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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Karen Burnet
  • ISBN:
    0702024392
  • ISBN13:
    978-0702024399
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  • Publisher:
    Bailliere Tindall; 1 edition (March 7, 2001)
  • Pages:
    304 pages
  • Subcategory:
    Medicine & Health Sciences
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Holistic Breast Care book.

Holistic Breast Care book.

Holistic Breast Care,Karen Burnet. Breast Cancer Care Book : A Survival Guide for Patients and Loved Ones.

Above all, the book is positive about breast care, especially breast cancer.

Описание: Although breast care is a wide remit, the information in this book aims to be clear and readable for the more junior nurses yet contain enough factual detail to be useful to the more experienced nurse. Above all, the book is positive about breast care, especially breast cancer.

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About publications (1) network. Nurse specialists in breast care: a developing role. Authors: Karen Burnet Dawn Chapman Gordon Wishart Anand Purushotham. Publications 1. Publications by authors named "Karen Burnet". 1PubMed Central Citations. Nurs Stand 2004 Jul 21-27;18(45):38-42. Cambridge Breast Unit, Addenbrooke's NHS Trust, Cambridge. Download full-text PDF.

Holistic breast care. The Effects of Antenaltal Breast Care on Breast Feeding Practice. January 1992 · Kanho Hakhoe chi. Article in Collegian Journal of the Royal College of Nursing Australia 10(2):iv · December 2003 with 4 Reads. How we measure 'reads'. Pre and postnatal breast care. Article November 2018. December 1968 · Ceskoslovenská gynekologie.

I found that even though I am "more than my breasts", I appreciated being presented with all the sides/choices in the reconstruction question. Information is so empowering! I have given at least a dozen of these books to friends and acquaintances with breast cancer and one major, major hospital here in town regularly gives "A Woman's Decision" to their breast cancer patients. That is how I heard about it. My friend received it from her surgeon at her hospital!

9 Radiotherapy as a Treatment for Breast Cancer (Karen Burnet). This book is essential reading for everyone working in breast cancer care in primary and secondary settings, from nursing students to breast care nurse specialists

9 Radiotherapy as a Treatment for Breast Cancer (Karen Burnet). 10 Endocrine Treatment for Breast Cancer (Deborah Fenlon and Kay Townsend). 11 Lymphoedema and Breast Cancer (Mary Woods). This book is essential reading for everyone working in breast cancer care in primary and secondary settings, from nursing students to breast care nurse specialists. Nursing Standard, 1 May 2012) "This is a valuable resource for all nurses working with breast cancer patients; it should become essential reading for those in training in the field, as well as for those with more experience.

Although breast care is a wide subject matter, the information in this book is clear and readable for the more junior nurses yet contains enough factual detail to be useful to the more experienced nurse. There is a chapter for each of the aspects of breast care so that the inquiring nurse can access the relevant subject. The chapters stand alone, but have some common themes running through them, including illustrative case histories, practical nursing care, psychological and social care, and appropriate complimentary therapies. The book is 'woman centered' and about holistic care, rather than compartmentalizing care for each breast condition. This reflects the theme of total care that the hospital and the community should offer the woman who suffers from a breast condition. Care for such women does not just begin and end in hospital, but rather it is ongoing, and the book highlights this. Above all, the book is positive about breast care, especially breast cancer.