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  • Author:
    Meg Skelly,Diane Palmer
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    1861562667
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    Wiley; 1 edition (February 24, 2003)
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    150 pages
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ISBN: 978-1-861-56266-1 February 2003 150 Pages. This expertly written book examines all aspects of conscious sedation and will be an essential reference for nurses and other health professionals involved in the clinical care of patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures that require conscious sedation. Each chapter covers a particular area of the practice of conscious sedation and the authors come from a wide spectrum of clinical specialities.

Inhalation sedation is also sometimes referred to as relative analgesia. Skelly, Meg; Palmer, Diane (2006). Conscious Sedation: A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners. London: Whurr Publishers. pp. 69. ISBN 1861562667. Sedation is also used extensively in the intensive care unit so that patients who are being ventilated tolerate having an endotracheal tube in their trachea. Also can be used during a long term brain EEG to help patient relax.

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Home March-April 2004 - Volume 18 - Issue 2 Conscious Sedation in Gastroenterology: A Handbook for Nurse. Clinical Nurse Specialist: March-April 2004 - Volume 18 - Issue 2 - p 102. Books at a Glance.

London; Whurr Publishers, 2003. It is written specifically for advanced practice nurses in this field. The first chapter presents an interesting and distinctive examination on the history of sedation, especially as it relates to the practice of gastroenterology.

Core Skills for Nurse Practitioners : A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners, Paperback by Palmer, Diane; Kaur, Surrinder, ISBN 1861562756, ISBN-13 9781861562753, Brand New, Free P&P in the UK In addition to clinical knowledge every senior nurse should be comfortable with the professional issues that are part of the senior nurse' s role. Core Skills for Nurse Practitioners: A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners by Diane Palmer, Surrinder Kaur (Paperback, 2003). Brand new: lowest price.

Conscious Sedation : A Handbook for Nurse Practitioners. In retrospect, the dosage of IV sedatives used in the early days of endoscopy both in the USA and Great Britain was frequently too high. Today we are much more careful in the way we sedate patients being acutely aware of the fact that if the patient becomes unresponsive and verbal contact is lost then, by definition, a general anaesthetic has just been administered with all the clinical and legal implications that this holds.

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In retrospect, the dosage of IV sedatives used in the early days of endoscopy both in the USA and Great Britain was frequently too high. Today we are much more careful in the way we sedate patients being acutely aware of the fact that if the patient becomes unresponsive and verbal contact is lost then, by definition, a general anaesthetic has just been administered with all the clinical and legal implications that this holds. This expertly written book examines all aspects of conscious sedation and will be an essential reference for nurses and other health professionals involved in the clinical care of patients undergoing diagnostic or therapeutic procedures that require conscious sedation. Each chapter covers a particular area of the practice of conscious sedation and the authors come from a wide spectrum of clinical specialities.