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2019 Summer Undergrad1
NUR 260/Laboratory/S1L1 - Basic Clinical Pharmacology for Nursing | Credits 0.00
NUR 260 Basic Clinical Pharmacology for Nursing Practice. This course has theoretical and laboratory components. The course examines mechanisms of drug action, indications and contraindications of drug therapy, nursing interventions related to dosage, and therapeutic effects as well as toxic and expected side effects of various medications. Effects of drug therapy on health promotion, health maintenance, and restoration will be explored. Current nursing and related scientific research in medication administration will be discussed in relation to current practice. Emphasis will focus on the care of clients receiving medication across the lifespan and in culturally and socioeconomically diverse settings. Techniques involved in the calculation of drug dosages, regulation and maintenance of controlled substances, I.V. therapy, and administration of medications in parenteral and non-parenteral forms are presented and practiced. Professional issues related to the role of the professional nurse in medication administration are explored. Prerequisites: NUR 130, NUR 190, BIO 210, BIO 211, CHE 110 and CHE 115. 4 Semester Hours.

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Registration Type Traditional
Fees N/A
Instructors Dorris, Sara E
Duration 5/20/2019 - 7/3/2019
Schedule R  7:00 AM - 2:30 PM;  Univ of Mount Union, Gallaher Health & Medical Sciences Building, Room 221
Prerequisites N/A
Corequisites NUR 260 / Lecture
Credit Types Audit Credit Honors Satisfactory/ Unsat Variable
Class 10 Seats | 3 Remaining
Open (Target Met)

Primary population and other student populations allowed to register for this course:
 Primary Population# Others Allowed# Others Registered
Campus  University of Mount Union100
Program  Undergraduate107
College  Univ of Mount Union100
Department  Nursing100