Best Practice Guideline for Total Hip Replacement

The rationale for the guideline is to emphasize the importance of identifying standardized practice guidelines for the total hip replacement patient.

Authored by experts who work in Joint Commission Disease Specific Certified settings, the guideline offers an assessment of the benefits and harms of various care and practice options for the total hip replacement patient.

This will assist and empower nurses to manage the acute care requirements of the total hip replacement patient effectively. The overarching goal of the Best Practice Guideline is to improve patient outcomes through the dissemination of relevant literature and proven best practices. 

Ultimately, adoption of recommended practices offer the potential for an enhanced patient experience and recovery.

Copyright 2018.

Please note that this is a downloadable resource. You will not receive anything in the mail after purchasing the course.


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