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SLEEP MANAGEMENT IN NURSING PRACTICE covers a relatively new area of medicine. This text provides a comprehensive, research-based analysis of sleep and the problems associated with it (pathological and environmental), and discussion of nursing management of these problems. Each of the chapters is preceded by 3-5 intended learning outcomes, to encourage study. The authors are well-known researchers and authors on the subject.
The book contains black-and-white illustrations.
Introductory Quiz · Why Nurses Should Know About Sleep · Understanding How Sleep Works · Causes of Disturbed Sleep · Promoting Patients' Sleep in Hospital · Promoting Patients' Sleep in the Community · Non-Pharmacological Methods of Promoting Sleep · Hypnotic and Other Drugs Affecting Sleep · Sleep, Age, and Gender · Sleep Management