At the end of the module, the student will develop the cognitive, clinical and communicative judgment skills, the requirements for taking charge of the person with greeting problems who will attend to urological competence, in an election and urgency regime, selected according to their relevance epidemiological and exemplary. It will also acquire knowledge on urological problems, regarding etiopathogenesis, epidemiology (in particular advanced advanced) and clinical aspects, and primary and secondary prevention, with elements that allow cultural and operational sharing of the use of technologies. in the diagnostic-therapeutic path. Problems treated: Urinary tract infections, Pathophysiology of urination (bladder filling and emptying problems), urological neoplasms, general post-operative management of the patient Urological short and long term. With respect to the selected clinical conditions of surgical interest, the student must be able to: Acquire notions on the surgical and endoscopic procedures of: Kidney, upper urinary tract, blisters, and prostate. Identify the main problems of the person undergoing surgery in the perioperative phase such as: management of cystoclysis, management of the catheter, management of urostomies, support for functional and rehabilitation recovery and the related nursing interventions, all based on scientific evidence. Furthermore, he must be able to identify educational interventions aimed at people who must face treatment at home or continue the authorization of the disease.
F. Porpiglia, I edizione (2015), Minerva Medica Editore