2 edition of Hart Who Cares? - Nursing Proc (Booklet) (Pr Onl Y) (Orders-Inc.USA-to L.Udall) No Credits found in the catalog.
Hart Who Cares? - Nursing Proc (Booklet) (Pr Onl Y) (Orders-Inc.USA-to L.Udall) No Credits
July 20, 1983
by John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||72|
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Author: Mark Edwards (RN.). Publisher: Lww ISBN: Page: View: This "Complete Care Chart" is also used by the Department of Health to ensure that Nurses With Heart meets New Mexico State’s criteria of care for providing quality home health care. Whether the client requires medical nursing care or personal assistance, a Nurse will visit each client regularly.
Safety & Infection Control: Care of client with Halo device for spinal injury: • Clients who have cervical fractures may be placed in a halo fixation device or cervical tongs. Basic Care & Comfo rt: Fractures & Immobilization devices: Maintaining proper traction: Types of Immobilization Devices: • Casts • Splints/immobilizers • Traction • Correct or prevent further deformities. Valerie A. Hart, EdD, APRN, CNS - University of Southern Maine. Dr. Valerie Hart is an Associate Professor of Nursing in the College of Nursing and Health Professions at the University of Southern Maine. She has been a Certified Clinical Specialist in Adult Psychiatric Mental Health Nursing and maintained a private Psychotherapy practice since.
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