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The Nurse Practitioner in Urology : A Manual for Nurse Practitioners, Physician Assistants and Allied Healthcare Providers / edited by Susanne A. Quallich, Michelle J. Lajiness.

Publication:
Cham : Springer International Publishing : Imprint: Springer, 2020.
Format/Description:
Book
1 online resource (X, 558 pages) : 14 illustrations, 9 illustrations in color.
Edition:
2nd ed. 2020.
Series:
Medicine (SpringerNature-11650)
Contained In:
Springer Nature eBook
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Subjects:
Nursing services -- Administration.
Urology.
Medicine, Industrial.
Nursing -- Research.
Local subjects:
Nursing Management. (search)
Urology. (search)
Occupational Medicine/Industrial Medicine. (search)
Nursing Research. (search)
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Summary:
This new edition updates the previous one and adds additional content related to postoperative management, pain management, LGBTQ care, and uroradiology. This book is designed to meet the needs of nurse practitioners, advanced practice nurses globally and physician assistants working in urology. Content assumes some background knowledge regarding the normal anatomy and physiology of the genitourinary system and the pathophysiology underlying specific urologic health-related problems. This ensures that the provider can pursue exemplary management of patients with acute and chronic urologic conditions in a wide variety of settings, including independent practices, and academic urologic practices. This manual fills the gaps that traditional curricula may have left, permitting the reader to proceed with confident management of adult patients with urologic care needs, promoting the role of a skilled clinician in urology, especially for chronic, non-operative urologic conditions while recognizing those conditions which may benefit from surgical management. As the burden of urologic disease increases with an aging U.S. population, it is increasingly clear that nurse practitioners and physician assistants will be called on to move into roles caring for patients with urologic disease. Use of NPs and PAs to their highest education will become an increasingly important strategy for maintaining access and reducing costs, in the context of urologist workforce that is shrinking. However, urology topics receive sporadic attention in NP and PA curricula, leaving practicing NPs and PAs with gaps in their knowledge concerning trends and recommendations for management of urologic health conditions. As this demand for provider visits for urologic concerns increases, the demand for provider services to care for patients with urologic health concerns will also increase, and presents the opportunity for both NPs and PAs to move into specialty practice environments within urology.
Contents:
Preface
Introduction
1. Transitioning pediatric urology patients to adult urology practices
2. Basics of hypogonadism evaluation and management
3. Evaluation and management of common scrotal conditions
4. Erectile dysfunction and men's sexual health
5. Benign prostatic hyperplasia
6. Hematuria
7. Prostatitis and chronic male pelvic pain
8. Stone disease
9. Urethral stricture and trauma
10. Urinary tract infection and pyelonephritis
11. Basics of pre and postoperative management specific to urology patients
12. Neurogenic bladder and underactive bladder
13. Stress incontinence
14. Overactive bladder
15. Women's urology: Painful bladder syndrome and interstitial cystitis
16. Prostate cancer
17. Bladder and urothelial cancer
18. Kidney cancer
19. Penile and testicular cancers
20. Uroradiology for the Nurse Practitioner
21. Procedures for the nurse practitioner in urology
22. Pain management and the urology patient
23. Special topics for the Urology NP
24. Appendix: Resources, coding resources, PSA screening, urologic emergencies. .
Contributor:
Quallich, Susanne A. editor., Editor,
Lajiness, Michelle J. editor., Editor,
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ISBN:
978-3-030-45267-4
9783030452674
Publisher Number:
10.1007/978-3-030-45267-4 doi
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