- Crouch, Sandra.
- Crouch, Michael A.
- Chapelhow, Carol.
- Drugs -- Prescribing -- Management.
- Drugs -- Administration
- 0132217341 (pbk.) :
- 9780132217347 (pbk.) :
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- Introduction Part 1:Setting the scene Chapter 1 - The context of medicines management for adult nurses in today's NHS Chapter 2 - How to use information about medicines Chapter 3 - Applying knowledge and skills: approaches to learning Part 2: Important concepts and principles Chapter 4 - Underpinning pharmacological principles: pharmacodynamics and pharmacokinetics Chapter 5 - Nursing implications and responsibilities Chapter 6 - Complementary medicinal products Part 3: Starting to apply the information Chapter 7 - Cancer care Chapter 8 - Older adults and medication Part 4: "Patient scenarios" Chapter 9 - Rheumatoid Arthritis: A woman with longstanding Rheumatoid Arthritis who has also developed osteoporosis Chapter 10 - Coronary Heart Disease: An adult male with Hyperlipidaemia, who has an acute Myocardial Infarction and develops heart failure Chapter 11 - Acute Intestinal Obstruction: A man with an acute intestinal obstruction Chapter 12 - Epilepsy: A young woman with a long term condition: epilepsy Chapter 13 - Alzheimer's disease: An older man with Alzheimer's disease who also has primary hypertension and develops constipation Chapter 14 - Diabetes Mellitus: An adult with type 2 diabetes, depression and hypothyroidism Chapter 15 - Asthma: A young man with asthma who also has eczema, pneumonia and Down's syndrome Part 5: Where next?' Chapter 16 - Contemporary issues relating to drug and medicine development Chapter 17 - Contemporary issues in medicines management for nurses Appendix 1 Using medicines to relieve pain Appendix 2 - Infection Answers Glossary
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