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Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice /

Marie Boltz, Elizabeth Capezuti, Terry Fulmer, DeAnne Zwicker, editors.

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Names: Boltz, Marie, | Capezuti, Liz, | Fulmer, Terry T., | Zwicker, DeAnne,
Published: New York, NY : Springer Publishing Company, LLC, [2016]
Edition: Fifth edition.
Topics: Geriatric nursing. | Nursing care plans. | Evidence-based nursing. | Geriatric Nursing - methods. | Nursing Care. | Nursing Assessment. | Aged. | Evidence-Based Nursing.
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245 00|aEvidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice /|cMarie Boltz, Elizabeth Capezuti, Terry Fulmer, DeAnne Zwicker, editors.
250 |aFifth edition.
264 1|aNew York, NY :|bSpringer Publishing Company, LLC,|c[2016]
300 |axxiii, 725 pages :|billustrations
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500 |aPreceded by Evidence-based geriatric nursing protocols for best practice / [edited by] Marie Boltz [and others]. 4th ed. 2012.
504 |aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
505 00|tDeveloping and evaluating clinical practice guidelines : a systematic approach /|rRona F. Levin and Susan Kaplan Jacobs --|tMeasuring performance, improving quality /|rLenard L. Parisi --|tAge-related changes in health /|rConstance M. Smith and Valerie T. Cotter --|tHealth care decision making /|rLinda Farber Post and Marie Boltz --|tSensory changes /|rPamela Z. Cacchione --|tAssessing cognitive function /|rPieter Heeren, Johan Flamaing, Jos Tournoy, Marquis D. Foreman, and Koen Milisen --|tAssessment of physical function /|rDenise M. Kresevic --|tOral health care /|rLinda J. O'Connor --|tManaging oral hydration /|rJanet C. Mentes --|tNutrition /|rRose Ann DiMaria-Ghalili --|tFamily caregiving /|rDeborah C. Messecar --|tIssues regarding sexuality /|rElizabeth E. Steinke --|tMistreatment detection /|rBilly A. Caceres and Terry Fulmer --|tPreventing functional decline in the acute care setting /|rMarie Boltz, Barbara Resnick, and Elizabeth Galik --|tLate-life depression /|rGlenise L. McKenzie and Theresa A. Harvath --|tDementia : a neurocognitive disorder /|rKathleen Fletcher --|tDelirium : prevention, early recognition, and treatment /|rDorothy F. Tullmann, Cheri Blevins, and Kathleen Fletcher --|tPain management /|rAnn L. Horgas, Mindy S. Grall, and Saunjoo L. Yoon --|tPreventing falls in acute care /|rDeanna Gray-Miceli and Patricia A. Quigley --|tReducing adverse drug events /|rDeAnne Zwicker and Terry Fulmer --|tUrinary incontinence /|rAnnemarie Dowling-Castronovo and Christine Bradway --|tPrevention of catheter-associated urinary tract infection /|rHeidi L. Wald, Regina M. Fink, Mary Beth Flynn Makic, and Kathleen S. Oman --|tPhysical restraints and side rails in acute and critical care settings /|rCheryl M. Bradas, Satinderpal K. Sandhu, and Lorraine C. Mion --|tPreventing pressure ulcers and skin tears /|rElizabeth Ann Ayello and R. Gary Sibbald --|tMealtime difficulties in dementia /|rMelissa Batchelor-Murphy and Sarah Crowgey --|tExcessive sleepiness /|rGrace E. Dean, Michelle L. Klimpt, Jonna Lee Morris, and Eileen R. Chasens --|tThe frail hospitalized older adult /|rStewart M. Bond, Rebecca Bolton, and Marie Boltz --|tSubstance misuse and alcohol use disorders /|rMadeline Naegle and Donna McCabe --|tComprehensive assessment and management of the critically ill /|rMichele C. Balas, Colleen M. Casey, Lauren Crozier, and Mary Beth Happ --|tFluid overload : identifying and managing heart failure patients at risk of hospital readmission /|rJudith E. Schipper --|tCancer assessment and intervention strategies /|rJanine Overcash --|tPerioperative care of the older adult /|rFidelindo Lim and Larry Z. Slater --|tGeneral surgical care of the older adult /|rLarry Z. Slater and Fidelindo Lim --|tCare of the older adult with fragility hip fracture /|rAnita J. Meehan, Ami Hommel, Karen Hertz, Valerie MacDonald, and Ann Butler Maher --|tAcute care models /|rElizabeth Capezuti, Ana Julia Parks, Marie Boltz, Michael L. Malone, and Robert M. Palmer --|tTransitional care /|rFidelindo Lim, Janice B. Foust, and Janet H. Van Cleave --|tPalliative care models /|rConstance Dahlin --|tCare of the older adult in the emergency department /|rMarie Boltz and Amala Sooklal --|tAdvance care planning /|rLinda Farber Post and Marie Boltz.
520 |aThe new fifth edition of one of the premier references for geriatric nurses in hospital, long-term, and community settings delivers current guidelines, real-life case studies, and evidence-based protocols developed by master educators and practitioners. With a focus on improving quality of care, cost-effectiveness, and outcome, the fifth edition is updated to provide the most current information about care of common clinical conditions and issues in older adults. Several new expert contributors present current guidelines about hip fractures, frailty, perioperative and postoperative care, palliative care, and senior-friendly emergency departments. Additionally, chapters have been reorganized to enhance logical flow of content and easy information retrieval. Protocols are organized in a consistent format and include an overview, evidence-based assessment and intervention strategies, and an illustrative case study with discussion. Additionally, protocols are embedded within chapter text, providing the context and detailed evidence for each. Chapter objectives, annotated references, and evidence rating for each protocol are provided along with resources for additional study. -- Provided by publisher.
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650 0|aNursing care plans.
650 0|aEvidence-based nursing.
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