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Nursing interventions & clinical skills / [edited by] Anne Griffin Perry, Patricia A. Potter, Martha Keene Elkin.

Perry, Anne Griffin. (Added Author). Potter, Patricia Ann. (Added Author). Elkin, Martha Keene. (Added Author).
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Location: IAHS STACKS RT41 .E39 2012
Barcode: 30731101098386
Status: Available

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  • ISBN: 9780323069687 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • ISBN: 0323069681 (pbk. : alk. paper)
  • Physical Description: xvii, 755, [37] p. : col. ill. ; 28 cm.
  • Edition: 5th ed.
  • Publisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Mosby, c2012.

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Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Quality And Safety In Nursing Practice: -- Using evidence in nursing practice / Patricia A Potter -- Steps of evidence-based practice -- Evidence in nursing skills -- Communication and collaboration / Jacqueline Raybuck Saleeby -- Skill 2-1: Establishing the nurse-patient relationship -- Skill 2-2: Interviewing -- Skill 2-3: Communicating with anxious, angry, depressed and cognitively impaired patients -- Procedural Guideline: 2-1: Hand-off communications -- Procedural Guideline: 2-2: SBAR communication -- Documentation and informatics / Barbara Maxwell -- Procedural Guideline: 3-1: Documenting nurses' progress notes -- Procedural Guideline: 3-2: Use of electronic health records -- Procedural Guideline: 3-3: Documenting an incident occurrence -- Patient safety and quality improvement / Catherine Limbaugh -- Skill 4-1: Fall prevention -- Skill 4-2: Designing a restraint-free environment -- Skill 4-3: Applying physical restraints -- Skill 4-4: Seizure precautions -- Procedural Guideline: 4-1: Fire, electrical and chemical safety -- Procedural Guideline: 4-2: Conducting a root cause analysis -- Infection control / Ruth Curchoe -- Skill 5-1: Hand hygiene -- Skill 5-2: Applying personal protective equipment -- Skill 5-3: Caring for patients under isolation precautions -- Procedural Guideline: 5-1: Special tuberculosis precautions -- Skill 5-4: Preparing a sterile field -- Skill 5-5: Sterile gloving -- Patient Assessment Skills: -- Vital signs / Susan Jane Fetzer -- Skill 6-1: Measuring body temperature -- Skill 6-2: Assessing apical pulse -- Skill 6-3: Assessing radial pulse -- Procedural Guideline: 6-1: Assessing apical-radial pulse deficit -- Skill 6-4: Assessing respirations -- Skill 6-5: Assessing blood pressure -- Procedural Guideline: 6-2: Assessing blood pressure electronically -- Procedural Guideline: 6-3: Measuring oxygen saturation (pulse oximetry) -- Health assessment / Wendy Ostendorf -- Skill 7-1: General survey -- Procedural Guideline: 7-1: Monitoring intake and output -- Skill 7-2: Assessing the head and neck -- Skill 7-3: Assessing the thorax and lungs -- Skill 7-4: Cardiovascular assessment -- Skill 7-5: Assessing the abdomen -- Skill 7-6: Assessing the genitalia and rectum -- Skill 7-7: Musculoskeletal and neurological assessment -- Specimen collection / Aurelie Chinn -- Skill 8.1: Urine specimen collection-midstream, sterile urinary catheter -- Procedural Guideline: 8-1: Collecting 24-hour timed urine specimens -- Procedural Guideline: 8-2: Urine screening for glucose, ketones, protein, blood and pH -- Skill 8-2: Testing for gastrointestinal alterations-gastroccult test, stool specimen and hemoccult test -- Skill 8-3: Blood glucose monitoring -- Skill 8-4: Collecting blood specimens-venipuncture with syringe, venipuncture with vacutainer and blood cultures -- Skill 8-5: Collecting specimens from the nose and throat -- Skill 8-6: Collecting a sputum specimen -- Skill 8-7: Obtaining wound drainage specimens for culture -- Diagnostic procedures / Anne Griffin Perry -- Skill 9-1: Contrast media studies: Arteriogram (angiogram), cardiac catheterization intravenous pyelogram -- Skill 9-2: Care of patients undergoing aspirations: bone marrow, lumbar puncture, paracentesis, thoracentesis -- Skill 9-3: Care of patients undergoing bronchoscopy -- Skill 9-4: Care of patients undergoing gastrointestinal