Presenting a detailed account of cardiorespiratory nursing practice and patient care, this text incorporates developments such as the implementation of evidence-based practice, the expanded role of the nurse, and the role of the multidisciplinary team. The book takes a practice-orientated approach, using clinical examples, and includes patients' views of their experiences.Futura, New York, pp. ... A Manual for Nurses (eds B. A. H. Williams, L. K. Grady and D. M. Sandiford-Guttenbeil). ... A. S., Maurer, J. R., Puskas, J. D., Patterson, G. A. and Singer, P. A. (1991) Ethics of lung transplantation with live donors.
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