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NUR1141 Pharmacology I

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1 credit hour(s)
Prerequisite(s): grade of C or better in BSC2085 , BSC2085L , BSC2086 , BSC2086L , PSY2012 , DEP2004 , HUN1201 , ENC1101 , and one General Education  Mathematics course.
Corequisite(s): NUR1020 , NUR1020L , NUR1022L , NUR1213 , NUR1213L , NUR1214L .
This course provides the nursing student with a basic background on drug classifications, actions and dosages; age-related and developmental factors that affect drug metabolism; laboratory considerations; and side effects. This information is critical to safe nursing practice. Subject matter related to reduction of errors in medication administration is also presented. Students will demonstrate safe techniques of medication administration in the skills laboratory during NUR1020L  and NUR1213L  before administering medications in the clinical area. Lecture: 15 hours. Does not count toward A.A. degree.


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