endoscopy -- Basic Human Needs: -- Promoting hygiene / Terry L Wood -- Skill 10-1: Complete bathing -- Procedural Guideline: 10-1: Perineal care -- Procedural Guideline: 10-2: Use of disposable bag bath -- Procedural Guideline: 10-3: Oral care for the debilitated or unconscious patient -- Procedural Guideline: 10-4: Care of dentures -- Procedural Guideline: 10-5: Hair care-shampooing and shaving -- Procedural Guidelines 10-6: Foot and nail care -- Procedural Guideline: 10-7: Making an occupied bed -- Procedural Guideline: 10-8: Making an unoccupied and surgical bed -- Care of the eye and ear / Anne Griffin Perry -- Skill 11-1: Eye irrigation -- Procedural Guideline: 11-1: Eye care for the comatose patient -- Procedural Guideline: 11-2: Caring for an eye prosthesis -- Skill 11-2: Ear irrigation -- Skill 11-3: Caring for a hearing aid -- Promoting nutrition / Patricia A Potter -- Skill 12-1: Feeding dependent patients -- Skill 12-2: Aspiration precautions -- Skill 12-3: Insertion and removal of a small-bore feeding tube -- Skill 12-4: Verifying feeding tube placement and irrigation -- Skill 12-5: Administering tube feedings via nasogastric, gastrostomy, and jejunostomy tubes -- Procedural Guideline: 12-1: Site care of enteral feeding tubes -- Pain management / Patricia A Potter -- Skill 13-1: Nonpharmacological pain management -- Procedural Guideline: 13-1: Relaxation and guided imagery -- Skill 13-2: Pharmacological pain management -- Skill 13-3: Patient-controlled analgesia -- Skill 13-4: Epidural analgesia -- Skill 13-5: Local anesthetic infusion pump for analgesia -- Promoting oxygenation / Kelly Jo Cone -- Skill 14-1: Oxygen administration -- Skill 14-2: Airway management: noninvasive interventions -- Procedural Guideline: 14-1: Peak expiratory flow rate -- Skill 14-3: Chest physiotherapy -- Skill 14-4: Airway management: suctioning -- Skill 14-5: Airway management: endotracheal tube and tracheostomy care -- Skill 14-6: Managing closed chest drainage systems -- Activity And Mobility: -- Safe patient handling, transfer and positioning / Rita Wunderlich -- Skill 15-1: Transfer techniques -- Procedural Guideline: 15-1: Wheelchair transfer techniques -- Skill 15-2: Moving and positioning patients in bed -- Exercise and mobility / Nancy Laplante -- Procedural Guideline: 16-1: Range of motion -- Skill 16-1: Continuous passive motion machine -- Procedural Guideline: 16-2: Applying elastic stockings and sequential compression device -- Skill 16-2: Assisting with ambulation -- Skill 16-3: Teaching use of canes, crutches and walkers -- Traction, cast care and immobilization devices / Wanda Cleveland Dubuisson -- Skill 17-1: Care of the patient in skin traction -- Skill 17-2: Care of the patient in skeletal traction and pin site care -- Skill 17-3: Care of the patient during cast application -- Procedural Guideline: 17-1: Care of the patient during cast removal -- Skill 17-4: Care of the patient with an immobilization device-brace, splint or sling --
Promoting Elimination: -- Urinary elimination / Donna L Thompson -- Procedural Guideline: 18-1: Assisting with use of a urinal -- Skill 18-1: Applying a condom-type external catheter -- Procedural Guideline: 18-2: Bladder scan -- Skill 18-2: Insertion of a straight or indwelling catheter -- Skill 18-3: Removal of an indwelling catheter -- Procedural Guideline: 18-3: Care of an indwelling catheter -- Skill 18-4: Suprapubic catheter care -- Skill 18-5: Performing catheter irrigation -- Bowel elimination and gastric intubation / Anne Griffin Perry -- Procedural Guideline: 19-1: Providing a bedpan -- Skill 19-1: Removing fecal impaction -- Skill 19-2: Administering an enema -- Skill 19-3: Insertion, maintenance, and removal of a nasogastric tube for gastric decompression -- Ostomy care / Jane Fellows -- Skill 20-1: Pouching a bowel diversion -- Skill 20-2: Pouching an incontinent urostomy -- Skill 20-3: Catheterizing a urinary diversion -- Medication Administration: -- Preparation for safe medication administration / Wendy Ostendorf -- Patient-centered care -- Safety -- Pharmacokinetics -- Drug actions -- Administering medications -- Evidence-based practice trends -- Distribution systems -- Medication