Core Curriculum for Nephrology Nursing, Complete Set (6 Modules) Complete Set (6 Modules)

Author: Caroline Counts, MSN, RN, CNN
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Publisher: American Nephrology Nurses Association
Publication Date: 2015
ISBN 10: 1940325129
ISBN 13: 9781940325125
eISBN: 9781940325194
Edition: 6th

Description:

Comprised of six individual modules written by experts in the field, this revised and expanded edition of ANNA's Core Curriculum for Nephrology Nursing presents the newest information regarding kidney disease, its treatment, and the nursing care involved. Designed to provide information for the novice as well as the experienced health professional, this edition provides information not published in previous editions. Each module offers self-assessment questions and continuing nursing education (CNE) credit opportunities.

Table of Contents

Front Matter

  • ABOUT
  • Foreword
  • What’s new in the sixth edition?
  • Preface
  • Chapter Editors and Authors
  • Reviewers
  • Examples of APA-formatted references-Module 1
  • Examples of APA-formatted references-Module 2
  • Examples of APA-formatted references-Module 3
  • Examples of APA-formatted references-Module 4
  • Examples of APA-formatted references-Module 5
  • Examples of APA-formatted references-Module 6

MODULE 1 Foundations for Practice in Nephrology Nursing

    CHAPTER 1: Professional Issues in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A Professional Issues
    • SECTION B Ethics
    • SECTION C Leadership and Management
    • SECTION D Quality Assurance and Performance Improvement
    • SECTION E Culture of Safety
    • SECTION F Role of Regulatory Agencies
    • References

    CHAPTER 2: Research and Evidence-Based Practice in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A Overview of Research and Evidence-Based Practice
    • SECTION B Standards for Care
    • SECTION C The National Kidney Foundation Disease Outcomes Quality Initiative and The Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes
    • SECTION D The Dialysis Outcomes and Practice Patterns Study
    • SECTION E United States Renal Data System
    • SECTION F Consolidated Renal Operations in a Web-enabled Network
    • SECTION G United Network for Organ Sharing
    • References

    CHAPTER 3: Health Policy, Politics, and Influence in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A Advocacy
    • SECTION B Advocacy History of ANNA
    • SECTION C Public Policy and the Political Process
    • References

    CHAPTER 4: Essentials of Disaster and Emergency Preparedness in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A General Disaster Plan
    • SECTION B Natural Disasters
    • SECTION C Man-Made Disasters
    • SECTION D Disaster Drills
    • References

    SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR MODULE 1

    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Answer Key

MODULE 2 Physiologic and Psychosocial Basis for Nephrology Nursing Practice

    CHAPTER 1: The Kidney in Health and Disease

    • SECTION A Genetics and Genomics
    • SECTION B Anatomy and Physiology
    • SECTION C Pathophysiology
    • SECTION D Assessment of Kidney Structure and Function
    • SECTION E Chronic Kidney Disease
    • References
    • Exercise of Understanding

    CHAPTER 2: Chronic Kidney Disease

    • SECTION A Introduction to Chronic Kidney Disease
    • SECTION B CKD Disease Management
    • SECTION C Kidney Disease Education Based on Stage of CKD
    • References

    CHAPTER 3: Individualizing the Care for Those with Kidney Disease

    • SECTION A Psychosocial Impact and Spirituality
    • SECTION B Cultural Diversity
    • SECTION C Patient and Family Education
    • SECTION D Patient and Family Engagement
    • SECTION E Caring for Veterans
    • SECTION F The Financial Impact
    • SECTION G Physical Rehabilitation
    • SECTION H Advance Care Planning and Palliative/End-of-Life Care
    • References
    • Internet Resources

    CHAPTER 4: Foundations in Nutrition and Clinical Applications in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A Nutrition Screening and Assessment
    • SECTION B Chronic Kidney Disease
    • SECTION C Special Considerations in Kidney Disease
    • SECTION D Nutrition Intervention
    • References

    CHAPTER 5: Foundations in Pharmacology and Clinical Applications in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A Interactions Between Drugs and the Body
    • SECTION B Effects of Chronic Kidney Disease on Drug Activity
    • SECTION C Drugs Frequently Used to Treat Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
    • SECTION D Assessment of Kidney Function and Medication Dosing in Patients with CKD
    • SECTION E The Clinical Significance for Nursing
    • References

