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NUR101 Medical Surgical Nursing I - Fundamentals Syllabus Course Description This course focuses on the integration of cognitive and psychomotor domains of nursing practice. It introduces the students to the nursing process as central to all nursing actions. Classroom, laboratory and clinical experiences are provided to enable the student to acquire basic skills that focus on the self-care requisites of the adult. The student will learn to initiate nursing actions in response to identification of self-care deficits, utilizing Orem’s Self Care Deficit Model. Prerequisite: BIO105, NUR100 Total Contact Hours: 120 (45 for Lecture, 30 for Laboratory, 0 for Simulation, 45 for Clinical); Out-of-Class Work: 153 hours Semester Credit Hours: 5.0 Student Learning Outcomes 1. Demonstrate a sound theory base incorporating knowledge from nursing, liberal arts, and sciences. 2. Exhibit critical thinking skills necessary for promotion of self-care abilities. 3. Utilize concepts of communication, teaching, and research in providing quality health care to individuals and families. 4. Utilize the nursing process to identify requisites and deficits in patients in order to enhance self-care ability 5. Integrate the three practice roles of the Associate of Science Degree in Nursing within the interdisciplinary health care system. 6. Practice nursing within the established scope of ethical and legal standards of the profession. 7. Accept personal and professional responsibility for the development of self-actualization of educational, professional, social, and community pursuits by emulating the mission statement. Course Objectives 1. Utilize standard precautions in all patient interactions. (SLO 1, 5) 2. Utilize the nursing process as a framework for critical thinking in relation to self-care requisites and / or deficits. (SLO 2, 4) 3. Employ principles of safety and comfort in patient interactions. (SLO 1, 4, 5) 4. Perform basic assessment of patient’s health requisites and deficits (SLO 1, 2, 4) 5. Develop nursing diagnoses for the patient with self-care requisites and / or deficits. (SLO 2, 4) 6. Implement nursing interventions to meet self-care requisites. (SLO 4, 5) 7. Administer medications safely and knowledgeably to patients in the clinical setting. (SLO 1, 4, 5, 6) Required Resources Textbooks ● Potter, P., Perry, A., Stockart, P. & Hall, A. (2021). Fundamentals of Nursing (10th ed.). Elsevier. ● Ignatavicius, D., & Workman, L. (2021) Clinical Companion for Medical Surgical Nursing (10th ed.). Elsevier. Reference Package ● Ackley. (2020). Nursing Diagnosis Handbook: An Evidenced-based Guide to Planning Care. (12th ed.). Elsevier. ● HESI. (2019). HESI Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination. (6th ed.) Elsevier. o RN Case Studies & Practice Tests. Elsevier. (See HESI Package). ● Morris. (2018). Calculate with Confidence. (7th ed.). Elsevier ● Pagana. (2018). Mosby’s Manual of Diagnostic and Laboratory Tests. (6th ed.). Elsevier ● Perry; Potter. (2017) Clinical Nursing Skills and Techniques. (9th ed.) Elsevier ● Skidmore-Roth, L. (2021). Mosby’s 2021 Nursing Drug Reference (34th ed.). Elsevier. ● Silvestri, L. (2020). Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination (8th ed.). Elsevier. ● Elsevier. (2015).RN Simulation Learning System for RN 2.0 (User Guide and Retail Access Code). (2nd ed). Elsevier. Resource Center Materials ● Chabner, D. (2018) Medical Terminology: A Short Course (8th ed.). Elsevier. ● Sharp & Upchurch. (2020) HESI Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN Examination (6th ed.). Elsevier. ● Silvestri, L. (2018). Saunders Q & A review for the NCLEX-RN Examination. (7th ed.). Elsevier. ● Silvestri, (2020) Saunders 2020-2021 Strategies for Test Success: Passing Nursing School and the NCLEX Exam (6th ed). Elsevier ● Additional learning materials are available in the LIRN Online Databases: Materials and Supplies ● LRC and Computer lab access with printer Instructional Methods Lecture / Discussion Required readings Assignments and Projects