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Comunicating with neurological patients : the nurse's role : talking to people who have neurological disorders or diabilities

Author: Margot Lindsay
Publisher: London : Scutari Press, 1990.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Aims to provide a basic introductory text on the problems of communicating with neurological patients to enable the nurse who is unfamiliar with neurology to talk to her patients in an informed  Read more...

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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Lindsay, Margot.
Comunicating with neurological patients.
London : Scutari Press, 1990
(OCoLC)762335194
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Margot Lindsay
ISBN: 9781871364378 187136437X
OCLC Number: 23732533
Description: xxii, 182 pages : illustrations
Contents: Part 1 Observing the patient and assessing his problems: feelings nd knowledge; activities of daily living; the clinical examination; the diagnosis; losses. Part 2 Problems experienced by patients: dementia; speech disorders; hearing loss; involuntary movements; rigidity and fatigue; dizziness and vertigo; pain; dysphagia; problems with sexuality. Part 3 The nurse's core information: cerebrovascular accident; degenerative disorders; movement disorders; the epilepsies; dementing disorders; tumours - intracranial; spinal tumours; myasthenic disorders. Part 4 Psychosocial aspects of neurological disorders: feelings; attitudes; chronic illness; stigma. Part 5 Living with a neurological disorder: epidemiology; investigations; patient's experiences - cerebrovascular disease; degenerative diseasess; involuntary movements; tumours; pain; myasthenic disorders.
Responsibility: Margot Lindsay ; foreword by the Baroness Cox of Queensbury.

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