- Wolters Kluwer/Lippincott Williams & Wilkins,
- 0781753449 (pbk.)
- 9780781753449 (pbk.)
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- Previous ed.: 2005.
- Includes Internet access.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Unit I Understanding the Aging Experience 1 The Aging Population 2 Theories of Aging 3 Diversity 4 Life Transitions and Story 5 Common Aging Changes Unit II Foundations of Gerontological Nursing 6 The Specialty of Gerontological Nursing 7 Holistic Model for Gerontological Nursing 8 Legal Aspects of Gerontological Nursing 9 Ethical Aspects of Gerontological Nursing 10 Continuum of Care in Gerontological Nursing 11 Self-Care for the Gerontological Nurse Unit III Fostering Connection and Gratification 12 Sexuality and Intimacy 13 Spirituality Unit IV General Care Concerns 14 Nutrition and Hydration 15 Rest and Sleep 16 Comfort and Pain Management 17 Safety 18 Safe Medication Use Unit V Facilitating Physiological Balance 19 Respiration 20 Circulation 21 Digestion and Bowel Elimination 22 Urinary Elimination 23 Reproductive System Health 24 Movement 25 Neurologic Function 26 Sensation 27 Endocrine Function 28 Integumentary Function 29 Immune Function Unit VI Multisystemic Disorders 30 Infections 31 Cancer 32 Mental Health Disorders 33 Delirium and Dementia Unit VII Gerontological Care Issues 34 Living in Harmony with Chronic Conditions 35 Rehabilitative Care 36 Acute Care 37 Long-Term Care 38 Family Caregiving 39 End-of-Life Care
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