Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing PDF
Download Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing PDF book free online 2nd Edition – From Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing PDF: Fully revised and updated for the second edition, the Oxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing is the ultimate companion for all those caring for cardiac patients. Systematically covering all the main areas of cardiac nursing, it is packed full of clinical information and practical advice. Buy From Amazon
This new edition now includes expanded information on prevention of cardiovascular disease and heart disease in pregnancy, as well as the latest resuscitation guidelines, protocols, and clinical information. The handbook covers assessment, investigation, treatment, rehabilitation, and pharmacological interventions, and new illustrations and diagrams have been added throughout to aid clarity of information. Although a large part of the handbook focuses on caring for patients with coronary heart disease, many other cardiovascular problems such as valvular heart disease, congenital heart disease, and cardiomyopathies are covered. Designed to be used on the ward, in the community, and for studying and revision, it contains expert guidance, written by experienced nurses and teachers. The book is specifically laid out to enable quick access to precise, targeted information, and covers the vast majority of clinical scenarios. Unique and indispensable, theOxford Handbook of Cardiac Nursing offers a wealth of information at your fingertips.
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`Review from previous edition … an excellent resource for clinical nursing staff involved in the wide spectrum of cardiac medicine and surgery practice. This is a handbook covering basic but pertinent information in a handy pocket-sized format. I would welcome such an adjunct to my own
practice and would recommend it to clinical nursing staff. ‘
Anne-Marie Ingle, Cardiology News
About the Author
Kate Olson, Visiting Lecturer, City University, London, UK
Kate Olson (nee Johnson) has worked in cardiac nursing since 1989, working in a variety of cardiac settings such as coronary care, cardiac intensive care, cardiac surgery and cardiac. She moved into higher education in 1998 and has been running cardiac courses for qualified nurses since then. In 2005 she was asked to help set up a national cardiac nursing journal which commenced in January 2006. She has recently been the Editor in Chief of the British Journal of Cardiac Nursing, and continues to take an active role on the editorial board.