This useful resource will help both clinicians and institutions deliver wound care that's both appropriate for patient needs and cost-effective for the institution. Featuring important new information on documentation regulations, including helpful checklists, and offering take-away highlights in every chapter, this useful resource also provides new content on lymphedema management guidelines, negative pressure wound therapy, and capturing data using today's media capabilities. Part 1 covers the fundamentals of skin and wound care, including assessment, treatment, prevention, nutrition, and documentation. Part 2 offers profiles and photos of hundreds of skin and wound care products, all categorized and alphabetized for easy reference. The book also includes a full-color wound photo section, wound checklists, and much more.I Remove the syringe from the inflation port, and gently pull on the soft silicone catheter to check that the balloon is securely in the rectum and ... Make sure that the syringe isna#39;t inadvertently attached to the balloon inflation port (marked 45 mL ).
|Title||:||Clinical Guide to Skin and Wound Care|
|Author||:||Cathy T. Hess|
|Publisher||:||Lippincott Williams & Wilkins - 2012-09-26|