GERONTOLOGICAL NURSING BY PATRICIA TABLOSKI PDF

It brings together essential information about normal and pathological changes associated with aging; healthy aging; common diseases of aging; and key psychosocial, cultural, and public health issues. Its coverage of acute and chronic diseases includes nursing implications, atypical presentation, functional implications, pharmacology, evaluation, etiology, risk factors, and complications; the text also includes a full chapter on multisystem diseases. This book supports safe, effective, and appropriate practice in the home, hospitals, long-term care, and hospice settings. Customer Book Reviews Contradictions everywhere! By Sean on Nov 17, Absolutely horrible. So many contradictions.

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About This Product Description For all courses in gerontological nursing, and all nursing courses that address the unique challenges of caring for older adults.

It brings together essential information about normal and pathological changes associated with aging; healthy aging; common diseases of aging; and key psychosocial, cultural, and public health issues. Its coverage of acute and chronic diseases includes nursing implications, atypical presentation, functional implications, pharmacology, evaluation, etiology, risk factors, and complications; the text also includes a full chapter on multisystem diseases.

This book supports safe, effective, and appropriate practice in the home, hospitals, long-term care, and hospice settings.

Features For all courses in gerontological nursing, and all nursing courses that address the unique challenges of caring for older adults. Gives students a strong foundation for success in gerontological nursing practice. Begins with three chapters introducing the principles of gerontology, identifying key issues, describing the challenges of aging, and introducing the cornerstones of excellence in gerontological nursing care.

Helps students understand the full constellation of interrelated challenges facing their older patients. Includes up-to-date information on cultural diversity, nutrition, pharmacology, psychological and cognitive function, sleep, pain management, violence and elder mistreatment, and care of the dying. Thoroughly illuminates the physiological basis for nursing practice in gerontology.

Includes Best Practices assessment instruments, protocols, and nursing interventions. Helps students understand and manage multisystem problems. Includes a full chapter on caring for frail elders with comorbidities. Illuminates the normal changes associated with aging, giving students a starting point for comparison. Explains the normal changes of aging as a basis for nursing assessment and care, using full-color illustrations and photographs that help students synthesize information.

Emphasizes the common acute and chronic diseases that afflict older people most often. Explains common gerontological diseases, their nursing implications, atypical presentation, functional implications, pharmacological treatment, and evaluation of care.

Includes coverage of etiology, risk factors, function, and complications. Discusses complementary and alternative therapies and how they may interact with nursing care. Shares the experience of expert practitioners. Presents many Practice Pearls drawn from the experiences of long-time practitioners in the field.

Includes sample questions an older patient and his or her family may ask, together with succinct, focused answers, with rationales. Offers specific guidance and teaching priorities for educating patients and families about life-altering chronic illnesses such as diabetes. Offers specific guidance for preparing effective Nursing Care Plans.

Presents sample case studies and Nursing Care Plans tying together content content and providing examples of interventions, care planning, and implementation. Promotes critical thinking. Includes case-study related Critical Thinking Exercises that may be assigned individually or worked in group settings. Prepares students to work with diverse patient communities. Integrates coverage of cultural diversity throughout.

New To This Edition Updated to reflect the latest best practices for safer, higher-quality care and more effective health promotion. Helps nursing students improve the safety and quality of their care New! Presents healthy aging tips throughout—in boxed features designed to support more effective health promotion in older adults Enables students to promote health in elderly patients more effectively Table of Contents Unit I: Foundations of Nursing Practice 1.

Principles of Gerontology.

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University of Rochester Research Interests Sleep disturbances and non-pharmacologic nursing management of agitation in the elderly; palliative care; pain management; delirium prevention Biography Patricia A. Tabloski, Ph. She has committed her career to the teaching, practice, administration and research of gerontology since Tabloski maintained a clinical practice as an advanced practice gerontological nurse in collaboration with two physician colleagues and a multi-disciplinary team for 20 years.

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