Written papers Group activities Online / Electronic instruction Actual and Simulated Clinical Experiences Mode of Delivery Residential Americans with Disabilities Act Guidelines Refer to the procedure outlined in the campus catalog. Classroom Policy Our goal is to build a respectful learning and work environment that allows for positive communication and teamwork. To promote this all students must abide by academic policies related to attendance, behavior and professional conduct as published in the current institutional catalog. To successfully complete a nursing course, a student is required to achieve a minimum composite test score of 78% (average of test scores/Key Graded Assessments) and a minimum of 78% overall course grade (includes the course assignments that are not Key Graded Assessments (KGAs). For nursing courses, the student must also achieve a performance grade of Pass (P) on the clinical, simulation, and lab performance components of the course to achieve a passing grade. Clinical and laboratory activities are graded as Pass or Fail. Failure to meet any one of the requirements will result in a failing grade for the course. A student in a nursing program is permitted to continue his or her enrollment in the program after earning one failing grade in a nursing and/or required science course. A failed nursing or required science course must be repeated successfully on the second attempt. Failure to succeed on the 2nd attempt will result in dismissal from the nursing program. Key Graded Assessments Key graded assessments include quizzes, unit exams, final exams, and HESI exams (if applicable). HESI Exam The recommended HESI exam benchmark score (expected level of achievement) is 900. The HESI conversion score will be used to calculate the course grade. The student will be permitted one attempt on the HESI exam. Course activities that are not Key Graded Assessments Each course includes learning activities that are required for students to complete satisfactorily. The assignments that are not tests/exams (KGA) are designed to promote critical thinking and writing skills. The course points assigned to these non-KGA learning activities are not calculated into the overall course grade unless a student has achieved the minimum of a composite score of 78% on the KGA. These are required assignments and do contribute to the overall course score. EXAMINATIONS Students are responsible for maintaining and applying knowledge from previously completed courses at St. Paul’s School of Nursing as well as courses that were transferred or successfully challenged. Students are responsible for both new and previously learned subject matter up to the date of each exam. This means that students may be tested on all previously learned content as the student advances from semester to semester. The final exam is cumulative for the semester. Refer to the student handbook for the policy on specialty exams and the requirement for nursing competency development between first administration and second administration of the specialty exams. Distribution of Out-of-Class Time Out-of-Class Assignments Time (hours) Reading (chapters from Fundamentals of Nursing and The Basics) 90 HESI RN Assignment Exam (1 @ 2 hours) 2 HESI RN Practice Exam (1 @ 2 hours) 2 Saunders NCLEX Questions (250) = 12 12 HESI RN Case Study (4 @ 3 hours) 12 Clinical Nursing Skills Review (20 appx.) 20 Exam (4 x 3 hrs) and Final (1 x 3 hrs) Preparation 15 Total Estimated Hours 153 TOPIC OUTLINE ● Health and Wellness ● Infection Control ● Hygiene ● Mobility/Immobility/Exercise ● Safety ● Sensory Alteration/Older Adult ● Sensory Alterations ● Older Adult ● Health Assessment ● Vital Signs ● Urine/Bowel Elimination ● Oxygenation ● Patterns of Nursing Care related to Altered Nutrition ● Skin Integrity& Wound Care ● Surgical Client ● Postoperative Care ● Fluid and Electrolytes ● Medication Administration Course Outline Topics Student Learning Activities Assignment Activity (Graded) Week 1 (CO: 1,3,4) Theory: Health and Wellness Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: Assignments