Principles of Acute Nursing provides the reader with a full overview of the pathophysiology of acute illness that is encountered day-to-day. Offering a structured approach to patient management in line with the ABCDE approach. The book also uses thoughtful pedagogy to enable consolidation of learning, a must for all undergraduate adult nursing students.
Safety in acute care is of paramount importance to all healthcare practitioners in today’s fast-paced practice environment. This ‘go to’ guide is an ideal supporting resource for those studying to become a nurse or allied health professional, and for those already working in practice as an aide memoire.
This book has relevant content that has been explained in great detail. The case studies included exemplify what happens in the context of clinical practice, making this book most suitable for second or third year student nurses, or qualified nurses moving into acute care for the first time.