A Dictionary of Nursing 6/e (Oxford Quick Reference)
Written by medical and nursing specialists, and offering 10,200 clear and concise entries on the theory and practice of nursing, the dictionary provides comprehensive coverage of the ever-expanding vocabulary of the nursing professions. As well as nursing-specific terms, there are also many entries in the fields of medicine, anatomy, physiology, ethics, psychiatry, nutrition, statistics, and pharmacology. More than 100 helpful illustrations and 18 appendices covering the Code of Conduct 2008, the calculation of drug dosages, essential skill clusters, religion and nursing practice, recommended alcohol intake, and much more, help to make this an invaluable reference tool for all nursing students and professionals.
The Oxford Dictionary of Nursing is a comprehensive and easy access guide to common medical terms, allowing members of the profession to understand and competently deal with rare and specific conditions. (Allison Crocker, theatre practitioner, Poole Hospital NHS Foundation Trust; Nursing Times)The ideal book for those on the front line of medicine. (Northern Echo)Contains every definition a nurse could possibly need (Independent i)
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