4 edition of Neurologic care, a guide for patient education found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographies and index.
|Statement||Margie J. Van Meter, editor ; contributors, Margaret E. Armstrong ... [et al.].|
|Series||Appleton patient education series|
|Contributions||Van Meter, Margie J., 1937-, Armstrong, Margaret E.|
|LC Classifications||RC350.5 .N47 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 198 p. :|
|Number of Pages||198|
|LC Control Number||81017658|
Improving care to patients with epilepsy requires public education, medical training of existing health care personnel, a reasonable supply of medications, and some referral resource for assistance when management issues arise. Training personnel with expertise in neurologic care is a key ingredient to initiating change. LITERATURE REVIEW. There is limited literature on the specific causes of delays in discharge in neuro-oncology. Causes of delays in discharge in general are reported as multifaceted, taking into account patient and family factors, clinical and organizational factors, and post-discharge factors (Greenwald, Denham, & Jack, ).Internal functions in acute care, such as inadequate or .
A primer on the brain and brain anatomy for non-scientists, compiled by the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke. This fact sheet is a basic introduction to the human brain. It may help you understand how the healthy brain works, how to keep it healthy, and what happens when the brain is diseased or dysfunctional. 3. Bedside neurological shift report also allows me to perform medication reconciliation. Strongly Agree Agree Neither Agree or Disagree Disagree Srongly Disagree 13% 57% 17% 10% 3% 4 4. Immediately after bedside neurological shift report, I am able to communicate with providers regarding patient care.
Neurological Assessment Joanne V. Hickey The purposes of this chapter are (1) to provide an overview for establishing and updating a database for a hospitalized neuroscience patient, and (2) to provide a framework for understanding the organization and interpretation of data from the systematic bedside neurological assessment. Some content that appears in Chapter 7 has. You will learn about neurological assessment and how to accurately and completely evaluate the patient's vital signs, mental status, sensory function, motor function, and level of consciousness. The course then focuses on the various diagnostic procedures used for identifying problems, such as intracranial pressure, tumors, bleeding, and infection.
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Abstract. Neurologic Care: A Guide for Patient Education. Edited by Margie J. Van Meter. New York, AppletonCentury-Crofts, "Information is power" is the repetitive theme of this : Henry M Plawecki.
Neurologic care, a guide for patient education. New York, N.Y.: Appleton-Century-Crofts, © (OCoLC) Online version: Neurologic care, a guide for patient education.
New York, N.Y.: Appleton-Century-Crofts, © (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Margie J Van Meter; Margaret E Armstrong. Advanced Practice Providers & Care Team As part of a care team, access unparalleled resources to help strengthen your neurologic patient care.
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This practical, evidence-based text standardizes neurocritical care and takes you through the rationale for those standards/5(19). Magnetoencephalography (MEG) Education Guide. Magnetoencephalography (MEG) is a non-invasive, neurodiagnostic test that creates a “roadmap” of brain function and used to facilitate treatment planning for epilepsy, brain tumors and other neurologic conditions.
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Neurologic assessment doesn't just take place in neuro units and the ED. A patient who doesn't have a neurologic diagnosis may also require a neuro assessment; for example, a patient with pneumonia can develop neurologic changes due to hypoxia or a post-op patient may have a neurologic.
In this guide are five nursing diagnosis for seizures nursing care plans including their nursing interventions and nursing assessment.
9 Multiple Sclerosis Nursing Care Plans Multiple sclerosis (MS) is the most common of the demyelinating disorders and the predominant CNS disease among young adults. •It is challenging to do a ”good” neurological assessment on all patients. –Disadvantage is that little of the exam is possible –Advantage is that you can follow the exam over time.
“Traditions and Assumptions” •GCS is not a surrogate for a neurological exam. •Delirium monitoring is also not as good neurological. Patient Care in Neurology is written for neurologists, but its strategy is to broaden the debate from the narrow standpoint of diagnosis to the broader issue of how you actually look after patients.
This refreshing approach reflects the changing attitude of neurologists to their role in treatment and in communicating their expertise to patients. The Behavioural Neurology of Antiepileptic Drugs is the first clinically oriented reference book on the use of antiepileptic drugs with a focus on their behavioural effects in both patients with epilepsy and patients with primary psychiatric conditions.
This book provides a pocket-sized guide to assist neurologists in the use of antiepileptic drugs when treating patients with epilepsy and.
This book aims to help students and registered nurses develop their skills in caring for patients with ongoing neurological disorders. Care of the Neurological Patient focuses on practical care in a non-specialist setting, using the ‘12 Activities of Living’ model of nursing.
The initial chapter addresses assessment and prioritisation of Reviews: 1. This handbook provides a practical approach to the evaluation, differential diagnosis, and management of common medical and surgical emergencies such as cardiac arrest, acute respiratory failure, seizures, and hemorrhagic shock occurring in hospitalized patients.
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St. Paul, Minn. - The American Academy of Neurology announces publication of a series of books that offer valuable information about common disorders of the brain and central nervous system. Migraines and Other Headaches is the first in the series. “This book is the essential guide for anyone who suffers from headaches, and for those who don’t, to understand those who do,” according.
A focused neurologic assessment should be performed in a systematic head-to-toe manner, and includes the Glasgow Coma Scale (GCS), cranial nerve assessment, muscle strength and coordination. Balance and reflexes are also assessed, but usually by the healthcare provider and based on the patient's clinical status.1,2.
The Pocket Guide to Neurocritical Care serves as a valuable tool for practitioners at the bedside, including trainees, physicians, nurses, pharmacists, and advanced practice providers, whether in the Emergency Department setting, Medical or Surgical ICU, or Neuro Critical Care Unit.
A GUIDE TO NEUROLOGICAL EXAMINATION Starting in medical school neurologic examination has remained intimidating for many physicians.
The examination has been perfected over many decades thanks to our French and German founding fathers. It has led to eponyms (e.g. NEURO: Mental status: The patient is alert, attentive, and oriented.
Speech: clear and fluent with good repetition, comprehension, and naming. She recalls 3/3 objects at 5 minutes. Cranial nerves: CN II: Visual fields are full to confrontation.
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