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Lower limb wounds are frequently observed in clinical practice and often present a real challenge for health care practitioners. Lower extremity wound care requires a multidisciplinary approach involving a number of different health care professionals in order to achieve optimum patient care. Nurses and podiatrists, in particular, are frequently involved in the assessment and management of lower extremity wounds, often working in partnership.<br> <br> <br> Lower Extremity Wounds: A problem-based learning approach is the first wound care book that has been written as a joint venture by experienced nurses and podiatrists, all with expert knowledge in wound care. It highlights the importance of multi-professional collaboration to encourage the crossing and dismantling of professional boundaries, to increase understanding of each other's roles, and ultimately to ensure that the patient receives the best available evidence-based interventions during their health care journey.<br> <br> <br> Taking a problem-based learning approach, each of the ten chapters highlights best practice in the management of wounds by type, discusses clinical guidelines and current evidence, and links this theory to a clinical scenario thus bridging the theory to practice gap. Numerous full-colour illustrations are used throughout the book to visually enhance the reader's learning.<br> <br> <br> Aimed at both students and practitioners, this book is essential reading for anyone involved in lower extremity wound care.
Only master of mayhem Wally McDoogle can turn an innocent game of laser tag into international espionage. From the Swiss Alps to the African plains, Agent 00 1/7th bumblingly employs such top-secret gizmos as rocket-powered toilet paper, exploding dental floss and the ever-popular transformer tacos (don't laugh, they get great gas mileage) in a desperate attempt to stop the dreaded and super secret . . . Giggle Gun. It isn't until Wally finally takes responsibility for his actions (which unfortunately involves leaping out of a jet fighter traveling 1.2 gazillion miles an hour), that he is finally able to save his life. . . And while he is at it, the entire free world.
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