Wound Care Made Incredibly Visual! (Incredibly Easy! Series)

Wound Care Made Incredibly Visual! Second Edition is an innovative reference that combines detailed photographs and graphics with concise, informative text to make the complex concepts of wound care easy to understand. Thoroughly updated with the latest clinical practice guidelines and documentation, this new approach to clinical content maximizes the power of visual thinking by “showing” as well as “telling” about the latest wound care information techniques. 
 
The highly visual nature of this book makes the fundamentals and advancements in the treatment of wounds clear and understandable, enabling quick review and comprehension for practical application.  New features include: 
  • A new chapter on atypical wounds
  •  Additional wound care treatments, including hyperbaric oxygen and electrical stimulation
  • A new “Special Attention” icon to address concerns for the bariatric patient, including skin problems, wound management and pressure ulcer prevention 
Special features include: 
  • “Best dressed” icon highlights tips on dressing wounds and choosing wound dressings
  • Hundreds of full-color wound graphics
  • Key terms defined and explained, clearly and simply
  • “Memory board”: visual mnemonics
  • One-page “Vision Quest,” a visually-oriented variation on the Incredibly Easy! Quick Quiz

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Tags: dressing wounds, New Health Ideas, memory board, quick quiz, wound dressings, pressure ulcer prevention

2 comments for “Wound Care Made Incredibly Visual! (Incredibly Easy! Series)

  1. Michelle Lind "Michelle"
    February 21, 2013 at 10:03 PM

    Back to School Made as E-A-S-Y as A-B-C ! Having left nursing to raise my son I am now ready to return to work and I’m feeling (quite naturally) as if the medical industry has moved on and left me behind . . . in the dust, no less! Well, I guess that’s what 15 years of ICU nursing . . . and then 6 years off will do to a gal. Arizona, much like many states, requires that if you haven’t worked “x” number of hours in “x” number of years, you must take the AZ State’s RN Refresher Course before returning to work. The course consists of an online didactics portion (approx. 8 weeks long) and then finishes with a clinical rotation which requires you to find a preceptor. Having always thought that wound care was very cool, I made it my business to find a wound care clinical rotation. This book, “Wound Care Made Incredibly Visual” (from the Incredibly Easy Series) literally got me through clinical without looking like a new grad once. I’m a picture person. The visuals are incredible and the explanations are very easy to understand. I love this book. And I would buy any and all in the series if I should have a need.And P.S. – If you are new grad and you’ve taken a job working on a med-surg floor (or pick a unit – any unit for that matter), this book is for you. The explanations are simple and matter-of-fact. Your new grad notes will make you look like you’re a pro (unless you’d rather just copy our assessments out of; Hmmm, let’s see . . . Potter and Perry maybe (just know that if you do that . . . you’ll look like you did that.)

  2. Deb
    February 21, 2013 at 10:27 PM

    Very Helpful Book realy great to study from easy to read. just wish you could print some of the content it would be easier to study

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