4 edition of Improving outcomes in chronic heart failure found in the catalog.
Improving outcomes in chronic heart failure
|Statement||edited by Simon Stewart, Lynda Blue.|
|Contributions||Stewart, Simon., Blue, Lynda.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 250 p. :|
|Number of Pages||250|
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Improving Outcomes in Chronic Heart Failure: Specialist Nurse Intervention from Research to Practice, Second Edition. which is all too frequent for persons with heart failure. This book describes and discusses the latest research concerning the benefits of having specially trained nurses manage the care of patients with Improving outcomes in chronic heart failure book failure after.
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Publication Year: Edition: 2nd Authors/Editor: Stewart, Simon; Blue, Lynda Publisher: Wiley ISBN: Heart failure is a condition that often results in chronic tiredness and shortness of breath. It also requires complex nursing and medical treatment, especially after a hospital admission, which is all too frequent for persons with heart failure.
This book describes and discusses the latest research. Heart failure is a condition that often results in chronic tiredness and shortness of breath. It also requires complex nursing and medical treatment, especially after a hospital admission, which is all too frequent for persons with heart book describes and discusses the latest research concerning the benefits of having specially trained nurses manage the care of patients with.
Introduction. Chronic heart failure (CHF) is rapidly becoming the highest priority for cardiac care providers in developed countries (Stewart and Blue, ), having a one-year mortality of % and high readmission rates, and causing a poor quality of life. Get this from a library.
Improving outcomes in chronic heart failure: specialist nurse intervention from research to practice. [Simon Stewart; Lynda Blue;] -- "Since publication of the first edition of this book, the knowledge and practice of nurse intervention in chronic heart failure outcomes has expanded considerably, with programmes being set up in.
Improving Outcomes in Chronic Heart Failure A practical guide to specialist nurse intervention by Simon Stewart Editor Lynda Blue Editor.
the book also contains a practical guide to developing this type of care program into a fully functional service that provides quality care to those patients admitted to hospital with heart failure.
ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: The increasing burden of chronic heart failure / John J.V. McMurray, Simon Stewart --Determinants of health-care utilisation by patients with chronic heart failure / Tiny Jaarsma, Kathleen Dracup --Specialist nurse intervention in chronic heart failure.
Purpose of the Review. To examine interventions aimed at improving psychological outcomes (e.g., caregiver burden, quality of life, anxiety, depression, perceived control, stress mastery, caregiver confidence and preparedness, and caregiver mastery) in family caregivers of Cited by: Chronic heart failure in congenital heart disease: a scientific statement from the American Heart Association [published online ahead of print Janu ].
Circulation. doi: /CIR Improving Outcomes in Chronic Heart Failure: A practical guide to specialist nurse intervention eBook: Stewart, Simon, Blue, Lynda: : Kindle Store5/5(1). Description: This book is a well-researched source of evidence-based outcomes for providing and measuring interventions and outcomes in the heart failure population.
Purpose: The authors' purpose is to bring to the forefront the role of focusing and measuring health-related quality of life in the management of heart : In Part 1 of this two-part article on assessing and managing patients with chronic kidney disease, the authors provide an overview of the disease, describe identification and etiology, and discuss ways to slow disease progression.
Part 2, which addresses disease complications and treatment for kidney failure, will appear next month. Improving outcomes in chronic heart failure: specialist nurse intervention from research to practice Stewart, Simon, ; Blue, Lynda Heart failure is a condition that often results in chronic tiredness and shortness of breath.
Improving Outcomes In Chronic Heart Failure: A Practical Guide To Specialist Nurse Intervention Book Pdf - Coping with chronic kidney disease (CKD) is challenging for many people, since symptoms often don't appear until the disease is advanced and the patient is close to requiring dialysis.
This two-part article aims to provide nurses with the basic information necessary to assess and manage patients with CKD. Part 1, which appeared last month, offered an overview of the disease, described. ESC guidelines for the diagnosis and treatment of acute and chronic heart failure the Task Force for the Diagnosis and Treatment of Acute and Chronic Heart Failure of the European Society of Cardiology [published correction appears in Eur J Heart Fail.
;–]. Eur J Heart Fail. ; – doi: /eurjhf/hfsCited by: Improving the Management of Chronic Heart Failure during Transitions of Care Activity Overview In part one of the series faculty focus on evidence-based guidelines for chronic heart failure and the pharmacist’s role in transitions of care.
Faculty also address strategies for reducing hospital. potential to improve outcomes for patients with heart failure and ultimately to save lives. Compliance with clinical practice guidelines is also associated with improved outcomes for patients with heart failure.
However, in many countries there is considerable variation in how closely physicians follow guideline recommendations. In spite of improved treatment options, heart failure is the third most common cause of death in Germany and constitutes the most common cause for inpatient admission to hospital ().This disease burden has remained unchanged at this high level for patients and the healthcare system in spite of falling cardiovascular death rates (2– 5) and the successful development of medication by: It complements the lead author's earlier book, Improving Outcomes in Chronic Heart Failure, by providing the details of clinical management for working directly with patients (e.g.
therapeutic Author: Debra Moser. Chronic aortic regurgitation (AR) is associated with increased preload (regurgitant volume overload) and afterload (increased end-diastolic volume and wall stress), leading to left ventricular (LV) dilatation and systolic impairment that precede the onset of symptoms.
