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Dillon delivers with assessment information most likely to be needed in the clinical setting in this 2nd edition revision of the pocket guide that is based on the Nursing Health Assessment: A Critical Thinking, Case Studies Approach text. Focus on the relationships among the various body systems promotes the same integrated approach as the text. Bulleted lists and tabular presentation of the text's core content make the information easily accessible; full-color photos and step-by-step assessment techniques make the content easy to follow. Excellent as a stand-alone assessment tool or as an accompaniment to any assessment text! Helps you bridge the gap from classroom to clinical from learning the theory behind assessment to applying it.
Table of Contents
|The complete health assessment||p. 1|
|Assessing the integumentary system||p. 10|
|Assessing the head, face, and neck||p. 50|
|Assessing the eyes and ears||p. 80|
|Accessing the respiratory system||p. 120|
|Assessing the cardiovascular system||p. 139|
|Assessing the peripheral-vascular and lymphatic systems||p. 167|
|Assessing the breasts||p. 184|
|Assessing the abdomen||p. 199|
|Assessing the female genitourinary system||p. 227|
|Assessing the male genitourinary system||p. 249|
|Assessing the motor-musculoskeletal system||p. 266|
|Assessing the sensory-neurologic system||p. 292|
|Assessing the mother-to-be||p. 319|
|Assessing the newborn and infant||p. 343|
|Assessing the toddler and preschooler||p. 376|
|Assessing the school-age child and adolescent||p. 386|
|Assessing the older adult||p. 411|
|Assessing the homeless person||p. 439|
|Assessing pain||p. 446|
|Approach to the mental health assessment||p. 465|
|Assessing nutrition||p. 495|
|Assessing spirituality||p. 502|
|Assessing culture||p. 506|
|Assessing the patient's environment||p. 514|
|Assessing abuse||p. 525|
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