NUR-136 - Medical Surgical Nursing II

Study and application of the principles required for nursing care of persons with concerns with respiration, cardiac and peripheral circulation, renal and urinary systems. Integumentary and hemo-immune systems also are studied. Care of persons with related pathologies is described through utilization of the nursing process. Physical assessment strategies and techniques for each discussed system are integrated. Interpersonal processes between all persons with respect for diversity and situational differences are examined in small group discussions. Students will be exposed to technology necessary for data retrieval and treatments. The role of nurse as team member and teacher is discussed. This course includes lecture, case study, clinical,small group discussion and nursing laboratory experiences. Prerequisite: NUR 135,PSY 101 and concurrent registration in NUR 150. Credit or current registration in PSY 210 or Life Span Course.
Academic Level
Credit
Subject
Nursing
Department
Career & Tech Ed Administratio
Credits
4
Prerequisites
Corequisites
None
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