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Wound Care at a Glance.

By: Peate, Ian.
Contributor(s): Glencross, Wyn.
Material type: TextTextSeries: eBooks on Demand.At a Glance: Publisher: Somerset : Wiley, 2015Description: 1 online resource (124 p.).ISBN: 9781118995556.Subject(s): Wound healing -- Handbooks, manuals, etc | Wounds and injuries -- Nursing -- Handbooks, manuals, etcGenre/Form: Electronic books.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Wound Care at a GlanceDDC classification: 617.1 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Part 1 Anatomy and physiology -- Chapter 1 The history of wound care -- A brief history of wound care -- Chapter 2 Anatomy and physiology of the skin -- Appendages -- Chapter 3 Psychological and social aspects of the skin -- The skin - psychological and social -- Stress and anxiety -- Emotional impact -- Management -- Chapter 4 Body image -- Body image -- Management -- Chapter 5 The skin and ageing -- Ageing population -- At the cellular level
Part 2 The normal healing process: acute wounds -- Chapter 6 Haemostasis -- Physiology of haemostasis -- Clotting cascade -- Wound healing -- Chapter 7 Inflammation -- Inflammation -- The inflammatory response -- Chapter 8 Proliferation (granulation and epithelialization) -- Proliferation -- Granulation -- Epithelialization, maturation and remodelling -- Chapter 9 Maturation -- Wound healing -- The maturation phase -- Chapter 10 Factors affecting wound healing -- Holistic assessment -- Physical -- Environmental -- Emotional -- Psychological -- Social -- Economical
Part 3 The abnormal healing process: chronic wound healing -- Chapter 11 The impaired healing process -- Chapter 12 Factors affecting wound healing -- Chapter 13 Nutrition and wound healing -- Nutritional assessment -- Clinical characteristics of malnutrition -- Clinical characteristics of the wound caused by malnutrition -- Medical conditions that could lead to malnutrition -- Chapter 14 Incontinence and wounds -- What is incontinence? -- Chapter 15 Vascular disease -- Part 4 Wound management in practice -- Chapter 16 Assessment of skin -- Patient history -- Physical assessment of the skin
Assessment tools -- Chapter 17 Assessment of the patient with a wound -- Chapter 18 Classification of wounds -- Acute wounds -- Chronic wounds -- Tissue types -- Chapter 19 Legal and ethical aspects of wound care -- Professional standards -- Legal standards -- Tissue viability issues commonly scrutinized -- Chapter 20 Documenting wounds and keeping records -- The Nursing Process -- Tissue viability documentation -- Chapter 21 Evidence-based practice -- Evidence-based wound care -- Five stages of evidence-based practice -- Chapter 22 Treatment options -- Wound closure
Treatment options for secondary intention healing -- Chapter 23 Pain management -- Pain - a holistic approach -- Wound-related pain -- Pain assessment -- Pain management -- Part 5 Dressing selection -- Chapter 24 Principles of wound management I -- Applying principles -- Chapter 25 Principles of wound management II -- Typical care plan to manage wound moisture levels -- Chapter 26 Managing wound exudate -- Moist wound healing -- Chapter 27 Generic wound products: mode of action -- Wound products -- Conclusion -- Chapter 28 Choosing a wound care product -- Aims in wound care
Tissue, Infection, Moisture, Edge (TIME)
Summary: Wound Care at a Glance combines superb illustrations with accessible and informative text to make the key concepts of wound care easy to understand. Providing practical guidance for all healthcare professionals who care for people with wounds, or who have an interest in this complex area of healthcare, it succinctly addresses a wide range of issues including relevant anatomy and physiology, psychological issues, physical care considerations, patient safety issues, legal and ethical issues, and various treatment and management options.
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Cover -- Title Page -- Copyright -- Contents -- Part 1 Anatomy and physiology -- Chapter 1 The history of wound care -- A brief history of wound care -- Chapter 2 Anatomy and physiology of the skin -- Appendages -- Chapter 3 Psychological and social aspects of the skin -- The skin - psychological and social -- Stress and anxiety -- Emotional impact -- Management -- Chapter 4 Body image -- Body image -- Management -- Chapter 5 The skin and ageing -- Ageing population -- At the cellular level

Part 2 The normal healing process: acute wounds -- Chapter 6 Haemostasis -- Physiology of haemostasis -- Clotting cascade -- Wound healing -- Chapter 7 Inflammation -- Inflammation -- The inflammatory response -- Chapter 8 Proliferation (granulation and epithelialization) -- Proliferation -- Granulation -- Epithelialization, maturation and remodelling -- Chapter 9 Maturation -- Wound healing -- The maturation phase -- Chapter 10 Factors affecting wound healing -- Holistic assessment -- Physical -- Environmental -- Emotional -- Psychological -- Social -- Economical

Part 3 The abnormal healing process: chronic wound healing -- Chapter 11 The impaired healing process -- Chapter 12 Factors affecting wound healing -- Chapter 13 Nutrition and wound healing -- Nutritional assessment -- Clinical characteristics of malnutrition -- Clinical characteristics of the wound caused by malnutrition -- Medical conditions that could lead to malnutrition -- Chapter 14 Incontinence and wounds -- What is incontinence? -- Chapter 15 Vascular disease -- Part 4 Wound management in practice -- Chapter 16 Assessment of skin -- Patient history -- Physical assessment of the skin

Assessment tools -- Chapter 17 Assessment of the patient with a wound -- Chapter 18 Classification of wounds -- Acute wounds -- Chronic wounds -- Tissue types -- Chapter 19 Legal and ethical aspects of wound care -- Professional standards -- Legal standards -- Tissue viability issues commonly scrutinized -- Chapter 20 Documenting wounds and keeping records -- The Nursing Process -- Tissue viability documentation -- Chapter 21 Evidence-based practice -- Evidence-based wound care -- Five stages of evidence-based practice -- Chapter 22 Treatment options -- Wound closure

Treatment options for secondary intention healing -- Chapter 23 Pain management -- Pain - a holistic approach -- Wound-related pain -- Pain assessment -- Pain management -- Part 5 Dressing selection -- Chapter 24 Principles of wound management I -- Applying principles -- Chapter 25 Principles of wound management II -- Typical care plan to manage wound moisture levels -- Chapter 26 Managing wound exudate -- Moist wound healing -- Chapter 27 Generic wound products: mode of action -- Wound products -- Conclusion -- Chapter 28 Choosing a wound care product -- Aims in wound care

Tissue, Infection, Moisture, Edge (TIME)

Wound Care at a Glance combines superb illustrations with accessible and informative text to make the key concepts of wound care easy to understand. Providing practical guidance for all healthcare professionals who care for people with wounds, or who have an interest in this complex area of healthcare, it succinctly addresses a wide range of issues including relevant anatomy and physiology, psychological issues, physical care considerations, patient safety issues, legal and ethical issues, and various treatment and management options.

Description based upon print version of record.

Author notes provided by Syndetics

<p>Ian Peate is Visiting Professor of Nursing, Head of the School of Nursing School of Health Studies, Gibraltar and Editor in Chief, British Journal of Nursing.</p> <p>Wyn Glencross is an Independent Tissue Viability Nurse Consultant and Expert Witness</p>

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