Essay on Vascular Sounds, Abdominal,

48634 Words Mar 21st, 2013 195 Pages
The clinical treatments described and recommended in this publication are based on research and consultation with nursing, medical, and legal authorities. To the best of our knowledge, these procedures reflect currently accepted practice. Nevertheless, they can’t be considered absolute and universal recommendations. For individual applications, all recommendations must be considered in light of the patient’s clinical condition and, before administration of new or infrequently used drugs, in light of the latest package-insert information. The authors and publisher disclaim any responsibility for any adverse effects resulting from the suggested procedures, from any undetected errors, or from the reader’s misunderstanding of the …show more content…
All-in-all, I find this a visually stunning and exciting new work. It has certainly inspired me to master health assessment. best picture vi Contributors and consultants
Nancy Berger, RN, MSN, BC, CNE
Program Coordinator
Middlesex County College
Edison, N.J.
Marsha L. Conroy, RN, BA, MSN, APN
Nurse Educator
Indiana Wesleyan University
Marion
Chamberlain College of Nursing
Columbus, Ohio
Roseanne Hanlon Rafter, RN, MSN,
GCNS, BC
Director of Nursing Professional
Practice
Chestnut Hill Hospital
Philadelphia, Pa.
Dana Reeves, RN, MSN
Assistant Professor
University of Arkansas—Fort Smith
Denise Stefancyk, RN, BSN, CCRC
Clinical Specialist
University of Massachusetts Medical
Center
Worcester
Allison J. Terry, RN, PhD
Director, Center for Nursing
Alabama Board of Nursing
Montgomery
Leigh Ann Trujillo, RN, BSN
Clinical Educator
St. James Hospital and Health Centers
Olympia Fields, Ill.
Rita M. Wick, RN, BSN
Simulation Coordinator
Berkshire Health Systems
Pittsfield, Mass.
Sharon E. Wing, RN, PhD(C), CNL
Associate Professor
Cleveland (Ohio) State University
Lisa Wolf, RN, MS, CMSRN
Clinical Educator
Mount Carmel West
Columbus, Ohio
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assessment 6
Documentation 9
Vision quest 10
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Health history
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