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Rev. ed. of: Wound care essentials / Sharon Baranoski, Elizabeth A. Ayello. 2nd ed. c2008.
Sharon Baranoski, MSN, RN, CWCN, APN-CCRN, DAPWCA, FAAN President, Wound Care Dynamics, Inc., Nurse Consultant Services, Shorewood, Illinois Symposium Director, Clinical Symposium on Advances in Skin & Wound Care Editorial Advisory Board, Advances in Skin & Wound Care Nursing Advisory Board, Rasmussen College, Romeoville/Joliet, Illinois Council of Regents & Nursing Advisory Board, Lewis University, Romeoville, Illinois Elizabeth A. Ayello, PhD, RN, ACNS-BC, CWON, MAPWCA, FAAN Faculty, Excelsior College School of Nursing, Albany, New York Clinical Associate Editor, Advances In Skin & Wound Care Executive Editor, Journal of The World Council of Enterostomal Therapists (WCET) Senior Adviser, The John A. Hartford Institute for Geriatric Nursing President, Ayello, Harris & Associates, Inc., New York, New York
Table of Contents
Part I—Wound Care Concepts 1 Quality of Life and Ethical Issues --Mona Mylene Baharestani 2 Regulation and Wound Care --Dan R. Berlowitz, Denise Israel-Richardson, and Courtney H. Lyder 3 Legal Aspects of Wound Care --Steven P. Knowlton and Gregory Brown 4 Skin: An Essential Organ --Sharon Baranoski, Elizabeth A. Ayello, Marjana Tomic-Canic, and Jeffrey M. Levine 5 Acute and Chronic Wound Healing --Samantha Holloway, Keith Harding, Joyce K. Stechmiller, and Gregory Schultz 6 Wound Assessment --Sharon Baranoski, Elizabeth A. Ayello, and Diane K. Langemo 7 Wound Bioburden and Infection --Sue E. Gardner and Rita A. Frantz 8 Wound Debridement --Elizabeth A. Ayello, Sharon Baranoski, R. Gary Sibbald, and Janet E. Cuddigan 9 Wound Treatment Options --Sharon Baranoski, Elizabeth A. Ayello, Andrea McIntosh, Linda Montoya, and Pamela Scarborough 10 Nutrition and Wound Care --Mary Ellen Posthauer and David R. Thomas 11 Pressure Redistribution: Seating, Positioning, and Support Surfaces --David M. Brienza, Mary Jo Geyer, Stephen Sprigle, and Karen Zulkowski 12 Pain Management and Wounds --Linda E. Dallam, Christine Barkauskas, Elizabeth A. Ayello, Sharon Baranoski, and R. Gary Sibbald Part II—Wound Classifications and Management Strategies 13 Pressure Ulcers --Elizabeth A. Ayello, Sharon Baranoski, Courtney H. Lyder, Janet E. Cuddigan, and Wendy S. Harris 14 Venous Disease and Lymphedema Management Venous Disease --Mary Y. Sieggreen and Ronald A. Kline Lymphedema --Carolyn E. Fife, Mary Y. Sieggreen, and Ronald A. Kline 15 Arterial Ulcers --Mary Y. Sieggreen, Ronald A. Kline, R. Gary Sibbald, and Gregory Ralph Weir 16 Diabetic Foot Ulcers --Lawrence A. Lavery, James B. McGuire, Sharon Baranoski, Elizabeth A. Ayello, and Steven R. Kravitz 17 Sickle Cell Ulcers --Terry Treadwell 18 Surgical Reconstruction of Wounds --Joyce M. Black and Steven B. Black 19 Tube, Drain, and Fistula Management --Paula Erwin-Toth and Linda J. Stricker 20 Atypical Wounds --David Weinstein, Tami de Araujo, and Robert S. Kirsner 21 Wounds in Special Populations Intensive Care Population --Janet E. Cuddigan Spinal Cord Injury Population --Susan L. Garber HIV/AIDS Population --Carl A. Kirton Bariatric Population --Janet E. Cuddigan and Sharon Baranoski 22 Pressure Ulcers in Neonatal and Pediatric Populations --Mona Mylene Baharestani 23 Palliative Wound Care --Diane K. Langemo 24 Wound Care Perspectives: Present and Future --Sharon Baranoski and Elizabeth A. Ayello Index