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Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing (Two Volume Set),9780781745000

Brunner & Suddarth's Textbook of Medical-Surgical Nursing (Two Volume Set)

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Numerous updates and a state-of-the-art ancillary package make the Tenth Edition of this best-selling textbook the most up-to-date book of its kind. New chapters include: End-of-Life Care, Genetics Perspectives in Nursing Practice, and Management of Patients Affected by Terrorism, Mass Casualty, and Disaster. New features include: Concept Maps relating NANDA diagnoses with NIC and NOC classification systems; boxed charts alerting nurses to genetics perspectives in practice; and new, specialized content on elderly patients and those with disabilities.

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Table of Contents

Unit 1 Basic Concepts in Nursing
2(76)
Health Care Delivery and Nursing Practice
4(15)
The Health Care Industry and The Nursing Profession
5(1)
Nursing Defined
5(1)
The Patient/Client: Consumer of Nursing and Health Care
5(1)
Health Care in Transition
6(1)
Health, Wellness, and Health Promotion
6(1)
Health
6(1)
Wellness
6(1)
Health Promotion
6(1)
Influences on Health Care Delivery
6(8)
Population Demographics
7(1)
Changing Patterns of Disease
7(1)
Advances in Technology and Genetics
8(1)
Economic Changes
8(1)
Demand for Quality Care
8(1)
Alternative Health Care Delivery Systems
9(5)
Roles of the Nurse
14(1)
Practitioner Role
14(1)
Leadership Role
15(1)
Research Role
15(1)
Models of Nursing Care Delivery
15(1)
Team Nursing
15(1)
Primary Nursing
15(1)
Community-Based Nursing and Community Health-Public Health Nursing
16(1)
Expanded Nursing Roles
16(3)
Collaborative Practice
17(2)
Community-Based Nursing Practice
19(7)
The Growing Need for Community-Based Health Care
20(1)
Community-Based Care
20(1)
Home Health Care
21(1)
Hospital and Community-Based Nursing
21(1)
Discharge Planning for Home Care
22(1)
Community Resources and Referrals
22(1)
Preparing for a Home Visit
22(1)
Conducting a Home Visit
22(2)
Personal Safety Precautions
22(1)
Initial Home Visit
23(1)
Determining the Need for Future Visits
23(1)
Closing the Visit
24(1)
Other Community-Based Health Care Settings
24(2)
Ambulatory Settings
24(1)
Occupational Health Programs
24(1)
School Health Programs
24(1)
Care for the Homeless
25(1)
Critical Thinking, Ethical Decision Making, and the Nursing Process
26(19)
Definition of Critical Thinking
27(1)
Critical Thinking Process
27(1)
Rationality and Insight
27(1)
Components of Critical Thinking
27(1)
Critical Thinking in Nursing Practice
27(1)
Ethical Nursing Care
28(1)
Domain of Nursing Ethics
28(5)
Ethics Versus Morality
28(1)
Ethics Theories
29(1)
Approaches to Ethics
29(1)
Moral Situations
30(1)
Types of Ethical Problems in Nursing
30(3)
Preventive Ethics
33(1)
Advance Directives
33(1)
Ethical Decision Making
34(1)
Steps of the Nursing Process
34(1)
Using the Nursing Process
34(11)
Assessment
34(3)
Diagnosis
37(1)
Planning
37(3)
Implementation
40(1)
Evaluation
40(1)
Documentation of Outcomes and Revision of Plan
41(4)
Health Education and Health Promotion
45(14)
Health Education Today
46(1)
The Purpose of Health Education
46(1)
Adherence to the Therapeutic Regimen
46(1)
The Nature of Teaching and Learning
47(4)
Learning Readiness
47(1)
The Learning Environment
48(1)
Teaching Techniques
49(1)
Teaching People with Disabilities
49(2)
The Nursing Process in Patient Teaching
51(1)
Assessment
51(1)
Nursing Diagnosis
51(1)
Planning
51(1)
Implementation
52(1)
Evaluation
52(1)
Health Promotion
52(2)
Health and Wellness
53(1)
Health Promotion Models
53(1)
Definition of Health Promotion
53(1)
Health Promotion Principles
54(1)
Health Promotion Throughout the Life Span
54(2)
Children and Adolescents
55(1)
Young and Middle-Aged Adults
55(1)
Elderly Adults
55(1)
Implications for Nursing
56(3)
Health Assessment
59(19)
The Role of the Nurse in Assessment
60(1)
Basic Guidelines for Conducting a Health Assessment
60(1)
Ethical Use of History or Physical Examination Data
60(1)
The Health History
60(7)
The Informant
61(1)
Cultural Considerations
61(1)
Content of the Health History
61(1)
Past Life Events Related to Health
62(1)
Education and Occupation
63(1)
Environment
63(2)
Lifestyle
65(1)
Physical or Mental Disability
65(1)
Self-Concept
65(1)
Sexuality
65(1)
Risk for Abuse
66(1)
Stress and Coping Responses
66(1)
Other Health History Formats
66(1)
Physical Assessment
67(2)
Inspection
67(1)
Palpation
68(1)
Percussion
68(1)
Auscultation
69(1)
Nutritional Assessment
69(5)
Body Mass Index
70(1)
Biochemical Assessment
71(1)
Clinical Examination
71(1)
Dietary Data
71(1)
Conducting the Dietary Interview
71(1)
Evaluating the Dietary Information
72(1)
Factors Influencing Nutritional Status in Varied Situations
72(2)
Analysis of Nutritional Status
74(1)
Assessment in the Home and Community
74(4)
Unit 2 Biophysical and Psychosocial Concepts in Nursing Practice
78(136)
Homeostasis, Stress, and Adaptation
80(19)
Stress and Function
81(1)
Dynamic Balance: The Steady State
81(1)
Historical Theories of the Steady State
82(1)
Stress and Adaptation
82(1)
Stressors: Threats to the Steady State
82(6)
Types of Stressors
82(1)
Stress as a Stimulus for Disease
83(1)
Psychological Responses to Stress
83(1)
Physiologic Response to Stress
84(3)
Maladaptive Responses to Stress
87(1)
Indicators of Stress
87(1)
Nursing Implications
88(1)
Stress at the Cellular Level
88(5)
Control of the Steady State
88(1)
Cellular Adaptation
89(1)
Cellular Injury
90(2)
Cellular Response to Injury: Inflammation
92(1)
Cellular Healing
93(1)
Nursing Implications
93(1)
Stress Management: Nursing Interventions
93(6)
Promoting a Healthy Lifestyle
94(1)
Enhancing Coping Strategies
94(1)
Teaching Relaxation Techniques
94(1)
Educating About Stress Management
95(1)
Enhancing Social Support
96(1)
Recommending Support and Therapy Groups
96(3)
Individual and Family Considerations Related to Illness
99(14)
Holistic Approach to Health and Health Care
100(1)
The Brain and Physical and Emotional Health
100(1)
Emotional Health and Emotional Distress
101(1)
Family Health and Distress
102(1)
Anxiety
103(1)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
104(1)
Depression
105(2)
Substance Abuse
107(1)
Loss and Grief
108(1)
Death and Dying
109(1)
Spirituality and Spiritual Distress
109(4)
Perspectives in Transcultural Nursing
113(10)
Definitions of Culture
114(1)
Subcultures and Minorities
114(1)
Transcultural Nursing
115(1)
Culturally Competent Nursing Care
115(1)
Cross-Cultural Communication
115(1)
Culturally Mediated Characteristics
116(3)
Space and Distance
116(1)
Eye Contact
117(1)
Time
117(1)
Touch
117(1)
Communication
118(1)
Observance of Holidays
118(1)
Diet
118(1)
Biologic Variations
119(1)
Complementary and Alternative Therapies
119(1)
Causes of Illness
119(1)
Biomedical or Scientific
119(1)
Naturalistic or Holistic
120(1)
Magico-Religious
120(1)
Folk Healers
120(1)
Cultural Assessment
120(1)
Additional Cultural Considerations: Know Thyself
121(1)
The Future of Transcultural Nursing Care
121(2)
Genetics Perspectives in Nursing
123(23)
A Framework for Integrating Genetics Into Nursing Practice
124(1)
Genetics Concepts
125(7)
Genes and Their Role in Human Variation
126(2)
Inheritance Patterns in Families
128(4)
Chromosomal Differences and Genetic Conditions
132(1)
Clinical Applications of Genetics
132(5)
Genetic Testing
132(1)
Genetic Screening
133(1)
Testing and Screening for Adult-Onset Conditions
133(4)
Individualizing Genetic Profiles
137(1)
Applications of Genetics in Nursing Practice
137(6)
Genetics and Health Assessment
138(2)
Genetic Counseling and Evaluation Services
140(3)
Ethical Issues
143(3)
Chronic Illness
146(12)
The Phenomenon of Chronicity
147(2)
Definition of Chronic Conditions
147(1)
Prevalence and Causes of Chronic Conditions
147(2)
The Characteristics of Chronic Conditions
149(6)
The Problems of Managing Chronic Conditions
150(1)
Implications for Nursing
151(1)
Phases of Chronic Illness
151(1)
Care by Phase: Applying the Nursing Process
152(3)
Promoting Home and Community-Based Care
155(3)
Teaching Patients Self-Care
155(1)
Continuing Care
155(1)
Nursing Care for Special Populations With Chronic Illness
155(3)
