Essential Pathophysiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students
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Essential Pathophysiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students is the perfect quick reference and study guide for students covering pathophysiology, disease and therapeutics as part of a nursing or other healthcare course. It clearly and simply explains the underpinning processes of disease, covering cellular physiology, genetics, fluids, electrolytes and the immune system, and the main diseases and conditions that can occur within each. Each chapter is written in a quick reference format so it can be used for study, exam preparation or use on student placement. The book covers body systems including: Cardiovascular Respiratory Immune Lymphatic Nervous Digestive Endocrine ReproductiveDeveloped with the reader in mind, each chapter includes clinical tips, case studies, diagrams, and self-assessment questions to make pathophysiology accessible and digestible - this is a must-have book for students of nursing and healthcare. "Essential Pathophysiology for Nursing and Healthcare Students is a book that should be kept no further than an arm's reach away. The book is easy to navigate and easy to understand. Nursing and healthcare students will find that this book is essential in helping them comprehend and learn about the systems and mechanisms of the human body in health and ill health. This book would also be a good read for anybody working with or teaching students as a refresher on pathophysiology." Rebecca Bailey-McHale, Lecturer, Faculty of Health and Social Care, University of Chester, UK
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