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- Previous ed.: 2001.
- Includes bibliographical references and index.
- Part I. Concepts of Home Care Nursing 1. Home Care Nursing Practice: Historical Perspectives and Philosophy of Care 2. Understanding Home Care: Applying Theory to Clinical Practice 3. The Role of the Home Care Nurse and Orientation Strategies 4. Caring for Families in the Home 5. Developing the Plan of Care and Documentation 6. Infection Control in the Home 7. Patient Education in the Home 8. Legal and Ethical Issues in Home Care 9. Case Management and Leadership Strategies in Home Care 10. Quality Patient Care Part II. Clinical Application 11. The Patient with Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease 12. The Patient with Chronic Heart Failure 13. The Ventilator-Dependent Patient 14. The Patient with Chronic Wounds 15. The Patient with Diabetes 16. The Patient with Bladder Dysfunction 17. The Patient with Neurological Dysfunction 18. The Patient with AIDS 19. The Patient with Cancer (new) Part III. Special Clinical and Community Issues 20. The Patient Receiving Home Care Rehabilitation Services 21. The Patient Receiving Home Care Social Services (new) 22. The Patient Receiving Home Infusion Therapies 23. Maternal Child Nursing: Postpartum Home Care 24. The Mental Health Patient 25. The Elderly Patient 26. The Hospice and Palliative Care Patient 27. Managing Home Environmental Threats and Safety in the Community Part IV. Future Trends 28. From Telehealth to Telecare: Implications for Clinical Practice 29. Complementary Therapies and Home Care Nursing Practice 30. Developing Nursing Strategies that Transcend Time, Distance, and Space (new) Epilogue. Reconsidering Caring in the Home Appendix. Laboratory Values.
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