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Basic Concepts on Nursing Procedures by Clement I (2007) Edition : 1/e
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/10074   ISBN:9788180619045

This book assists the beginning student in a technical or professional nursing program to form a broad understanding of what nursing care to be provided for person under stress, which alters his or her degree of wellness. Basic concepts on Nursing Procedures outlines the principles and steps that, are clear, concise and easy to follow format. The information... [More]

Basic Concepts on Nursing Procedures
Chapter-01 Introduction to Nursing by Clement I (2007) Edition : 1/e

Introduction to nursing, Nightingale’s pledge, Liberal meaning of word nurse, Definitions of nursing, Nursing as a profession, Function of nurse, Role of nurse, Person-center nursing care, Nursing procedures, Ethical issues in nursing, Health care team, Legal issues in nursing

Chapter-01 Nursing Process by Sam Molly (2007) Edition : 2/e

Nursing process is defined as an organized systematic method of giving individualized nursing care that focuses on identifying and treating unique responses. It provides a frame work with which needs of the patient/family/community can be met. It begins when the patient needs assistance with health care of individuals or groups to actual or potential alterat... [More]

Chapter-02 Clinical Studies by Gomez Leena Myrtle (2007) Edition : 1/e

Clinical studies, Feeding methods, Enema, Urine, Motion, Conditions in the mouth, Types of diets, Tube feedings or gastric gavage, Calculation of milk formula, Enema or clysis and types, Constituents of urine, Type of enema

Chapter-02 Data Collection and Nursing Diagnoses by Sam Molly (2007) Edition : 2/e

The use of nursing model as a framework for data collection helps in identifying and validating nursing diagnoses. There are several nursing models that may be used for data collection and are discussed here in this chapter. Data gathered during the interview, physical examination and from other records/sources are organized and recorded in a concise systema... [More]

   Chapter DOI:10.5005/jp/books/11109_3      

Nursing diagnosis is defined in this chapter with the contributing factors and characteristic features. Activity intolerance is characterized by insufficient physiological or psychological energy to perform daily activities. Generalized weakness, sedentary life style, imbalance between oxygen supply/demand, anemia, and aging process are the contributing fact... [More]