Nursing technology (secondary)

Date of publication:2012-8   Press: Science Press   Author:Chen Zhaokun, Fu Nengrong.   Pages:448   Words:681000  
Summary

Chen Zhaokun compiled the "nursing technique" is the national health planning and teaching of Vocational colleges. The book has 27 chapters, based on clinical nursing process as the main line, including basic nursing skills and nursing techniques, ranging from the hospital structure to control the nosocomial infection, from outpatient and emergency patient basic nursing technology to human patients, patient care technology, vital signs observation and measurement technology, supine and safe nursing technology, drug delivery technology, specimen collection technology, diet and nutrition care, patients living nursing technology, excretion, and hot and cold therapy nursing technology and nursing technology and pipeline identification, stoma nursing technique, endoscopic nursing technology, various puncture postoperative nursing technology, critically ill patients with nursing rescue techniques and special care, patients nursing technology, dying and death patient care, nursing document writing and keeping, nursing technical operation of occupational protection knowledge, nursing skills and potential legal issues. The book according to the new standard of care requirements, added a new clinical content, book through high quality nursing service and the concept of humanistic care, the need for new medicine development.
"nursing technique" can be used as a secondary vocational health school nursing, nursing, midwifery students teaching materials, suitable for clinical nurse continuing education training and related medical professional teaching and other reference.
Catalogue of books

Chapter l introduction
first learning "nursing technique" the significance of
second day care on the definition, task, content and learning method of
second chapter hospital tasks and structure of
first day hospital overview of
second day hospital nursing management overview of
Third day hospital commonly used nursing quality standard, nursing core system
fourth day hospital care quality defects and the management of
third chapter hospital infection prevention and control of hospital infection.
first
second day cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of
third aseptic technique
Fourth disinfection supply center
fifth laminar flow clean technology
sixth operation room aseptic technique
seventh day hospital disposable supplies management
fourth chapter isolation technology
first isolated operating technology and requirements of
second special infection isolation of patients and nursing
Third Medical Waste Management
fifth chapter outpatient basic nursing technique
first out-patient department layout and environmental requirements of
second section of guiding nurse duty and its process of
third triage nurses and nursing work duties.
sixth chapters on emergency patients Diagnosis of common rescue techniques
first emergency department layout and environmental requirements of
second pre hospital cardiopulmonary cerebral resuscitation.
third day simple artificial respirator use
Fourth emergency green channel
seventh chapter patients nursing technology
first admission procedure in second patients with
handling technology
eighth chapter patient nursing technology
first bed method
second grading nursing system
ninth chapter vital signs observation and measurement technology
first section temperature assessment and nursing of
second pulse assessment and nursing of
third respiratory assessment and nursing of
fourth evaluation of blood pressure and nursing of
fifth section temperature drawing
tenth chapter supine and safe nursing technology
first patients supine
second day to help patients to change position method.
third section protection with application of
eleventh chapter drug delivery technology
first day delivery the basic principle and drug management in
second injection technology of
third drug allergy test of
Fourth intravenous infusion.
fifth venous catheter technology
sixth static Pulse transmission and blood
seventh day oral administration of
eighth atomization administration technology of
ninth segments of the local drug delivery technology
twelfth chapter collection technology
first introduction to
second kinds of specimen collection method
thirteenth chapter diet and nutrition care technology
first day hospital diet
the second section patients diet nursing
third day feeding method
Fourth nutrition support therapy nursing technique
fourteenth chapter of life of the patients with nursing technology
first morning and evening asked nursing
second day oral care
Third day hair care
Fourth skin care and prevention of pressure ulcer care and evaluation of
fifth ambulatory patients with bed sheets and replace
sixth neonatal care and feeding technology of
seventh neonatal skin care technology
eighth day washing perineum nursing technology
fifteenth chapter excretion
first
second nursing of urination defecation nursing
third day 24 hours recording
sixteenth chapter cold treatment
first day cold therapy.
second thermotherapy
third neonatal incubator, blue light treatment nursing technology
seventeenth chapter Pipeline
first section of pipeline nursing technique of identifying and managing
second section of pipeline nursing technology
eighteenth chapter ostomy care technology
first stoma definition and classification of
second kinds of ostomy care technology
third day surgery general dressing method
Fourth suture and stitches
fifth binding
the nineteenth chapter endoscopy nursing technology
first fiberoptic bronchoscopy cooperation and nursing of
second fiber gastric and duodenal endoscopy cooperation and nursing of
third fiber colonoscopy cooperation and nursing of
Fourth colposcopy coordination and nursing care of
fifth laparoscopy the operative cooperation and nursing of
twentieth chapter common puncture nursing technology
twenty-first chapter critically ill patients with nursing and rescuing technology
first critically ill patients in observation and supportive care.
second day rescue of patients with severe
third critically ill patients with shift and recording
twenty-second chapter special nursing technology
first hyperbaric oxygen treatment nursing technology
second blood glucose nursing technology
Chapter twenty-third discharged patients nursing technology Nursing care of
first patients discharged from hospital> second discharged patients associated with
twenty-fourth chapter dying and death patient care technology
section first dying patients nursing technique
second day death concept and stage
third day after the death of the nursing technique
twenty-fifth chapter of medical and nursing document writing and keeping
first medical and nursing document and the importance of writing and the storage requirements of
Second Medical and nursing document writing
twenty-sixth chapter nursing technical operation of occupational protective knowledge
first section provides an overview of
second nursing occupational risk factors and protection measures of
twenty-seventh chapter nursing technology and potential legal problems of
first section provides an overview of
second day care in the legal problems of
reference
appendix temperature
nursing technology teaching basic requirements
Chapter excerpt

