Workbook for Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing

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Workbook for Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing, 11e is the perfect companion to the textbook. It allows the student to review and apply essential content to help retain the knowledge gained from the textbook. Each chapter of the workbook is divided into three sections: Assessing Your Understanding, Applying Your Knowledge, and Getting Ready for NCLEX. New to this edition, is the inclusion of a case study in each unit with related critical thinking questions designed to help students understand and apply...
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Overview


Workbook for Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing, 11e is the perfect companion to the textbook. It allows the student to review and apply essential content to help retain the knowledge gained from the textbook. Each chapter of the workbook is divided into three sections: Assessing Your Understanding, Applying Your Knowledge, and Getting Ready for NCLEX. New to this edition, is the inclusion of a case study in each unit with related critical thinking questions designed to help students understand and apply information to a real client situation.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781451187229
  • Publisher: Lippincott Williams & Wilkins
  • Publication date: 10/15/2013
  • Edition description: Eleventh
  • Edition number: 11
  • Pages: 400
  • Sales rank: 352,707
  • Product dimensions: 8.30 (w) x 10.80 (h) x 1.10 (d)

Table of Contents

UNIT 1

Nursing Roles and Responsibilities                                                                     

1          Concepts and Trends in Healthcare 

2          Settings and Models for Nursing Care 

3          The Nursing Process 

4          Interviewing and Physical Assessment   

5          Legal and Ethical Issues 

6          Leadership Roles and Management Functions 

UNIT 2

Client Care Concerns                                                                                          

7          Nurse–Client Relationships          

8          Cultural Care Considerations 

9          Complementary and Alternative Therapies 

10        End-of-Life Care 

UNIT 3

Foundations of Medical-Surgical Nursing                                                           

11        Pain Management 

12        Infection

13        Intravenous Therapy

14        Perioperative Care

15        Disaster Situations

UNIT 4

Caring for Clients with Multisystem Disorders                                                   

16        Caring for Clients with Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid–Base Imbalances 

17        Caring for Clients in Shock

18        Caring for Clients with Cancer

UNIT 5

Caring for Clients with Respiratory Disorders                                                   

19        Introduction to the Respiratory System

20        Caring for Clients with Upper Respiratory Disorders

21        Caring for Clients with Lower Respiratory Disorders

UNIT 6

Caring for Clients with Cardiovascular Disorders                                              

22        Introduction to the Cardiovascular System

23        Caring for Clients with Infectious and Inflammatory Disorders of the Heart and Blood Vessels

24        Caring for Clients with Valvular Disorders of the Heart

25        Caring for Clients with Disorders of Coronary and Peripheral Blood Vessels

26        Caring for Clients with Cardiac Dysrhythmias

27        Caring for Clients with Hypertension

28        Caring for Clients with Heart Failure

29        Caring for Clients Undergoing Cardiovascular Surgery

UNIT 7

Caring for Clients with Hematopoietic and Lymphatic Disorders                      

30        Introduction to the Hematopoietic and Lymphatic Systems

31        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Hematopoietic System

32        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Lymphatic System

UNIT 8

Caring for Clients with Immune Disorders                                                         

33        Introduction to the Immune System

34        Caring for Clients with Immune-Mediated Disorders

35        Caring for Clients with HIV/AIDS

UNIT 9

Caring for Clients with Neurologic Disorders                                                     

36        Introduction to the Nervous System

37        Caring for Clients with Central and Peripheral Nervous System Disorders

38        Caring for Clients with Cerebrovascular Disorders

39        Caring for Clients with Head and Spinal Cord Trauma

40        Caring for Clients with Neurologic Deficits

UNIT 10

Caring for Clients with Sensory Disorders                                                         

41        Introduction to the Sensory System

42        Caring for Clients with Eye Disorders

43        Caring for Clients with Ear Disorders

UNIT 11

Caring for Clients with Gastrointestinal Disorders                                             

44        Introduction to the Gastrointestinal System and Accessory Structures

45        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Upper Gastrointestinal Tract

46        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Lower Gastrointestinal Tract

47        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Liver, Gallbladder, or Pancreas

48        Caring for Clients with Ostomies

UNIT 12

Caring for Clients with Endocrine Disorders                                                      

49        Introduction to the Endocrine System

50        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Endocrine System

51        Caring for Clients with Diabetes Mellitus

UNIT 13

Caring for Clients with Breast and Reproductive Disorders                               

52        Introduction to the Reproductive System

53        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Female Reproductive System

54        Caring for Clients with Breast Disorders

55        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Male Reproductive System

56        Caring for Clients with Sexually Transmitted Infections

UNIT 14

Caring for Clients with Urinary and Renal Disorders                                         

57        Introduction to the Urinary System

58        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Kidneys and Ureters

59        Caring for Clients with Disorders of the Bladder and Urethra

UNIT 15

Caring for Clients with Musculoskeletal Disorders                                             

60        Introduction to the Musculoskeletal System

61        Caring for Clients Requiring Orthopedic Treatment

62        Caring for Clients with Traumatic Musculoskeletal Injuries

63        Caring for Clients with Orthopedic and Connective Tissue Disorders

 

UNIT 16

Caring for Clients with Integumentary Disorders                                               

64        Introduction to the Integumentary System

65        Caring for Clients with Skin, Hair, and Nail Disorders

66        Caring for Clients with Burns

UNIT 17

Caring for Clients with Psychobiologic Disorders                                              

67        Interaction of Body and Mind

68        Caring for Clients with Anxiety Disorders

69        Caring for Clients with Mood Disorders

70        Caring for Clients with Eating Disorders

71        Caring for Clients with Chemical Dependence

72        Caring for Clients with Dementia and Thought Disorders

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