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Health Assessment and Physical Examination: Australian & New Zealand edition, 1st Edition

by: Mary Ellen Zator Estes | Pauline Calleja | Karen Theobald | Theresa Harvey

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Publisher: Cengage Learning,24.10.12

Category: NURSING Level:

ISBN: 0170211657
ISBN13: 9780170211659

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Institution:
Australian Catholic University - Mackillop (North Sydney) - First Semester 1501
Course Code:
NRSG125
Subject:
NRSG125 (Health Assessment)

Institution: ACU North Sydney - 2014 2nd Semester
Course Code: NRSG125
Subject: Health Assessment

Institution: ACU Brisbane (Banyo) - 2014 2nd Semester
Course Code: NRSG125
Subject: Health Assessment

Institution: Australian Catholic University - St Patrick 's (Melbourne) - Semester 1 2016
Course Code: NRSG258
Subject: Acute Care Nursing 1

This first Australia and New Zealand edition of the comprehensive Estes' Health Assessment and Physical Examination is designed to teach students to assess a patient's physical, psychological, cultural and emotional dimensions of health as a foundation of nursing care. The skills of interviewing, inspection, percussion, palpation, auscultation, and documentation are defined to help students to make clinical assessments and promote healthy patient outcomes. A strong emphasis on science encompasses all the technical aspects of anatomy, physiology and assessment, while highlighting clinically relevant information. Emphasis on caring is displayed through themes of assessment of the whole person, which also encourages nurses to think about care for themselves as well as patients.

UNIT 1: Laying the foundation
1. Critical thinking and the nursing process
2. The patient interview and developmental considerations
3. The complete health history including documentation
4. Physical assessment techniques
5. Cultural and spiritual assessment

UNIT 2: Physical examination
6. Examination requirements for every patient
7. Mental status and neurological techniques
8. Skin, hair and nails
9. Head, neck and regional lymphatics
10. Eyes
11. Ears, nose, mouth and throat
12. Breasts and regional nodes
13. Thorax and lungs
14. Heart and blood vessels
15. Abdomen and nutrition
16. Musculoskeletal system
17. Female genitalia
18. Male genitalia
19. Anus, rectum and prostate

UNIT 3: Specific Lifespan Populations
20. The pregnant patient
21. The paediatric patient
22. The older adult

UNIT 4: Putting it all together
23. The complete health history and physical examination