Nursing 2230 LRC (Winter 2019)

Course Instructor: 
List of Reserve Material: 

January 21, 22:

Walker, M.D. (2016). Fluid and electrolyte imbalances: Interpretation and Assessment, Journal of Infusion Nursing, 39(6), 382-386.

January 22, 23:

Still not clear on interpreting ABGs? Try these readings (optional):
Perkins, A. (2016). Using the ABG to identify acidosis, Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, 14(2), 6-9.

Perkins, A. (2016). Alkalosis in brief, Nursing Made Incredibly Easy, 14(4), 13-15.

January 28, 29:

Schroeder, M.J. (2011). Looking to improve your bedside report: Try SBARNursing Made Incredibly Easy, 9(5), 53-54. 

February 11, 12:

FIT Forum for Injection Technique Canada (2017), 3rd edition. Retrieved from http://fit4diabetes.com/files/2314/8777/6632/FIT_Recommendations_3rd_Edition_2017.pdf

Diabetes Canada Clinical Practice Guidelines Expert Committee (2018). 2018 Clinical Practice Guidelines Quick Reference Guide. Diabetes Canada. Retrieved from http://guidelines.diabetes.ca/docs/CPG-quick-reference-guide-web-EN.pdf

Diabetes Canada (2018). Types of insulin. Can J of Diabetes, 42, S314, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcjd.2017.12.006

March 4, 5:

Perry, Potter & Ostendorf (2014). Negative-Pressure Wound Therapy. pp. 964-969.

Waits, J. O. (2017). The wound pie: A practical wound care clinical toolNursing Made Incredibly Easy, 15(6), 17-19. 

DellAntonio, J. (2017). Understanding maggot debridement therapyNursing Made Incredibly Easy, 15(2), 22-25.

de Smet, G. et al (2018). Oxygen therapies and their effect on wound healing. Wound Repair & Regeneration, 25, 591-608.

March 11, 12:

Perry & Potter (2014). Closed chest drainage systems. pp. 655-671 (Stop at Autotransfusion of Chest Tube Drainage).