Linda D. Urden ; Kathleen M. Stacy ; Mary E. Lough
Get yourself ready to excel in the high acuity, progressive, and critical care environments that are prevalent today! The ninth edition of Critical Care Nursing: Diagnosis and Management is designed to assist you in comprehending and applying the ideas and concepts of critical care nursing to clinical evaluation, diagnostic procedures, and therapeutic management. This authoritative textbook, which is well-known for its exhaustive coverage, organizes information regarding the care of patients with physiological abnormalities according to a logical body systems structure. Case studies in the format of the Next Generation NCLEX® Exam are included in this edition for the purpose of assisting you in further developing your clinical judgment skills and preparing for the most recent nursing licensure exam. Other new features of this edition include illustrated Patient-Centered Critical Care features aimed at “humanizing the ICU.” This book is a comprehensive resource on the ideas and abilities necessary for critical care nursing, making it not only suitable for CCRN® and PCCN® test preparation, but also a great choice!