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Pierson and Fairchild's principles & techniques of patient care / Sheryl L. Fairchild.

Fairchild, Sheryl L. (Author). Pierson, Frank M. Principles & techniques of patient care. (Added Author).
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Location: IAHS STACKS RT42 .P48 2013
Barcode: 30731101224909
Status: Available

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  • ISBN: 9781455707041
  • ISBN: 145570704X
  • Physical Description: xiv, 400 pages : illustrations (chiefly color) ; 28 cm
  • Edition: 5th ed.
  • Publisher: St. Louis, Mo. : Elsevier, ©2013.

Content descriptions

General Note:
Revised edition of: Principles & techniques of patient care / Frank M. Pierson, Sheryl L. Fairchild.
Bibliography, etc. Note:
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Formatted Contents Note:
Machine generated contents note: ch. 1 Preparation for Patient Care Activities -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Interprofessional Collaboration -- Professional Collaboration -- Orientation -- Awareness of Cultural Diversity -- Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act -- Advance Health Care Directives -- Informed Consent -- Principles of Documentation -- Problem-Oriented Medical Record Description -- Principles of Patient Management -- Differential Diagnosis -- Components of Differential Diagnosis -- Evidence-Based Practice -- Principles of Patient Examination and Evaluation -- Patient and Family Education -- Communication -- Communicating with a Person with an Impairment -- Safety Considerations -- Hospital Emergency Codes -- Medical Errors -- Joint Commission Standards -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 2 Approaches to Infection Control -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Principles and Concepts -- Microorganisms and the Infection Cycle -- Aseptic Technique -- Infection Control -- Hand Hygiene -- Isolation Precautions -- Sterile Field -- Protective Garments -- Gloves -- Gowns -- Masks -- Protective Eyewear -- Application of Protective Garments -- Removal of Contaminated Protective Garments -- Disposal of Instruments and Clothing -- Sterilization -- Disinfection -- Decontamination -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 3 Assessment of Vital Signs -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Body Temperature -- Assessment of Body Temperature -- Pulse -- Assessment of Pulse -- Pulse Oximetry -- Blood Pressure -- Assessment of Blood Pressure -- Respiration (Pulmonary Ventilation) -- Assessment of Respiration -- Pain -- Assessment of Pain -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 4 Body Mechanics -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Principles and Concepts of Proper Body Mechanics -- Lifting Principles and Techniques -- Lift Techniques -- Pushing, Pulling, Reaching, and Carrying -- Posture and Body Control -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 5 Positioning and Draping -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Principles and Concepts -- Positioning -- Restraints -- Supine Position -- Prone Position -- Side-Lying Position -- Sitting Position -- Positioning Summary -- Preventive Positioning -- Transfemoral Amputation -- Transtibial Amputation -- Hemiplegia -- Rheumatoid Arthritis -- Split-Thickness Burns and Grafted Burn Areas -- Orthopedic Surgical Conditions -- Draping -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 6 Basic Exercise: Passive and Active Range of Motion -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Cardinal or Anatomic Planes of Motion -- Types of Exercise for Range of Motion -- Indications for Passive Range of Motion Exercise -- Indications for Active Range of Motion Exercise -- Preparation for Application of Passive Range of Motion and Active Range of Motion -- Principles of Passive Range of Motion Exercise -- Traditional Passive Range of Motion Movements -- Principles of Active Range of Motion Exercise -- Types of Muscle Contraction and Exercise -- Types of Active Exercise -- Isotonic Exercise Application -- Isometric Exercise Application -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 7 Features and Activities of Wheelchairs -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Wheelchair Seating and Positioning -- Standard Wheelchair Measurements -- Confirmation of Fit -- Potential Adverse Effects of an Improper Fit -- Patient and Family Education -- Wheelchair Components and Features -- Armrests -- Wheels and Tires -- Wheel Locks -- Front Rigging, Leg Rest, and Footrest Components -- Body Restraints -- Reclining Wheelchairs -- Externally Powered Wheelchairs -- Sport, or Recreational, Wheelchairs -- Lightweight or Ultralight Wheelchairs -- Folding