Principles and Practices of Rehabilitation
158(30)
Americans with Disabilities Act
159(1)
Right to Access to Health Care and Health Promotion
160(1)
Focus of Rehabilitation
160(1)
The Rehabilitation Team
161(1)
Areas of Specialty Practice
162(1)
Assessment of Functional Abilities
163(20)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Self-Care Deficits in Activities of Daily Living
163(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient with Impaired Physical Mobility
165(10)
Nursing Process: The Patient with Impaired Skin Integrity
175(6)
Nursing Process: The Patient with Altered Elimination Patterns
181(2)
Disability and Sexuality Issues
183(1)
Fatigue
183(1)
Home and Community-Based Care
183(1)
Complementary Therapies
184(1)
Continuing Care
184(4)
Health Care of the Older Adult
188(26)
Overview of Aging
189(2)
Demographics of Aging
189(1)
Health Care Costs of Aging
189(1)
Ethical and Legal Issues Affecting the Older Adult
190(1)
Nursing Care of Older Adults
191(1)
Normal Age-Related Changes and Health Promotion Activities
191(10)
Physical Aspects of Aging
191(6)
Psychosocial Aspects of Aging
197(1)
Cognitive Aspects of Aging
198(1)
Environmental Aspects of Aging
198(3)
Pharmacologic Aspects of Aging
201(1)
Physical Health Problems in Older Populations
201(3)
Geriatric Syndromes: Multiple Problems with Multiple Etiologic Factors
201(2)
Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome in Older Adults
203(1)
Common Mental Health Problems in Older Populations
204(6)
Depression
204(1)
Delirium
204(1)
The Dementias: Multi-Infarct Dementia and Alzheimer's Disease
205(5)
The Older Adult in an Acute Care Setting: Altered Responses to Illness
210(4)
Increased Susceptibility to Infection
210(1)
Altered Pain and Febrile Responses
211(1)
Altered Emotional Impact
211(1)
Altered Systemic Response
211(3)
Unit 3 Concepts and Challenges in Patient Management
214(182)
Pain Management
216(33)
The Fifth Vital Sign
217(1)
Types of Pain
217(1)
Acute Pain
218(1)
Chronic (Nonmalignant) Pain
218(1)
Cancer-Related Pain
218(1)
Pain Classified by Location
218(1)
Pain Classified by Etiology
218(1)
Harmful Effects of Pain
218(2)
Effects of Acute Pain
218(1)
Effects of Chronic Pain
218(2)
Pathophysiology of Pain
220(6)
Pain Transmission
220(3)
Factors Influencing the Pain Response
223(3)
Nursing Assessment of Pain
226(6)
Characteristics of Pain
226(2)
Instruments for Assessing the Perception of Pain
228(2)
Nurse's Role in Pain Management
230(2)
Pain Management Strategies
232(9)
Pharmacologic Interventions
232(5)
Routes of Administration
237(3)
Nonpharmacologic Interventions
240(1)
Neurologic and Neurosurgical Approaches to Pain Management
241(2)
Stimulation Procedures
242(1)
Alternative Therapies
243(1)
Promoting Home and Community-Based Care
243(1)
Teaching Patients Self-Care
243(1)
Continuing Care
244(1)
Evaluating Pain Management Strategies
244(5)
Reassessments
245(4)
Fluid and Electrolytes: Balance and Distribution
249(46)
Fundamental Concepts
250(6)
Amount and Composition of Body Fluids
250(1)
Regulation of Body Fluid Compartments
251(1)
Routes of Gains and Losses
252(1)
Laboratory Tests for Evaluating Fluid Status
252(1)
Homeostatic Mechanisms
253(3)
Fluid Volume Disturbances
256(5)
Fluid Volume Deficit (Hypovolemia)
256(4)
Fluid Volume Excess (Hypervolemia)
260(1)
Electrolyte Imbalances
261(17)
Significance of Sodium
261(2)
Sodium Deficit (Hyponatremia)
263(2)
Sodium Excess (Hypernatremia)
265(1)
Significance of Potassium
266(1)
Potassium Deficit (Hypokalemia)
266(2)
Potassium Excess (Hyperkalemia)
268(2)
Significance of Calcium
270(1)
Calcium Deficit (Hypocalcemia)
270(2)
Calcium Excess (Hypercalcemia)
272(1)
Significance of Magnesium
273(1)
Magnesium Deficit (Hypomagnesemia)
273(1)
Magnesium Excess (Hypermagnesemia)
274(1)
Significance of Phosphorus
275(1)
Phosphorus Deficit (Hypophosphatemia)
275(1)
Phosphorus Excess (Hyperphosphatemia)
276(1)
Significance of Chloride
277(1)
Chloride Deficit (Hypochloremia)
277(1)
Chloride Excess (Hyperchloremia)
277(1)
Acid-Base Disturbances
278(4)
Buffer Systems
278(1)
Acute and Chronic Metabolic Acidosis (Base Bicarbonate Deficit)
278(1)
Acute and Chronic Metabolic Alkalosis (Base Bicarbonate Excess)
279(1)
Acute and Chronic Respiratory Acidosis (Carbonic Acid Excess)
280(1)
Acute and Chronic Respiratory Alkalosis (Carbonic Acid Deficit)
281(1)
Mixed Acid-Base Disorders
281(1)
Compensation
281(1)
Blood Gas Analysis
281(1)
Parenteral Fluid Therapy
282(13)
Purpose
282(1)
Types of IV Solutions
282(13)
Shock and Multisystem Failure
295(20)
Significance of Shock
296(1)
Conditions Precipitating Shock
296(2)
Classification of Shock
296(1)
Normal Cellular Function
296(1)
Pathophysiology
296(2)
Stages of Shock
298(4)
Compensatory Stage
299(1)
Progressive Stage
300(1)
Irreversible Stage
301(1)
Overall Management Strategies in Shock
302(2)
Fluid Replacement
302(1)
Vasoactive Medication Therapy
303(1)
Nutritional Support
303(1)
Hypovolemic Shock
304(2)
Cardiogenic Shock
306(3)
Circulatory Shock
309(3)
Septic Shock
309(2)
Neurogenic Shock
311(1)
Anaphylactic Shock
311(1)
Multiple Organ Dysfunction Syndrome
312(3)
Oncology: Nursing Management in Cancer Care
315(54)
Epidemiology
316(1)
Pathophysiology of the Malignant Process
316(6)
Proliferative Patterns
316(1)
Characteristics of Malignant Cells
317(1)
Invasion and Metastasis
318(2)
Etiology
320(1)
Role of the Immune System
321(1)
Detection and Prevention of Cancer
322(1)
Primary Prevention
322(1)
Secondary Prevention
322(1)
Diagnosis of Cancer and Related Nursing Considerations
323(2)
Tumor Staging and Grading
323(2)
Management of Cancer
325(33)
Surgery
325(3)
Radiation Therapy
328(1)
Chemotherapy
329(14)
Bone Marrow Transplantation
343(2)
Hyperthermia
345(1)
Biologic Response Modifiers
345(4)
Photodynamic Therapy
349(1)
Gene Therapy
349(1)
Unproven and Unconventional Therapies
349(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient with Cancer
350(8)
Cancer Rehabilitation
358(2)
Care of the Patient with Advanced Cancer
360(1)
Hospice
361(1)
Oncologic Emergencies
361(8)
End-of-Life Care
369(27)
Nursing and End-of-Life Care
370(3)
The Context for Death and Dying in America
370(1)
Technology and End-of-Life Care
370(1)
Sociocultural Context
371(2)
Settings for End-of-Life Care: Palliative Care Programs and Hospice
373(2)
Palliative Care
373(1)
Hospice Care
374(1)
Nursing Care of the Terminally Ill Patient
375(12)
Psychosocial Issues
376(1)
Communication
376(2)
Providing Culturally Sensitive Care at the End of Life
378(2)
Goal Setting in Palliative Care at the End of Life
380(1)
Spiritual Care
380(2)
Hope
382(1)
Managing Physiologic Responses to Illness
382(4)
Palliative Sedation at the End of Life
386(1)
Nursing Care of the Patient Who is Close to Death
387(4)
Expected Physiologic Changes When the Patient is Close to Death
387(1)
The Death Vigil
387(1)
After-Death Care
387(2)
Grief, Mourning, and Bereavement
389(2)
Coping with Death and Dying: Professional Caregiver Issues
391(5)
Unit 4 Perioperative Concepts and Nursing Management
396(64)
Preoperative Nursing Management
398(19)
Perioperative and Perianesthesia Nursing
399(3)
Preoperative Phase
399(1)
Intraoperative Phase
399(1)
Postoperative Phase
400(2)
Surgical Classifications
402(1)
Preparation for Surgery
402(5)
Informed Consent
402(1)
Assessment of Health Factors That Affect Patients Preoperatively
403(4)
Special Considerations
407(2)
The Ambulatory Surgery Patient
408(1)
Elderly Patients
408(1)
Obese Patients
408(1)
Patients with Disabilities
408(1)
Patients Undergoing Emergency Surgery
409(1)
Preoperative Nursing Interventions
409(8)
Preoperative Teaching
409(3)
Preoperative Psychosocial Interventions
412(1)
General Preoperative Nursing Interventions
412(1)
Immediate Preoperative Nursing Interventions
412(2)
Nursing Process: Care of the Patient in the Preoperative Period
414(3)
Intraoperative Nursing Management
417(19)
The Surgical Team
418(2)
The Patient
418(1)
The Circulating Nurse
419(1)
The Scrub Role
419(1)
The Surgeon
419(1)
The Registered Nurse First Assistant
419(1)
The Anesthesiologist and Anesthetist
420(1)
The Surgical Environment
420(3)
Principles of Surgical Asepsis
421(1)
Health Hazards Associated With the Surgical Environment
422(1)
The Surgical Experience
423(6)
Sedation and Anesthesia
