Family Emergent Urgent and Ambulatory Care (2016) (PDF) Sheila Sanning Shea MSN RN



Basic Information:

  • Year: 2016
  • Page Number: 126
  • File Type: PDF
  • File Size: 9.47 MB
  • Authors/ Editiors: Sheila Sanning Shea MSN RN


Fast-track medical settings call for “at-your-fingertips” information. Here is an easy to use, quick-reference guide for nurse practitioners and other health care providers in emergency, medical, screening, fast track and/or primary care settings with adult patients. In a concise, optimally organized format that includes current, evidence-based guidelines, the resource delivers a wealth of information for assessment and management of the most commonly encountered problems in these settings.

Concise yet packed with crucial knowledge, The Guide is arranged in a logical head-to-toe format that includes the history and physical examination and essential medical decision-making considerations. The material is organized in a true rapid-access format, with salient information presented all on one page for maximum efficiency and speed of retrieval. A variety of templates for dictation/documentation are provided to assist the clinician with the development of a concise and logical patient record. These templates can be mixed and matched as needed and, using a specific template for focused patient problems (i.e. knee injury), will facilitate assessment fine-tuning. Also included are frequently used illustrations for anatomical records as well as templates to assist in identification of normal and abnormal presentations. Additional helpful features include “Don’t Miss” boxes with bullet points of critical information, a rapid “review of systems,” billing information, and a dedicated page for NP/PA “Survival Information” and notes.

User’s Review:

Day 3 of my new job and I performed my first I&D on a real human! Your pocket NP book was such a good resource for this procedure and documentation. I carry it with me all the time and am always referring back to it…. It has been a little overwhelming, but getting more confident as the days go by. I still hear your voice in the back of my head continually guiding me in my practice.. I just wanted to … share my excitement over my I&D. (Emily Middleton, DNP, FNP-C)

Nice quick guide, was disappointed in all the abbreviations. Plain english without the abbreviations would be much better, as don’t have all of them memorized and you have to keep referring back to the beginning of the book to interpret what is listed.


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