Infection Control Nature of Infection ● Chapter 28 Infection Prevention and Control ● Chapter 40 Hygiene ● Chain of Infection ● Four Stages of Infection ● Defense Against Infection ● Risk Factors ● Standard Precautions ● Personal Protective Equipment ● Hospital Acquired Infections (HAI) Hygiene ● Hygiene Self Care Deficit ● Care of Dry Skin ● Factors Influencing Hygiene ● Oral Hygiene The Basics: ● Unit 5: Protection from Communicable Diseases Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #1 Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session (Online) Lab: ● Infection Control o Medical Asepsis o Hand-Washing o Isolation ● Hygiene: o Oral Care o Bathing o Perineal Care o Catheter Care o Linen Change View: Video Clips on Canvas: ● Log in to Canvas ● Click on Evolve Resources for Fundamentals of Nursing, 9th edition ● Click on Student Resources ● Click on the appropriate chapter for your topic ● Click on Video Clips ● Follow this process for every week that says “Video Clips on Canvas” Infection Control ● Hand Hygiene ● Using Personal Protective Equipment Bathing ● Bathing a Patient ● Shampooing Hair of a Bed-Bound Patient ● Performing Perineal Care for The Female Patient ● Performing Perineal Care for The Male Patient Bed making ● Making the Unoccupied Bed Assignments: Participate in Skill Validations Assisting with Elimination ● Assisting with A Bedpan ● Providing Catheter Care Personal Hygiene & Grooming ● Performing Oral Hygiene for An Unconscious Patient Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 7 Medical Asepsis ● Chapter 17 Personal Hygiene and Bed making ● Chapter 34 Bowel Elimination and Gastric Intubation Clinical ● Orientation to Clinical and Clinical Site Week 2 (CO: 1-6) Theory: Mobility/Safety Mobility/Immobility ● Activity/Exercise ● Body Mechanics Mobility/Immobility/Exercise ● Nature & Regulation of Movement ● Transfer & Positioning ● Body Mechanics ● Assistive Devices ● Effects of Immobility ● Types of Exercise ● Protective Positioning ● Ergonomics Safety ● Safety in The Health Care Setting ● Physical Hazards ● Individual Risk Factors ● Developmental Consideration ● Four (4) Categories of Risk in Health Care Setting ● Fall Assessment/Prevention ● Fire Safety Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 27 Patient Safety and Quality ● Chapter 39 Immobility ● Chapter 38 Activity and Exercise The Basics: ● Chapter II: Fundamentals of Nursing o Unit 1: Normal Mobility o Unit 2: Altered Functions Related to Immobility o Unit 3: Safety Complete: ● HESI RN Case Study: Sensory Function ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions (Online) #2 Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Review for the Assignments: Take Quiz #1 Turn in Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions (#1) (Online) ● Restraints/Alternatives ● Seizure Precautions NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session Lab ● Mobility: o Body Mechanics o Positioning o Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises ● Hygiene: o Oral Care o Bathing o Perineal Care o Catheter Care o Linen Change ● Use of Bedpan View: Video Clips on Canvas: Mobility ● Moving and Positioning Patients in Bed ● Performing Passive Range-of-Motion Exercises Bed making ● Making the Unoccupied Bed ● Making the Occupied Bed Assisting with Elimination ● Assisting with A Bedpan ● Providing Catheter Care Personal Hygiene & Grooming ● Performing Oral Hygiene for An Unconscious Patient Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 9 Safe Patient Handling ● Chapter 10 Exercise and Ambulation Participate in Skill Validations Week 3 (CO: 1-6) Theory: Sensory Alteration/Older Adult Sensory Alterations ● Normal Sensation ● Sensory Deficit: Loss of Vision, Hearing, Taste, Smell, Etc. ● Sensory Overload ● Nursing Process and Nursing Care of Patients with Sensory Alteration Older Adult Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 14 Older Adults ● Chapter 49 Sensory Alterations The Basics: ● Chapter XI: Sensory and Neurological Function, o Unit 1: Sensation and Perception Functions o Unit 2: Alterations