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Overview

This widely used reference continues to be a reliable guide for both students and nurses involved in constructing individualized patient care plans. It is the first care plan reference to include collaborative interventions. This edition includes three introductory chapters on the nursing process, care planning, and the documentation process; comprehensive guidelines for plans which encompass total patient needs; and 90 tear-out care plans.

The book contains both black-and-white and two-color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Jean O'Neil
This handbook contains a system-organized selection of specific medical or surgical diagnosis-related assessment and care plan illustrations. Assessment is based on the authors' organization of nursing diagnoses as diagnostic divisions. Assessment focuses on nursing diagnosis as problems or needs of the patient, analysis aims for priorities, interventions are independent and collaborative with rationale from multiple disciplines, and desired outcomes/evaluation criteria are stated for each nursing diagnosis in broad terms. ""Clinical Pathways"" are illustrated for some nursing diagnoses and some medical diagnoses. The aim is to give definition and direction to development and use of individualized nursing care plans in multidisciplinary settings of medical/surgical hospital or community care. They express concern for the nurse in a changing healthcare system but propose help in reacting to change not leading as professional nurses with a knowledge base. The authors report designing the book for use in acute medical/surgical settings and community settings of posthospital care. The authors illustrate assessment, care plans, and some clinical pathways for selected medical diagnoses with possible associated nursing diagnoses. They deliberately avoid detail in interventions for the stated purpose of avoiding a procedure book format to allow individualization. They include a disk for electronic care plan making. This book will not meet the needs of the student or practicing nurse for guidance in developing individualized care plans. Efforts to provide rationales from multiple disciplines results in generalized, overly basic content. Inaccuracies regarding pathophysiology to projectedoutcome seem to derive from combining a nursing diagnosis with a medical diagnosis, as exemplified in the use of impaired skin integrity, a nursing diagnosis, for a diabetic with a foot wound. Content also becomes confusing here because some interventions address medical treatment of diabetes. Lack of nursing focus with research-based specific interventions is surprising given information currently available. No nursing research or classic nursing diagnosis references are listed.
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Reviewer: Carole A. Kenner, RNC, DNS, FAAN (University of Oklahoma College of Nursing)
Description: More than a care plan book, this book offers the application of a nursing focus to the planning of healthcare. It stresses the nurse's role as an active coordinator and planner of patient care.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a nursing assessment tool for nurses to use to plan care. Secondarily, it seeks to assist the reader in obtaining competency in assessment skills and application of pathophysiology as related to planning care and setting priorities. The book meets its objectives.
Audience: The audience includes students as well as practicing nurses. Students will use the book to formulate and individualize plans for their patients and families. Practicing nurses will use it as a reference to apply the nursing process.
Features: The first few chapters lay the groundwork for the issues and trends in nursing, application of the nursing process, and critical thinking. This eases students, in particular, into the meat of the book:the application of the nursing process and the planning of care. A systems approach is used, which is appropriate for the purposes of this book. Use of colored textboxes throughout highlight important points. Flow charts and decision trees help with teaching and learning. Inside the front cover is a "Key to Essential Terminology," an excellent feature to help students see the bigger picture of the nursing process. The accompanying CD-ROM for the various specialty areas of nursing adds to the value of this book. The book is clear in its intent to provide guidelines for the nursing process and not to teach procedures.
Assessment: This edition provides up-to-date information with more emphasis on standards of care and documentation. It also stresses the dynamic role that nurses play in planning care today. The inclusion of a true nursing-based assessment tool is a great feature of this edition. Financing of healthcare is addressed in the first chapter, and although it does not develop into a lot of detail, there is enough substance to at least allow students a glimpse of some of the issues that affect care plans today.
Booknews
Doenges, a clinical specialist, Moorhouse, a nurse consultant, and Geissler, a contract practitioner nurse consultant, all working out of Colorado Springs, Colorado, designed this text for both the practicing nurse and nursing student as a reference tool to use in acute care, community and homecare settings. Following introductory chapters on current issues in healthcare and care plan construction, the book is organized by body systems, presenting plans of care including information to assist the nurse in providing holistic care. The enclosed CD-ROM includes sample care plans for 172 disorders which can be customized to fit specific patient needs. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780803604926
  • Publisher: F. A. Davis Company
  • Publication date: 11/28/1999
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 972
  • Product dimensions: 8.72 (w) x 10.83 (h) x 1.51 (d)