423(1)
Methods of Anesthesia Administration
424(5)
Potential Intraoperative Complications
429(7)
Nausea and Vomiting
429(1)
Anaphylaxis
430(1)
Hypoxia and Other Respiratory Complications
430(1)
Hypothermia
431(1)
Malignant Hyperthermia
431(1)
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulopathy
431(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient During Surgery
431(5)
Postoperative Nursing Management
436(24)
The Postanesthesia Care Unit
437(5)
Phases of Postanesthesia Care
437(1)
Admitting the Patient to the PACU
437(1)
Nursing Management in the PACU
438(4)
The Hospitalized Postoperative Patient
442(18)
Receiving the Patient in the Clinical Unit
443(1)
Nursing Management After Surgery
443(1)
Nursing Process: The Hospitalized Patient Recovering From Surgery
444(16)
Unit 5 Gas Exchange and Respiratory Function
460(184)
Assessment of Respiratory Function
462(30)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
463(8)
Anatomy of the Upper Respiratory Tract
463(1)
Anatomy of the Lower Respiratory Tract: Lungs
464(2)
Function of the Respiratory System
466(5)
Assessment
471(12)
Health History
471(4)
Physical Assessment of the Upper Respiratory Structures
475(1)
Physical Assessment of the Lower Respiratory Structures and Breathing
476(6)
Physical Assessment of Breathing Ability in the Acutely Ill Patient
482(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
483(9)
Pulmonary Function Tests
483(1)
Arterial Blood Gas Studies
484(1)
Pulse Oximetry
484(1)
Cultures
485(1)
Sputum Studies
485(1)
Imaging Studies
485(1)
Endoscopic Procedures
486(2)
Thoracentesis
488(1)
Biopsy
488(4)
Management of Patients with Upper Respiratory Tract Disorders
492(24)
Upper Airway Infections
493(10)
Rhinitis
493(1)
Viral Rhinitis (Common Cold)
494(1)
Acute Sinusitis
495(2)
Chronic Sinusitis
497(1)
Acute Pharyngitis
498(1)
Chronic Pharyngitis
499(1)
Tonsillitis and Adenoiditis
499(1)
Peritonsillar Abscess
500(1)
Laryngitis
500(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Upper Airway Infection
501(2)
Obstruction and Trauma of the Upper Respiratory Airway
503(3)
Obstruction During Sleep
503(1)
Epistaxis (Nosebleed)
504(1)
Nasal Obstruction
505(1)
Fractures of the Nose
505(1)
Laryngeal Obstruction
505(1)
Cancer of the Larynx
506(10)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Laryngectomy
510(6)
Management of Patients with Chest and Lower Respiratory Tract Disorders
516(52)
Atelectasis
517(2)
Respiratory Infections
519(21)
Acute Tracheobronchitis
519(1)
Pneumonia
520(9)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Pneumonia
529(3)
Pulmonary Tuberculosis
532(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Tuberculosis
536(2)
Lung Abscess
538(2)
Pleural Conditions
540(2)
Pleurisy
540(1)
Pleural Effusion
540(1)
Empyema
541(1)
Pulmonary Edema
542(1)
Acute Respiratory Failure
543(1)
Acute Respiratory Distress Syndrome
544(2)
Pulmonary Hypertension
546(1)
Pulmonary Heart Disease (Cor Pulmonale)
547(1)
Pulmonary Embolism
548(4)
Sarcoidosis
552(1)
Occupational Lung Diseases: Pneumoconioses
552(2)
Silicosis
553(1)
Asbestosis
553(1)
Coal Workers' Pneumoconiosis
553(1)
Chest Tumors
554(3)
Lung Cancer (Bronchogenic Carcinoma)
554(3)
Tumors of the Mediastinum
557(1)
Chest Trauma
557(6)
Blunt Trauma
558(2)
Penetrating Trauma: Gunshot and Stab Wounds
560(1)
Pneumothorax
561(1)
Cardiac Tamponade
562(1)
Subcutaneous Emphysema
563(1)
Aspiration
563(5)
Management of Patients With Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
568(31)
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease
569(12)
Nursing Process: The Patient with COPD
578(3)
Bronchiectasis
581(6)
Asthma
587(8)
Status Asthmaticus
595(1)
Cystic Fibrosis
595(4)
Respiratory Care Modalities
599(45)
Noninvasive Respiratory Therapies
600(10)
Oxygen Therapy
600(5)
Intermittent Positive-Pressure Breathing
605(1)
Mini-nebulizer Therapy
605(1)
Incentive Spirometry (Sustained Maximal Inspiration)
606(1)
Chest Physiotherapy
606(4)
Airway Management
610(3)
Emergency Management of Upper Airway Obstruction
610(1)
Endotracheal Intubation
610(2)
Tracheostomy
612(1)
Mechanical Ventilation
613(13)
Indications for Mechanical Ventilation
613(1)
Classification of Ventilators
613(4)
Adjusting the Ventilator
617(1)
Assessing the Equipment
617(1)
Problems with Mechanical Ventilation
618(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient on a Ventilator
620(2)
Weaning the Patient From the Ventilator
622(4)
The Patient Undergoing Thoracic Surgery
626(18)
Preoperative Management
626(1)
Preoperative Nursing Management
626(2)
Postoperative Management
628(5)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Thoracic Surgery
633(11)
Unit 6 Cardiovascular, Circulatory, and Hematologic Function
644(294)
Assessment of Cardiovascular Function
646(36)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
647(6)
Anatomy of the Heart
647(2)
Function of the Heart: Conduction System
649(4)
Gender Differences in Cardiac Structure and Function
653(1)
Assessment
653(15)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
654(7)
Physical Assessment
661(7)
Diagnostic Evaluation
668(14)
Laboratory Tests
668(2)
Chest X-ray and Fluoroscopy
670(1)
Electrocardiography
670(1)
Cardiac Stress Testing
671(1)
Echocardiography
672(1)
Radionuclide Imaging
673(2)
Cardiac Catheterization
675(1)
Angiography
675(1)
Electrophysiologic Testing
676(1)
Hemodynamic Monitoring
677(5)
Management of Patients With Dysrhythmias and Conduction Problems
682(30)
Dysrhythmias
683(16)
Normal Electrical Conduction
683(1)
Interpretation of the Electrocardiogram
684(3)
Analyzing the Electrocardiogram Rhythm Strip
687(11)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Dysrhythmia
698(1)
Adjunctive Modalities and Management
699(13)
Pacemaker Therapy
700(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Pacemaker
703(2)
Cardioversion and Defibrillation
705(3)
Electrophysiologic Studies
708(1)
Cardiac Conduction Surgery
709(3)
Management of Patients With Coronary Vascular Disorders
712(51)
Coronary Artery Disease
713(20)
Coronary Atherosclerosis
713(6)
Angina Pectoris
719(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Angina Pectoris
723(2)
Myocardial Infarction
725(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Myocardial Infarction
729(4)
Invasive Coronary Artery Procedures
733(30)
Invasive Interventional Procedures
733(4)
Surgical Procedures
737(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient Awaiting Cardiac Surgery
739(9)
Intraoperative Nursing Management
748(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Who Has Had Cardiac Surgery
748(15)
Management of Patients With Structural, Infectious, and Inflammatory Cardiac Disorders
763(24)
Acquired Valvular Disorders
764(4)
Mitral Valve Prolapse
764(2)
Mitral Regurgitation
766(1)
Mitral Stenosis
767(1)
Aortic Regurgitation
767(1)
Aortic Stenosis
767(1)
Valvular Heart Disorders: Nursing Management
768(1)
Valve Repair and Replacement Procedures
768(4)
Valvuloplasty
768(2)
Valve Replacement
770(2)
Valvuloplasty and Replacement: Nursing Management
772(1)
Septal Repair
772(1)
Cardiomyopathies
772(6)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Cardiomyopathy
776(2)
Cardiac Tumor and Trauma Surgery
778(1)
Tumor Excision
778(1)
Trauma Repair
778(1)
Infectious Diseases of the Heart
778(9)
Rheumatic Endocarditis
778(2)
Infective Endocarditis
780(2)
Myocarditis
782(1)
Pericarditis
783(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Pericarditis
784(3)
Management of Patients With Complications From Heart Disease
787(28)
Cardiac Hemodynamics
788(1)
Noninvasive Assessment of Cardiac Hemodynamics
789(1)
Invasive Assessment of Cardiac Hemodynamics
789(1)
Heart Failure
789(17)
Chronic Heart Failure
789(12)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Heart Failure
801(4)
Acute Heart Failure (Pulmonary Edema)
805(1)
Other Complications
806(9)
Cardiogenic Shock
806(2)
Thromboembolism
808(1)
Pericardial Effusion and Cardiac Tamponade
809(1)
Myocardial Rupture
810(1)
Cardiac Arrest
810(5)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Vascular Disorders and Problems of Peripheral Circulation
815(39)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
816(4)
Anatomy of the Vascular System
816(1)
Function of the Vascular System
817(2)
Pathophysiology of the Vascular System
