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Handbook for Brunner & Suddarth's textbook of medical-surgical nursing
Call Number: HEALTH Books WY 49 .J68h 2008
This book has nearly 200 alphabetically organized entries on the most common medical-surgical disorders, cross-referenced to the textbook.

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Abdominal emergencies
Call Number: HEALTH Books WI 900 .A13345 2008
This book provides an overview of abdominal pain-related conditions. Ch. 13. Bowel obstruction and volvulus

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Maingot's abdominal operations
Call Number: HEALTH Books WI 900 .M225a 2007
This book covers benign and malignant conditions -- along with both common and esoteric diseases -- in 53 focused chapters written by preeminent scholars.


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Lippincott manual of nursing practice
Call Number: E-Book
Chapter 18 Gastrointestinal Disorders

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Fluid & electrolyte balance: Nursing considerations
Call Number: E-Book

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Professional guide to signs & symptoms
Call Number: E-Book
This book is organized in an A-Z format and has more than 550 signs and symptoms with nursing implications in a concise format.

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Medical-surgical nursing made incredibly easy!
Call Number: E-Book
Chapter 3 - Fluids & Electrolytes Chapter 5 - Pain Management Chapter 11 - Gastrointestinal disorders

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Just the facts: IV Therapy
Call Number: E-Book
Separate chapters focus on peripheral and central venous I.V. therapy, including coverage on state-of-the-art vascular access devices, PICC lines, and a quick-scan guide to CV catheters. Close attention is given to the prevention and management of specific complications of peripheral and central venous therapy. Other chapters cover I.V. medication administration, transfusions, chemotherapy infusions, and parenteral nutrition.

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I.V. therapy made incredibly easy!
Call Number: E-Book
The book reviews the basics of I.V. therapy such as purpose, delivery methods, flow rates, legal issues, profession standards, and documentation; discusses the necessary components of peripheral and central venous therapy, including access sites, equipment, preparation, maintenance, and discontinuation of therapy; and describes administration of I.V. medications, including special considerations for the pediatric, elderly, and home care patient.


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