in Vision o Unit 3: Alterations in Hearing Assignments: Turn in Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #2 (Online) Turn in HESI RN Case Study: Sensory Function ● Myths & Stereotypes ● Nurse’s Attitude ● Assessing Older Adult’s Need ● Normal Physical Changes ● Health Concerns ● Acute Care Setting ● Restorative Care ● Sexuality ● Teaching Older Adult Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #3 (Online) Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session Prepare for Unit Exam #1 (Chpt 14, 29, 40, 27-29, 39-40) Lab ● Mobility: o Body Mechanics o Positioning o Range of Motion (ROM) Exercises ● Restraints View: Video Clips on Canvas: Restraints and Alternatives ● Using Restraint Alternatives ● Applying Physical Restraints Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 9 Safe Patient Handling ● Chapter 10 Exercise and Ambulation ● Chapter 13 Safety and Quality Improvement Participate in Skill Validations Week 4 (CO: 1-6) Theory: Health Assessment Vital Signs ● Guidelines for Measuring V/S o Temperature- Physiological Factors and The Nursing Process o Pulse- Physiological Factors and The Nursing Process o Respirations- Physiological Factors and the Nursing Process Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 29 Vital Signs The Basics: ● Chapter I: Health o Assessment o Unit 1: Health History o Unit 2: Physical Assessment Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #4 Assignments: Turn in Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #3 (Online) Take Unit Exam #1 (Weeks 1-3) o Respiratory Findings o Blood Pressure- Physiological Factors and The Nursing Process ● B/P Cuff- The Right Size (Online) Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session Lab ● Vital Signs ● Blood Glucose Monitoring ● Lung and Breath Sounds ● Assessment Skills View: Video Clips on Canvas: Vital Signs ● Measuring Body Temperature ● Assessing Radial Pulse ● Assessing Apical Pulse ● Assessing Apical-Radial Pulse ● Assessing Respirations ● Obtaining Blood Pressure by The One-Step Method ● Obtaining Blood Pressure by The Two-Step Method ● Assessing Pain ● Measuring Height and Weight Specimen Collection ● Performing Blood Glucose Testing Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques, Skills Performance Checklists ● Chapter 5 Vital Signs ● Chapter 6 Health Assessment Participate in Skill Validations Week 5 (CO: 1-6) Theory: Health Assessment (Cont.) ● Purposes & Preparation for Physical Exam ● Organization of Exam ● Techniques of Physical Assessment ● General Survey ● Skin, Hair, Nails ● Head and Neck ● Mouth and Pharynx Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 30 Health Assessment and Physical Examination Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #5 (Online) Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Assignments: Take Quiz #2 Turn in: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #4 (Online) ● Thorax and Lungs ● Abdomen ● Musculoskeletal ● Rom ● Neurological ● Breast ● Male/Female Genitalia Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session Prepare for Unit Exam #2 (Chpt 14, 31, 32, & 49) Lab ● Vital Signs ● Blood Glucose Monitoring ● Lung and Breath Sounds ● Assessment Skills View: Video Clips on Canvas: Physical Examination ● Head to Toe Assessment Review: Specimen Collection ● Performing Blood Glucose Testing Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 6 Health Assessment ● Chapter 43 Specimen Collection Participate in Skill Validations Week 6 (CO: 1, 2, 5, & 6) Theory: Urine/Bowel Elimination Urine ● A&P Urinary System ● Process of Urination ● Factors Influencing Urination ● Alteration in Urinary Elimination ● Urine Testing ● Nursing Process Applied to Patients with Alteration in Urinary Elimination ● Process of Catheterizing Patient: Actions in Correct Order ● Infection Control Practices Related to Use of Catheters ● Bladder Training Bowel ● A&P GI Tract Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 46 Urinary Elimination ● Chapter 47 Bowel Elimination The Basics 2016: ● Chapter IX: The Renal and Urological Systems o Unit 1: The