Progression is slow—surgery is required in Cited by: 2. Improving Outcomes for African Americans with Chronic Heart Failure: A Comparison of Two Home Care Management Delivery Methods Show all authors.
Mary D. Bondmass, RN, PhD. Mary D. Bondmass. University of Nevada Las Vegas, Maryland Parkway, BoxLas Vegas, NV[email protected]Cited by: Heart failure (HF) has become a significant public health problem, with a rapidly rising incidence and prevalence that is predicted to continue to rise far into the 21st century.
1 Overall, % of the adult population in developed countries worldwide suffers from HF but prevalence increases fold in those over 75 years of age.
2 Because the incidence of HF rises with age its prevalence will Author: Tiny Jaarsma. Ivabradine is most appropriately used as a second-line treatment for systolic heart failure (HF) and chronic stable angina, according to a review published Sept. 25 in the Journal of the American College of Cardiology.
Ivabradine selectively inhibits the pacemaker current in sinoatrial node tissue, decreasing the rate of diastolic depolarization.
Heart failure is the end result of a number of different pathophysiological processes in which there is injury to the heart with loss or impairment of functioning myocardial cells. 5 Compensatory neurohormonal mechanisms are activated in order to maintain adequate cardiac function and tissue perfusion.
Activation of the sympathetic nervous system increases heart rate and cardiac contractility Cited by: 2. Chronic heart failure (CHF) affects over Australians with another 30 new cases diagnosed each year.1 Prevalence increases with age, from % in people aged 55–64 years to % in those aged over 75 years.1 Despite improved understanding of the pathophysiology and management, morbidity and mortality remain high, with CHF causing 43 hospitalisations and deaths in Now that treatment has been shown to slow the onset of clinical signs of myxomatous mitral valve disease (MMVD), recommendations are focusing on diagnosing the condition before clinical signs manifest so that dogs can be maintained free of signs for longer.
This article summarises the published evidence and outlines optimal management for dogs at each disease : Adrian Boswood. Background. In the interest of promoting high-quality, patient-centered care and accountability, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) and Hospital Quality Alliance (HQA) began publicly reporting day mortality measures for acute myocardial infarction (AMI) and heart failure (HF) in June and for pneumonia (PN) in June Acute heart failure (AHF) is defined as new-onset or worsening of symptoms and signs of heart failure.
1 AHF is the most frequent cause of unplanned hospital admission in patients aged 65 years or older and is characterised by significant in-hospital mortality and frequent readmissions. 2,3 Outcomes of AHF remain globally poor. 4,5 Independent Author: Mattia Arrigo, Petra Nijst, Alain Rudiger.
Page has 20 years of clinical expertise in the management of patients with heart 對failure in both the outpatient and inpatient setting. He has published over peer reviewed manuscripts, abstracts, and book \ൣhapters in the management of patients with cardiovascular disease.
Heart Failure Guidelines Toolkit Guidelines-based care is at the center of improved outcomes for heart failure patients. Our new toolkit makes it easier for healthcare professionals in the post-acute setting to understand and use the latest evidence-based heart failure treatment guidelines.
Provides an overview of the Health Innovation and Reform Council's advice on an approach aimed at improving outcomes for people leaving hospital following an admission for heart failure. Impact of pharmacologic therapy on health-related quality of life in heart failure: Findings from clinical trials.
In: Moser DK, Riegel B, eds. Improving Outcomes in Heart Failure: An Interdisciplinary Approach. Gaithersburg, MD: Aspen; Google Scholar; 16 Scott LD, Setter-Kline K, Britton AS.
The effects of nursing interventions to Cited by: Sanger Heart & Vascular Institute in Charlotte, NC, established its Heart Care Navigation Team in with the goal of reducing unnecessary readmissions, improving mortality and improving patients' experience.
Patients in the program are assigned a health advocate and a nurse navigator who meet the patients while they are in the hospital. Heart failure (HF) is increasing in prevalence globally, and is associated with considerable ill health, healthcare costs and mortality.
Prevalence increases steeply with age, and the average age of a person admitted to hospital with decompensation in developed countries such as the UK is in the high 70s. 1 Comorbidity is the rule, with half of hospitalised patients having at least five Cited by: 4.
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As New. Disclaimer:An apparently unread copy in perfect condition. Dust cover is intact; pages are clean and are not marred by notes or folds of any kind. At ThriftBooks, our motto is: Read More, Spend jacket quality is not guaranteed.Mobile phone-based interventions are increasingly used to prevent adverse health outcomes in heart failure patients.
However, the effects of mobile phone-based interventions on the health outcomes of heart failure patients remain unclear. Our review aims to synthesize the randomized controlled trials (RCT) of mobile phone-based interventions for heart failure patients and identify the Author: Youn-Jung Son, Yaelim Lee, Hyeon-Ju Lee.