Juta's Manual of Nursing Vol. 1 3e (WebPDF)

Fundamental and General Nursing


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    Edition: Third
  • Format: eBook
  • ISBN: 9781485117858
  • Language(s): English
  • Extent: 800
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  • Category: Nursing, Health & Medicine, Medical,Surgical,Nursing

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Completely updated to include the latest developments in the field of Nursing Science, the third edition of Juta’s Manual of Nursing Vol. 1 covers the topics required for both Fundamental and General Nursing Science; this makes it suitable for the categories of Nursing Auxiliary, Staff Nurse and for the fundamentals of nursing for Professional Nurses.

Juta's Manual of Nursing Vol. 1 has a strong community-based focus. It introduces the nurse to the fundamentals of nursing and is extremely practical, encouraging problem solving both in the clinic and in the community. Each chapter has tutorial-type questions to stimulate discussion and personal research.

Section 1: Fundamental nursing science

  • Chapter 1: Introducing nursing
  • Chapter 2: Practising the profession of nursing within the South African professional legal framework
  • Chapter 3: Practising the profession of nursing within the South African professional-ethical framework
  • Chapter 4: Information management
  • Chapter 5: Introducing the concept of bio-psychosocial needs
  • Chapter 6: Recognising spiritual needs
  • Chapter 7: Practising nursing within a culturally diverse society
  • Chapter 8: Community assessment
  • Chapter 9: Patient assessment
  • Chapter 10: Planning nursing care
  • Chapter 11: Home- and community-based care
  • Chapter 12: Maintaining patient safety
  • Chapter 13: Infection control in the unit
  • Chapter 14: Communicating and teaching
  • Chapter 15: Caring for the needs of the nurse
  • Chapter 16: Basic life skills for the nurse

Section 2: General nursing science

  • Chapter 17: Oxygen need
  • Chapter 18: Circulation need
  • Chapter 19: Temperature regulation need
  • Chapter 20: Nutrition
  • Chapter 21: Assessing and maintaining fluid electrolyte and acid–base balance
  • Chapter 22: Mobility and exercise need
  • Chapter 23: Elimination needs
  • Chapter 24: Comfort, rest and sleep need
  • Chapter 25: Skin integrity need
  • Chapter 26: Hygiene and grooming needs
  • Chapter 27: Sensation, perception and cognition
  • Chapter 28: Peri-operative nursing care

Introduces students to the cross-curricular special subjects and health care priorities that are covered as a prelude to specialisation courses.  The topics have been carefully selected to be in line with developments in the nursing qualification and, more broadly, in health care.

The book has a strong community-based focus and encourages problem-solving both in the clinic and in the community setting.  Each chapter contains tutorial-type questions to stimulate discussion and personal research.

• This updated edition includes a chapter on the important topic of Informatics.
• The text is outcomes-based so that students understand the focus of each             chapter.
• Numerous line drawings expand on difficult concepts.
• It covers the new curriculum; therefore lecturers can be assured the book will      meet their needs.
• Summaries of key ethical and legal considerations in each chapter highlight          these important aspects.
• The content encourages the development of problem-solving skills so that the     nurse can deal with problems as they arise in the community/clinic                       environment.
• Self-assessment and discussion topics throughout the text test what has been      learnt.

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Completely updated to include the latest developments in the field of Nursing Science, the third edition of Juta’s Manual of Nursing Vol. 1 covers the topics required for both Fundamental and General Nursing Science; this makes it suitable for the categories of Nursing Auxiliary, Staff Nurse and for the fundamentals of nursing for Professional Nurses.

Juta's Manual of Nursing Vol. 1 has a strong community-based focus. It introduces the nurse to the fundamentals of nursing and is extremely practical, encouraging problem solving both in the clinic and in the community. Each chapter has tutorial-type questions to stimulate discussion and personal research.

Section 1: Fundamental nursing science

  • Chapter 1: Introducing nursing
  • Chapter 2: Practising the profession of nursing within the South African professional legal framework
  • Chapter 3: Practising the profession of nursing within the South African professional-ethical framework
  • Chapter 4: Information management
  • Chapter 5: Introducing the concept of bio-psychosocial needs
  • Chapter 6: Recognising spiritual needs
  • Chapter 7: Practising nursing within a culturally diverse society
  • Chapter 8: Community assessment
  • Chapter 9: Patient assessment
  • Chapter 10: Planning nursing care
  • Chapter 11: Home- and community-based care
  • Chapter 12: Maintaining patient safety
  • Chapter 13: Infection control in the unit
  • Chapter 14: Communicating and teaching
  • Chapter 15: Caring for the needs of the nurse
  • Chapter 16: Basic life skills for the nurse

Section 2: General nursing science

  • Chapter 17: Oxygen need
  • Chapter 18: Circulation need
  • Chapter 19: Temperature regulation need
  • Chapter 20: Nutrition
  • Chapter 21: Assessing and maintaining fluid electrolyte and acid–base balance
  • Chapter 22: Mobility and exercise need
  • Chapter 23: Elimination needs
  • Chapter 24: Comfort, rest and sleep need
  • Chapter 25: Skin integrity need
  • Chapter 26: Hygiene and grooming needs
  • Chapter 27: Sensation, perception and cognition
  • Chapter 28: Peri-operative nursing care

Introduces students to the cross-curricular special subjects and health care priorities that are covered as a prelude to specialisation courses.  The topics have been carefully selected to be in line with developments in the nursing qualification and, more broadly, in health care.

The book has a strong community-based focus and encourages problem-solving both in the clinic and in the community setting.  Each chapter contains tutorial-type questions to stimulate discussion and personal research.

• This updated edition includes a chapter on the important topic of Informatics.
• The text is outcomes-based so that students understand the focus of each             chapter.
• Numerous line drawings expand on difficult concepts.
• It covers the new curriculum; therefore lecturers can be assured the book will      meet their needs.
• Summaries of key ethical and legal considerations in each chapter highlight          these important aspects.
• The content encourages the development of problem-solving skills so that the     nurse can deal with problems as they arise in the community/clinic                       environment.
• Self-assessment and discussion topics throughout the text test what has been      learnt.

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