819(1)
Assessment
820(1)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
820(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
821(3)
Doppler Ultrasound Flow Studies
821(1)
Exercise Testing
822(1)
Duplex Ultrasonography
822(1)
Computed Tomography
823(1)
Angiography
823(1)
Air Plethysmography
824(1)
Contrast Phlebography
824(1)
Lymphangiography
824(1)
Lymphoscintigraphy
824(1)
Management of Arterial Disorders
824(18)
Arteriosclerosis and Atherosclerosis
824(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient Who Has Peripheral Arterial Insufficiency of the Extremities
826(4)
Peripheral Arterial Occlusive Disease
830(4)
Thromboangiitis Obliterans (Buerger's Disease)
834(1)
Aortitis
835(1)
Aortoiliac Disease
835(1)
Aortic Aneurysm
836(3)
Dissecting Aorta
839(1)
Other Aneurysms
839(1)
Arterial Embolism and Arterial Thrombosis
840(1)
Raynaud's Disease
841(1)
Management of Venous Disorders
842(8)
Venous Thrombosis, Deep Vein Thrombosis (DVT), Thrombophlebitis, and Phlebothrombosis
842(3)
Chronic Venous Insufficiency
845(1)
Leg Ulcers
846(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient Who Has Leg Ulcers
848(1)
Varicose Veins
849(1)
Cellulitis
850(1)
Management of Lymphatic Disorders
851(3)
Lymphangitis and Lymphadenitis
851(1)
Lymphedema and Elephantiasis
851(3)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Hypertension
854(13)
Hypertension Defined
855(1)
Primary Hypertension
855(10)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Hypertension
858(7)
Hypertensive Crises
865(2)
Hypertensive Emergency
865(1)
Hypertensive Urgency
865(2)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Hematologic Disorders
867(71)
Anatomic And Physiologic Overview
868(9)
Blood
869(1)
Bone Marrow
869(1)
Blood Cells
869(4)
Plasma and Plasma Proteins
873(1)
Reticuloendothelial System (RES)
874(1)
Hemostasis
874(1)
Pathophysiology of the Hematologic System
875(2)
Management of Hematologic Disorders
877(4)
Anemia
877(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Anemia
879(2)
Hypoproliferative Anemias
881(5)
Hemolytic Anemias
886(8)
Sickle Cell Anemia
886(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Sickle Cell Crisis
889(2)
Thalassemia
891(1)
Glucose-6-Phosphate Dehydrogenase Deficiency
891(1)
Hereditary Spherocytosis
892(1)
Immune Hemolytic Anemia
892(1)
Hereditary Hemochromatosis
893(1)
The Polycythemias
894(1)
Polycythemia Vera
894(1)
Secondary Polycythemia
895(1)
Leukopenia and Neutropenia
895(1)
Leukocytosis and the Leukemias
896(10)
Acute Myeloid Leukemia (AML)
897(3)
Chronic Myeloid Leukemia (CML)
900(1)
Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL)
900(1)
Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia (CLL)
901(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Acute Leukemia
902(3)
Agnogenic Myeloid Metaplasia (AMM)
905(1)
The Lymphomas
906(3)
Hodgkin's Disease
906(1)
Non-Hodgkin's Lymphomas (NHLs)
907(1)
Multiple Myeloma
908(1)
Bleeding Disorders
909(6)
Primary Thrombocythemia
910(1)
Secondary Thrombocytosis
911(1)
Thrombocytopenia
911(1)
Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura (ITP)
912(1)
Platelet Defects
913(1)
Hemophilia
913(2)
Von Willebrand's Disease
915(1)
Acquired Coagulation Disorders
915(7)
Liver Disease
915(1)
Vitamin K Deficiency
915(1)
Complications of Anticoagulant Therapy
916(1)
Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC)
916(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Disseminated Intravascular Coagulation (DIC)
916(3)
Thrombotic Disorders
919(3)
Therapies for Blood Disorders
922(2)
Splenectomy
922(1)
Therapeutic Apheresis
923(1)
Therapeutic Phlebotomy
923(1)
Blood and Blood Component Therapy
923(1)
Special Preparations
923(1)
Procuring Blood and Blood Products
924(4)
Blood Donation
924(2)
Complications of Blood Donation
926(1)
Blood Processing
926(1)
Transfusion
926(2)
Transfusion Complications
928(10)
Diseases Transmitted by Blood Transfusion
930(1)
Complications of Long-Term Transfusion Therapy
930(1)
Nursing Management for Transfusion Reactions
930(1)
Pharmacologic Alternatives to Blood Transfusions
931(1)
Peripheral Blood Stem Cell Transplantation (PBSCT) and Bone Marrow Transplantation (BMT)
931(7)
Unit 7 Digestive and Gastrointestinal Function
938(134)
Assessment of Digestive and Gastrointestinal Function
940(18)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
941(4)
Anatomy of the Gastrointestinal Tract
941(1)
Function of the Digestive System
941(4)
Assessment
945(2)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
945(1)
Physical Assessment
946(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
947(9)
Stool Tests
947(1)
Breath Tests
948(1)
Abdominal Ultrasonography
948(1)
DNA Testing
949(1)
Imaging Studies
949(2)
Endoscopic Procedures
951(3)
Manometry and Electrophysiologic Studies
954(1)
Gastric Analysis, Gastric Acid Stimulation Test, and pH Monitoring
955(1)
Laparoscopy (Peritoneoscopy)
955(1)
Pathophysiologic and Psychological Considerations
956(2)
Management of Patients With Oral and Esophageal Disorders
958(26)
Disorders of the Teeth
959(3)
Dental Plaque and Caries
959(2)
Dentoalveolar Abscess or Periapical Abscess
961(1)
Malocclusion
962(1)
Disorders of the Jaw
962(1)
Temporomandibular Disorders
962(1)
Disorders of the Salivary Glands
963(1)
Parotitis
963(1)
Sialadenitis
963(1)
Salivary Calculus (Sialolithiasis)
963(1)
Neoplasms
964(1)
Cancer of the Oral Cavity
964(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Conditions of the Oral Cavity
965(3)
Neck Dissection
968(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing a Neck Dissection
969(3)
Disorders of the Esophagus
972(12)
Dysphagia
972(1)
Achalasia
972(3)
Diffuse Spasm
975(2)
Hiatal Hernia
977(1)
Diverticulum
977(1)
Perforation
978(1)
Foreign Bodies
978(1)
Chemical Burns
978(1)
Gastroesophageal Reflux Disease
979(1)
Barrett's Esophagus
979(1)
Benign Tumors of the Esophagus
979(1)
Cancer of the Esophagus
979(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Condition of the Esophagus
981(3)
Gastrointestinal Intubation and Special Nutritional Modalities
984(26)
Gastrointestinal Intubation
985(7)
Short Tubes
985(1)
Medium Tubes
986(1)
Long Tubes
986(1)
Nursing Management of Patients Undergoing Nasogastric or Nasoenteric Intubation
987(5)
Tube Feedings With Nasogastric and Nasoenteric Devices
992(6)
Osmosis and Osmolality
992(1)
Tube Feeding Formulas
992(1)
Tube Feeding Administration Methods
993(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Receiving a Tube Feeding
993(5)
Gastrostomy
998(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Gastrostomy
999(2)
Parenteral Nutrition
1001(9)
Establishing Positive Nitrogen Balance
1001(1)
Clinical Indications
1002(1)
Formulas
1002(1)
Initiating Therapy
1002(1)
Administration Methods
1002(2)
Discontinuing Parenteral Nutrition
1004(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Receiving Parenteral Nutrition
1004(6)
Management of Patients With Gastric and Duodenal Disorders
1010(18)
Gastritis
1011(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Gastritis
1011(4)
Gastric and Duodenal Ulcers
1015(6)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Ulcer Disease
1017(4)
Morbid Obesity
1021(1)
Gastric Cancer
1022(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Gastric Cancer
1023(2)
Gastric Surgery
1025(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Gastric Surgery
1025(3)
Management of Patients With Intestinal and Rectal Disorders
1028(44)
Abnormalities of Fecal Elimination
1029(5)
Constipation
1029(1)
Diarrhea
1030(2)
Fecal Incontinence
1032(1)
Irritable Bowel Syndrome
1033(1)
Conditions of Malabsorption
1034(1)
Acute Inflammatory Intestinal Disorders
1034(6)
Appendicitis
1034(3)
Diverticular Disease
1037(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Diverticulitis
1038(1)
Peritonitis
1039(1)
Inflammatory Bowel Disease
1040(14)
Regional Enteritis (Crohn's Disease)
1041(1)
Ulcerative Colitis
1042(2)
Nursing Process: Management of the Patient With Inflammatory Bowel Disease
1044(3)
Nursing Management of the Patient Requiring an Ileostomy
1047(7)
Intestinal Obstruction
1054(12)
Small Bowel Obstruction
1055(1)
Large Bowel Obstruction
1056(1)
Colorectal Cancer
1056(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Colorectal Cancer
1058(7)