    CHAPTER 6: Foundations in Infection Prevention, Control, and Clinical Applications in Nephrology Nursing

    • SECTION A Overview
    • SECTION B Bacteremia
    • SECTION C Vascular Access and Catheter-Related Infections
    • SECTION D Antibiotic and Antimicrobial Resistance
    • SECTION E Hepatitis B
    • SECTION F Hepatitis C (HCV)
    • SECTION G Hepatitis D (Delta Hepatitis)
    • SECTION H Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV)
    • SECTION I The Ebola Virus
    • SECTION J Occupational Exposure to BBP (HBV, HCV, HIV)
    • SECTION K Safe Injection Practices and Medication Safety
    • SECTION L Aerosol Transmissible Diseases
    • SECTION M Tuberculosis
    • SECTION N Immunizations
    • SECTION O Infections Related to Water, Reuse, and/or Machine Contamination
    • SECTION P Hemodialysis Precautions
    • SECTION Q Regulations, Recommendations, Guidelines, and Quality Improvement
    • References

    SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR MODULE 2

    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5
    • Chapter 6
    • Answer Key

MODULE 3 Treatment Options for Patients with Chronic Kidney Failure

    CHAPTER 1: Transplantation

    • SECTION A Kidney Transplantation
    • SECTION B Simultaneous Kidney–Pancreas Transplantation
    • SECTION C Chronic Kidney Disease in Transplant Recipients
    • SECTION D Care of the Kidney Transplant Recipient Who is HIV positive
    • SECTION E Hepatitis C Infection and Kidney Transplantation
    • References

    CHAPTER 2: Hemodialysis

    • SECTION A Principles of Hemodialysis
    • SECTION B Water Treatment
    • SECTION C The Hemodialysis Treatment
    • SECTION D Fluid Removal: Obtaining the Estimated Dry Weight During Hemodialysis
    • SECTION E Complications of Hemodialysis: Prevention and Management
    • SECTION F Dialyzer Reprocessing
    • References

    CHAPTER 3: Vascular Access for Hemodialysis

    • SECTION A Preparing for a Vascular Access for Hemodialysis – The Process and the Education
    • SECTION B The Arteriovenous Fistula (AVF)
    • SECTION C The Arteriovenous Graft (AVG)
    • SECTION D Central Venous Catheters (CVC)
    • SECTION E The Vascular Access Center
    • SECTION F Monitoring, Surveillance, and Diagnostic Testing – Detection of Access Dysfunction
    • SECTION G CMS ESRD Interpretive Guidelines Pertaining to the Vascular Access
    • References

    CHAPTER 4: Peritoneal Dialysis

    • SECTION A Peritoneal Dialysis Access
    • SECTION B Peritoneal Dialysis Therapy
    • SECTION C Peritoneal Dialysis Complications
    • References

    CHAPTER 5: Home Dialysis

    • SECTION A Overview of Home Dialysis
    • SECTION B Home Hemodialysis
    • SECTION C Home Peritoneal Dialysis
    • References

    SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR MODULE 3

    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5
    • Answer Key

MODULE 4 Acute Kidney Injury

    CHAPTER 1: Program Management in the Acute Care Setting

    • I. Acute care nephrology services are provided in various types of facilities
    • II. The nephrology multidisciplinary team
    • III. Nephrology nurse roles and responsibilities in the acute care setting
    • IV. Patients encountered in the acute care setting encompass a wide range of needs and interventions
    • V. Approach to program management
    • VI. Challenging issues facing practitioners in the acute care setting
    • References
    • Appendix 1.1. Sample Patient Education Brochure

    CHAPTER 2: Acute Kidney Injury

    • I. Definitions and descriptions of acute kidney injury and acute kidney failure
    • II. Prevention of further acute kidney injury/acute kidney failure
    • III. Causes, pathology, and management of acute kidney injury and acute kidney failure
    • IV. Complications of acute kidney injury/acute renal failure
    • V. Manifestations of frequently occurring acute kidney injury processes
    • VI. Special patient populations and AKI/ARF
    • References