Wheelchairs -- Functional Activities -- Operation of Wheelchair Components -- Independent Propulsion -- Assisted Functional Activities -- Independent Functional Activities -- General Care and Maintenance of a Wheelchair -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 8 Transfer Activities -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Organization of Patient Transfers -- Before the Transfer -- During the Transfer -- Safety Concerns in Transfers -- Conditions Requiring Special Precautions -- Types of Transfers -- Standing, Dependent Pivot -- Standing, Assisted Pivot -- Standing, Standby Pivot -- Standing, Independent Pivot -- Sitting or Lateral Assisted Transfer -- Sitting, Independent Transfer -- Sitting, Dependent Lift -- Recumbent, Dependent Lift -- Mobility Activities -- Dependent or Assisted Mobility Activities -- Independent Mobility Activities -- Transfer Activities -- Transfers, Wheelchair and Bed -- Transfers, Wheelchair and Floor -- Mechanical Equipment -- Manually Operated Lift -- Wheelchair to Bed -- Electrical Lift -- Other Types of Transfers -- Totally Dependent Patient: Stretcher to Bed or Bed to Stretcher -- Patient with a Total Hip Replacement -- Patient with One Non-Weight-Bearing Lower Extremity, Standing Transfer -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 9 Assistive Devices, Patterns, and Activities -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Muscle Activity -- Organization of Ambulation Activities -- Assistive Devices -- Preambulation Devices -- Parallel Bars -- Tilt Table -- Supported Suspension Ambulatory Aid -- Measurement and Fit of Assistive Devices -- Walkers -- Axillary Crutches -- Forearm Crutches -- Canes -- Confirmation of Fit -- Weight-Bearing Status -- Safety Considerations and Precautions -- Preambulation Functional Activities -- Parallel Bar Activities -- Basic Gait Patterns -- Preambulation Instruction -- Standing and Sitting Activities -- Guarding During Gait Training on Curbs, Stairs, and Ramps -- Ambulation Functional Activities -- Backward Movement -- Sideward Movement -- Turning Movement -- Curbs and Stairs -- Doors -- Ascending or Descending Ramps, Inclines, or Hills -- Elevator Access -- Automobile Access -- Transferring to the Floor from Crutches -- Rising from the Floor to Standing -- Falling Techniques -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 10 Special Equipment and Patient Care Environments -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Orientation to the Special Intensive Care Unit -- Types of Beds -- Standard Adjustable Bed -- Turning Frame (Stryker Wedge Frame) -- Air-Fluidized Support Bed (Clinitron) -- Post-trauma Mobility Beds (Keane, Roto-Rest) -- Low Air Loss Therapy Bed -- Life Support and Monitoring Equipment -- Mechanical Ventilators -- Types of Ventilators -- Modes of Ventilation -- Monitors -- Reference Laboratory Values -- Anticoagulation -- Feeding Devices -- Urinary Catheters -- Oxygen Therapy Systems -- Chest Drainage Systems -- Ostomy Devices -- Traction -- Types of Skeletal Traction -- Patient-Controlled Analgesia -- Dialysis Treatment -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch.
11 Basic Wound Care and Specialized Interventions -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Wound Management -- Phases of Healing -- Processes of Healing -- Wound Classification -- Pressure Ulcers -- Peripheral Vascular Conditions -- Dressings and Bandages -- Girth Measurement -- Volumetric Measurement -- Lymphedema -- Lymphedema Certification -- Compression Garments -- Intermittent Vasopneumatic Compression Devices -- Chest Physical Therapy -- Amputations -- Lower Extremity Amputations -- Taping Strategies -- Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) Wrap -- Plantar Fasciitis Wrap -- Kinesiology Taping -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 12 Incidents and Emergencies -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Principles and Concepts -- Emergency Care -- Support Devices -- Bandage Materials -- Types of Bandages -- Emergency Care for Specific Conditions -- Allergic Reactions -- Lacerations -- Shock -- Orthostatic (Postural) Hypotension -- Falls -- Fractures -- Burns -- Convulsions/Seizures -- Choking -- Heat-Related Illnesses -- Insulin-Related Illnesses -- Autonomic Hyperreflexia (Dysreflexia) -- Cardiac Arrest/Death -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving -- ch. 13 Americans with Disabilities Act and Environmental Assessments -- Objectives -- Key Terms -- Introduction -- Definitions -- General Aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act -- Compliance and Implementation of Regulations -- Assessing the Environment -- Assessment Process -- Summary -- Self-Study Activities -- Problem Solving.
