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Emergency Nursing Core Curriculum

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Efnisyfirlit

  • Cover image
  • Title page
  • Table of Contents
  • Copyright
  • Contributors
  • Reviewers
  • Dedication
  • Preface
  • Acknowledgments
  • Part 1. Clinical Foundations
    • Chapter 1. Nursing Assessment and Resuscitation
      • I. Primary Assessment
      • II. Resuscitation
      • III. Secondary Assessment
      • IV. Focused Assessment
      • V. Diagnostic Procedures
      • VI. Analysis: Differential Nursing Diagnoses/Collaborative Problems
      • VII. Planning and Implementation/Interventions
      • VIII. Evaluation and Ongoing Monitoring
      • IX. Documentation of Nursing Assessments and Resuscitation
      • X. Age-Related Considerations
    • Chapter 2. Triage
      • I. Triage Overview
      • II. Additional Triage Responsibilities
      • III. Administrative Responsibilities
      • IV. Selected Considerations
    • Chapter 3. Abuse and Neglect
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Abuse/Assault Emergencies
    • Chapter 4. Complementary/Alternative Therapies
      • I. Introduction
      • II. Types of Complementary/Alternative Therapies
      • III. General Strategy
    • Chapter 5. Palliative and End-of-Life Care
      • I. Overview
      • II. Palliative Care Symptom Management
      • III. Possible Triggers for Obtaining a Palliative Care Consult
      • IV. Family Presence During Resuscitation
      • V. Death Notification
      • VI. End-of-Life Legalities/Ethics
    • Chapter 6. Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring
      • I. Invasive Hemodynamic Monitoring Basics
      • II. Specific Pressure Monitoring Systems
    • Chapter 7. Organ and Tissue Donation
      • I. Overview
      • II. Legislation and Regulation
      • III. Donation Opportunities
      • IV. Safety in Donation
      • V. Donation Referrals
      • VI. OPO Donor Evaluation
      • VII. Determination of Brain Death
      • VIII. Donor Family Authorization
      • IX. Interacting with and Supporting Donor’s Family
      • X. Maintaining Viability of Potential Organ Donors
      • XI. Maintaining Viability of Potential Tissue/Ocular Donor
      • XII. Pre- and Posttransplantation Emergencies
    • Chapter 8. Pain Management
      • I. Pain Overview
      • II. Definitions
      • III. Pain Physiology
      • IV. General Strategy
      • V. Pain Management Practice
      • VI. Procedural Sedation
    • Chapter 9. Isolation and Personal Protective Equipment
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Personal Protective Equipment
      • III. Precautions to Prevent Transmission of Infectious Agents
      • IV. Organizational Infection Control Recommendations
    • Chapter 10. Children with Special Health Needs (CSHN)
      • I. Legislation
      • II. Demographics
      • III. General Strategy
      • IV. Specific Special Health Care Needs
      • V. Special Considerations
  • Part 2. Clinical Emergencies
    • Chapter 11. Abdominal Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Abdominal Emergencies
    • Chapter 12. Cardiovascular Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Medical Cardiovascular Emergencies
    • Chapter 13. Dental, Ear, Nose, and Throat Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Dental Emergencies
      • III. Specific Ear Emergencies
      • IV. Specific Nose Emergencies
      • V. Specific Throat Emergencies
    • Chapter 14. Endocrine Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Endocrine Emergencies
    • Chapter 15. Environmental Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Environmental Emergencies
    • Chapter 16. Facial and Ocular Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Facial Emergencies
      • III. Specific Medical Ocular Emergencies
    • Chapter 17. Fluid and Electrolyte Abnormalities
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Fluid Emergencies
      • III. Specific Electrolyte Emergencies
      • IV. Parenteral Administration
    • Chapter 18. Genitourinary Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Genitourinary Emergencies
    • Chapter 19. Hematologic/Oncologic Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Hematologic/Oncologic Emergencies
      • III. Hematologic/Oncologic Complications
    • Chapter 20. Communicable and Infectious Disease Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Communicable and Infectious Disease Emergencies
    • Chapter 21. Medical Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Medical Emergencies
    • Chapter 22. Neurologic Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Neurologic Emergencies
    • Chapter 23. Obstetric and Gynecologic Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Obstetric Emergencies
      • III. Specific Gynecologic Emergencies
    • Chapter 24. Orthopedic Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Soft Tissue Emergencies
