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Introductory medical-surgical nursing

 Author: Barbara K. Timby  Category: General Books  Publisher: Wolters Kluwer Health | Lippincott Williams & Wilkins  ISBN: 978-1-60547-063-4  Pages: 1268  Country: Philadelphia  Language: English  Tags:Barbara K. Timby | Introductory medical-surgical nursing |

In today’s changing health care environment, nurses continue to face many challenges and opportunities. Introductory Medical-Surgical Nursing provides the information that will help nurses meet these challenges and embrace expanding opportunities. The text addresses the common adult disorders that are treated medically and surgically and also covers basic concepts student nurses need to know to care for clients with these disorders. Written at a level appropriate for the practical/vocational nursing student, the text provides comprehensive information about medicalsurgical nursing that is easy to understand.
For the 10th edition, the entire text has been reviewed, revised, and updated to reflect current medical and nursing practice. Additionally, one new chapter has been added.
Chapter 70, Caring for Clients with Eating Disorders, is a new chapter that introduces students to the spectrum of abnormal eating problems ranging from self-starvation to binge eating and compulsive overeating. Other highlights of this edition include improved organization of the table of contents, new and updated features, and hundreds of new illustrations and photos.

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