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Overview

In this essentials version of the bestselling critical care nursing textbook (Thelan's Critical Care Nursing: Diagnosis and Management, 5th Edition), Priorities in Critical Care Nursing, 5th Edition concisely addresses all of the core critical care nursing topics and helps you identify priorities to effectively manage patient care. Priorities in Critical Care Nursing also covers ethical and legal issues, patient and family education, psychosocial alterations, sleep alterations, nutritional alterations, gerontologic considerations, and end-of-life care.

• UNIQUE! Determining your diagnosis priorities is simple with Nursing Diagnosis Priorities boxes accompanying each medical disorder and major medical treatment discussion.
• UNIQUE! Patient Safety Priorities boxes included in each therapeutic management chapter highlight important patient safety considerations.
• Collaborative Management boxes guide you through management of a wide variety of disorders.

• Full-color design and illustrations throughout give you a real-life look at critical care.
• End-of-Life Care chapter discusses advance directives, palliative care, withdrawal of mechanical ventilation, and organ donation.
• Hematologic and Oncologic Issues chapter in the "Multisystem Alterations" unit addresses issues related to immunosuppression oncology and hematologic oncology, including disseminated intravascular coagulation, heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, and tumor lysis syndrome.
• Evidence-Based Collaborative Practice features summarize evidence-based recommendations for a variety of therapies.
• Patient Education features guide you in patient education for disorders including stroke, craniotomy, and Guillain-Barré syndrome.
• Common critical conditions are easily understandable with Concept Maps on conditions including intracranial hypertension, acute respiratory failure, acute gastrointestinal hemorrhage, myocardial infarction, acute respiratory distress syndrome, diabetes mellitus, and septic shock.

The book contains predominantly black-and-white illustrations, with some two-color illustrations.

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Editorial Reviews

Mary R. Perrecone
This book is a general overview of critical care patient assessment and management. This third edition, with previous editions published in 1992 and 1996, has two new chapters -- Pain Management and Nursing Process and Collaborative Care. Additionally, diagnostic tables accompany each diagnostic procedure discussed to summarize the most common diagnostic procedures for that disorder and pertinent nursing care. According to the editors the "emphasis continues to be on priorities for the critical care nurse." Their objectives are not clearly listed. A general objective is to "assist critical care nurses in quickly assessing and intervening in the most efficient and effective manner." It is my opinion that the book is worthy of this objective. The audience includes student nurses, practicing critical care nurses, and educators, according to the editors. According to my judgment, this book is written for senior nursing students and novice critical care nurses. In my opinion, the editors are credible authorities -- the principal editor is a doctorally prepared Associate Professor and her co-editor is a critical care Clinical Nurse Specialist, as well as Adjunct Faculty. The best features include the easy to follow diagrams, tables, and boxed inserts. The nursing diagnosis boxed menus are complete with etiologic factors that accompany each medical disorder and major medical treatment. I would like to see enhancement of the Nursing Process and Collaboration of Care chapter. The collaboration of critical care patients is the most important aspect of nursing assessment and management. The book is useful for the novice nurse and an excellent resource for educators to utilize as asimplified teaching guide. The core systems involved in critical care management are clear, concise, and succinct. In comparison to other critical care books, this paperback would be a wonderful addition for novice nurses to their "recommended" book list.
Angela Bliley
In this second edition, general critical care principles are presented, then sections are organized according to alterations in the major body systems. The pathophysiology, assessment and diagnostic procedures, potential system disorders, medical treatments, and priorities (NANDA diagnoses) for nursing management are described for each body system. The purpose is to provide a resource for critical care nursing that fosters the development of critical thinking skills and decision making by student nurses and critical care nurses. This book is intended for student nurses and clinicians practicing critical care nursing. It would be a useful tool for the beginner and a valuable resource for the clinician. Most chapters are well illustrated, although some are lacking any illustrations. Important features of the book are the numerous tables presented throughout the chapters and the detailed reference lists at the end of each chapter. In addition, to avoid duplication of nursing activities within the chapters, the nursing management plans with the related nursing diagnosis are described in the final section and referenced throughout the chapters. This book is an excellent reference for the practicing critical care nurse and for the student nurse learning critical care nursing. The user can easily and quickly obtain pertinent information when assessing, planning and intervening with critically ill patients. The numerous tables presented throughout the chapters help the reader obtain concise and valuable knowledge. New to this edition are chapters concerning gerontology, burn care, and shock and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, as well as an instructor's resource manual and a series ofcritical care nursing videos. This resource book is appropriate for individuals, nursing libraries, and in-patient nursing units.
From the Publisher
"This text covers theory, practical skills and knowledge of critical care nursing. It is written by experts in the field of critical care nursing and the content has also been reviewed by academic and clinical experts. There are nine units, which cover foundations in critical care nursing and itscommon problems as well as the major body system alterations of the critical care patient. These units are evidence based and appropriately referenced. Also included are two appendices, with one being nursing management plans of care and the other physiological formulas for critical care that are a useful reference aid. There is an index for ease of finding topics of interest. The text is reader friendly, presented in a logical manner and accessible with illustrations and tables...This book would be useful for nurses and other allied health professionals who are new to the critical care environment or student nurse on placement in a critical care environment."

