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    • Introduction to Course- Nursing B21 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) A. Review program and course Required reading No clinical objectives for this section No clinical objectives for this section learning outcomes, 1. BC Student Handbook B. Review syllabus 2. BC ADN Handbook C. Discuss policies, expectations, 3. Nursing B20 Course syllabi and requirements of program and course
    • Unit I- PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-A Role of the Medical-Surgical Nurse) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define and identify the various • Ignatavicius- Chapter 1, pages 2. Demonstrate an understanding of • Describe activities associated roles of the Medical-Surgical 6-10 the roles and responsibilities of with the nurse’s responsibilities Nurse as a: Provider of Care, • Lecture/ Discussion the medical-surgical nurse, in as a: Provider of Care, Manager Manager of Care, and Member of • Evolve review questions clinical and simulated settings. of Care, Member of the the Profession. 3. Demonstrate the ability to act as Profession. 2. Describe the activities and Provider of Care, Manager of • Describe activities that the characteristics of the nurse as a Care, and Member of the medical-surgical nurse would be caregiver, educator, Profession as a Level 1 student. responsible for while caring for a communicator, leader, manager, client in an assigned case study and researcher. for this unit. 3. Identify how diversity affects the • Describe what challenges the Medical-Surgical Nurse medical-surgical nurse might 4. Discuss the guidelines for clinical encounter while caring for practice of the Medical-Surgical someone from a different culture nurse, including, standards, considering differences in: codes, and laws. 1. Language 2. Time 3. Territoriality 4. Family involvement
    • Unit I- PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-B Critical Thinking) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Discuss the attitudes, mental • Ignatavicius, Chapter 1 1. Demonstrate critical thinking in • Working in groups of 2- give an habits, skills necessary for critical • Lecture/ Discussion simulated situations and the explanation to your partner of thinking. • Evolve review questions clinical setting, as a Level 1 what it means to critically think 2. Discuss the relationship between student. and how that ability to critically critical thinking and the nursing think can impact the medical- process in client care. surgical nurse’s effectiveness. 3. Explain why critical thinking is • In same group of 2, discuss what an essential part of medical- evidenced based practice means surgical nursing. and what it’s relationship is to 4. Discuss the importance of critical thinking. evidenced-based practice and how it affects medical-surgical nursing practice.
    • Unit I PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-C Caring and Comfort) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review caring concepts from • Ignatavicius, Chapter 1, page 1. Demonstrate caring and comfort • Describe how the medical- Nursing Fundamentals. 9-10 (Review Fundamentals in the clinical setting. surgical nurse would demonstrate 2. Discuss the value of caring and chapter on caring) caring/ comfort when given a comfort to the medical-surgical • Lecture/ Discussion case study or simulation by client. • Evolve review questions instructor. • Discuss how caring and comforting might affect a client and their family. Consider the same situation when the nurse does not include caring and comfort in their care.
    • Unit I- PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-D Leadership in the Medical-Surgical Setting) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Differentiate between leadership • Leadership resource 1. Demonstrate the ability to work • Describe an effective team, who and management. • Lecture/ Discussion as a member of a team in a are the team members, what are 2. Discuss characteristics usually variety of assigned settings, their roles, how should they be found in effective leaders. including the skills laboratory. lead and how should they follow. 3. Demonstrate an understanding 2. Demonstrate the ability to work of the process of planning for as an integral part of a team by • Role play the role of a leader on a changes. actively participating in the medical-surgical floor, given a 4. Identify the obstacles to change planning and implementing of an scenario, you are to make the and explain the factors involved age appropriate activity in an assignments for the day (given in each obstacle. assigned setting. the information in the case study) 5. List guidelines for implementing change and for getting the desired results. 6. Discuss the differences between a team and a group. 7. Discuss the factors that shape and modify team behavior and response. 8. Identify how group process affects leadership functions. 9. Discuss how organizational philosophy, goals, and policy affect the emphasis and priorities in providing nursing care.
    • Unit I- PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-D Leadership in the Medical-Surgical Setting) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 10. Identify the importance of leadership in nursing and discuss the roles of nurse leaders. 11. Discuss major issues facing nursing. 12. Assess how the current political climate is affecting nursing practice. 13. Discuss delegation in nursing. 14. Identify tasks that the nurse might delegate and to whom the tasks might be delegated.
