The latest title in the Survival Guide series in the real world, this fun and enjoyable book makes it easy to review the concepts that must be known and associated with circulatory monitoring. Her cartoon-filled approach draws readers through difficult concepts and procedures. The book begins with an overview of five key concepts: cardiac output, stroke size, preloading, subsequent loading, and contraction.
The equipment is discussed for specific procedures, followed by discussions of specific aspects of circulatory monitoring including cardiac output, intracranial, central venous, pulmonary artery, and mixed venous oxygen. The final chapter focuses on clinical applications with case studies, clinical interventions and exercises.
The unique presentation of content narrows the gap between the knowledge the student learns during the nursing phase and the wisdom they need to survive in the real world. The materials are presented using adult learning principles and various active learning strategies to attract readers of all ages, backgrounds and learning styles. Fixed chapter formatting - using addresses What is, what you need to know, what to do, and do you understand? - Division of information into small segments and facilitate understanding.
Special symbols for the titles of "life considerations", "cultural effects", "web links", "warnings" and "initial monitoring and treatment" help readers to quickly identify private content in the classroom. A variety of memory enhancement activities such as memory devices, filling blanks, matching, key words, correct / false sounds, and crossword words promote learning and understanding.
Clinical terms and abbreviations are highlighted in colored text in brackets after interpretation, to expose readers to the terms used in the preparation of practice. Boxed Take Home Points The years of nursing experience are divided into practical and "practical" advice from experts.
More than 100 NCLEX-style questions, divided by chapter, are included in the section at the end of the book so readers can test their knowledge and review difficult concepts. Full-color illustrations illustrate the key concepts and principles of circulatory monitoring, including various complications.
The original illustrations of cartoon animation and cartoon animation walk through topics identified by nursing students as difficult, using a funny approach. Wave forms at the end of each chapter allow readers to interpret..
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