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NUR2251C Nursing Concepts IV

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5 credit hour(s)
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This is the last of four Nursing Concepts courses, and it builds upon the basic principles of nursing presented in the previous nursing courses. In this course, the student applies critical thinking through the use of the nursing process and evidence found in nursing research to advanced nursing concepts including ventilators, organ transplantation, open heart procedures, hemodynamic and intracranial pressure monitoring, multi-organ dysfunction syndrome, emergent situations, and bioterrorism. Lab skills learned in previous courses will be reviewed, and simulation will be used to reinforce classroom teaching. Clinical experience will provide opportunities for the student to apply knowledge in the acute and critical care setting. Lecture: 30 hours; Lab/simulation/clinical:135 hours Does not count toward A.A. degree.

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