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This text aims to inform the practice of neuroscience nursing through the report of current research, best available evidence, policy and education. The book is divided into several sections exploring: anatomy and physiology of the nervous system; assessment, interpretation and management of specific problems in the neurological patient; neurological investigations and neurosurgical procedures; management of patients with intracranial disorders; and management of patients with long-term conditions. It also explores the underpinning concepts of neuroscience care, including its history and development, and legal and ethical issues. This text also includes patients’ perspectives of living with a variety of neurological conditions.
Number of pages680
Place of publicationOxford, UK
Title of bookNeuroscience Nursing: Evidence-Based Theory and Practice
EditorsSue Woodward, Anne-Marie Mestecky