Wound, ostomy, and continence nursing secrets / Catherine T. Milne, Lisa Q. Corbett, Debra L. Dubuc.
By: Milne, Catherine T.
Contributor(s): Corbett, Lisa Q | Dubuc, Debra L.Material type: TextSeries: Secrets series: Publisher: Philadelphia, PA : Hanley & Belfus, c2003Description: xiv, 416 p. : ill. ; 25 cm.ISBN: 9781560535232; 1560535237.Subject(s): Wounds and injuries -- Nursing | Wounds and injuries -- Treatment | Urinary incontinence -- Nursing | Urinary incontinence -- Treatment | Fecal incontinence -- Nursing | Fecal incontinence -- TreatmentDDC classification: 617.14
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
"Focused and concise, yet comprehensive in scope, this text gives you the information you need for effective and efficient wound, ostomy, and continence care featuring a multidisciplinary approach."--BOOK JACKET.
Wounds -- Anatomy and physiology of the skin -- Maintaining skin integrity: general principles of care -- Maintaining skin integrity: cleansers, creams, and lotions -- Mechanisms of wounding -- Physiology of wound healing -- Role of collagen in wound healing -- Role of hyaluronan in wound healing -- Nutrition and wound healing -- Assessment of patient and wound -- Assessment of periwound skin -- Wound cleansing -- Autolytic, mechanical, chemical, and sharp debridement -- Pulsed lavage -- Hydrotherapy for cleansing and debridement -- Biotherapy debridement: maggot therapy -- Diagnosing wound infections -- Tropical agents for management of wound infections -- Ultraviolet C in the management of wound infections -- Systemic medications for infectious wounds -- Diagnosis and management of osteomyelitis -- Topical dressings and rationale for selection -- Collagen wound dressings -- Small intestine submucosa dressings -- Hyaluronan wound dressings -- Growth factors and wound healing -- Plastic surgery in wound management -- Biotherapy: leeches -- Skin substitutes -- Negative-pressure wound therapy -- Anabolic agents in wound healing -- Noncontact normothermic wound therapy -- Hyperbaric oxygen and tissue repair -- Electrical stimulation -- Ultrasound in wound care -- Shortwave diathermy -- Cell proliferation induction -- Differentiating lower extremity ulcerations -- Venous ulcers -- Arterial ulcers -- Mixed venous and arterial disease -- Neuropathic foot ulcers -- Prevention and treatment strategies for diabetic neuropathic ulcers -- Offloading the neuropathic foot -- Pressure ulcers of the heel -- Inflammatory ulcerations -- Kennedy terminal ulcer -- Rare but there: necrotizing soft tissue infection -- Rare but there: other lower extremity wounds -- Common pitfalls in wound healing -- Options in tissue closure -- Nonhealing surgical wound -- Meeting the needs of obese patients -- Support surfaces: classification and selection criteria -- Metastatic skin lesions -- Burn wound care -- Management of wound pain -- Lymphedema management -- Management of skin problems associated with lymphedema -- Evaluating wound therapies -- Having a wound: patient and caregiver views -- Special considerations for home care -- Special considerations for outpatient wound care centers -- Special considerations for skilled nursing and subacute facilities -- Ostomy -- Anatomy and physiology of the gastrointestinal tract -- Anatomy and physiology of the genitourinary tract -- Conditions necessitating an ostomy -- Ostomy surgical procedures -- Routine assessment of the patient with an ostomy -- Ostomy equipment and selection criteria -- Nonadhesive ostomy systems -- Routine management of the patient with an ostomy -- Common ostomy problems -- Psychosocial issues: a developmental approach -- Continence -- Physiology of voiding -- Physiology of defecation -- Classification of urinary incontinence -- Assessment of urinary incontinence -- Assessment and diagnosis of fecal incontinence -- Behavioral methods to achieve continence -- Nonbehavioral treatments for urinary continence -- Treatment options in fecal incontinence -- Prevention and treatment of perineal skin breakdown -- Essential resources -- Legal issues in wound, ostomy, and continence care -- Certification in wound, ostomy, or continence specialties -- Appendix a: resources for ostomates -- Appendix b: resources in wound, ostomy, and continence specialties.