Bed Number Ten CRC Press Book A patient's personal view of long term care. Seen through the eyes of a patient totally paralyzed with GuillainBarr syndrome, this moving book takes you through the psychological and physical pain of Josh Ford Nsg301 Bed Number 10 Book Report Therapeutic Communication, NonTherapeutic Communication, Social Communication, Professional CaringTherapeutic Communication ExamplesTherapeutic Communication: Quote: I think the overall theme of Bed Number Ten is to uncover the truth behind what can and really does happen today in the hospital setting as well as long term care units.
Most of the time care givers in general underestimate the I was just thinking about this bookI'm on my second try at nursing school (LPN, because the RN program I started has a 5year wait to get back in) and was looking for something unrelated in my old notebooks this week.
I found my book report on Bed Number Ten and was thinking I should reread it. Bed Number Ten offers little in the way of an examination of the system it quietly questions, and nothing in the way of answers. It is meant to be an inspirational tale and is written in a generic" " woman's magazine" " style that tends to be boring when it drifts off the course of the disease itself.
I was just curious has anyone read the book" Bed Number Ten" We are required to read it for class and do a report on it, and I was just curious as to what you thought about the book? ? : cool: I was just curious has anyone read the book" Bed Number Ten" We are required to read it for class and do a report on it, and I was just Bed Number Ten Sue Baier, Author Holt McDougal 0 (293p) ISBN.
Buy this book. A Houston housewife, mother of two teenage daughters, Baier endured a virtual living death when she Book Review Bed Number Ten By Sue Baier and Mary Zimmeth. 293 pp. New York, Holt, Rinehart and Winston, 1986. 16. 95. No Laughing Matter By Joseph Heller and Speed Vogel. 335 pp. Bed number ten User Review Not Available Book Verdict. GuillainBarre is a rare syndrome that can occur after a viral infection, causing degeneration of nerve sheaths and resulting in temporary paralysis.
Apr 09, 2014 This book tells of her eleven months of hospitalization. The first twothirds of the book cover the time she spent in the ICU unit, in bed number ten. It was agonizing to read what was going on in her mind as she lay there, totally dependent on the nurses and doctors.