Book Name: Nursing Health Assessment: a best practice approach 3rd Edition
Author: Jensen, Sharon
Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health
File size: 124 Mb
File format: PDF
Nursing Health Assessment: a best practice approach 3rd Edition Pdf Book Description:
Updated to reflect today’s changing health environment, this exceptional, contemporary approach to wellness evaluation guides one progressively through realistic clinical case situations, emphasizing health promotion, risk factor reduction, evidence-based believing, and diagnostic reasoning. Successful strategies help you accommodate techniques and questions to manage communication difficulties, unexpected patient answers, changes in an individual’s condition over time, and much more.
Progressive Case Studies in every chapter assist you capably apply theories to clinical practice through:
Therapeutic Dialogue shows that hone the communication and critical thinking skills necessary for collecting assessment data. Progress Notice segments offering sample SOAP (Subjective info, Objective info, Evaluation, and Strategy ) notes documenting summaries of findings, together with accompanying critical thinking questions.
Documenting Case Study Findings boxes which outline abnormal findings from the physical exam (determined by inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation).
Collaborating Together with the Interprofessional Team shows that attribute SBAR (Situation, Background, Analysis or Assessment, and Tips ) frameworks for efficiently coordinating referrals or other individual advocacy requirements. Clinical Reasoning in Action segments that show how to deliver all of the components of evaluation with each other to ascertain a nursing investigation and relevant objectives, interventions, rationales, and analysis standards. Unfolding case-based vignettes composed by the National League for Nursing place concepts in a realistic context and promote classroom discussion. Concept Mastery Alarms clarify potentially confusing subjects.
Over 70 NANDA-I Diagnoses with official definitions and defining features
Learning Aims concentrate on crucial information and will be able to help you research more efficiently.
Clinical Significance boxes highlight content seriously associated with clinical use.
Security Alert boxes highlight regions of concern or outcomes that need immediate intervention or alterations.
Crucial Points outlined at the conclusion of every chapter reinforce the most essential content in a glance.
Inspection Questions assist you to identify content requiring further inspection.
Tables of Unusual Findings facilitate rapid, effective evaluations.
Accompanying interactive learning tools such as animations and videos, referenced with icons from the text, appeal to a range of learning styles.