NURS 2350 Medical Surgical II
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This course focuses on providing patient-centered nursing care to the individual in chronic and acute stages of illness with an emphasis on optimization of health status, personal adaptation, and health care beliefs. Students will develop clinical reasoning skills through class and clinical experiences. Clinical includes engagement of the individual in acute care settings. Disorders of the cardiovascular, peripheral vascular, hematologic, oncologic, respiratory, immunologic, musculoskeletal,endocrine, gastric, renal and neurologic systems will be included. The course is offered during a 16 week period, which includes theory and clinical experiences. A clinical experience course (NURS 2350C Medical-Surgical II Clinical) is also required.
Corequisite(s): NURS 2350C Medical-Surgical II Clinical.
This clinical must be taken with NURS 2350 Medical Surgical II.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 2200 Medical-Surgical I with grades of "C+" or better.
Corequisite(s): NURS 2110 Pharmacology II and NURS 2350 Medical Surgical II.
A continuation of evidence based pharmacotherapeutic aspects of nursing care. Emphasis is on principles of safe administration of medications and common uses for major medication classifications. Ethical and cultural considerations across the life span are considered for each medication classification. Includes content and in-class learning activities with intravenous fluids, blood administration and parental nutrition.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 2000 Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice, NURS 2100 Pharmacology I, and NURS 2180 Health Assessment for Traditional BSN Students with grades of "C+" or better.
In this course, students will gain knowledge related to basic nursing skills to care for patients with stable disease processes in a variety of settings including hospitals, doctor’s offices, clinics and nursing homes. Student will be introduced to delegation and priority setting for the baccalaureate prepared nurse. The learner will incorporate the nursing process and NANDA nursing diagnoses into the clinical setting in working with their assigned clients. Body systems covered include eyes, ears nose and throat; respiratory; cardiovascular; gastrointestinal; integumentary; genitourinary; and perioperative nursing.
The course is offered during an 8-week period, which includes two hours theory and two hours clinical experiences. A 2-hour clinical course (NURS 2200C Medical-Surgical I Clinical) is also required.
Prerequisite(s): NURS 2000 Foundations of Professional Nursing Practice, NURS 2710 Pathophysiology for Traditional BSN Students, and NURS 2180 Health Assessment for Traditional BSN Students with grades of "C+" or better; or permission from the program director.
Corequisite(s): NURS 2110 Pharmacology II ,NURS 2100 Pharmacology I, and NURS 2200C Medical-Surgical I Clinical.