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1. Introduction to acute care ; 2. Respiratory assessment and care ; 3. Cardiovascular assessment and care ; 4. Neurological Care ; 5. Renal assessment and support ; 6. Gastro intestinal tract ; 7. Fluid assessment and associated treatment ; 8. Assessment and care of the septic patient ; 9. Psycho-social assessment, care and support ; 10. Blood investigations in acute care ; 11. Assessment tools and track and trigger systems ; 12. The role of outreach ; 13. Acute emergency situations ; 14. Transfer of acutely ill patients ; 15. Caring for the patient post intensive care ; 16. Documentation in acute care ; 17. Continuing education and acute care delivery
Fiona Creed, RN, BSc, MSc, trained at Guys Hospital London and has 15 years nursing experience in general and neurosurgical critical care settings. Fiona is currently Senior Lecturer at the University of Brighton where she runs the Care of the Acutely Ill Adult module and is Lead Lecturer for the Acute Care Pathway. Fiona is currently undertaking postgraduate research focusing on clinical decision-making in acutely ill patients. Chrissie Spiers, RN, RNT, BSc (Hons), PGDip (Health Promotion), MSc (Cardiology), trained at King's College Hospital in London and has 30 years experience in cardiology and cardiac surgery settings. Chrissie has been a lecturer for more than 15 years and remains passionate about teaching cardiology to a variety of health care professionals. She is Course Leader for the BSc (Hons) Acute Clinical Practice and Lead Lecturer for the Cardiology pathway within this degree. Chrissie maintains regular contact with cardiac wards at NHS Trusts in Surrey and Sussex. She publishes regularly and is a journal reviewer for a number of peer reviewed journals.
Each chapter is set out in a logical format for the reader which includes chapter contents and learning outcomes... written in a clear and understandable style...I think all nurses who participate in caring for patients from Level 0 to Level 2 will find this book a useful and easily understandable resource * Nursing in Critical Care * Explanations are clear and diagrams included, which facilitates understanding. This enables nurses at all levels to access and use the literature. The content will be useful in all hospital settings - not just critical care - and across specialties. * British Journal of Cardiac Nursing *