The copyright page: illustration: (2) incontinence: micturition lose consciousness, urine is not mainstream a urinary incontinence. Urinary incontinence can be divided into four kinds: urinary incontinence, false incontinence, stress incontinence, urgency urinary incontinence. 1) incontinence: refers to the bladder nerve dysfunction or damage, the sphincter of urethra and bladder loss of function, the flow of urine is not independent, completely unable to store urine bladder. Performance for the last drops of urine, in coma, paralysis patients. 2) false incontinence: also called overflow incontinence. Part of the storage of urine bladder, when filling to a certain pressure, i.e. involuntary spillover small amounts of urine in the bladder pressure decreases, urination stop. The main reason is spinal micturition center activity was inhibited, such as spinal cord injury patients. 3) stress urinary incontinence: due to bladder, urethral sphincter tension lower, pelvic floor muscle and ligament relaxation, when coughing, sneezing or exercise abdominal muscle contraction, increase of intraabdominal pressure, so that the involuntary discharge a small amount of urine (urine volume of less than 50ml). In multipara. 4) urge incontinence: when patients have a strong urge to urinate desire, immediately involuntary urination. As shown in the bladder capacity is low, occurrence frequent micturition, urgency of urination, cause urinary incontinence. In a bladder infection, mechanical stimulation. Nursing measures three, abnormal urination in patients with (a) 1 nursing psychological nursing for patients with urinary incontinence patients often feel shy, anxiety and inferiority complex. Nurses should understand and respect patients, active interest in regards to patients, to provide the necessary help, to establish confidence, actively cooperate with the treatment and nursing. 2 skin care to keep the patients perineal skin and the bed clean and dry, to observe, regular cleaning and replacement. 3 indoor environmental timing open doors and windows for ventilation, keep the air fresh. The abdominal distension discomfort 4 observe the voiding reaction pseudo urinary bladder incontinence filling, the nurse as far as possible to help patients in the trial voiding urine overflow before. For elderly patients, ready for the toilet, every 2 to 3 hours to give toilet time, eliminate psychological tension, conscious control of micturition. 5 urine management (1) external drainage: female patients with available female urinal to vulva access urine, can also be used diaper pad or diapers; male patients can be arranged in the appropriate parts of the urinal vulva take urine, can also be used condom connected with urine bags (this method should not be long-term use). Every time remove the condom and urinal cleaning perineal and penis, observe the local has no redness, edema and damage. To understand the patients of various treatment measures of response, ensure patient comfort. (2) can be sustained in patients with long-term indwelling catheter catheterization urinary incontinence of urine, avoid stimulating the skin; can also be timed urine drainage to exercise the bladder muscle tension. Normal bladder function reconstruction of 6 (1) patients usually have to worry about drinking, not drink plenty of water, it may lead to urinary tract infections, increased urinary incontinence. So the nurse should explain to the patient the importance of drinking water, lifting its ideological concerns. Such patients besides has the taboo, should be encouraged to ensure the liquid intake of 2000 ~ 3000ml, but as far as possible during the day, sleep restriction of drinking water, in order to reduce the influence of urination at night, sleep. On heart and kidney function is not complete person, add liquid should follow the doctor's advice. (2) bladder function training: to help patients to urinate schedule, let patients nurturance the habit of micturition. Start the day every 1 to 2 hours to allow patients to urinate, night once every 4 hours, and gradually extend the time interval, to training consciously urination, promote the recovery of urination function. Take the correct posture when micturition, guide the patients themselves with the hand above the bladder, urethral pressure to direction, assist to empty the bladder.
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