NS 358 - Transitional Medical Surgical Nursing for the Adult Client Theory

The student will relate assessment techniques for identification of acute and chronic health problems in the adult client as well as discuss relevant diagnostic findings. The student will correlate principles of pathophysiology and pharmacology in relation to acute and chronic health problems in the adult client. Student will use the nursing process to provide client-centered care with a focus on quality improvement and safety while utilizing professionalism.

Semester hours: 1.0

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 161 - Introduction to Population-Based Public Health Nursing: Theory Online
  • NS 227 - Pathophysiology
  • NS 235 - Pharmacology I
  • NS 349 - Pathways for Success
  • NS 355 - Concepts of Professional Practice for the LPN to BSN

Co-requisites:

  • NS 256 - Pharmacology II
  • NS 261 - Population-Based Public Health Nursing – Health Policy and Current Trends: Theory Online
  • NS 359 - Transitional Medical Surgical Nursing for the Adult Client Clinical

Restrictions and Notes:

  • Current unencumbered LPN license

Last updated: 03/17/2020