Summary, etc.:
"This illustrated resource demonstrates proper techniques and procedures to help you evaluate, treat, and care for patients in the physical therapy setting. In addition to clear, "how-to" information on positioning and draping the patient, patient transfer, ambulation activities, and much more, you'll gain insight into the rationales and physiologic principles explaining why specific techniques are used."--Publisher.
Subject: Physical therapy.
Patients > Care.
Nursing.
Allied health personnel.
Physical Therapy Modalities.
Patient Care Planning.
Wheelchairs.
Transportation of Patients.
Dependent Ambulation.
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504 . ‡aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
50500. ‡gMachine generated contents note: ‡gch. 1 ‡tPreparation for Patient Care Activities -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tInterprofessional Collaboration -- ‡tProfessional Collaboration -- ‡tOrientation -- ‡tAwareness of Cultural Diversity -- ‡tHealth Insurance Portability and Accountability Act -- ‡tAdvance Health Care Directives -- ‡tInformed Consent -- ‡tPrinciples of Documentation -- ‡tProblem-Oriented Medical Record Description -- ‡tPrinciples of Patient Management -- ‡tDifferential Diagnosis -- ‡tComponents of Differential Diagnosis -- ‡tEvidence-Based Practice -- ‡tPrinciples of Patient Examination and Evaluation -- ‡tPatient and Family Education -- ‡tCommunication -- ‡tCommunicating with a Person with an Impairment -- ‡tSafety Considerations -- ‡tHospital Emergency Codes -- ‡tMedical Errors -- ‡tJoint Commission Standards -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 2 ‡tApproaches to Infection Control -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tPrinciples and Concepts -- ‡tMicroorganisms and the Infection Cycle -- ‡tAseptic Technique -- ‡tInfection Control -- ‡tHand Hygiene -- ‡tIsolation Precautions -- ‡tSterile Field -- ‡tProtective Garments -- ‡tGloves -- ‡tGowns -- ‡tMasks -- ‡tProtective Eyewear -- ‡tApplication of Protective Garments -- ‡tRemoval of Contaminated Protective Garments -- ‡tDisposal of Instruments and Clothing -- ‡tSterilization -- ‡tDisinfection -- ‡tDecontamination -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 3 ‡tAssessment of Vital Signs -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tBody Temperature -- ‡tAssessment of Body Temperature -- ‡tPulse -- ‡tAssessment of Pulse -- ‡tPulse Oximetry -- ‡tBlood Pressure -- ‡tAssessment of Blood Pressure -- ‡tRespiration (Pulmonary Ventilation) -- ‡tAssessment of Respiration -- ‡tPain -- ‡tAssessment of Pain -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 4 ‡tBody Mechanics -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tPrinciples and Concepts of Proper Body Mechanics -- ‡tLifting Principles and Techniques -- ‡tLift Techniques -- ‡tPushing, Pulling, Reaching, and Carrying -- ‡tPosture and Body Control -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 5 ‡tPositioning and Draping -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tPrinciples and Concepts -- ‡tPositioning -- ‡tRestraints -- ‡tSupine Position -- ‡tProne Position -- ‡tSide-Lying Position -- ‡tSitting Position -- ‡tPositioning Summary -- ‡tPreventive Positioning -- ‡tTransfemoral Amputation -- ‡tTranstibial Amputation -- ‡tHemiplegia -- ‡tRheumatoid Arthritis -- ‡tSplit-Thickness Burns and Grafted Burn Areas -- ‡tOrthopedic Surgical Conditions -- ‡tDraping -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 6 ‡tBasic Exercise: Passive and Active Range of Motion -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tCardinal or Anatomic Planes of Motion -- ‡tTypes of Exercise for Range of Motion -- ‡tIndications for Passive Range of Motion Exercise -- ‡tIndications for Active Range of Motion Exercise -- ‡tPreparation for Application of Passive Range of Motion and Active Range of Motion -- ‡tPrinciples of Passive Range of Motion Exercise -- ‡tTraditional Passive Range of Motion Movements -- ‡tPrinciples of Active Range of Motion Exercise -- ‡tTypes of Muscle Contraction and Exercise -- ‡tTypes