    CHAPTER 3: Hemodialysis in the Acute Care Setting

    • I. Patients who need hemodialysis (HD) in the acute care setting
    • II. Prehemodialysis patient assessment
    • III. The HD treatment plan
    • IV. Intradialytic assessment and interventions
    • V. Posthemodialysis assessment and evaluation
    • References
    • Appendix 3.1. Sample Acute Hemodialysis Flowsheet
    • Appendix 3.2. Sample Acute Hemodialysis Order
    • Appendix 3.3. Catheter Instructions for the Patient
    • Appendix 3.4. Patient Catheter Release Form

    CHAPTER 4: Water Treatment in the Acute Care Setting

    • I. Water for acute hemodialysis (HD) may be prepared using a central water treatment system or individual water treatment systems that may be portable
    • II. Ensuring the water used for HD is safe
    • III. Measuring the quality of HD water
    • IV. Regulatory requirements and standards for water used for hemodialysis
    • V. State hospital licensing requirements
    • VI. Portable water treatment systems for acute dialysis
    • VII. Ensuring safe water for patient treatment
    • VIII. Quality assessment and performance improvement (QAPI) for acute dialysis water treatment systems
    • References

    CHAPTER 5: Peritoneal Dialysis in the Acute Care Setting

    • I. Nursing management of the patient on PD in the acute care setting
    • II. Nursing management of the PD treatment in the acute care setting
    • III. Nursing management of the patient with emergent needs for PD
    • References
    • Appendix 5.1. CAPD Daily Checklist
    • Appendix 5.2. Acute Care PD Flow Sheet
    • Appendix 5.3. CAPD Treatment Record
    • Appendix 5.4. Peritoneal Dialysis Orders
    • Appendix 5.5. CAPD Orders
    • Appendix 5.6. CCPD Orders
    • Appendix 5.7. CCPD Suspect Peritonitis Orders

    CHAPTER 6: The Patient with a Ventricular Assist Device

    • I. Overview of heart failure in the United States
    • II. Mechanical circulatory support: left ventricular assist device (LVAD)
    • III. Outpatient management of LVAD patients
    • IV. Special considerations for patients with an LVAD during hemodialysis/plasmapheresis
    • V. Monitoring during procedures
    • References

    CHAPTER 7: Continuous Renal Replacement Therapies

    • I. Definitions of intermittent kidney replacement therapy (KRT) for acutely ill patients in the ICU
    • II. Definitions of continuous KRT
    • III. Indications for SLEDD or CRRT in the ICU
    • IV. Therapeutic mechanisms of KRT
    • V. Equipment and system components for intermittent and continuous KRT
    • VI. Anticoagulation
    • VII. Standards of nursing care for KRT
    • VIII. Collaboration between the nephrology nurses and the ICU nurses
    • IX. CRRT treatment overview and schedule coordination for a collaborative program
    • X. Troubleshooting during CRRT and/or SLEDD treatments
    • XI. Monitoring the system and the patient
    • XII. Effectiveness of CRRT – measuring the dose of dialysis
    • XIII. Nutrition for patient on SLEDD/CRRT
    • XIV. Program selection and development for KRT in various ICU environments
    • References
    • Appendix 7.1. Pediatric hemodialysis specification sheet
    • Appendix 7.2. CRRT bedside inservice checklist
    • Appendix 7.3. CRRT bedside inservice checklist
    • Appendix 7.4. SLEDD bedside inservice checklist
    • Appendix 7.5. SLEDD/CRRT orders with regional citrate anticoagulation
    • Appendix 7.6. CRRT orders with heparin or no anticoagulation
    • Appendix 7.7. Pediatric CRRT orders with regional citrate anticoagulation
    • Appendix 7.8. Pediatric CRRT orders with heparin or no anticoagulation
    • Appendix 7.9 CRRT orders with regional citrate
    • Appendix 7.10. CRRT orders with heparin or regional citrate anticoagulation
    • Appendix 7.11. Pediatric CRRT orders with regional citrate anticoagulation
    • Appendix 7.12. Nephrology nursing flowsheet for IHD, SLEDD, or CRRT
    • Appendix 7.13. Nephrology nursing flowsheet for CRRT
    • Appendix 7.14. ICU Nursing Kardex for CRRT with regional citrate
    • Appendix 7.15. ICU nursing flowsheet for CRRT

