esigned specifically to help nurses cope with the challenges of caring for their most acutely ill home care patients, this manual offers step-by-step guidance on those procedures relevant to this patient group without duplicating information covered in other home care manuals. Organized for ease of use, the book's content is sequenced across the lifespan and built around a body system framework. A multidisciplinary approach helps readers address a wide range of conditions and disorders with confidence. The critical thinking process is used to promote problem solving. Other areas addressed include legal issues and documentation essentials. The latest JCAHO, OSHA, and CDC guidelines are also outlinedNursing in the community, 2nd edition. Stanford, CT: Appleton aamp; Lange, 1996 11. Clemen-Stone, S, Eigati, DG, aamp; McGuire, SL. Comprehensive community health nursing: Family aggregate and community practice, 4th edition. St. Louis, MO: ... Freudenheim, M. An exam for home health care. The New ... Fundamental considerations in home chemotherapy administration. Infusion 2: 24 ... Sperling, R. Frequently asked questions about OASIS: Answers from a rural agency participant.
|Title||:||AACN Guide to Acute Care Procedures in the Home|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2000|