Nursing Times, January 2013

Doody's Review Service
Reviewer: Angela Bliley, MS, RN (Loyola University Niehoff School of Nursing)
Description: In this second edition, general critical care principles are presented, then sections are organized according to alterations in the major body systems. The pathophysiology, assessment and diagnostic procedures, potential system disorders, medical treatments, and priorities (NANDA diagnoses) for nursing management are described for each body system.
Purpose: The purpose is to provide a resource for critical care nursing that fosters the development of critical thinking skills and decision making by student nurses and critical care nurses.
Audience: This book is intended for student nurses and clinicians practicing critical care nursing. It would be a useful tool for the beginner and a valuable resource for the clinician.
Features: Most chapters are well illustrated, although some are lacking any illustrations. Important features of the book are the numerous tables presented throughout the chapters and the detailed reference lists at the end of each chapter. In addition, to avoid duplication of nursing activities within the chapters, the nursing management plans with the related nursing diagnosis are described in the final section and referenced throughout the chapters.
Assessment: This book is an excellent reference for the practicing critical care nurse and for the student nurse learning critical care nursing. The user can easily and quickly obtain pertinent information when assessing, planning and intervening with critically ill patients. The numerous tables presented throughout the chapters help the reader obtain concise and valuable knowledge. New to this edition are chapters concerning gerontology, burn care, and shock and multiple organ dysfunction syndrome, as well as an instructor's resource manual and a series of critical care nursing videos. This resource book is appropriate for individuals, nursing libraries, and in-patient nursing units.

4 Stars! from Doody
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780323052597
  • Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences
  • Publication date: 10/2/2007
  • Edition description: Older Edition
  • Edition number: 5
  • Pages: 672
  • Product dimensions: 8.62 (w) x 10.92 (h) x 0.95 (d)

Table of Contents

Unit One: FOUNDATIONS OF CRITICAL CARE NURSING PRACTICE

1. Caring for the Critically Ill Patient

2. Ethical and Legal Issues

3. Patient and Family Education

Unit Two: COMMON PROBLEMS IN CRITICAL CARE

4. Psychosocial Alterations

5. Sleep Alterations

6. Nutritional Alterations

7. Gerontologic Alterations

8. Pain and Pain Management

9. Sedation, Agitation, and Delirium Management

10. End-of-Life Care

Unit Three: CARDIOVASCULAR ALTERATIONS

11. Cardiovascular Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures

12. Cardiovascular Disorders

13. Cardiovascular Therapeutic Management

Unit Four: PULMONARY ALTERATIONS

14. Pulmonary Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures

15. Pulmonary Disorders

16. Pulmonary Therapeutic Management

Unit Five: NEUROLOGIC ALTERATIONS

17. Neurologic Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures

18. Neurologic Disorders and Therapeutic Management

Unit Six: RENAL ALTERATIONS

19. Renal Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures

20. Renal Disorders and Therapeutic Management

Unit Seven: GASTROINTESTINAL ALTERATIONS

21. Gastrointestinal Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures

22. Gastrointestinal Disorders and Therapeutic Management

Unit Eight: ENDOCRINE ALTERATIONS

23. Endocrine Assessment and Diagnostic Procedures

24. Endocrine Disorders and Therapeutic Management

Unit Nine: MULTISYSTEM ALTERATIONS

25. Trauma

26. Shock and Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome

27. Hematologic and Oncologic Issues

Unit Ten: NURSING MANAGEMENT PLANS OF CARE

APPENDIX

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