Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing

Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing

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A first reference for the clinical management of patients with neurological symptoms Covers all major neuroscience disciplines: neurology, neurosurgery, neuroscience critical care and neurorehabilitation Breaks down complex information into easy-to-use bulleted lists, conveying only what you need to know Developed within the context of the National Service FrameworkThe Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing is an invaluable resource when you need relevant and practical clinical guidance in dealing with complex clinical situations, or when caring for people with neurological problems for the first time. It will enable you to meet the needs of people with neurological problems wherever you encounter them, be it in a neurology, neurosurgery, critical care or rehabilitation setting, and will therefore enable you to meet the requirements of the National Service Framework.The book is organised in a way that separates the major neuroscience disciplines of neurology, neurosurgery, neuroscience critical care and neurorehabilitation, with extensive cross-referencing between sections. It will provide enough information to manage the initial care of the patient with most commonly encountered conditions. Practical guidance is also provided about neurological assessment and investigations, commonly used drugs in neuroscience practice, dealing with neurological emergencies, and the legal and ethical issues surrounding the profession. Complementary therapies applied to neuroscience practice are also discussed.Next time practical guidance is needed on the management of a particular patient, or information is required to manage a particular situation, then the Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing will provide you with the answers you need in a succinct and functional way. Readership: Neurology nurses, both specialist and newly qualified, specialist nurse practitioners, qualified nurses working in non-neurology settings who regularly care for patients with neurological problems. Nursing students undertaking neurological placements. Nurses involved in neurology, neurosurgery, intensive care related to brain and spinal injury, and all health care professionals with an interest in care and rehabilitation of patients with injuries or diseases of the neurological system.Complementary therapies applied to neuroscience practice are also discussed.Next time practical guidance is needed on the management of a particular patient, or information is required to manage a particular situation, then the Oxford ...


Title:Oxford Handbook of Neuroscience Nursing
Author: Sue Woodward, Catheryne Waterhouse
Publisher:Oxford University Press - 2009-08-27
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