A Dictionary of Nursing Other Elizabeth Martin
Over 148,000 copies have been sold of previous editions, making this a best-selling and trusted reference tool for medical students and practitioners. This fully up-to-date dictionary takes account of recent developments in nursing practice and related fields. Updates cover the fields of surgical techniques, paediatrics, gynaecology, nephrology, endocrinology, and ENT, as well as the latest reorganization of the National Health Service. Fully revised, this dictionary provides comprehensive coverage of the ever-expanding vocabulary of the nursing professions. In addition to specific nursing terms, there are many entries in the fields of medicine, anatomy, physiology, psychiatry, nutrition, and pharmacology (including new drugs recently introduced into medical practice). Over 10,100 clear and concise entries, all written by medical and nursing specialists, cover the theory and practice of nursing. 100 helpful illustrations and 12 appendices covering nutritional requirements, reference values for biochemical and haematological data, standard values for body weight, and much more, make this an invaluable reference for all nursing students and professionals.