NS 227 - Pathophysiology

Human physiological responses to disease, stress and the environment are studied; and pathophysiological processes are analyzed to provide the scientific rationale for nursing interventions. Diagnostic and medical treatment modalities are studied in conjunction with pathological dynamics.

Semester hours: 3.0

Prerequisites:

  • BI 210 - Microbiology - Lecture and Lab
  • BI 211 - Human Anatomy - Lecture and Lab
  • BI 213 - Human Physiology - Lecture and Lab
  • CH 110 - General Chemistry - Lecture and Lab
  • NS 116 - Introduction of Professional Nursing Concepts and Clinical Judgement: Theory
  • NS 125 - Foundational Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Theory
  • NS 126 - Foundational Skills and Assessment of the Adult: Clinical
  • NS 161 - Introduction to Population-Based Public Health Nursing: Theory Online

Co-requisites:

  • NS 233 - Assessment and Care of the Adult with Abnormal Findings: Theory
  • NS 234 - Assessment and Care of the Adult with Abnormal Findings: Clinical
  • NS 235 - Pharmacology I

Restrictions and Notes:

  • LPN-BSN students see advisor.

Last updated: 04/05/2021