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Basic Concepts of Nursing Procedures
Basic Concepts of Nursing Procedures by Clement I (2013) Edition : 2/e
DOI : 10.5005/jp/books/11946   ISBN:9789350902844

Nursing of today’s world is so challenging that each nursing student needs to have thorough basic knowledge, since basic concepts of nursing procedures form basic nursing foundation for each nurse. Since today’s nursing students are future nurses, therefore, it is the responsibility of each nurse educator to guide each neophyte nurse to gain basic knowledge ... [More]

Basic Concepts on Nursing Procedures
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]

Chapter-01 Introduction to Nursing by Clement I (2013) Edition : 2/e

The chapter explains the qualities of a nurse in detail. Nursing is to assist the individual (sick or well) in the performance of those activities contributing to health, its recovery (or to a peaceful death) that he would perform unaided, if he had the necessary strength, will or the knowledge and to do this in such a way as to help him gain independence as... [More]

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-02 Nursing Process by Clement I (2013) Edition : 2/e

The nursing process is a problem solving approach used by nurses to meet the needs of the patient. It is a deliberative method that relies on the use of cognitive, interpersonal and psychomotor skills. The nursing process consists of five steps like assessment, nursing diagnosis, planning, implementation and evaluation. The chapter discusses these processes ... [More]

Chapter-03 Physical Examination by Clement I (2013) Edition : 2/e

Physical examination is a complete assessment of patient’s physical and mental status the purpose of which is to understand and detect disease at an early stage, determine the nature of the treatment or nursing care needed for the patient and to contribute to the medical research. There are multiple methods of visual examination such as palpation -feeling of... [More]

Chapter-04 Care of Patients Unit by Clement I (2013) Edition : 2/e

Care of patient unit is defined as keeping the patients unit clean, neat and tidy to provide maximum comfort to the patient and duty of the nurse is to ensure the same. Few factors which are essentials to well-being are to provide optimum environment for the patient like adequate air and light supply, freedom from disagreeable odors and noise and many more. ... [More]