At the end of the course the student will know how to identify and respond to the person's nursing care needs, using the assistance process and the tools of Documentazionedell ' nursing assistance, in the field of the general medicine
know the elements that characterize the professional responsibility in the management of the sanitary documentation know the methodology of the elaboration of nursing plans by applying the conceptual model of Reference know the elements that characterize professional responsibility in the management of drug therapy.
To know the scientific assumptions, criteria and modalities of administration of the therapeutic procedures elaboration of nursing care plans in relation to certain pathologiesof general medicne
Nursing care models.
The nursing care plan
Apply the phases of the nursing process: collection and classification of data; Identification of the need for nursing care identification of the need for nursing/nursing diagnosis-collaborative problem; formulation of objectives; Choice and implementation of nursing actions; Evaluation
Nursing diagnoses: taxonomy and classification
Nursing care plans for some clinical pictures of internal medicine
Ischemic heart disease – Angina Pectoris-IMA
Renal failure ..
Aspects related to Drug Administration
Procurement and preservation of medicines; The constituent elements of a prescription of drugs;
Legislation related to: defective and/or imperfect drugs, sample medications, narcotic drugs; Prescription at Need
Preparation for the administration of medications: calculation of dosage and prevention of errors in administration.
Calculation of the speed of the infusion therapy according to the different pharmacokinetic formulas-routes of administration of the drugs and related procedures: oral; Parenteral (intramuscular, intradermal, subcutaneous and intravenous injections); Topical (percutaneous, transmucosal) systemic and local complications related to infusion therapy
Legislation related to blood transfusion and blood. The transfusion process
Patient care with pain and end of life
The main theories related to the transmission of pain
• Assessment of pain and behavioural responses
• Types of pain (cardiac, thoracic, pericardial, esophageal pain, etc.)
• Pain evaluation and semantic scales
• Pain therapy (pharmacological and not, with specific areas of nursing intervention)
Preparation and composition of the body
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Basic principles of nursing care - Volume 1-2 , Casa Editrice Ambrosiana
Sironi-Baccin - Procedures for nursing care - Masson Editore.