of Active Exercise -- ‡tIsotonic Exercise Application -- ‡tIsometric Exercise Application -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 7 ‡tFeatures and Activities of Wheelchairs -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tWheelchair Seating and Positioning -- ‡tStandard Wheelchair Measurements -- ‡tConfirmation of Fit -- ‡tPotential Adverse Effects of an Improper Fit -- ‡tPatient and Family Education -- ‡tWheelchair Components and Features -- ‡tArmrests -- ‡tWheels and Tires -- ‡tWheel Locks -- ‡tFront Rigging, Leg Rest, and Footrest Components -- ‡tBody Restraints -- ‡tReclining Wheelchairs -- ‡tExternally Powered Wheelchairs -- ‡tSport, or Recreational, Wheelchairs -- ‡tLightweight or Ultralight Wheelchairs -- ‡tFolding Wheelchairs -- ‡tFunctional Activities -- ‡tOperation of Wheelchair Components -- ‡tIndependent Propulsion -- ‡tAssisted Functional Activities -- ‡tIndependent Functional Activities -- ‡tGeneral Care and Maintenance of a Wheelchair -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 8 ‡tTransfer Activities -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tOrganization of Patient Transfers -- ‡tBefore the Transfer -- ‡tDuring the Transfer -- ‡tSafety Concerns in Transfers -- ‡tConditions Requiring Special Precautions -- ‡tTypes of Transfers -- ‡tStanding, Dependent Pivot -- ‡tStanding, Assisted Pivot -- ‡tStanding, Standby Pivot -- ‡tStanding, Independent Pivot -- ‡tSitting or Lateral Assisted Transfer -- ‡tSitting, Independent Transfer -- ‡tSitting, Dependent Lift -- ‡tRecumbent, Dependent Lift -- ‡tMobility Activities -- ‡tDependent or Assisted Mobility Activities -- ‡tIndependent Mobility Activities -- ‡tTransfer Activities -- ‡tTransfers, Wheelchair and Bed -- ‡tTransfers, Wheelchair and Floor -- ‡tMechanical Equipment -- ‡tManually Operated Lift -- ‡tWheelchair to Bed -- ‡tElectrical Lift -- ‡tOther Types of Transfers -- ‡tTotally Dependent Patient: Stretcher to Bed or Bed to Stretcher -- ‡tPatient with a Total Hip Replacement -- ‡tPatient with One Non-Weight-Bearing Lower Extremity, Standing Transfer -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 9 ‡tAssistive Devices, Patterns, and Activities -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tMuscle Activity -- ‡tOrganization of Ambulation Activities -- ‡tAssistive Devices -- ‡tPreambulation Devices -- ‡tParallel Bars -- ‡tTilt Table -- ‡tSupported Suspension Ambulatory Aid -- ‡tMeasurement and Fit of Assistive Devices -- ‡tWalkers -- ‡tAxillary Crutches -- ‡tForearm Crutches -- ‡tCanes -- ‡tConfirmation of Fit -- ‡tWeight-Bearing Status -- ‡tSafety Considerations and Precautions -- ‡tPreambulation Functional Activities -- ‡tParallel Bar Activities -- ‡tBasic Gait Patterns -- ‡tPreambulation Instruction -- ‡tStanding and Sitting Activities -- ‡tGuarding During Gait Training on Curbs, Stairs, and Ramps -- ‡tAmbulation Functional Activities -- ‡tBackward Movement -- ‡tSideward Movement -- ‡tTurning Movement -- ‡tCurbs and Stairs -- ‡tDoors -- ‡tAscending or Descending Ramps, Inclines, or Hills -- ‡tElevator Access -- ‡tAutomobile Access -- ‡tTransferring to the Floor from Crutches -- ‡tRising from the Floor to Standing -- ‡tFalling Techniques -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 10 ‡tSpecial Equipment and Patient Care Environments -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tOrientation to the Special Intensive Care Unit -- ‡tTypes of Beds -- ‡tStandard Adjustable Bed -- ‡tTurning Frame (Stryker Wedge Frame) -- ‡tAir-Fluidized Support Bed (Clinitron) -- ‡tPost-trauma Mobility Beds (Keane, Roto-Rest) -- ‡tLow Air Loss Therapy Bed -- ‡tLife Support and Monitoring Equipment -- ‡tMechanical Ventilators -- ‡tTypes of Ventilators -- ‡tModes of Ventilation -- ‡tMonitors -- ‡tReference Laboratory Values -- ‡tAnticoagulation -- ‡tFeeding Devices -- ‡tUrinary Catheters -- ‡tOxygen Therapy Systems -- ‡tChest Drainage Systems -- ‡tOstomy Devices -- ‡tTraction -- ‡tTypes of Skeletal Traction -- ‡tPatient-Controlled Analgesia -- ‡tDialysis Treatment -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch.