    • Unit I- PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-E Community Based Care) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the community based • Ignatavicius, Chapter 2 1. Identify a community based need * Given a case study, determine what delivery systems discussed • Lecture/ Discussion for an assigned medical-surgical community based resources might be Nursing Fundamentals, • Evolve review questions client, following their discharge appropriate and effective for the client including: from the acute facility. and their family. a. Ambulatory care b. Home care c. Long term care d. Transitional care e. Rehabilitative care f. Managed care 2. Discuss the collaborative management of clients with community based care including the components of: a. Age appropriate care and services b. Diagnostic and lab services c. Diversity d. Nutrition e. Pharmacological needs and services f. Safety concerns and resources g. Surgical and non-surgical needs
    • h. Teaching/ learning for the community based client. Unit I- PROFESSIONAL ISSUED AND NURSING PRACTICE (I-E Community Based Care) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 3. Identify appropriate nursing diagnoses and interventions for a given community based client (given a case study situation).
    • II BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL CONCEPTS RELATED TO HEATH CARE (II-A Communication Skills) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review therapeutic • Review of chapter in 1. Demonstrate therapeutic • Role play with a partner the communication skills from fundamentals book communication techniques in establishment of a therapeutic Nursing Fundamentals. simulated and clinical situations. relationship . One partner is 2. Demonstrate the ability to nurse, second partner is client. establish a therapeutic Include introduction, discussion relationship with their assigned of what the nurse will be doing, clients in the clinical setting. and discussion of client needs. 3. Verbalize and demonstrate ways to effectively communicate with • Work with a partner to list ways the client who has a hearing to work and communicate with a deficit, cognitive impairment, or client that has communication speech impairment (may be challenges. Role play a situation. simulated or in a clinical setting).
    • II BIOPSYCHOSOCIAL CONCEPTS RELATED TO HEATH CARE (II-B Pain) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define pain. • Ignatavicius, Chapter 7 1. Demonstrate the ability to assess • Perform a pain assessment 2. Describe the neural mechanisms • Lecture/ Discussion a client’s level of pain using an interview on a fellow student. of pain. • Evolve review questions objective pain scale and/or • List resources that might be 3. Define selected terms describing clinical indicators of pain. available in a clinical facility to pain and pain therapies. Internet resources: 2. Demonstrate the ability to assist clients with non- 4. Distinguish between pain • http://www.pain.com design and implement basic pharmacological pain relief threshold and pain tolerance. interventions to relieve or measures. 5. Describe the basic concept alleviate pain. • Create a care plan for a patient behind the gate control theory of with a nursing diagnosis of Pain pain. r/t abdominal incisional 6. Identify the major components of movement nursing focus when assessing pain. 7. Describe nursing interventions designed to relieve or alleviate pain. 8. List medical-surgical measures used to relieve pain. 9. Discuss legal and ethical issues related to pain management. 10. Discuss addiction issues related to pain management.
    • UNIT III PROBLEMS OF OXYGENATION (III-A Respiratory System) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 30 1. Identify equipment need to • Practice listening to breath sound physiology of the respiratory • Lecture/ Discussion connect a nasal cannula and face with a stethoscope on a partner system. • Evolve review questions and mask in a simulated or clinical and Vita-Sim man. 2. Explain the mechanics of respiratory resources (breath setting. • Teach the use of an incentive ventilation. sounds) 2. Demonstrate the ability to spirometer to a partner 3. Describe factors affecting connect a nasal cannula and • Identify in the skills lab the respiration. simple face mask as ordered by various oxygen supply devices 4. Identify specific topics to be the physician. and simulate connecting your considered during a health 3. Identify equipment needed to client to various oxygen supply history of a client experiencing a suction using any of the various devices problem with the respiratory methods of suctioning. • Do at least one respiratory case system. 4. Demonstrate the ability to do study in skills lab 5. Describe physical assessment oral, oropharyngeal and • Teach deep breathing/ coughing techniques for a focused nasopharyngeal suctioning in exercises to a partner respiratory system assessment. either a simulated or clinical • Perform a respiratory assessment 6. Identify clinical manifestations of setting. on a student partner or Vita-Sim an altered respiratory function. 5. Demonstrate the ability to man. Identify any abnormal 7. Describe the following diagnostic complete a Level 1 respiratory sounds. studies related to respiratory assessment either simulated or • Develop a teaching plan for a function: in the clinical setting. client who will be using oxygen a. Chest x-ray (CXR) at home. b. CT scan • Determine pulse oximeter reading c. Bronchoscopy on a partner. d. Throat Culture • In a real or simulated situation e. Sputum Culture perform the following respiratory f. Complete Blood Count (CBC) care procedures: g. Pulse oximetry
    • h. Peak expiratory flow rate Nasopharyngeal, oropharyngeal suctioning, UNIT III- PROBLEMS OF OXYGENATION III-A Respiratory System Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 8. Define and recognize the following artificial airways: a. Oral b. Nasopharyngeal airways c. Laryngomask airways (LMA) d. Tracheostomy e. Endotracheal tube (ETT) 9. Define and identify the following oxygen delivery systems: a. Nasal cannula b. Simple face mask c. Face mask d. Venturi mask e. Face tent f. Partial rebreather mask g. Non-rebreather mask 10. Identify various methods of suctioning including: oral, nasal, pharyngeal, and tracheal. 11. Define arterial blood gases 12. State normal arterial blood gas values 13. Identify 2 types of clients that might require monitoring of arterial blood gases.
