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Clinical Nursing Skills

Key resources for nurses working in the clinical setting.

Selected Resources

Dosage Calculations Made Incredibly Easy contains everything health care practitioners need to review and students need to learn about calculating drug dosages. This entertaining and informative reference reviews the basic math needed to perform dosage calculation, including fractions, decimals, percentages, ratios, and proportions. It walks the nurse through the interpretation of hundreds of examples of drug orders and the performance of hundreds of complex dosage calculations, and provides information on deciphering difficult abbreviations, dealing with unclear handwriting, reading medication labels, selecting administration equipment, and more.

Wound Care Made Incredibly Easy covers fundamental wound care principles and procedures, using the Incredibly Easy Series'light-hearted, entertaining style. Coverage begins with skin anatomy and physiology, wound progression and healing, and factors that can delay or complicate healing. Subsequent chapters cover wound assessment and monitoring and wound care planning, procedures, and products.

RT 41 .E39 2012

Covers 180 skills and techniques, from basic to advanced that are used in everyday practice. To help you better understand and remember why a technique or skill is used, each skill or technique includes the appropriate rationale.