For all students and clinicians assessing or caring for patients with cardiopulmonary disorders, Respiratory Care: Patient Assessment and Care Plan Development is a must-have resource. As the most comprehensive reference available, it is a guide to the evaluation of the patient, and the development and implementation of an appropriate, evidence-based, respiratory care plan. Respiratory Care: Patient Assessment and Care Plan Development describes the purpose of patient assessment and then guides the reader through the process of the reviewing existing data in the medical record, conducting the patient interview, performing the physical assessment, and finally evaluating the diagnostic studies needed and implementing a respiratory care plan. Bridging the gap between patient assessment and treatment, the reader will learn how to apply assessment skills to the development and implementation of respiratory care plans. Integrated throughout each chapter are Clinical Focus exercises, RC Ins... 606b, 607b contractility, 226b, 586 contraction stress test (CST), 622 contrast agents, 450 contrast echocardiogram, ... 308a309, 310b, 310t fully compensated, 309, 311a313 partially compensated, 309, 311a313 problems with, 313a315 ... subacute and chronic, 93b assessment, 91a93 directed, 44, 45b, 47 interview findings, 95t patient interview questions to, 94ta95t cough-variant asthma, 92 CPAP.
|Title||:||Respiratory Care: Patient Assessment and Care Plan Development|
|Author||:||David C. Shelledy, Professor and Dean School of Health Professions University of Texas Health Science Center San Antonio Texas Dean Emeritus and Professor Departments of Respiratory Care Clinical Sciences and Health Systems Management Rush University David C Shelledy, Jay I. Peters|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Publishers - 2014-11-26|