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Vascular Disease
A Handbook for Nurses

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Sharon Dorgan, H. Al-Khaffaf, Marcia Gore, Kath Payton, M. A. Rahi, Justine C. Whitaker, Christine Spencer, William Stevenson, Susan Jane, F. J. Boon, Lynda Thompson, Ayad Shakir, O. Ehsan, Julie Bell, James C. Watts, Valerie Skinner, F. Serracino-Inglott
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  • Date Published: November 2005
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  • isbn: 9780511124204

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  • Caring for Patients with Vascular Disease: A Practical Approach for Medical and Nursing Staff offers a step-by-step guide to caring for patients in a variety of clinical settings. It follows a patient's path of care from management in the outpatient clinic, through to the hospital ward, theatre, recovery room and back to the follow-up outpatient clinic. A clear, concise format is used throughout the book, with reference to evidence-based interventions and the physiology underpinning them, and the use of simple line diagrams and treatment flow charts to illustrate the essential aspects of care. Edited by a nurse and a vascular surgeon, with contributions from a group of invited authors, the book reflects the multidisciplinary nature of patient care and will be a valuable resource for nurses, surgeons and other healthcare professionals involved in caring for this patient group.

    • Practical emphasis throughout
    • Multidisciplinary authorship provides the nursing, surgical and other medical perspectives and reflects the multidisciplinary nature of patient care
    • Evidence-based treatments and interventions referred to throughout
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    • Date Published: November 2005
    • format: Adobe eBook Reader
    • isbn: 9780511124204
    • availability: This ISBN is for an eBook version which is distributed on our behalf by a third party.
  • Table of Contents

    1. Outpatient clinic Sharon Dorgan, H. Al-Khaffaf, Marcia Gore, Kath Payton, M. A. Rahi and Justine C. Whitaker
    2. Vascular emergencies M. A. Rahi
    3. Vascular investigations Christine Spencer and William Stevenson
    4. Management of vascular patients on the ward Susan Jane, Sharon Dorgan and F. J. Boon
    5. The perioperative period Lynda Thompson, Ayad Shakir, O. Ehsan, H. Al-Khaffaf, Julie Bell and James C. Watts
    6. Miscellaneous Lynda Thompson, Sharon Dorgan, Valerie Skinner and F. Serracino-Inglott.

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    Haytham Al-Khaffaf, Burnley Healthcare NHS Trust

    Sharon Dorgan, Burnley Healthcare NHS Trust

    Contributors

    Sharon Dorgan, H. Al-Khaffaf, Marcia Gore, Kath Payton, M. A. Rahi, Justine C. Whitaker, Christine Spencer, William Stevenson, Susan Jane, F. J. Boon, Lynda Thompson, Ayad Shakir, O. Ehsan, Julie Bell, James C. Watts, Valerie Skinner, F. Serracino-Inglott

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