50500. ‡t11 ‡tBasic Wound Care and Specialized Interventions -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tWound Management -- ‡tPhases of Healing -- ‡tProcesses of Healing -- ‡tWound Classification -- ‡tPressure Ulcers -- ‡tPeripheral Vascular Conditions -- ‡tDressings and Bandages -- ‡tGirth Measurement -- ‡tVolumetric Measurement -- ‡tLymphedema -- ‡tLymphedema Certification -- ‡tCompression Garments -- ‡tIntermittent Vasopneumatic Compression Devices -- ‡tChest Physical Therapy -- ‡tAmputations -- ‡tLower Extremity Amputations -- ‡tTaping Strategies -- ‡tEpicondylitis (Tennis Elbow) Wrap -- ‡tPlantar Fasciitis Wrap -- ‡tKinesiology Taping -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 12 ‡tIncidents and Emergencies -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tPrinciples and Concepts -- ‡tEmergency Care -- ‡tSupport Devices -- ‡tBandage Materials -- ‡tTypes of Bandages -- ‡tEmergency Care for Specific Conditions -- ‡tAllergic Reactions -- ‡tLacerations -- ‡tShock -- ‡tOrthostatic (Postural) Hypotension -- ‡tFalls -- ‡tFractures -- ‡tBurns -- ‡tConvulsions/Seizures -- ‡tChoking -- ‡tHeat-Related Illnesses -- ‡tInsulin-Related Illnesses -- ‡tAutonomic Hyperreflexia (Dysreflexia) -- ‡tCardiac Arrest/Death -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving -- ‡gch. 13 ‡tAmericans with Disabilities Act and Environmental Assessments -- ‡tObjectives -- ‡tKey Terms -- ‡tIntroduction -- ‡tDefinitions -- ‡tGeneral Aspects of the Americans with Disabilities Act -- ‡tCompliance and Implementation of Regulations -- ‡tAssessing the Environment -- ‡tAssessment Process -- ‡tSummary -- ‡tSelf-Study Activities -- ‡tProblem Solving.
520 . ‡a"This illustrated resource demonstrates proper techniques and procedures to help you evaluate, treat, and care for patients in the physical therapy setting. In addition to clear, "how-to" information on positioning and draping the patient, patient transfer, ambulation activities, and much more, you'll gain insight into the rationales and physiologic principles explaining why specific techniques are used."--Publisher.
650 0. ‡aPhysical therapy.
650 0. ‡aPatients ‡xCare.
650 0. ‡aNursing.
650 0. ‡aAllied health personnel.
65012. ‡aPhysical Therapy Modalities.
65022. ‡aPatient Care Planning.
65022. ‡aWheelchairs.
65022. ‡aTransportation of Patients.
65022. ‡aDependent Ambulation.
7001 . ‡aPierson, Frank M. ‡tPrinciples & techniques of patient care.
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995 . ‡aMT received as donation, June 2019, $87.41.
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