Gynaecological Nursing: A Practical Guide available in Hardcover
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- Elsevier Health Sciences
GYNAECOLOGICAL NURSING is a comprehensive practical guide to many women health issues, written by nurses for nurses. This is a concise, clinically focused text on disease and disorders, which are unique to or are more common, in women. Medical technology is moving forward with resulting changes in practice and new techniques. Nurses need to be aware of these changes and advances and maintain our knowledge base. We need to be able to provide sound, accurate and consistent information. To maintain the trust patients have in nurses we must maintain an up to date knowledge and feel confident in this knowledge. Therefore this book provides thorough coverage of the latest medical advances and new techniques but with a sensitive holistic approach based on the requirements of nurses.
• Provides in-depth comprehensive, practical information with a sensitive approach based on requirements of nurses Covers latest medical advances and new techniques
• Practical information on common gynae issues and how they are managed A reliable source for continuing education
• A post basic reference book Places particular emphasis on gynaecological endocrinology and cancer
|Publisher:||Elsevier Health Sciences|
|Edition description:||New Edition|
|Product dimensions:||20.00(w) x 25.00(h) x (d)|
Table of Contents
Anatomy and physiology of the female reproductive system. Disorders of puberty and congenital malformations of the genital tract. Subfertility/fertility. Sexually transmitted diseases. Early pregnancy disorders. Menstrual disorders. Premenstrual syndrome. Polycystic ovarian syndrome. Ovarian cysts. Chlamydia and pelvic inflammatory disease. Endometriosis. Chronic pelvic pain. Cancer of the uterine cervix. Cancer of the ovary. Cancer of the vulva and the vagina. Problems of the lower urogenital tract in the post-reproductive years with associated psychosexual experiences. Uterine displacement/prolapse. Disorders of micturition. The climacteric. Gynaecological surgery.