Practice Guidelines For Family Nurse Practitioners by Karen FenstermacherPractice Guidelines For Family Nurse Practitioners by Karen Fenstermacher

Practice Guidelines For Family Nurse Practitioners

byKaren Fenstermacher, Barbara Toni HudsonEditorKaren Fenstermacher

Spiral Bound | June 4, 2015

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Prepare for FNP practice with the latest evidence-based guidelines!Practice Guidelines for Family Nurse Practitioners, 4th Edition provides essential information on current assessment and management protocols for primary care patients of all ages. Key details are easy to find, with the book's concise, outline-style guidelines and abundant summary tables and charts. And you'll be ready to manage care more effectively with the latest information on topics such as pain management, bariatric surgery follow-up, restless legs syndrome, and new medications for diabetes and cardiovascular disorders. Written by expert nurse practitioners Karen Fenstermacher and Barbara Toni Hudson, this guide equips you for the conditions most commonly seen in primary care settings.

Title:Practice Guidelines For Family Nurse PractitionersFormat:Spiral BoundDimensions:480 pages, 1 × 1 × 1 inPublished:June 4, 2015Publisher:Elsevier CanadaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0323290809

ISBN - 13:9780323290807

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Table of Contents

Unit I: History and Physical Examination
1. Adult Assessment
2. Pediatric Assessment
3. Geriatric Assessment
4. Laboratory and Diagnostic PearlsNEW!
Unit II: Common Conditions
5. Skin Conditions
6. Respiratory Conditions
7. Eye, Ear, Nose, and Throat Conditions
8. Cardiovascular Disorders
9. Peripheral Vascular and Hematologic Disorders
10. Abdominal Disorders
11. Gynecologic Disorders
12. Common Urinary Tract Disorders
13. Neurological Disorders
14. Musculoskeletal Conditions
15. PainNEW!
15. Endocrine Disorders
16. Pediatric Disorders
17. Psychiatric Disorders
A. Food Sources for Selected Nutrients
B. Biological Disease Agents