Manual of Nursing is a quick-reference guide that puts the latest, clinical nursing information at your fingertips. Manual of Nursing helps nurses and nursing students provide the best client care. The manual is organized by specialty and topic for rapid access. Nursing students will be able to learn techniques and skills that will be tested on the NCLEX and HESI examinations and in the nursing clinical courses. Quickly access the latest 2013 clinical guidelines and apply the information to nursing care. Rapidly review full-color images, charts, and lists. Nursing calculators enable you to calculate IV flow rates, concentrations, unit conversions, body mass index, urine outputs, cardiac output, body surface area, and many other formulas. Manual of Nursing features: • Nursing Calculators • IV Rate and Concentration Calculators • Nursing Basics • Client Assessment • Advanced Cardiac Life Support • Obstetrics • Pediatrics • Medical • Surgical • Critical Care Nursing • Medications • Electrocardiography • Quick Reference • Laboratory Values • Starting an IV • Endotracheal Tube Management • Mechanical Ventilation • Tracheotomy Management • Management of Chest Tubes • Nasogastric Tube Insertion • Artificial Airways • Pulse Oximetry • Arterial Blood Gas Values • Management of Nasogastric Tubes • Ostomy Care • Urinary Catheters • Dressing Changes • Health History • Physical Assessment • Mental Health Assessment • Nutritional Assessment • Stages of Labor • Electronic Fetal Monitoring • Placenta Previa • Complicated Delivery • Pediatric Basic Life Support • Newborn Care and Assessment • Pediatric Diseases • Pain Management in Children • Immunization • Acute Coronary Syndrome • Crohn Disease • Ulcerative Colitis • Deep Vein Thrombosis • Pulmonary Embolus • Congestive Heart Failure • Pulmonary Edema • Stable Angina • Hypertension • Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease • Congestive Heart Failure • Asthma • Wound Assessment • Diabetes Mellitus • Irritable Bowel Syndrome • Multiple Sclerosis • Acid-Base Imbalance • Mental Health Disorders • Fluids and Electrolytes • Oncologic Disorders • Medical Emergencies • Drug Overdose and Poisoning • Trauma • Volume and Weight Equivalents • Symbols and Abbreviations • And much more... What's new: New ACN best practices guidelines. New ACLS guidelines.