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Accident and Emergency Nursing

  • ID: 2223010
  • Book
  • October 2001
  • Region: Global
  • 520 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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This comprehensive text, written by practising A&E nurses, seeks to provide the nurse with a professional overview of current A&E good practice. Divided into two sections the book covers all the common situations that may occur in an A&E department. Section one concerns itself with the various conditions that are presented and examines the clinical, practical aspects of those conditions. The second section discusses the professional issues involved in A&E nursing such as triage, the role of the Nurse Practitioner, violence and innappropriate attendance.

Section 1

  • Trauma Resuscitation (ATLS)
  • Cardiac Conditions
  • Respiratory Conditions
  • Surgical Conditions
  • Gynaecological Conditions
  • Unconsciousness
  • Neurological Conditions
  • Psychological Conditions
  • Orthopaedic Injuries
  • Burns
  • Paediatric Conditions
  • Soft Tissue Injuries
  • Opthalmic Conditions
  • E.N.T. Conditions
Section 2
  • Perceived Innappropriate Attendance
  • Triage
  • Role of the ENP
  • Telephone Triage
  • Health Education
  • Staff Support/Bereavement
  • Violence and Aggression
  • Major Accident Plannin
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Section 1.

Respiratory Conditions.

Surgical Conditions.

Gynaecological Conditions.


Neurological Conditions.

Psychological Conditions.

Orthopaedic Injuries.


Paediatric Conditions.

Soft Tissue Injuries.

Ophthalmic Conditions.

ENT Conditions.

Section 2.

Inappropriate Attendance.


Role of The Enp.

Telephone Triage.

Health education.

Staff Support/bereavement.

Violence and Aggression.

Major Accident planning.

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Stuart Toulson
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