Science in Nursing and Health Care

Science in Nursing and Health Care

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The basic scientific principles underlying health care become clear with this straightforward, engaging and applied book. The authors of Science in Nursing and Health believe that in order to provide the best patient care, ita€™s necessary to understand the diverse areas of science that inform it. Written in a question and answer format, this book will show you how science concepts relate to nursing and health care. Ita€™s packed with applications and real-life examples that show how relevant a good understanding of science is to your everyday practice.Earlier we noted that certain atoms, particularly those with four or five electrons in the outer energy level, do not form ions. ... In water molecules, the oxygen atom has six of its own electrons in its valence shell plus one shared with each of the two ... Double and triple covalent bonds Have a look at Figure 3.7 again. l In the formation of molecules of hydrogen, oxygen and nitrogen, how many electrons areanbsp;...

Title:Science in Nursing and Health Care
Author:Tony Farine, Mark A. Foss
Publisher:Routledge - 2013-11-26


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