Nursing studies 252

Modulekode NUR 252
Kwalifikasie Undergraduate
Fakulteit Faculty of Health Sciences

Surgical nursing science.
Comprehensive perioperative nursing of patients with common surgical health problems of injuries related to the musculo-skeletal, neurological, gastro-intestinal and respiratory system, the eye and reproductive health. Relevant assessment skills. Soft tissue injuries, surgical wounds and wound care techniques: wounds and wound healing, relevant assessment skills, aseptic wound care procedures (principles and techniques), modern wound care products and evidence-based practice, traumatic wounds (including burn trauma) and chronic wounds. Applied human nutrition. Inflammation, infection and necrosis.
NB: Only selected BCur students may register for this module.

Modulekrediete 11.00
NQF Level 06
Prerequisites NUR 151,NUR 152,NUR 153,NUR 154,DNP 151,DNP 152,DNP 153,DNP 154,NPE 161,NPE 162,CIL 111 and 121 or AIM 101 or AIM 111 and 121 EOT 110 and 120 or ELH 121 and 122
Language of tuition Module is presented in English
Department Nursing Science
Period of presentation Quarter 2

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