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Weber and Kelley's Health Assessment in Nursing has evolved into a complete suite of products poised to help both the student and the instructor. In addition to a revised text, Lab Manual, and Handbook, this edition brings a complete online course and a brand-new head-to-toe assessment video. The text itself boasts an improved layout, a vibrant new art program, and four new chapters on pain assessment, nutritional assessment, spiritual assessment, and assessment of families using violence.
Table of Contents
|Conceptual Overview of Nursing Health Assessment||p. 1|
|Nurse's Role in Health Assessment: Collecting and Analyzing Data||p. 3|
|The Client in Context: Culture, Spirituality, Family, and Community||p. 13|
|Nursing Data Collection, Documentation, and Analysis||p. 27|
|Collecting Subjective Data||p. 29|
|Collecting Objective Data||p. 49|
|Validating and Documenting Data||p. 63|
|Using Diagnostic Reasoning Skills to Analyze Data||p. 75|
|Nursing Assessment of the Adult||p. 83|
|General Survey, Mental Status Exam, and Vital Signs||p. 85|
|Pain Assessment||p. 107|
|Nutritional Assessment||p. 119|
|Spiritual Assessment||p. 143|
|Skin, Hair, and Nail Assessment||p. 157|
|Head and Neck Assessment||p. 191|
|Eye Assessment||p. 213|
|Ear Assessment||p. 253|
|Mouth, Throat, Nose, and Sinus Assessment||p. 273|
|Thoracic and Lung Assessment||p. 297|
|Breast and Lymphatic Assessment||p. 329|
|Heart and Neck Vessel Assessment||p. 351|
|Peripheral Vascular Assessment||p. 391|
|Abdominal Assessment||p. 425|
|Female Genitalia Assessment||p. 469|
|Male Genitalia Assessment||p. 505|
|Anus, Rectum, and Prostate Assessment||p. 529|
|Musculoskeletal Assessment||p. 549|
|Neurologic Assessment||p. 593|
|Pulling it All Together||p. 637|
|Nursing Assessment of Special Groups||p. 647|
|Assessment of the Childbearing Woman||p. 649|
|Assessment of Newborns and Infants||p. 685|
|Assessment of Children and Adolescents||p. 733|
|Assessment of the Frail Elderly Client||p. 807|
|Assessment of the Family||p. 873|
|Assessment of Families Using Violence||p. 895|
|Community Assessment||p. 911|
|Sample Adult Nursing Health History and Physical Assessment||p. 931|
|NANDA-Approved Nursing Diagnoses (2005-2006)||p. 937|
|Selected Collaborative Problems||p. 941|
|Mini-nutritional Assessment (MNA)||p. 943|
|Skin Self-Examination||p. 945|
|Breast Self-Examination (BSE)||p. 947|
|Testicular Self-Examination||p. 949|
|Growth Charts||p. 951|
|Estimated Calorie Requirements (in Kilocalories) for Each Gender and Age Group at Three Levels of Physical Activity||p. 963|
|The Dietary Approaches to Stop Hypertension (DASH) Eating Plan at 1,600-, 2,000-, 2,600-, and 3,100-Calorie Levels||p. 965|
|USDA Food Guide||p. 967|
|Art Credit List||p. 977|
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