Lewis s Medical Surgical Nursing - Pdf eBook Download
Poster Not Found

Read Now Download


Title Book: Lewis s Medical Surgical Nursing
Author : Diane Brown
ISBN 10: 0729583937
ISBN 13: 9780729583930
Publisher : Elsevier Health Sciences
Category : Medical / Nursing / Medical & Surgical
Languages : en
Pages : 1896
File Type : PDF EPUB DOCX TEXT
File Size : 49,6 Mb
Total Download : 308
Total Read : 72


Ebook Rating

9.7

  49371 Member Vote

Description :

Perfect for:

  • • Undergraduate Nursing Students
  • • Postgraduate Specialist Nursing Pathways (Advanced Medical Surgical Nursing)
  • • TAFE Bachelor of Nursing Program

Lewis’s Medical–Surgical Nursing: Assessment and Management of Clinical Problems, 4th Edition is the most comprehensive go-to reference for essential information about all aspects of professional nursing care of patients.

Using the nursing process as a framework for practice, the fourth edition has been extensively revised to reflect the rapid changing nature of nursing practice and the increasing focus on key nursing care priorities.

Building on the strengths of the third Australian and New Zealand edition and incorporating relevant global nursing research and practice from the prominent US title Medical–Surgical Nursing, 9Th Edition, Lewis’s Medical–Surgical Nursing, 4th Edition is an essential resource for students seeking to understand the role of the professional nurse in the contemporary health environment.

  • 49 expert contributors from Australia and New Zealand
  • Current research data and Australian and New Zealand statistics
  • Focus on evidence-based practice
  • Review questions and clinical reasoning exercises
  • Evolve Resources for instructor and student, including quick quiz’s, test banks, review questions, image gallery and videos.

• Chapter on current national patient safety and clinical reasoning • Over 80 new and revised case studies • Chapter on rural and remote area nursing • Fully revised chapter on chronic illness and complex care • Chapter on patient safety and clinical reasoning • Greater emphasis on contemporary health issues, such as obesity and emergency and disaster nursing • Australia and New Zealand sociocultural focus