Urinary System Overview o Unit 2: Urinary Function o Unit 3: Selected Disorders ● Chapter VII: The Gastrointestinal System o Unit 3: Selected Disorders o Unit 4: Accessory Organs of Digestion (Liver, Gallbladder, Pancreas) o Unit 5: The Lower Intestinal Tract Assignments: Turn in: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #5 (Online) Take Unit Exam #2 (Weeks 3-5) ● Promotion of Defecation ● Common Bowel Elimination Problems ● Bowel Diversion ● Stomas ● Nursing Process Applied to Patients with Alteration in Bowel Elimination ● Fecal Disimpaction ● Enemas Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #6 (Online). ● HESI RN Case Study: Constipation Lab ● Enema ● Urinary Catheter Insertion, Removal, And Irrigation View: Video Clips on Canvas: Assisting with Elimination ● Administering a Cleansing Enema Urinary Catheter Management and Care ● Inserting an Indwelling Urinary Catheter in A Female Patient - ● Inserting an Indwelling Urinary Catheter in A Male Patient ● Irrigating A Urinary Catheter ● Removing Indwelling Urinary Catheter Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 33 Urinary Elimination Participate in Skill Validations Week 7 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Oxygenation ● A & P of Lungs ● Alveoli ● Factors Affecting Oxygenation ● Physical Assessment of Respiratory System ● Recognizing Hypoxia Early! ● Normal/Abnormal Breath Sounds ● Pulse Oximetry ● Suctioning-Sterile Technique ● Oxygen Delivery Systems ● Tracheostomy Care Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 41 Oxygenation The Basics: ● Chapter V: The Respiratory System o Unit 1: The Respiratory System Overview o Unit 2: Alterations in Airway Clearance and Breathing Patterns Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #7 Assignments: Take Quiz #3 Turn in: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #6 (Online) ● HESI RN Case Study: Constipation ● Nursing Care of Patient with Alteration in Respiratory Status (Online) Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session ● HESI RN Case Study: Breathing Patterns ● HESI RN Medical-Surgical Assignment Exam Lab ● Use of Oxygen ● Pulse Oximetry ● Suctioning ● Trach Care View: Video Clips on Canvas: Vital Signs ● Measuring Oxygen Saturation with Pulse Oximetry Respiratory Care and Suctioning ● Applying an Oxygen Mask ● Providing Tracheostomy Care ● Performing Oropharyngeal Suctioning ● Airway Suctioning ● Performing Nasotracheal Suctioning ● Maintaining an Airway ● Setting Oxygen Flow Rates ● Ensuring Oxygen Safety Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 23 Oxygen Therapy ● Chapter 25 Airway Management Participate in Skill Validations Simulation Simulation Learning System(SLS) for RN 2.0 Simulation Orientation Bring Orientation “Certificate of Completion” to class Week 8 (CO: 17) Theory: Medication Administration ● Compliance with Law ● Routes of Administration Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 31 Medication Administration Assignments: Turn in Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 ● Types of Medication orders Review Questions #7 ● Medication Errors ● Eight (8) Rights of Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN (Online) Medication Administration ● Preventing Errors ● Administering injections 25 Review Questions #8 (Online) Access the NCLEX review questions by going to Turn in HESI RN Case Study: Breathing Patterns ● injection Sites, Techniques ● Wasting Narcotics the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Turn in HESI RN Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa Medical-Surgical Assignment Exam m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session Lab ● Medication Administration View: Video Clips on Canvas: Participate in Skill Validations (Oral, Eye, Ear, NG or Gastrostomy, Topical, Nonparenteral Medications Inhalation) ● Medication Administration: o Vaginal ● Administering Skin Applications ● Administering Ophthalmic o Rectal o Suppository Medications ● Applying an Estrogen Patch or o Intradermal o Subcutaneous o Intramuscular Nitroglycerin Paste ● Administering