Polyps of the Colon and Rectum
1065(1)
Diseases of the Anorectum
1066(6)
Anorectal Abscess
1066(1)
Anal Fistula
1066(1)
Anal Fissure
1066(1)
Hemorrhoids
1066(1)
Sexually Transmitted Anorectal Diseases
1067(1)
Pilonidal Sinus or Cyst
1067(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With an Anorectal Condition
1068(4)
Unit 8 Metabolic and Endocrine Function
1072(176)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Hepatic Disorders
1074(49)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1075(2)
Anatomy of the Liver
1075(1)
Functions of the Liver
1076(1)
Assessment
1077(1)
Health History
1077(1)
Physical Examination
1078(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1078(3)
Liver Function Tests
1078(1)
Liver Biopsy
1078(3)
Other Diagnostic Tests
1081(1)
Hepatic Dysfunction
1081(12)
Jaundice
1081(1)
Portal Hypertension
1082(1)
Ascites
1082(3)
Esophageal Varices
1085(5)
Hepatic Encephalopathy and Coma
1090(3)
Other Manifestations of Liver Dysfunction
1093(1)
Management of Patients With Viral Hepatic Disorders
1093(7)
Viral Hepatitis
1093(1)
Hepatitis A Virus (HAV)
1094(3)
Hepatitis B Virus (HBV)
1097(2)
Hepatitis C Virus (HCV)
1099(1)
Hepatitis D Virus (HDV)
1100(1)
Hepatitis E Virus (HEV)
1100(1)
Hepatitis G (HGV) and GB Virus-C
1100(1)
Management of Patients With Nonviral Hepatic Disorders
1100(13)
Toxic Hepatitis
1100(1)
Drug-Induced Hepatitis
1100(1)
Fulminant Hepatic Failure
1101(1)
Hepatic Cirrhosis
1101(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Hepatic Cirrhosis
1103(10)
Cancer of the Liver
1113(2)
Primary Liver Tumors
1113(1)
Liver Metastases
1113(2)
Liver Transplantation
1115(3)
Surgical Procedure
1116(1)
Complications
1117(1)
Liver Abscesses
1118(5)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Biliary Disorders
1123(26)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1124(2)
Anatomy of the Gallbladder
1124(1)
Function of the Gallbladder
1124(1)
The Pancreas
1124(2)
Disorders of the Gallbladder
1126(9)
Cholecystitis
1126(1)
Cholelithiasis
1126(7)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Surgery for Gallbladder Disease
1133(2)
Disorders of the Pancreas
1135(14)
Acute Pancreatitis
1135(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Acute Pancreatitis
1138(4)
Chronic Pancreatitis
1142(1)
Pancreatic Cysts
1143(1)
Cancer of the Pancreas
1144(1)
Tumors of the Head of the Pancreas
1145(2)
Pancreatic Islet Tumors
1147(1)
Hyperinsulinism
1147(1)
Ulcerogenic Tumors
1147(2)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Diabetes Mellitus
1149(55)
Classification of Diabetes
1151(4)
Overview
1151(1)
Physiology and Pathophysiology of Diabetes
1151(2)
Type 1 Diabetes
1153(1)
Type 2 Diabetes
1153(1)
Gestational Diabetes
1154(1)
Diabetes Management
1155(16)
Nutritional Management
1156(4)
Exercise
1160(1)
Monitoring Glucose Levels and Ketones
1161(2)
Pharmacologic Therapy
1163(8)
Nursing Management
1171(7)
Education
1171(1)
Developing a Diabetic Teaching Plan
1172(1)
Implementing the Plan
1173(5)
Acute Complications of Diabetes
1178(10)
Hypoglycemia (Insulin Reactions)
1178(2)
Diabetic Ketoacidosis
1180(3)
Hyperglycemic Hyperosmolar Nonketotic Syndrome
1183(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Newly Diagnosed With Diabetes Mellitus
1184(4)
Long-Term Complications of Diabetes
1188(7)
Macrovascular Complications
1188(1)
Microvascular Complications and Diabetic Retinopathy
1189(2)
Nephropathy
1191(1)
Diabetic Neuropathies
1192(2)
Foot and Leg Problems
1194(1)
Special Issues in Diabetes Care
1195(9)
The Patient With Diabetes Undergoing Surgery
1195(1)
Management of Hospitalized Diabetic Patients
1196(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Diabetes as a Secondary Diagnosis
1198(6)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Endocrine Disorders
1204(44)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1205(1)
Glands of the Endocrine System
1205(1)
Function and Regulation of Hormones
1206(1)
Classification and Action of Hormones
1206(1)
Assessment
1206(1)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
1206(1)
Physical Assessment
1207(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1207(2)
Management of Patients With Pituitary Disorders
1209(3)
Pituitary Function and Dysfunction
1209(2)
Diabetes Insipidus
1211(1)
Syndrome of Inappropriate Antidiuretic Hormone Secretion
1212(1)
Management of Patients With Thyroid Disorders
1212(19)
Thyroid Function and Dysfunction
1212(3)
Abnormal Thyroid Function
1215(1)
Hypothyroidism
1215(6)
Hyperthyroidism
1221(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Hyperthyroidism
1224(2)
Thyroiditis
1226(1)
Thyroid Tumors
1226(1)
Endemic (Iodine-Deficient) Goiter
1227(1)
Nodular Goiter
1227(1)
Thyroid Cancer
1228(3)
Management of Patients With Parathyroid Disorders
1231(3)
Parathyroid Function
1231(1)
Hyperparathyroidism
1231(1)
Hypoparathyroidism
1232(2)
Management of Patients With Adrenal Disorders
1234(9)
Adrenal Function
1234(1)
Pheochromocytoma
1235(2)
Adrenocortical Insufficiency (Addison's Disease)
1237(2)
Cushing's Syndrome
1239(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Cushing's Syndrome
1240(3)
Corticosteroid Therapy
1243(5)
Side Effects
1244(1)
Therapeutic Uses of Corticosteroids
1244(1)
Dosage
1244(1)
Tapering
1245(3)
Unit 9 Renal and Urinary Tract Function
1248(118)
Assessment of Renal and Urinary Tract Function
1250(21)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1251(6)
Anatomy of the Upper and Lower Urinary Tracts
1251(2)
Physiology of the Upper and Lower Urinary Tracts
1253(4)
Assessment
1257(4)
Health History
1257(2)
Physical Examination
1259(2)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1261(7)
Urinalysis and Urine Culture
1261(1)
Renal Function Tests
1262(1)
X-Ray Films and Other Imaging Modalities
1262(3)
Urologic Endoscopic Procedures
1265(1)
Biopsy
1266(1)
Urodynamic Tests
1267(1)
Nursing Implications
1268(3)
Nursing Diagnosis
1268(1)
Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation
1268(3)
Management of Patients With Upper or Lower Urinary Tract Dysfunction
1271(38)
Fluid and Electrolyte Imbalances in Renal Disorders
1272(1)
Dysfunctional Voiding Patterns
1273(12)
Congenital Voiding Dysfunction
1274(1)
Adult Voiding Dysfunction
1274(1)
Urinary Incontinence
1275(3)
Urinary Retention
1278(2)
Neurogenic Bladder
1280(5)
Dialysis
1285(13)
Hemodialysis
1285(5)
Continuous Renal Replacement Therapies
1290(1)
Peritoneal Dialysis
1291(6)
Special Considerations: Care of the Hospitalized Dialysis Patient
1297(1)
Kidney Surgery
1298(11)
Preoperative Considerations
1298(1)
Perioperative Concerns
1299(1)
Postoperative Management
1299(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Kidney Surgery
1300(9)
Management of Patients With Urinary Disorders
1309(57)
Infections of the Urinary Tract
1310(7)
Lower Urinary Tract Infections
1310(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Lower Urinary Tract Infection
1314(1)
Upper Urinary Tract Infection: Acute Pyelonephritis
1315(1)
Upper Urinary Tract Infection: Chronic Pyelonephritis
1316(1)
Primary Glomerular Diseases
1317(4)
Acute Glomerulonephritis
1317(2)
Chronic Glomerulonephritis
1319(1)
Nephrotic Syndrome
1320(1)
Renal Failure
1321(13)
Acute Renal Failure
1321(5)
Chronic Renal Failure (End-Stage Renal Disease)
1326(8)
Kidney Transplantation
1334(3)
Preoperative Management
1335(1)
Postoperative Management
1335(2)
Urolithiasis
1337(5)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Kidney Stones
1341(1)
Genitourinary Trauma
1342(2)
Renal Trauma
1343(1)
Ureteral Trauma
1343(1)
Bladder Trauma
1343(1)
Urethral Trauma
1343(1)
Urinary Tract Cancers
1344(3)
Cancer of the Kidney
1344(2)
Cancer of the Bladder
1346(1)
Urinary Diversions
1347(10)
Cutaneous Urinary Diversions
1348(4)
Continent Urinary Diversions
1352(1)
Other Urinary Diversion Procedures
1353(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Urinary Diversion Surgery
1353(4)
Other Urinary Tract Disorders
1357(9)
Unit 10 Reproductive Function
1366(152)
Assessment and Management of Female Physiologic Processes
1368(42)
Role of Nurses in Women's Health
1369(1)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1370(2)
Anatomy of the Female Reproductive System
1370(1)
Function of the Female Reproductive System
1370(2)
Assessment
