- Author:Merrily A. Kuhn
- Publisher:F A Davis Co; Subsequent edition (January 1, 1994)
- Pages:1696 pages
- Subcategory:Medicine & Health Sciences
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A nursing process approach. Merrily Mathewson Kuhn. Although nursing home settings have been federally mandated to reduce reliance on restraints, there has been no. A new "mini-index" lists all drug classifications referenced to specific pages- NCLEX-style questions added at the end of each chapter- "Clinical Alerts" identify significant warnings o. More). Although nursing home settings have been federally mandated to reduce reliance on restraints, there has been n.
Nurses need to keep current on pharmacology, and they use a variety of sources to achieve that goal. This publication is an in-depth study of pharmacology and the nurses role in drug administration. The target population of the text is nursing students, but it could be a useful ref- erence for any practicing nurse.
The nursing process is a modified scientific method. Nursing practise was first described as a four-stage nursing process by Ida Jean Orlando in 1958. It should not be confused with nursing theories or health informatics. The diagnosis phase was added later.
and the Nursing Process. Nursing Process Assessment baseline data needed to evaluate therapeutic effects baseline data needed to evaluate adverse effects identification of high-risk patients assessment of person’s capacity for self-care Nursing diagnosis. and the Nursing Process School Lewis University. Nursing Process (cont) Planning maximize therapeutic effects minimize adverse effects Implementation Evaluation.