Emergency nursing requires rapid assessment and decision-making. Often nurses are required to make sense of considerable amounts of information and act on it. The Oxford Handbook of Emergency Nursing provides an essential resource when time is short and the need for practical clinical guidance is paramount. This second edition has been fully updated to reflect new guidelines and approaches which have impacted emergency nursing in recent years. This handbook provides clear, focussed information that will aid all areas of patient assessment and management in emergency care. The concise format will enable the reader to quickly locate the information needed and provides alerts regarding critical 'must-dos' for ill adults and children. The skills section provides a quick summary of the many clinical skills needed in emergency care, ideal as an introduction for the uninitiated and as a refresher for skills performed infrequently. Additionally, this second edition has been expanded to cover nursing in major trauma and emergencies in the elderly. This handbook will empower nurses to deliver excellence in emergency care.
Written by practising nurses and subject experts, the Oxford Handbook of Emergency Nursing is a unique and invaluable companion for qualified and student nurses, and to all health care professionals working in the emergency care setting.
`Review from previous edition Newly registered emergency nurses who want to acquire the skills and knowledge needed for effective practice will find this book invaluable.' Emergency Nurse - June 2009`This resource is essential for the emergency nurse clinician... The authors have exceeded their objectives... this is a must-have handbook. It provides a patient-centred, evidence-based resource for even the most experienced emergency-room nurses.' Doody's Notes - June 2009`...there are contributions from a considerable range of specialists from nursing and other professions...the totality of the content appears substantive, holistic, and evidence based...exceedingly interesting and well written, with a clear holistic approach. It will be of great benefit to my emergency care students...recommend immediate purchase' International Emergency Nursing - 2010
1: General principles of emergency nursing 2: First principles 3: Investigations 4: Emergency care of the infant and child 5: Obstetric emergencies 6: Neurological emergencies 7: Respiratory emergencies 8: Cardiovascular emergencies 9: Musculoskeletal injuries 10: Gastrointestinal emergencies 11: Genitourinary emergencies 12: Skin emergencies 13: Ophthalmological emergencies 14: ENT emergencies 15: Major trauma 16: Endocrine and metabolic emergencies 17: Haematological emergencies 18: Overdose and poisoning 19: Mental health emergencies 20: Emergencies in older patients 21: Skills reminder
Series: Oxford Handbooks in Nursing
Number Of Pages: 800
Published: 11th November 2016
Publisher: Oxford University Press
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 18.2 x 10.8
Weight (kg): 0.4
Edition Number: 2
Edition Type: Revised