1372(9)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
1372(5)
Physical Assessment
1377(4)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1381(4)
Cytologic Test for Cancer (Pap Smear)
1381(1)
Colposcopy and Cervical Biopsy
1381(1)
Cryotherapy and Laser Therapy
1381(1)
Cone Biopsy and LEEP
1382(1)
Endometrial (Aspiration) Biopsy
1382(2)
Dilation and Curettage
1384(1)
Endoscopic Examinations
1384(1)
Other Diagnostic Procedures
1385(1)
Management of Normal and Altered Female Physiologic Processes
1385(7)
Menstruation
1385(1)
Perimenopause
1386(1)
Menopause
1387(2)
Premenstrual Syndrome
1389(2)
Dysmenorrhea
1391(1)
Amenorrhea
1391(1)
Abnormal Uterine Bleeding
1392(1)
Management of Normal and Altered Female Reproductive Function
1392(18)
Dyspareunia
1392(1)
Contraception
1392(6)
Abortion
1398(5)
Ectopic Pregnancy
1403(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With an Ectopic Pregnancy
1405(5)
Management of Patients With Female Reproductive Disorders
1410(35)
Vulvovaginal Infections
1411(11)
Candidiasis
1412(1)
Seminal Plasma Protein Allergy
1413(1)
Bacterial Vaginosis
1413(1)
Trichomoniasis
1413(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Vulvovaginal Infection
1414(1)
Human Papillomavirus
1415(1)
Herpesvirus Type 2 Infection (Herpes Genitalis, Herpes Simplex Virus)
1416(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Genital Herpesvirus Infection
1416(1)
Toxic Shock Syndrome
1417(2)
Endocervicitis and Cervicitis
1419(1)
Chlamydia and Gonorrhea
1419(1)
Pelvic Infection (Pelvic Inflammatory Disease)
1420(1)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus Infection and Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome
1421(1)
Structural Disorders
1422(3)
Fistulas of the Vagina
1422(1)
Pelvic Organ Prolapse: Cystocele, Rectocele, Enterocele
1422(1)
Uterine Prolapse
1423(2)
Benign Disorders
1425(4)
Malignant Conditions
1429(8)
Cancer of the Cervix
1429(2)
Pregnancy-Related Neoplasm
1431(1)
Cancer of the Uterus (Endometrium)
1432(1)
Cancer of the Vulva
1432(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Vulvar Surgery
1433(2)
Cancer of the Vagina
1435(1)
Cancer of the Fallopian Tubes
1435(1)
Cancer of the Ovary
1435(2)
Hysterectomy
1437(2)
Preoperative Management
1437(1)
Postoperative Management
1437(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing a Hysterectomy
1437(2)
Radiation Therapy
1439(6)
Side Effects of Radiation Therapy
1439(1)
Methods of Radiation Therapy
1440(5)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Breast Disorders
1445(40)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1446(1)
Assessment
1447(3)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
1447(1)
Physical Assessment: Female Breast
1447(3)
Physical Assessment: Male Breast
1450(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1450(3)
Breast Self-Examination
1450(2)
Mammography
1452(1)
Ultrasonography
1452(1)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
1453(1)
Procedures for Tissue Analysis
1453(1)
Nursing Care of the Patient Undergoing a Breast Biopsy
1453(1)
Overview of Breast Conditions and Diseases
1454(1)
Conditions Affecting the Nipple
1454(1)
Breast Infections
1454(1)
Benign Conditions of the Breast
1455(1)
Fibrocystic Breast Changes
1455(1)
Fibroadenomas
1456(1)
Other Benign Conditions
1456(1)
Benign Proliferative Breast Disease
1456(1)
Malignant Conditions of the Breast
1456(1)
Carcinoma in Situ (Noninvasive)
1456(1)
Invasive Carcinoma
1457(1)
Current Research in Breast Cancer
1457(1)
Prophylactic Mastectomy
1458(1)
Breast Cancer
1458(9)
Special Issues in Breast Cancer Management
1467(11)
Reconstructive Surgery
1467(1)
Prosthetics
1467(1)
Quality of Life and Breast Cancer
1468(1)
Pregnancy and Breast Cancer
1468(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Breast Cancer
1469(6)
Recurrent Breast Cancer
1475(3)
Reconstructive Breast Surgery
1478(3)
Reduction Mammoplasty
1479(1)
Augmentation Mammoplasty
1479(1)
Reconstructive Procedures After Mastectomy
1479(2)
Diseases of the Male Breast
1481(4)
Gynecomastia
1481(1)
Male Breast Cancer
1481(4)
Assessment and Management of Problems Related to Male Reproductive Processes
1485(33)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1486(1)
Testicular Development
1486(1)
Glandular Function
1487(1)
Assessment
1487(2)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
1487(1)
Physical Assessment
1488(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1489(1)
Prostate-Specific Antigen Test
1489(1)
Ultrasonography
1489(1)
Prostate Fluid or Tissue Analysis
1489(1)
Tests of Male Sexual Function
1489(1)
Disorders of Male Sexual Function
1489(2)
Erectile Dysfunction
1489(2)
Ejaculation Problems
1491(1)
Infections of the Male Genitourinary Tract
1491(3)
Conditions of the Prostate
1494(14)
Prostatitis
1494(1)
Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia (Enlarged Prostate)
1494(1)
Cancer of the Prostate
1495(7)
The Patient Undergoing Prostate Surgery
1502(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Prostatectomy
1503(5)
Conditions Affecting the Testes and Adjacent Structures
1508(4)
Undescended Testis (Cryptorchidism)
1508(1)
Orchitis
1508(1)
Epididymitis
1508(1)
Testicular Cancer
1509(2)
Hydrocele
1511(1)
Varicocele
1511(1)
Vasectomy
1511(1)
Conditions Affecting the Penis
1512(6)
Hypospadias and Epispadias
1512(1)
Phimosis
1512(1)
Cancer of the Penis
1512(1)
Priapism
1512(1)
Peyronie's Disease
1513(1)
Urethral Stricture
1513(1)
Circumcision
1513(5)
Unit 11 Immunologic Function
1518(118)
Assessment of Immune Function
1520(17)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1521(9)
Anatomy of the Immune System
1521(1)
Immune Function: Defenses and Responses
1522(8)
Advances in Immunology
1530(1)
Genetic Engineering
1530(1)
Stem Cells
1530(1)
Immunoregulation
1531(1)
Assessment
1531(4)
Health History
1531(4)
Physical Examination
1535(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1535(2)
Management of Patients With Immunodeficiency
1537(10)
Primary Immunodeficiencies
1538(5)
Phagocytic Dysfunction
1538(2)
B-Cell Deficiencies
1540(1)
T-Cell Deficiencies
1541(1)
Combined B-Cell and T-Cell Deficiencies
1542(1)
Deficiencies of the Complement System
1542(1)
Secondary Immunodeficiencies
1543(1)
Nursing Management For Patients With Immunodeficiencies
1543(4)
Management of Patients With HIV Infection and AIDS
1547(33)
HIV Infection and AIDS
1548(28)
Nursing Process: The Patient With AIDS
1565(11)
Emotional and Ethical Concerns
1576(4)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Allergic Disorders
1580(25)
Allergic Reaction: Physiologic Overview
1581(5)
Function and Production of Immunoglobulins
1581(1)
Function of Antigens
1582(1)
Function of Chemical Mediators
1582(2)
Hypersensitivity
1584(2)
Assessment
1586(1)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
1586(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1586(3)
Complete Blood Count With Differential
1586(1)
Eosinophil Count
1586(1)
Total Serum Immunoglobulin E Levels
1586(1)
Skin Tests
1586(3)
Provocative Testing
1589(1)
Radioallergosorbent Test
1589(1)
Allergic Disorders
1589(14)
Anaphylaxis
1589(2)
Allergic Rhinitis
1591(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Allergic Rhinitis
1595(2)
Contact Dermatitis
1597(1)
Atopic Dermatitis
1597(1)
Dermatitis Medicamentosa (Drug Reactions)
1598(1)
Urticaria and Angioneurotic Edema
1599(1)
Hereditary Angioedema
1599(1)
Food Allergy
1599(1)
Serum Sickness
1600(1)
Latex Allergy
1600(3)
New Approaches to Treatment of Allergic Diseases
1603(2)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Rheumatic Disorders
1605(31)
Rheumatic Diseases
1606(14)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Rheumatic Disease
1612(8)
Diffuse Connective Tissue Diseases
1620(7)
Rheumatoid Arthritis
1621(2)
Systemic Lupus Erythematosus
1623(2)
Scleroderma
1625(1)
Polymyositis
1626(1)
Polymyalgia Rheumatica
1626(1)
Degenerative Joint Disease (Osteoarthritis)
1627(1)
Spondyloarthropathies
1628(1)
Ankylosing Spondylitis
1629(1)
Reactive Arthritis (Reiter's Syndrome)
1629(1)
Psoriatic Arthritis
1629(1)
Metabolic and Endocrine Diseases Associated With Rheumatic Disorders
1629(2)
Gout
1630(1)
Fibromyalgia
1631(1)
Arthritis Associated With Infectious Organisms
1631(1)
Neoplasms and Neurovascular, Bone, and Extra-Articular Disorders
