NUR206 Medical Surgical Nursing II

The focus of the course includes health promotion, health maintenance, and health restoration. Students continue to build on previously acquired knowledge and skills. Opportunities for experience in caring for clients with perioperative needs, digestive and urinary alterations, and cancer are provided to coordinate with classroom instruction. The student will be given practice in identifying best practices from provided sources of current nursing evidence. In addition, the student will continue to identify how the interdisciplinary team functions for individual clients with serious healthcare deviations and how the practical nurse communicates information that may be utilized by the interdisciplinary team. Students will utilize nursing informatics to organize client care. Application of the nursing process continues as well as theory and practice in documentation. Nutritional needs for these clients are addressed.




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