Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance
Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance is the perfect companion for study and revision for nursing and healthcare students from the publishers of the market-leading at a Glance series. This easy-to-read, accessible guide brings together all the key principles of caring for patients with medical and surgical needs. Highly visual, each topic is covered in one two-page spread, making it easy to quickly read up on key information and grasp the essentials of the key aspects of caring for the adult patient.
Medical-Surgical Nursing at a Glance is ideal for nursing students looking for a clear and visual summary of care of the adult patient.
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When working in a variety of contexts, for example, a hospital ward, person's own home or general practice, the role and function of the nurse will change in response to the context in which care is being offered.
Other regulatory bodies regulate other professions; for example, the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC) is responsible for regulation of 17 health and care professional groups. Doctors are regulated by the General Medical ...
... Infection – NHS Quality Improvement Scotland Infection Prevention and Control: Minimum Standards – Royal College of Nursing Table 4.2 An example of a Modied Early Warning System (there are various systems available) A score of 0, 1, ...
For example, the Waterlow score is a pressure ulcer risk assessment tool that can be used to alert staff to the need to implement certain actions to prevent a deterioration in the patient's condition. Other examples of risk ...
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Part 2 General care
Part 3 Medical nursing
Part 4 Surgical nursing
Glossary of Terms