Cirrhosis: Caring for Patients with End-stage Liver Failure
Lynn A. Kelso RN, APRN, BC, MSN, FCCM

$7.95
The Nurse Practitioner
July 2008 
Volume 33  Number 7
Pages 24 - 30
 
  PDF Version Available!

ABSTRACT
Kelso, Lynn A. RN, APRN, BC, MSN, FCCM

Issue: Volume 33(7), July 2008, p 24–30 Publication Type: [Feature: LIVER DISEASE] Publisher: © 2008 Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, Inc. Institution(s): Lynn A. Kelso is an associate professor at the University of Kentucky College of Nursing, Lexington, Ky. AUTHOR DISCLOSURE The author has disclosed that she has no significant relationship or financial interest in any commercial companies that pertain to this educational activity. Figure. No caption available.

caring for patients with end-stage liver disease can be very challenging for NPs. Cirrhosis, the final stage of liver injury, occurs when there is fibrosis and nodular regeneration within the liver tissue. 1 Every year in the United States, complications from cirrhosis lead to over 400,000 hospitalizations and 27,000 deaths (making it the 10th leading cause). 2,3 Without ...

Purchase Now !

To purchase this item, follow the instructions below. If you’re not already logged in, be sure to enter your login information below to ensure that your item is saved to your File Drawer after you purchase it.

Not a member? Join now for Free!


Cost:$7.95
1) If you're not already logged in, enter your information below to save this item in your File Drawer for future viewing.

User name:


Password


Forgot your user name or password?
2)  If you have a coupon or promotional code, enter it
here.(If not, just click Continue.


Digital Coupon: (optional)

3)  Click Continue to go to the next screen, where
you'll enter your payment details.






jQuery UI Accordion - Default functionality

For life-long learning and continuing professional development, come to Lippincott's NursingCenter.

Nursing Jobs Plus
Featured Jobs
Recommended CE Articles Recommended Nursing Articles

Dogs as Pets, Visitors, Therapists and Assistants
Home Healthcare Nurse, November/December 2014
Free access will expire on January 5, 2015.


Tracheostomy Care
Nursing2014 Critical Care, November 2014
Free access will expire on December 22, 2014.


Effective management of ARDS
The Nurse Practitioner, 13December 2014
Free access will expire on December 22, 2014.


More Recommended Articles

Subscribe to Recommended Articles

Evidence Based Practice Skin Care Network NursingCenter Quick Links What’s Trending Events