAA-BC, Senior Vice President & Chief Nursing Officer, New York University Hospitals Center "The greatest beneficiaries of these new practice protocols, however, will be the older adults and their family members who stand to benefit from the greater consistency in care and improved outcomes from care based on the best evidence that is tempered with the expertise of advanced clinician-scholars."--from the foreword by Eleanor S. McConnell, RN, PhD, APRN, BC, Associate Professor and Director, Gerontological Nursing Specialty; Clinical Nurse Specialist, Durham Veterans Administration Medical Center; Geriatric Research, Education and Clinical Center This is the third, thoroughly revised and updated edition of the book formerly entitled Geriatric Nursing Protocols for Best Practice. The protocols address key clinical conditions and circumstances likely to be encountered by a hospital nurse caring for older adults. They represent "best practices" for acute care of the elderly as developed by nursing experts around the country as part of the Hartford Foundation's Nurses Improving Care to the Hospitalized Elderly project (NICHE). This third edition includes 17 revised and updated chapters and more than 15 new topics including critical care, diabetes, hydration, oral health care, palliative care, and substance abuse. Each chapter includes educational objectives, assessment of the problem, nursing intervention or care strategies, and references; most chapters have case studies.
About the Editors Contributors Foreword Preface Introduction Dedication and Acknowledgments Developing and Evaluating Clinical Practice Guidelines: A Systematic Approach, Rona F. Levin, Joanne K. Singleton, and Susan Kaplan Jacobs Measuring Performance, Improving Quality, Lenard L. Parisi Assessment of Function, Denise M. Kresevic Assessing Cognitive Function, Tom Braes, Koen Milisen, and Marquis D. Foreman Depression, Lenore H. Kurlowicz and Theresa A. Harvath Dementia, Kathleen Fletcher Delirium: Prevention, Early Recognition, and Treatment, Dorothy F. Tullmann, Lorraine C. Mion, Kathleen Fletcher, and Marquis D. Foreman Family Caregiving, Deborah C. Messecar Preventing Falls in Acute Care, Deanna Gray-Miceli Pain Management, Ann L. Horgas and Saunjoo L. Yoon Iatrogenesis: The Nurse's Role in Preventing Patient Harm, Deborah C. Francis Reducing Adverse Drug Events, DeAnne Zwicker and Terry Fulmer Urinary Incontinence, Annmarie Dowling-Castronovo and Christine Bradway Mealtime Difficulties, Elaine J. Amella Nutrition, Rose Ann DiMaria-Ghalili Managing Oral Hydration, Janet C. Mentes Oral Health Care, Linda J. O'Connor Preventing Pressure Ulcers and Skin Tears, Elizabeth A. Ayello and R. Gary Sibbald Age-Related Changes in Health, Constance M. Smith and Valerie T. Cotter Excessive Sleepiness, Eileen R. Chasens, Laura L. Williams, and Mary Grace Umlauf Sensory Changes, Pamela Z. Cacchione Physical Restraints and Side Rails in Acute and Critical Care Settings: Legal, Ethical, and Practice Issues, Lorraine C. Mion, Barbara L. Halliday, and Satinderpal K. Sandhu Health Care Decision Making, Ethel L. Mitty and Linda Farber Post Advance Directives, Ethel L. Mitty and Gloria Ramsey Comprehensive Assessment and Management of the Critically Ill, Michele C. Balas, Colleen M. Casey, and Mary Beth Happ Fluid Overload: Identifying and Managing Heart Failure Patients at Risk for Hospital Readmission, Jessica Coviello and Deborah A. Chyun Cancer Assessment and Intervention Strategies, Janine Overcash Issues Regarding Sexuality, Jacqueline M. Arena and Meredith Wallace Substance Misuse and Alcohol Use Disorders, Madeline Naegle Appendix Index