Treating the Critically Ill Patient Paperback / softback
by Philip Jevon
Part of the Essential Clinical Skills for Nurses series
Treating the Critically Ill Patient is a practical guide to recognising and treating acutely ill patients at risk of further deterioration.
It includes early warning scoring systems to identify patients at risk on the ward, identifies the key priorities for care, and equips students and newly qualified staff with the clinical skills necessary to prevent further deterioration and to provide prompt and effective care. Each chapter follows a standard layout, and includes bullet points and illustrations making this book an accessible and practical guide to critical care.
Treating the Critically Ill Patient provides an essential companion to Monitoring the Critically Ill Patient.
Evidence-based guide to care of the critically ill patient Includes step-by-step clinical guidelines and real-life scenarios Identifies the key priorities for care
- Format: Paperback / softback
- Pages: 280 pages
- Publisher: John Wiley and Sons Ltd
- Publication Date: 21/09/2007
- Category: Intensive care nursing
- ISBN: 9781405141727