Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Nursing (Oxford Handbooks in Nursing) (Paperback)
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Respiratory disease is one of the leading causes of both mortality and morbidity, causing a significant burden on healthcare resources, the economy, and on individual patients and their carers. Respiratory conditions are managed in many different settings, from home and residential care through the full range of primary to tertiary care. The multifaceted nature of both diseases affecting respiration and the care options is comprehensively covered in this second edition of the Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Nursing. Offering a systematic description of the main respiratory diseases found in adults, the Handbook covers the assessment, diagnosis, and nursing management of each condition. With a special focus on the role of the multidisciplinary team in meeting the multiple care needs of respiratory patients, including physical and psychosocial concerns, and both pharmacological and non-pharmacological therapies, the Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Nursing is a unique and invaluable companion for all healthcare professionals working within the specialty. Fully updated to reflect changes in new national and international guidance, with additional topics on biologics, antifibrotic therapy, inspiratory flow, and new NICE and UKIG standards and algorithms, the material has been fully overhauled to reflect current best practice and therapeutic options. Concise, didactic, and augmented with further reading and useful online resources, the second edition of the Oxford Handbook of Respiratory Nursing gives nurses working in the field all the information they need at their fingertips.
About the Author
Terry Robinson, Jane Scullion Terry Robinson is a Respiratory Nurse Consultant at the Harrogate District Hospital in Yorkshire, where she has worked for 14 years. Previously, she has worked as a respiratory nurse trainer and practice nurse. She manages a team of respiratory nurses for patients both within the hospital and thecommunity, and divides her role between clinical work and research, guideline, and service development. She served as president of the Yorkshire Thoracic Society, and was awarded Nursing Times Respiratory Nurse of the Year. Jane Scullion is a Consultant Respiratory Nurse at the University Hospitals of Leicester, and a member of the East Midlands Clinical Senate. She works across primary and secondary care, and is the Regional Clinical Lead for Home Oxygen, as well as working with patients who have chronic respiratoryconditions. She is on the editorial board of Thorax and primary Health Care, is a RCN advisor for NICE, and the East Midlands Regional Chair for the British Lung Foundation. In 2018 she was awarded a Lifetime Achievement Award for her outstanding contribution to respiratory nursing by theAssociation of Respiratory Nurse Specialists.