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Circulatory Ulcers : A Physical Approach

By: Tranchell, Hilton G.
Contributor(s): Bannister, Charles R.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.Publisher: Burlington : Elsevier Science, 2013Description: 1 online resource (93 p.).ISBN: 9781483194158.Subject(s): Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Nursing Care -- methods -- HandbooksGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Circulatory Ulcers : A Physical ApproachDDC classification: 610.73 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Cover; Circulatory Ulcers: A Physical Approach; Copyright Page; PREFACE; Table of Contents; FOREWORD; CHAPTER 1. ULCERS: A COMPARISON; Circulatory Types; CHAPTER 2. THE ULCER; Parts of an Ulcer; Appearance; Significance of Site; CHAPTER 3. THE AIMS AND TECHNIQUES OFTREATMENT; I. To Convince Patient that Cure is Possible; 2. To Relieve Pain; 3. To Mobilize Joints; 4. To Strengthen and Re-educate Musculature; 5. To Improve Circulation; 6. To Treat Ulcer Locally; 7. To Restore or Maintain Normality of Skin; 8. To Re-educate for Normal Activities of Limb
9. To Instruct Patient in After-care.CHAPTER 4. THE PRESCRIPTION OF TREATMENT; I. The Patient; 2. The Limb; 3. The Ulcer; 4. The Weather; 5. Frequency of Attendance; CHAPTER 5. MEDICAMENTS; I. Toilet Solutions; 2. Skin Protectives; 3. Dressing Solutions; CHAPTER 6. THE TREATMENT; Frequency of Treatment; CHAPTER 7. SKIN-GRAFTS; Thiersch.; Pedicle Graft; Physical Preparation; CHAPTER 8. EXCISION AND SKIN-GRAFT; Pre-operative Treatment; The Operation; Post-operative Treatment; CHAPTER 9. SUGGESTIONS FOR ORGANIZATION; CHAPTER 10. CONCLUSION; SUMMARY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENTS
APPENDIX. NOTES ON SOME CASES1. Mr. A; 2. Mrs. B; 3. Mrs. C; 4. Mrs. D; 5. Miss E; INDEX
Summary: Circulatory Ulcers: A Physical Approach is a nine-chapter test that explores the causes and treatment of different type of ulcers. This book discusses the physiology, development, and treatment options of the wound. The first chapters deal with the removal of pain induced by the wound; methods to exercise the joints; strengthen and re-establish muscle contractions; types of effective dressing for the wound; classes of exercise to treat the immobility; improving circulation; and local treatment of ulcer. The succeeding chapters consider the restoration, treatment, and drugs of skin surrounding
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Front Cover; Circulatory Ulcers: A Physical Approach; Copyright Page; PREFACE; Table of Contents; FOREWORD; CHAPTER 1. ULCERS: A COMPARISON; Circulatory Types; CHAPTER 2. THE ULCER; Parts of an Ulcer; Appearance; Significance of Site; CHAPTER 3. THE AIMS AND TECHNIQUES OFTREATMENT; I. To Convince Patient that Cure is Possible; 2. To Relieve Pain; 3. To Mobilize Joints; 4. To Strengthen and Re-educate Musculature; 5. To Improve Circulation; 6. To Treat Ulcer Locally; 7. To Restore or Maintain Normality of Skin; 8. To Re-educate for Normal Activities of Limb

9. To Instruct Patient in After-care.CHAPTER 4. THE PRESCRIPTION OF TREATMENT; I. The Patient; 2. The Limb; 3. The Ulcer; 4. The Weather; 5. Frequency of Attendance; CHAPTER 5. MEDICAMENTS; I. Toilet Solutions; 2. Skin Protectives; 3. Dressing Solutions; CHAPTER 6. THE TREATMENT; Frequency of Treatment; CHAPTER 7. SKIN-GRAFTS; Thiersch.; Pedicle Graft; Physical Preparation; CHAPTER 8. EXCISION AND SKIN-GRAFT; Pre-operative Treatment; The Operation; Post-operative Treatment; CHAPTER 9. SUGGESTIONS FOR ORGANIZATION; CHAPTER 10. CONCLUSION; SUMMARY OF PHYSIOTHERAPY TREATMENTS

APPENDIX. NOTES ON SOME CASES1. Mr. A; 2. Mrs. B; 3. Mrs. C; 4. Mrs. D; 5. Miss E; INDEX

Circulatory Ulcers: A Physical Approach is a nine-chapter test that explores the causes and treatment of different type of ulcers. This book discusses the physiology, development, and treatment options of the wound. The first chapters deal with the removal of pain induced by the wound; methods to exercise the joints; strengthen and re-establish muscle contractions; types of effective dressing for the wound; classes of exercise to treat the immobility; improving circulation; and local treatment of ulcer. The succeeding chapters consider the restoration, treatment, and drugs of skin surrounding

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