Sharon Fillingham, Jean Douglas
Baillière Tindall, 2004 - Medical - 348 pages
The third edition of this highly acclaimed U.K. text provides a comprehensive overview of urological nursing written by an outstanding team of nurse specialists and educators. It is extensively revised and updated to include all the latest developments and is suitable for all nurses and students working in the specialty. Additional content covers care pathways, setting up nurse-led clinics and clinical trials, the developing roles of specialist nurses, ACE procedure, and use of viagra and other oral agents
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