Operating Room Technique and Anesthesia for General Nursing Course

by CP Thresyamma

This book Operating Room Technique and Anesthesia for General Nursing Course is prepared according to the method of functioning of the operating rooms in the medical college and hospitals. This book is an answer to the problem of finding a suitable guide to help the teacher and student alike in the Nursing Education. This book is getting the appreciation of most of the teachers of nursing, both in Nursing School and Hospitals of Private and Public Sectors. This revised and modified book reflects the knowledge and long experience of the author as a theater nurse and then as a successful teacher in Fundamentals of Nursing. It becomes a superior product when the teacher who knows the disciples and their needs well, gives shape to such a guide that suits to the curriculum. The contents are arranged according to the course outline and the practical record of the student. This book is a ‘must’ both for the students, teachers and more so for those nurses who practice in hospitals. Theoretical knowledge about disinfection, sterilization, specific functions, performances and responsibilities of each category of people working in the operating room are clearly specified in copious illustrations of needed instruments, their identification and purposes will be very useful in reducing the alarming strangeness of the tools and equipment in the operating room. Selection of the simple language used in the book for presenting the matters will favor the reader to enter the operating room with full confidence. This small book will be a companion and guide to the nursing profession.

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Book Detail

Author
1. Thresyamma CP
Author's Affiliation
1. Perumpallil, Amalagiri PO, Kottayam, Kerala, India
ISBN
9788184488371
Speciality
Anesthesiology,Medical Surgical Nursing
DOI
10.5005/jp/books/11130
Edition
3/e
Publishing Year
2010
Pages
216
Book Type
Professional

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