NUR 135◊ Promoting Adaptation II

5 credits

Last Update Effective: 1/18/16

Continues to build on the skills and processes introduced in NUR130. Emphasizes assessment and maintenance of the concepts and theories related to the physiologic needs of oxygenation, nutrition and elimination, and the complex processes of fluid, electrolyte, and acid-base balance; neurologic function, endocrine function and the senses. Introduces the psychosocial modes of self-concept, role function and interdependence. Basic pharmacological processes to promote adaptation are introduced. (One 100-level course may be repeated with approval of the Nursing Admission Committee.)

Prerequisite: NUR 130◊; Admission to the Nursing program

Lecture: 3 hours
Laboratory: 3 hours

Clinical Laboratory: 1 hour

(course fee required)