1631(1)
Miscellaneous Disorders
1632(4)
Unit 12 Integumentary Function
1636(108)
Assessment of Integumentary Function
1638(16)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1639(5)
Anatomy of the Skin, Hair, Nails, and Glands of the Skin
1639(3)
Functions of the Skin
1642(2)
Assessment
1644(8)
Health History and Clinical Manifestations
1644(1)
Physical Assessment
1645(7)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1652(2)
Skin Biopsy
1652(1)
Immunofluorescence
1652(1)
Patch Testing
1652(1)
Skin Scrapings
1652(1)
Tzanck Smear
1652(1)
Wood's Light Examination
1652(1)
Clinical Photographs
1653(1)
Management of Patients With Dermatologic Problems
1654(49)
Skin Care for Patients With Skin Conditions
1655(1)
Wound Care for Skin Conditions
1655(5)
Pruritus
1660(5)
Secretory Disorders
1665(3)
Hydradenitis Suppurativa
1665(1)
Seborrheic Dermatoses
1665(1)
Acne Vulgaris
1666(2)
Bacterial Infections: Pyodermas
1668(2)
Impetigo
1668(1)
Folliculitis, Furuncles, and Carbuncles
1669(1)
Viral Skin Infections
1670(2)
Herpes Zoster
1670(1)
Herpes Simplex
1671(1)
Orolabial Herpes
1671(1)
Genital Herpes
1671(1)
Fungal (Mycotic) Infections
1672(2)
Parasitic Skin Infestation
1674(2)
Contact Dermatitis
1676(1)
Noninfectious Inflammatory Dermatoses
1676(5)
Psoriasis
1676(3)
Nursing Process: Care of the Patient With Psoriasis
1679(2)
Exfoliative Dermatitis
1681(1)
Blistering Diseases
1681(5)
Pemphigus
1681(1)
Bullous Pemphigoid
1682(1)
Dermatitis Herpetiformis
1682(1)
Herpes Gestationis
1682(1)
Nursing Process: Care of the Patient With Blistering Diseases
1683(1)
Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis and Stevens-Johnson Syndrome
1684(1)
Nursing Process: Care of the Patient With Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis
1685(1)
Ulcerations
1686(1)
Benign Tumors of the Skin
1686(1)
Malignant Tumors of the Skin: Skin Cancer
1687(7)
Basal Cell and Squamous Cell Carcinoma
1688(2)
Malignant Melanoma
1690(1)
Nursing Process: Care of the Patient With Malignant Melanoma
1691(3)
Metastatic Skin Tumors
1694(1)
Other Malignancies of the Skin
1694(1)
Kaposi's Sarcoma
1694(1)
Basal and Squamous Cell Carcinomas in the Immunocompromised Population
1694(1)
Dermatologic and Plastic Reconstructive Surgery
1695(5)
Wound Coverage: Grafts and Flaps
1695(2)
Chemical Face Peeling
1697(1)
Dermabrasion
1697(1)
Facial Reconstructive Surgery
1697(1)
Nursing Process: Care of the Patient With Facial Reconstruction
1698(2)
Face Lift
1700(1)
Laser Treatment of Cutaneous Lesions
1700(3)
Argon Laser
1700(1)
Carbon Dioxide Laser
1700(1)
Pulse-Dye Laser
1701(2)
Management of Patients With Burn Injury
1703(41)
Incidence of Burn Injury
1704(1)
Outlook for Survival and Recovery
1705(1)
Pathophysiology of Burns
1705(5)
Classification of Burns
1705(1)
Local and Systemic Responses to Burns
1706(4)
Management of the Patient With a Burn Injury
1710(29)
Emergent/Resuscitative Phase of Burn Care
1710(8)
Acute or Intermediate Phase of Burn Care
1718(8)
Disorders of Wound Healing
1726(9)
Rehabilitation Phase of Burn Care
1735(4)
Burn Care in the Home
1739(5)
Unit 13 Sensorineural Function
1744(74)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Eye and Vision Disorders
1746(43)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1747(3)
Assessment
1750(1)
Ocular Examination
1750(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1751(2)
Impaired Vision
1753(4)
Refractive Errors
1753(1)
Low Vision and Blindness
1753(4)
Glaucoma
1757(4)
Cataracts
1761(3)
Corneal Disorders
1764(3)
Corneal Dystrophies
1764(1)
Keratoconus
1765(1)
Corneal Surgeries
1765(1)
Refractive Surgeries
1766(1)
Retinal Disorders
1767(4)
Retinal Detachment
1767(1)
Retinal Vascular Disorders
1768(1)
Macular Degeneration
1769(2)
Orbital and Ocular Trauma
1771(3)
Infectious and Inflammatory Conditions
1774(4)
Dry Eye Syndrome
1774(1)
Conjunctivitis
1775(2)
Uveitis
1777(1)
Orbital Cellulitis
1777(1)
Orbital and Ocular Tumors
1778(2)
Benign Tumors
1778(1)
Malignant Tumors
1778(2)
Surgical Procedures and Enucleation
1780(1)
Orbital Surgeries
1780(1)
Enucleation
1780(1)
Ocular Consequences of Systemic Disease
1781(1)
Diabetic Retinopathy
1781(1)
Cytomegalovirus Retinitis
1781(1)
Hypertension-Related Eye Changes
1782(1)
Concepts in Ocular Medication Administration
1782(3)
Commonly Used Ocular Medications
1783(1)
Nursing Management
1784(1)
Issues in Ophthalmology
1785(1)
Nursing Considerations
1786(3)
Assessment and Management of Patients With Hearing and Balance Disorders
1789(29)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1790(3)
Anatomy of the External Ear
1790(1)
Anatomy of the Middle Ear
1790(2)
Anatomy of the Inner Ear
1792(1)
Function of the Ears
1793(1)
Assessment
1793(2)
Inspection of the External Ear
1793(1)
Otoscopic Examination
1793(2)
Evaluation of Gross Auditory Acuity
1795(1)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1795(2)
Hearing Loss
1797(3)
Conditions of the External Ear
1800(1)
Cerumen Impaction
1800(1)
Foreign Bodies
1800(1)
External Otitis (Otitis Externa)
1800(1)
Malignant External Otitis
1801(1)
Masses of the External Ear
1801(1)
Gapping Earring Puncture
1801(1)
Conditions of the Middle Ear
1801(5)
Tympanic Membrane Perforation
1801(1)
Acute Otitis Media
1801(1)
Serous Otitis Media
1802(1)
Chronic Otitis Media
1802(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Mastoid Surgery
1803(2)
Otosclerosis
1805(1)
Middle Ear Masses
1805(1)
Conditions of the Inner Ear
1806(6)
Motion Sickness
1806(1)
Meniere's Disease
1807(1)
Labyrinthitis
1808(1)
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo
1808(1)
Ototoxicity
1808(1)
Acoustic Neuroma
1808(4)
Aural Rehabilitation
1812(6)
Hearing Aids
1812(2)
Implanted Hearing Devices
1814(1)
Hearing Guide Dogs
1815(3)
Unit 14 Neurologic Function
1818(182)
Assessment of Neurologic Function
1820(29)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
1821(13)
Anatomy of the Nervous System
1821(13)
Assessment: The Neurologic Examination
1834(8)
Health History
1834(1)
Clinical Manifestations
1834(1)
Physical Examination
1835(7)
Diagnostic Evaluation
1842(7)
Computed Tomography Scanning
1842(1)
Positron Emission Tomography
1842(1)
Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography
1843(1)
Magnetic Resonance Imaging
1843(1)
Cerebral Angiography
1844(1)
Myelography
1844(1)
Noninvasive Carotid Flow Studies
1844(1)
Transcranial Doppler
1844(1)
Electroencephalography
1845(1)
Evoked Potential Studies
1845(1)
Electromyography
1845(1)
Nerve Conduction Studies
1846(1)
Lumbar Puncture and Examination of Cerebrospinal Fluid
1846(3)
Management of Patients With Neurologic Dysfunction
1849(38)
Altered Level of Consciousness
1850(6)
Nursing Process: The Patient With an Altered Level of Consciousness
1851(5)
Increased Intracranial Pressure
1856(10)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Increased ICP
1860(6)
Intracranial Surgery
1866(7)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Intracranial Surgery
1868(5)
Transsphenoidal Surgery
1873(1)
Seizure Disorders
1873(8)
Seizures
1873(1)
The Epilepsies
1874(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Epilepsy
1877(3)
Status Epilepticus
1880(1)
Headache
1881(6)
Management of Patients With Cerebrovascular Disorders
1887(23)
Ischemic Stroke
1888(14)
Nursing Process: The Patient Recovering from an Ischemic Stroke
1895(7)
Hemorrhagic Stroke
1902(8)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Hemorrhagic Stroke
1905(5)
Management of Patients With Neurologic Trauma
1910(32)
Head Injuries
1911(2)
Brain Injury
1913(13)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Brain Injury
1917(9)
Spinal Cord Injury
1926(16)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Acute Spinal Cord Injury
1931(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Quadriplegia or Paraplegia
1935(7)
Management of Patients With Neurologic Infections, Autoimmune Disorders, and Neuropathies
1942(27)
Infectious Neurologic Disorders
1943(6)
Meningitis
1943(2)
Brain Abscess
1945(1)
Herpes Simplex Virus Encephalitis
1946(1)
Arthropod-Borne Virus Encephalitis
1947(1)
Fungal Encephalitis
1947(1)
Creutzfeldt-Jakob and New-Variant Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease
1948(1)
Autoimmune Processes
1949(13)
Multiple Sclerosis
1949(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Multiple Sclerosis