    • UNIT III- PROBLEMS OF OXYGENATION (III-B Respiratory Disorders) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define atelectasis and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 34 pages 1. Complete a focused assessment • Simulated case study for client pneumonia and identify their 633-639 for the client experiencing with pneumonia in skills lab. etiologies • Lecture/ Discussion atelectasis or pneumonia, either May work in small groups. 2. Describe the pathophysiology of • Evolve review questions simulated or in the clinical • Identify potential signs and atelectasis and pneumonia. setting. symptoms of altered respiratory 3. Identify the clinical 2. Prepare and implement an function in the client with manifestations of atelectasis and appropriate Level 1 care plan for atelectasis or pneumonia. pneumonia. the client experiencing • Identify two nursing interventions 4. Identify potential complications atelectasis or pneumonia. for: in the medical- surgical client 3. As part of the care plan, identify 1. Improving gas exchange related to atelectasis and tasks that might be delegated to 2. Enhancing airway clearance pneumonia. a CNA or LVN while caring for 3. Monitoring for complications 5. Identify any nutritional needs the client with atelectasis or for clients experiencing pneumonia. atelectasis or pneumonia. 6. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing atelectasis or pneumonia, related to their age. 7. Identify specific laboratory and/ or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client who has atelectasis or pneumonia 8. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatment that might be used for clients with
    • atelectasis or pneumonia. 9. Discuss possible surgical and non surgical treatments for atelectasis or pneumonia. UNIT III- PROBLEMS OF OXYGENATION (III-B Respiratory Disorders) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 10. Identify any specific teaching/learning needs for clients/client’s families with atelectasis or pneumonia. 11. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for the client experiencing atelectasis or pneumonia. 12. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client with atelectasis or pneumonia. 13. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing atelectasis or pneumonia.
    • UNIT IV- PROBLEMS OF CARDIAC OUTPUT AND TISSUE PERFUSION (IV-A Cardiovascular System) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 36 1. Demonstrate the ability to • Utilizing VitaSim man listen to physiology of the cardiovascular • Lecture/ Discussion complete a Level 1 focused normal and abnormal heart system. • Evolve review questions and cardiovascular assessment, sounds 2. Describe factors affecting the cardiovascular resources such as either simulated or in the • Perform a cardiac assessment on cardiovascular system. heart sounds audio. clinical setting. your skills lab partner. 3. Identify specific topics to be 2. Return demonstrate Basic Life • Simulation for code blue considered during a health Support and maintain a valid activation history of a client experiencing a BLS card. problem with the cardiovascular 3. Activate code blue in the system. clinical setting when required. 4. Describe physical assessment techniques for a focused cardiovascular system assessment. 5. Identify clinical manifestations of an altered cardiovascular function. 6. Describe the following diagnostic studies related to cardiovascular function: a. Lipid panel 7. Describe the purpose of the crash cart. 8. Identify the essential components of a crash cart.
