NUR 155◊ Nursing Care of Individuals with Commonly Recurring Adaptation Problems II

5 credits

Last Update Effective: 1/18/16

Holistic approach to the nursing care of individuals with adaptation problems that occur across the life span, including those of the childbearing family within a multicultural society. Commonly recurring problems of the complex processes of fluid and electrolytes, senses, and neurologic and endocrine functions. Problem solving and critical thinking skills are emphasized in the utilization of the nursing process. (One 100-level nursing course may be repeated with approval of the Nursing Admission Committee.)

Prerequisite: NUR 145◊ and NUR 146◊; concurrent enrollment in BIS 137◊ or BIS 241◊, NUR 156

Lecture: 3 hours

Laboratory: 2 hours

Clinical Laboratory: 2 hours

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