administration record -- Six rights of medication administration -- Systems of measurement -- Nursing process -- Patient and family teaching -- Special handling of controlled substances -- Administration of nonparenteral medications / Patricia A Potter -- Skill 22-1: Administering oral medications -- Skill 22-2: Administering medication through a feeding tube -- Skill 22-3: Applying topical medications to the skin -- Skill 22-4: Instilling eye and ear medications -- Skill 22-5: Using metered-dose inhalers -- Procedural Guideline: 22-1: Using a dry powder inhaler (DPI) -- Skill 22-6: Using small-volume nebulizers -- Procedural Guideline: 22-2: Administering vaginal medications -- Procedural Guideline: 22-3: Administering rectal suppositories -- Administration of parenteral medications / Wendy Ostendorf -- Skill 23-1: Preparing injections: vials and ampules -- Procedural Guideline: 23-1: Mixing medications in on syringe -- Skill 23-2: Administering subcutaneous injections -- Skill 23-3: Administering intramuscular injections -- Skill 23-4: Administering intradermal injections -- Skills 23-5: Administering medications by intravenous bolus -- Skill 23-6: Administering intravenous medications by piggyback, intermittent infusion, and mini-infusion pumps -- Skill 23-7: Administering continuous subcutaneous medications -- Dressing And Wound Care: -- Wound care and irrigation / Janice C Colwell -- Procedural Guideline: 24-1: Performing a wound assessment -- Skill 24-1: Wound irrigation -- Skill 24-2: Managing drainage evacuation -- Skill 24-3: Removing sutures and staples -- Skill 24-4: Negative-pressure wound therapy -- Pressure ulcers / Janice C Colwell -- Procedural Guideline: 25-1: Selection of a pressure-reducing support surface -- Skill 25-1: Pressure ulcer risk assessment and prevention strategies -- Skill 25-2: Treatment of pressure ulcers and wound management -- Dressings, bandages and binders / Kim Campbell Oliveri and Patricia A Potter -- Skill 26-1: Applying a gauze dressing (dry and moist-to-dry) -- Skill 26-2: Applying a pressure bandage -- Procedural Guideline: 26-1: Applying a transparent dressing -- Skill 26-3: Applying hydrocolloid, hydrogel, foam, or absorption dressings -- Procedural Guideline: 26-2: Applying gauze and elastic bandages -- Procedural Guideline: 26-3: Applying abdominal and breast binders -- Therapeutic use of heat and cold / Peter R Miller -- Skill 27-1: Moist heat -- Skill 27-2: Dry heat -- Skill 27-3 Cold Applications -- Complex Nursing Interventions: -- Intravenous therapy / Virginia Strootman -- Skill 28-1: Insertion of a peripheral-short intravenous device -- Skill 28-2: Regulating intravenous infusion flow rates -- Skill 28-3: maintenance of intravenous site -- Procedural Guideline: 28-1: Discontinuing peripheral-short intravenous access -- Skill 28-4: Administration of parenteral nutrition -- Skill 28-5: Transfusion of blood products -- Preoperative and postoperative care / Rhonda Yancey -- Skill 29-1: Preoperative assessment -- Skill 29-2: Preoperative teaching -- Skill 29-3: Physical preparation for surgery -- Skill 29-4: Managing the patient receiving moderate sedation -- Skill 29-5: Providing immediate anesthesia recovery in the postanesthesia care unit (PACU) -- Skill 29-6: Providing early postoperative and convalescent phase recovery -- Emergency measures for life support in the hospital setting / Nelda K martin -- Skill 30-1: Inserting a oropharyngeal airway -- Skill 30-2: Using an automated external defibrillator -- Skill 30-3: Code management -- Supportive Nursing Interventions: -- Palliative care / Valerie J Yancey -- Skill 31-1: Supporting patients and families in grief -- Skill 31-2: Care of the dying patient -- Skill 31-3: Care of the body after death -- Home care safety / Nancy Laplante -- Skill 32-1: Home health safety and assessment -- Skill 32-2: Adapting the home setting for clients with cognitive deficits -- Skill 32-3: Medication and medical device safety -- Appendixes: -- A: Answer key to end-of-chapter exercises, A-1 -- B: Abbreviations and equivalents, A-16.
Subject: Nursing.
Clinical competence.
Nursing Process.
Nursing Care > methods.
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