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- Publisher: John Wiley & Sons Inc
- Format: Paperback | 418 pages
- Dimensions: 186mm x 244mm x 26mm | 700g
- Publication date: 28 January 2014
- Publication City/Country: New York
- ISBN 10: 1118410645
- ISBN 13: 9781118410646
- Edition: 4, Revised
- Edition statement: 4th Revised edition
- Sales rank: 110,109
Renal Nursing is a comprehensive evidence-based guide tonursing in the field of nephrology and kidney care. This fullyupdated fourth edition discusses the stages of chronic kidneydisease, prevention and early management, pre-dialysis care,haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, transplantation,investigations and nutrition. It also includes keyinformation on renal care in infancy, childhood and earlyadolescence. The underlying anatomy, physiology and psychology ofkidney disease are reviewed in depth, along with the skillsand knowledge required to provide support, treatment andhigh-quality care. Special features: * Fully grounded in the NHS National Service Framework for renalservices * New chapter on patient involvement in renal care * Content and references fully updated to reflect changes inpolicies, evidence, care and management * Begins with the basics and covers all the vital materialrequired by anyone working in renal care Renal Nursing is an ideal reference text for nursesundertaking post-registration renal courses, student nursesundertaking a placement in a renal ward, specialist renaldietitians, pharmacists and other professions allied tomedicine.
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Dr Nicola Thomas is an independent renal nursing consultant and senior lecturer at London South Bank University, London, UK.
This edition has been updated with the most current references and resources and includes a new chapter, written by patients and partners of those with kidney disease, that addresses patient and caregiver involvement in renal care. When used in addition to hands-on experience, this book should give nursing or allied healthcare professionals the confidence that they have the most current and complete knowledge base necessary to fulfill their crucial roles in this specialty. (Doody s, 13 February 2015) This book is for all nursing staff including student nurses caring for the renal patient. This would be valuable for allied health professionals such as specialist pharmacists and renal dietitians. It would also be apt for a junior doctor requiring further information. (Nursing Times, 16October 2014) The 3rd edition of Renal Nursing provides a very good introduction tonephrology nursing for the beginner tointermediate practitioner. Get it if youare new to our specialty or if you areundertaking post graduate renal studiesand are looking for a general renal nursing text. Renal Society of Australasia Journal, Oct 08
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"Renal Nursing" is a comprehensive evidence-based guide to nursing in the field of nephrology and kidney care. This fully updated fourth edition discusses the stages of chronic kidney disease, prevention and early management, pre-dialysis care, haemodialysis and peritoneal dialysis, transplantation, investigations and nutrition. It also includes key information on renal care in infancy, childhood and early adolescence. The underlying anatomy, physiology and psychology of kidney disease are reviewed in depth, along with key skills and knowledge required to provide support, treatment and high-quality care. Special features: Fully grounded in the NHS National Service Framework for renal services New chapter on patient involvement in renal care Content and references fully updated to reflect changes in policies, evidence, care and management Begins with the basics and covers all the vital material required by anyone working in renal care "Renal Nursing" is an ideal reference text for nurses undertaking post-registration renal courses, student nurses undertaking a placement in a renal ward, specialist renal dieticians, pharmacists and other professions allied to medicine.
Table of contents
Contributors vii Foreword ix Preface xi 1 The History of Dialysis and Transplantation 1 Nicola Thomas 2 Applied Anatomy and Physiology and the Renal Disease Process 20 Charlotte Chalmers 3 Patient and Carer Involvement in Renal Nursing Care, Education and Research 59 Ratna Das, Brian Gracey, Linda Gracey, Fiona Loud and Shahid Muhammad 4 Psychological Perspectives 80 Fiona Murphy 5 Acute Kidney Injury 97 Annette Davies 6 Chronic Kidney Disease 116 Nicola Thomas 7 Investigations in Kidney Disease 136 Althea Mahon 8 Haemodialysis 165 Paul Challinor 9 Peritoneal Dialysis 207 Claire Main 10 Renal Transplantation 249 Victoria Dunsmore 11 Nondialytic Options and the Role of Palliative Care 308 Fliss E.M. Murtagh 12 Renal Care in Infancy, Childhood and Early Adulthood 321 Diane Blyton and Shelley Jepson 13 Renal Nutrition 339 Barbara Engel 14 Quality Improvement in Renal Nursing 382 Nicola Thomas Index 393