1952(4)
Myasthenia Gravis
1956(2)
Guillain-Barre Syndrome
1958(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Guillain-Barre Syndrome
1959(3)
Cranial Nerve Disorders
1962(4)
Trigeminal Neuralgia (Tic Douloureux)
1962(3)
Bell's Palsy
1965(1)
Disorders of the Peripheral Nervous System
1966(3)
Peripheral Neuropathies
1966(1)
Mononeuropathy
1966(3)
Management of Patients With Oncologic or Degenerative Neurologic Disorders
1969(31)
Oncologic Disorders of the Brain and Spinal Cord
1970(9)
Primary Brain Tumors
1970(5)
Cerebral Metastases
1975(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Cerebral Metastases or Incurable Brain Tumor
1975(2)
Spinal Cord Tumors
1977(2)
Degenerative Disorders
1979(21)
Parkinson's Disease
1979(4)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Parkinson's Disease
1983(3)
Huntington's Disease
1986(1)
Alzheimer's Disease
1987(1)
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis
1988(1)
Muscular Dystrophies
1989(1)
Degenerative Disk Disease
1990(2)
Herniation of a Cervical Intervertebral Disk
1992(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing a Cervical Discectomy
1992(2)
Herniation of a Lumbar Disk
1994(2)
Post-Polio Syndrome
1996(4)
Unit 15 Musculoskeletal Function
2000(112)
Assessment of Musculoskeletal Function
2002(15)
Anatomic and Physiologic Overview
2003(4)
Structure and Function of the Skeletal System
2003(2)
Structure and Function of the Articular System
2005(1)
Structure and Function of the Skeletal Muscle System
2006(1)
Assessment
2007(7)
Health History
2007(3)
Physical Assessment
2010(4)
Diagnostic Evaluation
2014(1)
Imaging Procedures
2014(1)
Nuclear Studies
2014(1)
Endoscopic Studies
2014(1)
Other Studies
2015(1)
Laboratory Studies
2015(1)
Nursing Implications
2015(2)
Musculoskeletal Care Modalities
2017(29)
Managing Care of the Patient in a Cast
2018(5)
Casting Materials
2018(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient in a Cast
2019(4)
Specific Cast Management Considerations
2023(1)
Arm Casts
2023(1)
Leg Casts
2023(1)
Body or Spica Casts
2024(1)
Managing the Patient With Splints and Braces
2024(1)
Managing the Patient With An External Fixator
2025(1)
Managing the Patient in Traction
2025(6)
Principles of Effective Traction
2026(1)
Skin Traction
2026(2)
Skeletal Traction
2028(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient in Traction
2029(2)
Managing the Patient Undergoing Orthopedic Surgery
2031(15)
Joint Replacement
2031(1)
Total Hip Replacement
2032(3)
Total Knee Replacement
2035(4)
Nursing Process: Preoperative Care of the Patient Undergoing Orthopedic Surgery
2039(2)
Nursing Process: Postoperative Care of the Patient Undergoing Orthopedic Surgery
2041(5)
Management of Patients With Musculoskeletal Disorders
2046(29)
Common Musculoskeletal Problems
2047(5)
Acute Low Back Pain
2047(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Acute Low Back Pain
2048(4)
Common Problems of the Upper Extremity
2052(2)
Bursitis and Tendinitis
2052(1)
Loose Bodies
2052(1)
Impingement Syndrome
2052(1)
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
2052(1)
Ganglion
2052(1)
Dupuytren's Contracture
2053(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Surgery of the Hand or Wrist
2053(1)
Common Foot Problems
2054(3)
Plantar Fasciitis
2055(1)
Corn
2055(1)
Callus
2055(1)
Ingrown Toenail
2055(1)
Hammer Toe
2055(1)
Hallux Valgus
2055(1)
Pes Cavus
2056(1)
Morton's Neuroma
2056(1)
Flatfoot
2056(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing Foot Surgery
2056(1)
Metabolic Bone Disorders
2057(7)
Osteoporosis
2057(3)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Spontaneous Vertebral Fracture Related to Osteoporosis
2060(3)
Osteomalacia
2063(1)
Paget's Disease
2063(1)
Musculoskeletal Infections
2064(4)
Osteomyelitis
2064(2)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Osteomyelitis
2066(1)
Septic (Infectious) Arthritis
2067(1)
Bone Tumors
2068(7)
Benign Bone Tumors
2068(1)
Malignant Bone Tumors
2068(1)
Metastatic Bone Disease
2068(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Bone Tumor
2069(6)
Management of Patients With Musculoskeletal Trauma
2075(37)
Contusions, Strains, and Sprains
2076(1)
Joint Dislocations
2076(1)
Sports-Related Injuries
2077(2)
Rotator Cuff Tears
2078(1)
Epicondylitis (Tennis Elbow)
2078(1)
Lateral and Medial Collateral Ligament Injury
2078(1)
Anterior and Posterior Cruciate Ligament Injury
2079(1)
Meniscal Injuries
2079(1)
Rupture of the Achilles Tendon
2079(1)
Fractures
2079(4)
Fracture Healing and Complications (Early and Delayed)
2083(3)
Shock (Early)
2083(1)
Fat Embolism Syndrome (Early)
2083(1)
Compartment Syndrome (Early)
2084(1)
Other Early Complications
2085(1)
Delayed Union and Nonunion (Delayed)
2085(1)
Avascular Necrosis of Bone (Delayed)
2086(1)
Reaction to Internal Fixation Devices (Delayed)
2086(1)
Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (Delayed)
2086(1)
Heterotrophic Ossification (Delayed)
2086(1)
Fractures of Specific Sites
2086(17)
Clavicle
2087(1)
Humeral Neck
2087(1)
Humeral Shaft
2087(2)
Elbow
2089(1)
Radial Head
2089(1)
Radial and Ulnar Shafts
2089(1)
Wrist
2090(1)
Hand
2091(1)
Pelvis
2091(1)
Femur
2092(4)
Femoral Shaft
2096(6)
Tibia and Fibula
2102(1)
Rib
2102(1)
Thoracolumbar Spine
2102(1)
Amputation
2103(9)
Nursing Process: The Patient Undergoing an Amputation
2105(7)
Unit 16 Other Acute Problems
2112(87)
Management of Patients With Infectious Diseases
2114(33)
The Infectious Process
2115(4)
Elements of Infection
2115(2)
Colonization, Infection, and Disease
2117(1)
Microbiology Report
2118(1)
Infection Control and Prevention
2119(6)
Organizations Involved in Infection Prevention
2119(1)
Preventing Infection in the Community
2119(3)
Preventing Infection in the Hospital
2122(3)
Emerging Infectious Diseases
2125(7)
West Nile Virus
2125(1)
Legionnaires' Disease
2125(2)
Lyme Disease
2127(1)
Hantavirus Pulmonary Syndrome
2127(1)
Ebola and Marburg Viruses
2127(1)
Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)
2128(1)
Travel and Immigration
2128(1)
Diarrheal Diseases
2129(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With Infectious Diarrhea
2130(2)
Sexually Transmitted Diseases
2132(5)
Human Immunodeficiency Virus
2132(1)
Syphilis
2133(1)
Gonorrhea
2134(1)
Chlamydia trachomatis
2135(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With a Sexually Transmitted Disease
2135(2)
Home-Based Care of the Patient With An Infectious Disease
2137(10)
Reducing Risk
2137(1)
Nursing Process: The Patient With an Infectious Disease
2138(9)
Emergency Nursing
2147(36)
Scope and Practice of Emergency Nursing
2148(2)
Issues in Emergency Nursing Care
2148(2)
Emergency Nursing and the Continuum of Care
2150(1)
Principles of Emergency Care
2150(1)
Triage
2150(1)
Assess and Intervene
2151(1)
Airway Obstruction
2151(1)
Hemorrhage
2152(4)
Hypovolemic Shock
2156(1)
Wounds
2156(1)
Trauma
2157(4)
Intra-abdominal Injuries
2158(1)
Crush Injuries
2159(1)
Multiple Injuries
2159(1)
Fractures
2160(1)
Environmental Emergencies
2161(6)
Heat Stroke
2161(1)
Frostbite
2162(1)
Hypothermia
2162(1)
Near-Drowning
2163(1)
Decompression Sickness
2164(1)
Anaphylactic Reaction
2164(1)
Latex Allergy
2165(1)
Injected Poisons: Stinging Insects
2166(1)
Snake Bites
2166(1)
Poisoning
2167(3)
Ingested (Swallowed) Poisons
2167(1)
Inhaled Poisons: Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
2167(2)
Skin Contamination Poisoning (Chemical Burns)
2169(1)
Food Poisoning
2169(1)
Substance Abuse
2170(5)
Acute Alcohol Intoxication
2170(1)
Alcohol Withdrawal Syndrome/Delirium Tremens
2170(5)
Violence, Abuse, and Neglect
2175(3)
Family Violence, Abuse, and Neglect
2175(1)
Sexual Assault
2176(1)
Violence in the Emergency Department
2177(1)
Psychiatric Emergencies
2178(5)
Overactive Patients
2178(1)
Violent Behavior
2178(1)
Posttraumatic Stress Disorder
2179(1)
Underactive or Depressed Patients
2179(1)
Suicidal Patients
2179(4)
Terrorism, Mass Casualty, and Disaster Nursing
2183(16)
Emergency Preparedness
2184(2)
Initiating the Emergency Operations Plan
2186(2)
Preparing for Terrorism
2188(1)
Weapons of Terror
2189(10)
Appendix A: Understanding Clinical Pathways 2199(14)
Appendix B: Diagnostic Studies and Interpretation 2213
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