      • III. Specific Bony Skeleton Emergencies
    • Chapter 25. Pre- and Post-Transplant Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Pre-Solid Organ Transplant Emergencies
      • III. Post-Solid Organ Transplant Emergencies
    • Chapter 26. Toxicologic Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Toxicologic Emergencies
    • Chapter 27. Psychiatric/Psychosocial Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Psychosocial Emergencies
    • Chapter 28. Respiratory Emergencies
      • I. General Strategies
      • II. Specific Respiratory Emergencies
    • Chapter 29. Shock Emergencies
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Shock Emergencies
    • Chapter 30. Wounds and Wound Management
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Wound Management Emergencies
  • Part 3. Trauma Emergencies
    • Chapter 31. Mechanism of Injury
      • I. Biomechanics and Kinematics
      • II. Types of Injuries
    • Chapter 32. Nursing Assessment and Trauma Resuscitation
      • I. Primary Assessment
      • II. Resuscitation
      • III. Secondary Assessment
      • IV. Consider Need for Transfer
      • V. Analysis: Differential Nursing Diagnoses/Collaborative Problems
      • VI. Planning and Implementation/Interventions
      • VII. Evaluation and Ongoing Monitoring
      • VIII. Documentation of Interventions and Patient Response
      • IX. Age-Related Considerations
    • Chapter 33. Abdominal and Urologic Trauma
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Abdominal Injuries
      • III. Specific Urologic Injuries
    • Chapter 34. Burn Trauma
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Burn Injuries
    • Chapter 35. Neurologic Trauma
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Traumatic Neurologic Injuries
    • Chapter 36. Ocular and Maxillofacial Trauma
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Traumatic Ocular Injuries
      • III. Specific Traumatic Maxillofacial Injuries
    • Chapter 37. Trauma in Pregnancy
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Injuries of the Pregnant Trauma Patient
    • Chapter 38. Orthopedic Trauma
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Soft Tissue Injuries
      • III. Specific Injuries of Bony Skeleton
      • IV. Specific Life-Threatening Complications Associated with Orthopedic Injuries
      • V. Assistive Walking Devices and Splinting
    • Chapter 39. Thoracic Trauma
      • I. General Strategy
      • II. Specific Thoracic Emergencies
    • Chapter 40. Sexual Assault
      • I. Definitions
      • II. General Strategy
  • Part 4. Professional Components
    • Chapter 41. Disaster Preparedness and Response
      • I. Disasters
      • II. Disaster Phases
      • III. General Strategy
      • IV. Specific Weapons of Mass Destruction
      • V. Four Stages of Disaster Management
      • VI. United States Federal Disaster Response
      • VII. Special Topics
    • Chapter 42. Education: Professional, Patient, and Community
      • I. Educational Principles
      • II. Professional Education
      • III. Patient Education
      • IV. Community Education
    • Chapter 43. Emergency Patient Transfer and Transport
      • I. Emergency Medical Services System
      • II. Interfacility Transport
      • III. National Standards Related to Transport
    • Chapter 44. Forensic Aspects of Emergency Nursing
      • I. General Overview
      • II. Assessment
      • III. Physical Forensic Evidence
      • IV. Informational Forensic Evidence
    • Chapter 45. Legal and Regulatory Issues
      • I. General Overview
      • II. Consent
      • III. Patient Treatment and Transfer Issues
      • IV. Reportable Situations
      • V. Documentation
      • VI. Trauma Center Legalities
      • VII. Affordable Care Act
      • VIII. Hospital Accreditation Organizations
    • Chapter 46. Professionalism and Leadership
      • I. Professionalism
      • II. Scope and Standards of Emergency Nursing4
      • III. Career Development
      • IV. Advanced Practice Roles in the Emergency Care System
      • V. Networking
      • VI. Leadership Traits and Styles
      • VII. Leadership Competencies
      • VIII. Work Environment
      • IX. The Impaired Nurse
    • Chapter 47. Research and Evidence-Based Practice
      • I. Purpose
      • II. Nursing Education and Research Functions
      • III. Research Projects
      • IV. Research Methodologies
      • V. Research Process Steps
      • VI. Research Ethics
      • VII. Application to Clinical Practice
      • VIII. Critiquing Research
      • IX. Using Evidence-Based Practice
    • Chapter 48. Violence in the Emergency Care Setting
      • I. Definitions
      • II. Bowie’s Expanded Typology of Violence2
      • III. Violence Against ED Nurses
  • Appendixes
    • Appendix A. Coma Scales
    • Appendix B. Age-Specific Vital Signs
    • Appendix C. Infant Pain Scales
    • Appendix D. Revised Trauma Score
  • Index

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