Eardrops ● Use of Metered-Dose Inhaler o Z-Track (MDI) ● Use of Dry Powder Inhaler (DPI) ● Insertion of Rectal Suppository Injections ● Preparing Injections from An Ampule ● Preparing Injections from A Vial ● Preparing Insulin ● Drawing Up More Than One Type of Insulin ● Administering Injections (Intradermal) ● Administering Injections (Subcutaneous) ● Administering Injections (Intramuscular) Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 20 Safe Medication Preparation ● Chapter 21 Oral and Topical Medications Week 9 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Medication Administration Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: Assignments: Turn in: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #8 (Online) ● Medication Errors ● Eight (8) Rights of Medication Administration ● Chapter 31 Medication Administration ● Preventing Errors ● Administering injections Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN ● injection Sites, Techniques ● Wasting Narcotics 25 Review Questions #9 (Online) Access the NCLEX review questions by going to the Canvas resources for Saunders Comprehensive Review for the NCLEX-RN---Exam Review—Continue-Login—Exa m—25 Questions—Category—Subcat egory—Begin Session ● Prepare for Exam #3 (Chpt 32, 41, 46, & 47) Lab ● Medication Administration View: Video Clips on Canvas: Participate in Skill Validations (Oral, Eye, Ear, NG or Gastrostomy, Topical, Inhalation) Nonparenteral Medications ● Administering Skin ● Medication Administration: o Vaginal Applications ● Administering Ophthalmic o Rectal o Suppository o Intradermal Medications ● Applying an Estrogen Patch or Nitroglycerin Paste o Subcutaneous o Intramuscular ● Administering Eardrops ● Use of Metered-Dose Inhaler o Z-Track (MDI) ● Use of Dry Powder Inhaler (DPI) ● Insertion of Rectal Suppository Injections ● Preparing Injections from An Ampule ● Preparing Injections from A Vial ● Preparing Insulin ● Drawing Up More Than One Type of Insulin ● Administering Injections (Intradermal) ● Administering Injections (Subcutaneous) ● Administering Injections (Intramuscular) Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 20 Safe Medication Preparation ● Chapter 22 Parenteral Medications Simulation Simulation Learning System(SLS) for RN 2.0 Fundamentals 8 Oxygenation and Hygiene Simulation Student Evaluation Week 10 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Patterns of Nursing Care Altered Nutrition ● Enteral Nutrition- Feeding Tubes ● Types of Administration ● Adverse Effects of Enteral Feeding ● Safe Administration of Feedings: Position, Placement ● Parenteral Feeding ● Complications of Parenteral Feeding ● Nursing Priorities R/T Altered Nutrition Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 21 Managing Patient Care ● Chapter 45 Nutrition The Basics: ● Chapter VII: The Gastrointestinal System o Unit 1: Concepts Basic to Nutrition Complete: ● HESI RN Medical-Surgical Practice Exam Assignments: Take Unit Exam #3 (Weeks 6-8) Turn in: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #9 (Online) Lab ● Feeding: o NG o Gastrostomy o Nasogastric Insertion, Removal, Suction, And Irrigation View: Video Clips on Canvas: ● Enteral Nutrition ● Inserting A Nasogastric Tube ● Providing Enteral Feedings ● Removing A Feeding Tube Participate in Skill Validations ● Medication Administration (NG or Gastrostomy) Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 31 Enteral Nutrition Week 11 (CO: 1-6) Theory: Skin Integrity& Wound Care Functions of The Skin ● Factors Affecting Skin Integrity ● Risk Factors for Pressure Ulcer Development ● Four (4) Stages of Pressure Ulcers ● Nursing Care for Each Stage ● Prevention of Pressure Ulcers Wound Care ● Wound Classification ● Complications of Wound Healing ● Documenting Wound Assessment ● Tunneling, Undermining ● Types of Wound Drainage & Tissue ● Wound Debridement ● Packing A Wound ● Drains- JP, Hemovac Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 48 Skin Integrity and Wound Care The Basics: ● Chapter II: Fundamentals of Nursing o Unit 6: Maintenance of Skin Integrity