    CHAPTER 8: Therapeutic Apheresis

    • I. Definition of terms
    • II. Devices used in therapeutic plasmapheresis
    • III. Extracorporeal photopheresis (ECP)
    • IV. Clinical applications of therapeutic apheresis
    • V. Total plasma exchange considerations
    • VI. Procedure considerations
    • References

    SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR MODULE 4

    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5
    • Chapter 6
    • Chapter 7
    • Chapter 8
    • Answer Key

MODULE 5 Kidney Disease in Patient Populations Across the Life Span

    CHAPTER 1: Care of the Neonate to Adolescent with Kidney Disease

    • SECTION A Overview of Pediatric Patients with Chronic Kidney Disease
    • SECTION B Chronic Kidney Disease in Children
    • SECTION C Complications of Kidney Disease in Children
    • SECTION D Acute Kidney Injury
    • SECTION E Kidney Replacement Therapies
    • SECTION F Nutrition and Growth
    • SECTION G Pediatric Pharmacology
    • References

    CHAPTER 2: Care of the Older Adult with Kidney Disease

    • SECTION A Review of the Aging Process
    • SECTION B Kidney Disease in the Older Adult
    • References
    • Appendix 2.1. Systemic Age-Related Changes and Implications

    SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR MODULE 5

    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Answer Key

MODULE 6 The APRN’s Approaches to Care in Nephrology

    CHAPTER 1: Professional Issues for the APRN in Nephrology

    • SECTION A Professional Issues in Advanced Practice Nursing
    • SECTION B End-of-Life and Palliative Care
    • References

    CHAPTER 2: Overview of CKD for the APRN

    • SECTION A APRN Role in Chronic Kidney Disease Stages 1 through 3
    • SECTION B APRN Role in Chronic Kidney Disease Stages 4 and 5, Not on Dialysis
    • References

    CHAPTER 3: Overview of Treatment Options for CKD for the APRN

    • SECTION A Role of the APRN in the Care of the Kidney Transplant Recipient
    • SECTION B Approaches to Care by the APRN in Hemodialysis
    • SECTION C Approaches to Care by the APRN in Hemodialysis Access
    • SECTION D Approaches to Care by the APRN in Peritoneal Dialysis
    • SECTION E Approaches to Care by the APRN in Home Dialysis
    • References

    CHAPTER 4: Overview of Acute Care for the APRN

    • I. The role of the nephrology APRN in acute care
    • II. Acute care evaluation
    • III. Evaluation of clinical findings
    • IV. Chronic kidney disease (CKD) vs. acute kidney injury (AKI)
    • V. Acute kidney injury (AKI)
    • VI. Acute kidney replacement therapies
    • VII. Acute care management of chronic kidney disease (CKD)
    • VIII. Acute care management of patients with kidney failure
    • IX. Infectious disease considerations
    • X. Pharmacologic considerations
    • XI. General nephrology care
    • XII. Collaborative management
    • References

    CHAPTER 5: Overview of Pediatric Nephrology for the APRN

    • SECTION A Prenatal and Postnatal Anatomic Development of the Kidneys
    • SECTION B Prenatal and Postnatal Developmental Physiology and Pathophysiology Secondary to Abnormal Development of the Kidneys
    • SECTION C Assessment of Kidney Structure and Function in Children
    • SECTION D Pediatric End-Stage Renal Disease: Current Statistics from the 2014 USRDS Annual Report
    • SECTION E Frequent Causes of Kidney Disease in Children
    • SECTION F Hypertension in Children
    • SECTION G Treatment of Secondary Issues Related to Chronic Kidney Disease
    • SECTION H Kidney Replacement Therapies in Children
    • SECTION I Acute Kidney Injury in Children
    • SECTION J Nutrition and Growth in Children with Kidney Disorders
    • SECTION K Immunization Guidelines for Pediatric Patients with Kidney Disease
    • SECTION L Emergency Care
    • SECTION M Atraumatic Care
    • SECTION N Special Considerations for Pediatric Programs
    • References

    SELF-ASSESSMENT QUESTIONS FOR MODULE 6

    • Chapter 1
    • Chapter 2
    • Chapter 3
    • Chapter 4
    • Chapter 5
    • Answer Key