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Taylor's Handbook of Clinical Nursing Skills is a step-by-step guide to basic and advanced nursing skills. This book will be a quick reference tool for review of cognitive and technical knowledge and will assist students and practicing nurses to provide safe and effective healthcare. It is an ideal companion to any nursing skills or nursing fundamentals text, including Lynn, Taylor's Clinical Nursing Skills and Taylor, Fundamentals of Nursing: The Art and Science of Nursing Care.
Table of Contents
Taylor's Handbook of Clinical Nursing Skills A 1 Ambulation, Assisting with 2 Ambulation: Cane, Assisting a Patient with Using 3 Ambulation: Crutches, Assisting a Patient with Using 4 Ambulation: Walker, Assisting a Patient with Using 5 Antiembolism Stockings. Applying and Removing 6 Arterial and Femoral Lines, Removing B 7 Back Massage, Giving 8 Bath: Bed, Giving 9 Bath: Sitz, Assisting with 10 Bed Making, Occupied 11Bed Making, Unoccupied 12 Bedpan, Assisting with the Use of 13 Bed Scale, Using 14 Bladder Volume, Assessing Using a Bladder Ultrasound Scanner 15 Blood Glucose Testing, Obtaining a Capillary Sample 16 Blood Pressure, assessing Brachial Artery Auscultated 17 Blood Pressure, Assessing Using a Doppler Ultrasound 18 Blood Pressure, Assessing Using an Electronic Automated Device 19 Blood Specimen, obtaining Arterial Blood Gas Analysis 20 Blood Specimen, Obtaining from an Arterial Line-Stopcock System 21 Blood Specimen, Using Venipuncture to Collect for Routine Testing 22 Blood Specimen: Venous, Obtaining for Culture and Sensitivity 23 Blood Transfusing, Administering C 24 Cardiac Monitor, Applying 25 Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Performing 26 Cast Application, Assisting 27 Cast Care 28 Central Venous Access Device (CVAD): Accessing an Implanted Port 29 Central Venous Access Device (CVAD): Changing Site Dressing and Flushing 30 Central Venous Access Device (CVAD): Deaccessing an Implanted Port 31 Central Venous Access Device (CVAD): Removing a Peripherally Inserted Central Catheter (PICC) 32 Cervical Collar, Applying a Two-Piece SHORTENED TO FIT