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NUR114Perfusion-HTN

Course Number: NUR 114, Fall 2009

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NUR 114 Perfusion: HTN Description: The module is on the concept of perfusion and will focus on: Review of normal cardiopulmonary status and peripheral vascular return Risk Factors for hypertension Means of managing hypertension with or without co-morbidities Exemplar: HTN Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to: 1. Relate the physiological processes involved in hypertension....

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114 NUR Perfusion: HTN Description: The module is on the concept of perfusion and will focus on: Review of normal cardiopulmonary status and peripheral vascular return Risk Factors for hypertension Means of managing hypertension with or without co-morbidities Exemplar: HTN Learning Outcomes: Upon completion of this module, the student will be able to: 1. Relate the physiological processes involved in hypertension. 2. Assess the client's peripheral vascular status and risk factors for hypertension through the health history and physical exam. 3. Analyze diagnostic and laboratory tests to determine if the client has acute and/or chronic hypertension. 4. Apply the nursing process in providing evidence based, culturally competent caring interventions across the lifespan for clients hypertension. with 5. Collaborate with other disciplines to develop and implement client teaching to hypertension and its complications. Learning Resources: Text: Nursing Program Text Websites: http://www.cdc.gov/nchs/fastats/hyprtens.htm www.webmd.com/hypertension-high-blood-pressure/guide/blood-pressure-basics Evidence based article: http://www.emedicine.com/MED/topic1106.htm Computer Work: www.softwarefornurses.com Adult Health: Peripheral vascular Health P...

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