Table of Contents

1 Issues and Trends in Medical/Surgical Nursing 1
2 The Nursing Process: Planning Care with Nursing Diagnoses 6
3 Critical Thinking: Adaptation of Theory to Practice 11
4 Cardiovascular 33
Hypertension: Severe 33
Heart Failure: Chronic 47
Angina Pectoris 64
Myocardial Infarction 75
Dysrhythmias (Including Digitalis Toxicity) 90
Cardiac Surgery: Postoperative Care - Coronary Artery Bypass Graft, Cardiomyoplasty, Valve Replacement 102
Thrombophlebitis: Deep Vein Thrombosis (Including Pulmonary Emboli Considerations) 115
5 Respiratory 126
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (CORD) and Asthma 126
Pneumonia: Microbial 140
Lung Cancer: Postoperative Care 154
Hemothorax/Pneumothorax 165
Radical Neck Surgery: Laryngectomy (Postoperative Care) 173
Ventilatory Assistance (Mechanical) 188
Pulmonary Tuberculosis (TB) 204
Respiratory Acid-Base Imbalances 214
Respiratory Acidosis (Primary Carbonic Acid Excess) 214
Respiratory Alkalosis (Primary Carbonic Acid Deficit) 218
6 Neurological/Sensory Disorders 222
Glaucoma
Seizure Disorders 228
Craniocerebral Trauma (Acute Rehabilitative Phase) 238
Cerebrovascular Accident (CVA)/Stroke 257
Herniated Nucleus Pulposus (Ruptured Intervertebral Disc) 275
Disc Surgery 283
Spinal Cord Injury (Acute Rehabilitative Phase) 295
Multiple Sclerosis 315
7 Gastrointestinal Disorders 333
Upper Gastrointestinal/Esophageal Bleeding 333
Subtotal Gastrectomy/Gastric Resection 346
Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Ulcerative Colitis, Regional Enteritis (Crohn's Disease, Ileocolitis) 350
Fecal Diversions: Postoperative Care of Ileostomy and Colostomy 364
Appendectomy 377
Peritonitis 382
Cholecystitis with Cholelithiasis 390
Cholecystectomy 398
8 Metabolic and Endocrine Disorders 403
Anorexia Nervosa/Bulimia Nervosa 403
Eating Disorders: Obesity 421
Obesity: Surgical Interventions (Gastric Partitioning/Gastroplasty, Gastric Bypass) 430
Diabetes Mellitus/Diabetic Ketoacidosis 440
Hyperthyroidism (Thyrotoxicosis, Graves' Disease) 455
Thyroidectomy 467
Hepatitis 473
Cirrhosis of the Liver 484
Pancreatitis 498
Total Nutritional Support: Parenteral/Enteral Feeding 508
Metabolic Acid-Base Imbalances 523
Metabolic Acidosis (Primary Base Bicarbonate [HCO[subscript 3]] Deficiency) 523
Metabolic Alkalosis (Primary Base Bicarbonate Excess) 527
9 Diseases of the Blood/Blood-Forming Organs 531
Anemias (Iron Deficiency, Pernicious, Aplastic, Hemolytic) 531
Sickle Cell Crisis 543
Leukemias 558
Lymphomas 567
10 Renal and Urinary Tract 575
Renal Failure: Acute 575
Renal Failure: Chronic 588
Renal Dialysis 600
Renal Dialysis: Peritoneal 612
Hemodialysis 618
Urinary Diversions/Urostomy (Postoperative Care) 622
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (BPH) 635
Prostatectomy 643
Urolithiasis (Renal Calculi) 652
11 Women's Reproductive 660
Hysterectomy 660
Mastectomy 668
12 Orthopedic 680
Fractures 680
Amputation 697
Total Joint Replacement 707
13 Integumentary 719
Burns: Thermal/Chemical/Electrical (Acute and Convalescent Phases) 719
14 Systemic Infections and Immunological Disorders 741
Sepsis/Septicemia 741
The HIV-Positive Patient 753
AIDS 765
Rheumatoid Arthritis 790
Transplantation (Postoperative and Lifelong) 801
15 General 809
Psychosocial Aspects of Care 809
Surgical Intervention 828
Extended Care 850
Alcohol: Acute Withdrawal 873
Substance Dependence/Abuse Rehabilitation 886
Cancer 900
Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances 926
Bibliography 957
Index of Nursing Diagnoses 967
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