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Nursing: Apply Principles of Wound Management in the Clinical Environment (HLTENN006)
Wound Care by Kerrie Coleman; Glo NeilsenWound Care: a practical guide for maintaining skin integrity is a contemporary ANZ resource designed to assist students and clinicians in applying evidence-based wound care to practice. Written by expert wound care clinicians and academics, the text offers a range of clinical scenarios to test wound care knowledge and skills within the context of real-world settings.
Call Number: 617.1 COL
Publication Date: 2019
Wound Care Made Incredibly Visual by Patricia Albano Slachta; Lippincott Williams and Wilkins StaffProvide effective wound care with skill and confidence, with the expert direction and real-life images of the fully updated Wound Care Made Incredibly Visual!®, 3rd Edition. Let this colorfully illustrated text guide you through the fundamental concepts, skills, and treatments needed for positive wound care outcomes, including the latest products and procedures. Prepare to succeed in both the classroom and on the unit the enjoyable Incredibly Visual (tm) way, as clear explanations and plentiful images guide you through the vital steps of effective wound care. Grasp the basic concepts, skills, phases, and complications of wound care .
Call Number: 617.1 WOU:2
Publication Date: 2018-10-17
Wound Care at a Glance by Ian Peate; Melanie StephensThe second edition of Wound Care at a Glance is the ideal study and revision companion for undergraduate nursing and healthcare students, newly qualified practitioners, and for all involved with the provision of high quality, evidence-based wound care. This concise and user-friendly guide enables readers to expand their knowledge and understanding of wound care and skin integrity, and render safe and effective patient-centred care.
Call Number: 617.1 PEA
Publication Date: 2020 2nd edition
Wound Care Nursing by Sebastian Probst (Editor)A must have for any nurse wanting to expand their knowledge in this area of wound care. Wound Care Nursing 3rd edition introduces a person-centred approach to wound care practice across the lifespan.
Call Number: 617.1 WOU
Publication Date: 2020
Wound Care by Keryln CarvilleAn essential reference for the busy hospital, nursing home or practice nurse or doctor involved with surgery or providing post-op care, where effective and accurate treatment of wounds is a must.
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