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Venepuncture and cannulation / edited by Sarah Phillips, Mary Collins, Lisa Dougherty.

Contributor(s): Phillips, Sarah, 1972- | Collins, Mary, 1971- | Dougherty, Lisa.
Material type: TextTextSeries: Wiley Online Library.Essential clinical skills for nurses: Publisher: Chichester, West Sussex : Wiley-Blackwell, 2011Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781444393231 (electronic bk.); 1444393235 (electronic bk.); 9781444393217 (electronic bk.); 1444393219 (electronic bk.); 9781444393224 (electronic bk.); 1444393227 (electronic bk.).Subject(s): Veins -- Puncture | Catheterization | NursingAdditional physical formats: Print version:: Venepuncture and cannulation.DDC classification: 615/.39 Online resources: Click here to view this ebook.
Contents:
Front Matter -- Introduction / Sarah Phillips, Mary Collins -- Legal and Professional Issues / Lorraine Hyde -- The Learning Experience / Sarah Phillips -- Anatomy and Physiology / Mary Collins -- Selection of Equipment / Mirjana Dojcinovska -- Vein Selection / Barbara Witt -- Infection Control and Risk Management / Sarah Hart -- Procedures for Venepuncture and Cannulation / Annie de Verteuil -- Complications / Wendy Morris -- Introduction to Routine Blood Tests, Normal Values and Relevance to Clinical Practice / Andrea Blay -- Patient's Perspective / Lisa Dougherty -- Webliography -- Glossary -- Index.
Legal and professional issues / Lorraine Hyde -- The learning experience / Sarah Phillips -- Anatomy and physiology / Mary Collins -- Selection of equipment / Mirjana Dojcinovska -- Vein selection / Barbara Witt -- Infection control and risk management / Sarah Hart -- Procedures for venepuncture and cannulation / Annie de Verteiull -- Complications / Wendy Morris -- Introduction to routine blood tests, normal values, and relevance to clinical practice / Andrea Blay -- Patient's perspective / Lisa Dougherty.
Summary: Venepuncture and cannulation are the most commonly performed invasive procedures in the UK, and are everyday procedures in health care practice. Venepuncture and Cannulation is a practical guide to these procedures. It assumes no prior knowledge and equips nurses and other health professionals with the clinical skills and knowledge they need in order to confidently perform venepuncture and cannulation in both hospital and community settings. Explores relevant anatomy and physiologyCovers education and training, as well as legal and ethical issuesConsiders potential complications, and patient pe.
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Front Matter -- Introduction / Sarah Phillips, Mary Collins -- Legal and Professional Issues / Lorraine Hyde -- The Learning Experience / Sarah Phillips -- Anatomy and Physiology / Mary Collins -- Selection of Equipment / Mirjana Dojcinovska -- Vein Selection / Barbara Witt -- Infection Control and Risk Management / Sarah Hart -- Procedures for Venepuncture and Cannulation / Annie de Verteuil -- Complications / Wendy Morris -- Introduction to Routine Blood Tests, Normal Values and Relevance to Clinical Practice / Andrea Blay -- Patient's Perspective / Lisa Dougherty -- Webliography -- Glossary -- Index.

Includes bibliographical references and index.

Legal and professional issues / Lorraine Hyde -- The learning experience / Sarah Phillips -- Anatomy and physiology / Mary Collins -- Selection of equipment / Mirjana Dojcinovska -- Vein selection / Barbara Witt -- Infection control and risk management / Sarah Hart -- Procedures for venepuncture and cannulation / Annie de Verteiull -- Complications / Wendy Morris -- Introduction to routine blood tests, normal values, and relevance to clinical practice / Andrea Blay -- Patient's perspective / Lisa Dougherty.

Venepuncture and cannulation are the most commonly performed invasive procedures in the UK, and are everyday procedures in health care practice. Venepuncture and Cannulation is a practical guide to these procedures. It assumes no prior knowledge and equips nurses and other health professionals with the clinical skills and knowledge they need in order to confidently perform venepuncture and cannulation in both hospital and community settings. Explores relevant anatomy and physiologyCovers education and training, as well as legal and ethical issuesConsiders potential complications, and patient pe.

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Author notes provided by Syndetics

Sara Phillips is lead nurse, Practice Education at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Trust. <p> Mary Collins is Lecturer Practitioner at St Mary's NHS Trust.</p> <p> Lisa Dougherty is Nurse Consultant, Intravenous Therapy, Royal Marsden NHS Foundation Trust.</p>

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