    • UNIT IV- PROBLEMS OF CARDIAC OUTPUT AND TISSUE PERFUSION (IV-B Cardiovascular Disorders) Page 1 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define essential and secondary • Ignatavicuius, Chapter 36, pages 1. Complete a focused assessment • Simulated case study for client hypertension, arteriosclerosis, and 690-91, Chapter 39, on the client experiencing with hypertension. atherosclerosis and identify their pages778-793, 812-816. hypertension arteriosclerosis, • Simulated case study for client etiologies. • Lecture/ Discussion atherosclerosis, or the various with peripheral venous disease. 2. Define, differentiate, identify the • Evolve review questions and peripheral venous diseases, • Work in small group and identify etiology of the various peripheral resources. either simulated or in the clinical modifiable and non-modifiable venous diseases, including: setting. risk factors for clients with phlebitis, thrombophlebitis 2. Prepare and implement a Level 1 hypertension. (superficial, DVT), and pulmonary care plan for the client • Work with a partner and prepare emboli. experiencing hypertension, a teaching plan for a client that 3. Describe the pathophysiology of arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, has hypertension. both types of hypertension, or the various venous diseases, ateriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, and when assigned. the various peripheral venous 3. As part of the care plan, identify diseases. tasks that might be delegated to a 4. Identify the clinical manifestations CNA or LVN while caring for of hypertension, arteriosclerosis, the client experiencing atherosclerosis, and the various hypertension, arteriosclerosis, peripheral venous diseases. atherosclerosis, or the various 5. Identify potential complications in peripheral venous diseases. the medical-surgical client related to hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, and the various peripheral venous diseases.
    • 6. Identify any nutritional needs for cllents experiencing hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases. UNIT IV- PROBLEMS OF CARDIAC OUTPUT AND TISSUE PERFUSION (IV-B Cardiovascular Disorders) Page 2 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 7. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, and the various peripheral venous diseases, related to their age. 8. Identify specific laboratory and/or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client who has hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases. 9. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatments that might be used for the client who has hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases. 10. Discuss possible surgical and non-surgical treatments for hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases.
    • 11 Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for the client/ client’s family who has hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous disease. Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 12. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for the client experiencing hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases. 13. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client with hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases. 14. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing hypertension, arteriosclerosis, atherosclerosis, or the various peripheral venous diseases.
    • UNIT V- PROBLEMS OF HEMATOLOGICAL SYSTEM (V-A Hematological System) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 42 1. Complete a focused assessment • Identify and list critical physiology of the hematological • Lecture/ Discussion on the client experiencing components of a focused system. • Evolve review questions and anemia, either simulated or in assessment for the client 2. Describe factors affecting the resources the clinical setting. experiencing problems of the hematological system. hematologic system. 3. Identify specific topics to • Identify the major components of considered during a health a CBC, review common causes of history of a client experiencing a abnormal readings (utilize your problem with the hematological lab diagnostic book) system. 4. Describe physical assessment techniques for a focused hematological system assessment. 5. Identify clinical manifestations of altered hematological function. 6. Describe the following diagnostic study related to hematological function: a. Complete Blood Count
    • UNIT V- PROBLEMS OF HEMATOLOGICAL SYSTEM (V-B Hematological Disorders) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define anemia and list the • Ignatavicius, Chapter 43, pages 1. Prepare and implement a Level 1 • Case study for client causes of anemia. 887- 895 care plan for the client experiencing anemia, prepare to 2. Identify the etiology of the • Lecture/ Discussion experiencing anemia, as assigned. look up lab values. various anemias • Evolve review questions 2. As part of the care plan, identify 3. Describe the pathophysiology of tasks that might be delegated to a the various anemia. CNA or LVN while caring for 4. Identify the clinical the client experiencing anemia. manifestations of anemia. 5. Identify potential complications in the medical- surgical client related to anemia. 6. Identify any nutritional needs for clients experiencing anemia 7. Identify diversity concerns for clients at risk of anemia. 8. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing anemia, related to their age. 9. Identify specific laboratory and/ or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client who has anemia
    • UNIT V- PROBLEMS OF HEMATOLOGICAL SYSTEM (V-B Hematological Disorders) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 10. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatment tht might be used for clients with anemia. 11. Discuss possible treatments for clients with anemia. 12. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients/ client’s families with anemia. 13. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for the client experiencing anemia. 14. Identify actual and/ or risk diagnoses for the client with anemia. 15. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing anemia.
