NS 233 - Assessment and Care of the Adult with Abnormal Findings: Theory

The student relate to the basic techniques of assessment to abnormal disease findings in the adult client. The student will explain principles pathophysiology and pharmacology in relation to acute and chronic health problems. Students will describe the concept of client-centered care with a focus on quality improvement and safety while utilizing professionalism.

Semester hours: 2.0

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

Last updated: 03/17/2020