Courses > NUR132 - Complex Medical/Surgical Nursing II
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Nursing theory of clients with high-risk, complex, critical care health problems and/or mental health issues. Students will study the nursing process related to care of patients with multi-system disorders, unstable medical conditions, critical health care disorders and mental health diagnoses. An emphasis is on pathophysiology, complex nursing process issues, and professional roles. Supervised clinical experience in health and community settings is included.
4 hours lecture 12 hours labratory
Credit course taken for grade or for credit/no credit