Assignments: Take Quiz #4 Turn in HESI RN Medical-Surgical Practice Exam Lab ● Application of Cold and Heat ● Surgical Asepsis ● Sterile Gloving ● Dressing Change ● Suture/Staple Removal ● Wound Drains View: Video Clips on Canvas: Infection Control ● Preparation of a Sterile Field ● Sterile Gloving ● Pouring A Sterile Solution ● Using A Pre-Packaged Sterile Kit Wound and Pressure Ulcer Care ● Performing Wound Irrigation ● Assessment for Risk for Pressure Ulcer Development ● Changing A Dressing ● Using Wound Drainage Systems ● Assessing Wounds Participate in Skill Validations Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 8 Sterile Technique ● Chapter 38 Wound Care ● Chapter 39 Dressings, Bandages, and Binders Week 12 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Surgical Client ● Classifications of Surgical Procedures ● Preoperative Surgical Phase ● Informed Consent, Preop Teaching ● Intraoperative Surgical Phase- Scrub Nurse/ Circulating Nurse Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 50 Perioperative Nursing Care The Basics: ● Chapter II: Fundamentals of Nursing o Unit 7: Perioperative Care Complete: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 Review Questions #10 (Online) Prepare for Specialty Exam Assignments: Take Quiz #5 Lab ● Surgical Asepsis ● Sterile Gloving ● Dressing Change ● Suture/Staple Removal ● Wound Drains View: Video Clips on Canvas: Infection Control ● Preparation of a Sterile Field ● Sterile Gloving ● Pouring A Sterile Solution ● Using A Pre-Packaged Sterile Kit Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques: ● Chapter 8 Sterile Technique ● Chapter 38 Wound Care Chapter 39 Dressings, Bandages, and Binders Participate in Skill Validations Week 13 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Surgical Client (cont.) ● Postop Surgical Experience- Reading: ● All Previous Assigned Reading Complete: Assignments: Turn in: ● Silvestri Saunders NCLEX-RN 25 ● Post- Anesthesia Care Unit/Recovery Room Nursing Care ● Post Op Complications/Nursing Interventions to Promote Health Maintenance, Prevent Complications ● HESI RN Case Study: Fluid Balance Review Questions #10 (Online) Take Fundamentals Specialty Exam (First Administration) ● Specialty Exam Fundamentals Competency Development Remediation (Needs to be completed prior to second administration if a score less than 78% was achieved on first attempt.) (Ticket to Test Required to take second administration SIMULATION Simulation Learning System(SLS) for RN 2.0 Fundamentals 12 Post-operative assessment and surgical site care Simulation Student Evaluation Week 14 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Fluid & Electrolytes and Acid/Base ● Location and Movement of Water & Electrolytes ● Fluid Volume Excess: S/S ● Fluid Volume Deficits: S/S ● Electrolyte Balance/Imbalance ● Types of IV Solutions, Effect ● interpreting Blood Gases ● Cause of Acid/Base Imbalance Reading: Fundamentals of Nursing: ● Chapter 42 Fluid, Electrolyte, and Acid-Base Balance Prepare for Final Exam (Chpt 14, 21, 27-29, 31-32, 39-42, 45-47 & 48-49) Assignments: Turn in: ● HESI RN Case Study: Fluid Balance Take Fundamentals Specialty Exam: Second Administration, if needed Lab Intravenous Therapy ● IV therapy: Priming IV tubing, IV infusion: Primary, ● Secondary, Infusion pump, IV-line management View: Video Clips on Canvas: Infection Control ● Preparation of a Sterile Field ● Sterile Gloving ● Pouring A Sterile Solution ● Using A Pre-Packaged Sterile Kit Participate in Skill Validations Review: Clinical Nursing Skills & Techniques, Skills Performance Checklists ● Chapter 8 Sterile Technique ● Chapter 38 Wound Care Chapter 39 Dressings, Bandages, and Binders Week 15 (CO: 1-7) Theory: Assignments: Final Exam Take Final Exam (Chpt 14, 21, 27-29, 31-32, Complete end of course 39-42, 45-47 & 48-49) evaluation (Online) The course syllabus is a general plan for the course; deviations may be necessary and will be announced. Individual instructor information is to be distributed at the beginning of the course.

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