Cardiac Nursing by Susan L. Woods PhD RN, Erika S. Sivarajan Froelicher MA

By Susan L. Woods PhD RN, Erika S. Sivarajan Froelicher MA MPH PhD RN FAAN, Sandra Adams (Underhill) Motzer PhD RN FAHA, Elizabeth J. Bridges PhD RN CCNS FCCM FAAN

Univ. of Washington, Seattle. Brandon/Hill Nursing record choice (#42). Discusses medical cardiac nursing and present cardiac learn and know-how. This version has been completely revised and contains precis pharmacologic tables all through. concentration now features a international standpoint. prior version: c1995. DNLM: center Diseases--nursing.

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Francis School of Anesthesia in La Crosse, Wisconsin, in 1942 and served as its director until her retirement in 1981. She also served as the director of anesthesia for the hospital. Sister Yvonne worked to ensure her students learned about new and innovative techniques and anesthetic agents, and she included ethics in schools curriculum long before it was popular. She was a pioneer in the field of respiratory therapy and served 12 years as registrar for the American Association for Respiratory Care.

Balz K. The Value of Special Training in Anesthesia for the Army Nurse. AANA J. 1947;Vol. 15(No 3):138-140. McMechan F. Editorial, Anesthesia Supplement. Am J Surg. 1915;29(7):113. Thatcher V. History of Anesthesia with Emphasis on the Nurse Specialist. Philadelphia: Lippincott; 1953:116. Bill to legalize administration of anesthetics by nurses causes difference of opinion. Ohio State Med J. 1919;15:231. Hanchett S. Anesthesia Is Nursing: A Historic Review of the Chalmers-Francis v Nelson Case [thesis].

She was a charter member of the AANA and was its third president (1935-1937). During her AANA presidency, she promoted several ideas that were considered radical for the time. In particular, she called for a 18 t UNIT I ╇ Professional Issues proposal permitting the membership of male and African-American nurse anesthetists. She also helped organize the Pennsylvania Association of Nurse Anesthetists and also served as president. In recognition of her service, she received AANA’s Award of Appreciation and the Agatha Hodgins Award for Outstanding Accomplishment.

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