Gerontological Nursing -- Pearson eText 2.0 -- Instant Access, 4th edition
Published by Pearson (August 15th 2018) - Copyright © 2019
For courses in gerontology and gerontological nursing.
A holistic guide to nursing care for older adults, across settings
Pearson eText for Gerontological Nursing is a comprehensive, research-based guide to the nursing care of older adults. It addresses normal and pathophysiological changes of aging, as well as psychosocial, cultural, and public health influences. With a focus on “adding life to years,” not just extending life, the text illuminates evidence and best practices that promote safe, effective assessment, diagnosis, and outcomes. The 4th edition provides new evidence and standards affecting the care of aging populations, plus new practice opportunities preparing students for the NCLEX-RN® exam and nursing practice.
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Table of contents
PART 1: FOUNDATIONS OF NURSING PRACTICE
1. Principles of Gerontology
2. Contemporary Gerontological Nursing
3. Principles of Geriatrics
PART 2: CHALLENGES OF AGING AND THE CORNERSTONES OF EXCELLENCE IN NURSING CARE
4. Cultural Diversity
5. Nutrition and Aging
6. Pharmacology and Older Adults
7. Psychological and Cognitive Function
8. Sleep and the Older Adult
9. Pain Management
10. Violence and Elder Mistreatment
11. Care at the End of Life
PART 3: PHYSIOLOGICAL BASIS OF PRACTICE
12. The Integument
13. The Mouth and Oral Cavity
14. Sensation: Hearing, Vision, Taste, Touch, and Smell
15. The Cardiovascular System
16. The Respiratory System
17. The Genitourinary and Renal Systems
18. The Musculoskeletal System
19. The Endocrine System
20. The Gastrointestinal System
21. The Hematologic System
22. The Neurologic System
23. The Immune System
24. Caring for Frail Older Adults with Comorbidities
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