Nursing Procedures, Lippincott's

Nursing Procedures, Lippincott's
  • 7th Ed.
  • 2016
  • © Jay Abramovitz
  • Margaret Eckman
  • ISBN-10: 1-4698-5303-5 / ISBN-13: 978-1-4698-5303-1
  • Nursing, Point of Care


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This start-to-finish guide includes over 400 nursing procedures--from basic to advanced

Organized alphabetically for fast, easy access, the 7th Edition of Lippincott Nursing Procedures addresses what the nurse needs to know and do to perform best-practice procedures concerning infection control, specimen collection, physical assessment, drug administration, IV therapy, and hemodynamic monitoring, as well as procedures related to body systems, such as chest tube insertion, peripheral nerve stimulation, and intra-abdominal pressure monitoring. Every entry lists equipment, details each step to perform right at the bedside, and provides rationales and cautions to ensure patient safety and positive outcomes.

Thoroughly updated, Lippincott Nursing Procedures - 7th Ed. includes new evidence-based entries on cardioversion, gait belt use, intermittent infusion device flushing and locking, isolation garb use, nasal bridal insertion and removal, pneumatic anti-shock garment application and removal, self-medication administration practice, and weaning a patient from a ventilator.

With clear, step-by-step guidelines and hundreds of sidebars, photos, illustrations, and eye-catching alerts (Nursing Alerts, Pediatric, Elder, Hospital-Acquired Condition Alerts), you'll find the level of detail required to provide optimal hands-on patient care. Packed with pre- and post-procedure nursing considerations, warnings about potential complications, troubleshooting tips, and other helpful advice, this go-to reference provides everything you need to do your job confidently and well, whether you are beginning your nursing career, learning a new skill, or brushing up on a familiar technique.


Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials

"This is a good, solid textbook focusing on fundamental nursing procedures."

-- Mary Carey, PhD (University of Oklahoma College of Nursing) Doody's Review - previous edition



Student registered nurses are the intended audience.


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