    • UNIT VI- PROBLEMS OF MOBILITY, SENSATION, AND COGNITION (VI-A Altered Senses) Page 1 of 4 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius Chapters 49,50,51, 1. Complete an assessment, physiology of the eye, ear, nose, & 52. Also pages 524-525, including health history, of the throat and sinuses. 629-630 eyes, ears, and nose either 2. Describe terminology associated • Lecture/ Discussion simulated or in the clinical with the eye including: • Evolve review questions setting. a. Emmetropia 2. Complete a focused assessment, b. Accommodation including health history, on the c. Myopia client experiencing altered d. Hyperopia sensation either simulated or in e. Presbyopia the clinical setting. f. Astigmatism 3. Prepare and implement a care g. Diplopia plan for the client with altered h. Photophobia sensation: hearing, vision, or i. Pupil smell. j. Mydriasis k. Miosis l. Anisocoria m. Dyscoria 3. Describe physiological changes associated with aging including: a. Visual changes b. Cataract removals and lens implants
    • c. Hearing d. Smell 4. Identify clinical manifestations of an altered eye exam. 5. Identify related nursing diagnoses for the client with altered sensation: vision. UNIT VI- PROBLEMS OF MOBILITY, SENSATION, AND COGNITION (VI-A Altered Senses) Page 2 of 4 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 6. Identify clinical manifestations of altered function of the ears, including: presbycusis and Meniere’s disease. 7. Identify related nursing diagnoses for the client with altered senses: hearing. 8. Identify clinical manifestations of altered function of the nose including: epitaxis, rhinitis, and influenza. 9. Identify related nursing diagnoses for the client with altered sensation: smell. 10. Define glaucoma, cataract, and retinal detachment and identify the etiologies. 11. Describe the pathophysiology of glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal detachment. 12. Identify the clinical manifestations of glaucoma,
    • cataracts, and retinal detachment. 13. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client related to glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal detachment. UNIT VI- PROBLEMS OF MOBILITY, SENSATION, AND COGNITION (VI-A Altered Senses) Page 3 of 4 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 14. Discuss the collaborative management for the client with glaucoma, cataracts, and retinal detachment including: a. Age appropriate carte b. Diagnostic/ lab studies c. Nutrition concerns/ needs d. Pharmacological treatment e. Safety issues f. Surgical/ non-surgical treatments g. Teaching/ learning needs h. Related nursing diagnoses/ interventions 15. Define sinusitis and identify the etioilogy 16. Describe the pathphysiology of sinusitis 17. Identify the clinical manifestations of sinusitis. 18. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client
    • related to sinusitis UNIT VI- PROBLEMS OF MOBILITY, SENSATION, AND COGNITION (VI-A Altered Senses) Page 4 of 4 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 19. Discuss the collaborative management for the client with sinusitis including: a. Diagnostic/ lab studies b. Nutrition concerns/ needs c. Pharmacological treatment d. Safety issues e. Surgical/ non-surgical treatments f. Teaching/ learning needs g. Related nursing diagnoses/ interventions.
    • UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-A Gastrointestinal System) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 56 1. Obtain a health history focused physiology of the gastrointestinal • Lecture/ Discussion on the gastrointestinal system. system • Evolve review questions 2. Demonstrate physical 2. Obtain a health history focused assessment techniques for a on the gastrointestinal system focused assessment of the 3. Demonstrate physical assessment gastrointestinal system. techniques for a focused 3. As a part of the care plan, assessment of the gastrointestinal identify tasks that might be system. delegated to a CNA or LVN 4. Identify clinical manifestations of while caring for a client altered gastrointestinal function. experiencing an alteration in 5. Identify related Nursing gastrointestinal function. Diagnoses for the client with altered gastrointestinal function. 6. Describe the following diagnostic studies for the client with altered gastrointestinal function: i. Radiographic ii. Endoscopic
    • UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-B Oral Cavity Disorders- Stomatitis, Mucositis, Oral Tumors) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define stomatitis, mucositis, and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 57 oral tumors and identify their • Lecture/ Discussion etiologies. • Evolve review questions 2. Describe the pathophysiology of stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. 3. Identify the clinical manifestations of stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. 4. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client related to stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. 5. Identify any nutritional needs for clients experiencing stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. 6. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatment that might be used for clients with stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. 7. Discuss possible surgical and
    • non-surgical treatments for stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. 8. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for client’s/ client’s families with stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors. UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-B Oral Cavity Disorders- Stomatitis, Mucositis, Oral Tumors) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 9. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client with stomatitis, mucosiitis, and oral tumors. 10. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing stomatitis, mucositis, and oral tumors.
    • UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-C Esophageal Disorders) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define esophagitis, diverticula, • Ignatavicius, Chapter 58 pages and achalasia, and identify their 1273-1274, 1280-1281 etiologies. • Lecture/ Discussion 2. Describe the pathophysiology of • Evolve review questions esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis. 3. Identify the clinical manifestations of esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis. 4. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client related to esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis. 5. Identify any nutritional needs for clients experiencing esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis. 6. Identify specific laboratory and/or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client who has esophagitis, diverticula, or achalasis. 7. Identify any specific
    • pharmacologic treatments that might be used for clients with esophagitis, diverticula, or achalasis. UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-C Esophageal Disorders) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 8. Discuss possible surgical and non-surgical treatments for esophagitis, diverticula, or achalasia. 9. Identify any specific teachng/ learning needs for clients/ client’s families with esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis. 10. Identify actual and/ or risk diagnoses for clients with esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis. 11. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for clients experiencing esophagitis, diverticula, and achalasis.
    • UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-D Gastrointestinal Disorders) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define GERD, gastritis, and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 58 pages 1. Complete a focused assessment Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) 1260-1265, Chapter 59, pages on the client experiencing GERD, and identify their etiologies. 1283-1287 Chapter 60, pages gastritis, or Irritable Bowel 2. Describe the pathophsiology of 1312-1315. Syndrome (IBS), as assigned. GERD, gastritis, and Irritable • Lecture/ Discussion 2. Prepare a level 1 care plan for a Bowel Syndrome (IBS). • Evolve review questions client with GERD, gastritis, or 3. Identify the clinical Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). manifestations of GERD, 3. As a part of the care plan, gastritis, and Irritable Bowel identify tasks that might be Syndrome (IBS). delegated to a CNA or LVN 4. Identify potential complications while caring for a client in the medical-surgical client experiencing an alteration in related to GERD, gastritis, and gastrointestinal function. Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 5. Identify any nutritional needs for clients experiencing GERD, gastritis, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 6. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing GERD, gastritis, and Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS), related to age.
    • 7. Identify specific laboratory and/or diagnostic tets that might be used for the client who has GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). UNIT VII- PROBLEMS OF DIGESTION, NUTRITION, AND ELIMINATION (VII-D Gastrointestinal Disorders) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 8. Identify any specific pharmacological treatment that might be used fr clients with GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 9. Discuss possible surgical and non-surgical treatments for GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 10. Identify any specific teaching/ leaning needs for clients/ client’s families with GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 11. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for the client experiencing GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). 12. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client with GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).
    • 13. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing GERD, gastritis, or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS). UNIT VIII- PROBLEMS OF REGULATION AND METABOLISM VIII-A Endocrine System) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 65 1. Obtain a health history focused physiology of the endocrine • Lecture/ Discussion on the endocrine system. system • Evolve review questions 2. Demonstrate physical assessment 2. Obtain a health history focused techniques for a focused on the endocrine system assessment of the endocrine 3. Describe physical assessment system. techniques for a focused assessment of the endocrine system 4. Identify clinical manifestations of an altered endocrine system. 5. Identify nursing diagnoses for a client with altered endocrine system. 6. Describe diagnostic tests that assess endocrine function including: a. Serum glucose b. Stimulation/ Suppression tests c. Assays d. Urine tests
    • e. Radiographic exams f. Biopsies UNIT VIII- PROBLEMS OF REGULATION AND METABOLISM (VIII-B Diabetes Mellitus) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define diabetes mellitus and • Ignatavicius- Chapter 68 1. Complete a focused assessment give it’s etiology • Lecture/ Discussion on the client experiencing 2. Describe the pathophysiology of • Evolve review questions diabetes. diabetes 2. Prepare a Level 1 care plan for a 3. Identify the clinical client with diabetes. manifestations of the following: 3. As part of the care plan, identify 1. Type I diabetes tasks that might be delegated to 2. Type II diabetes a CNA or LVN while caring for 3. Hyperglycemia a client experiencing diabetes 4. Hypoglycemia and complications related to 4. List and describe the following diabetes. micro/ macro vascular complications: 1. Angiopathy 2. Retinopathy 3. Nephropathy 4. Foot/ leg complications 5. Integumetnary system problems 6. Infections 5. Identify any nutritional needs for clients with diabetes.
    • 6. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing diabetes, related to age. 7. Identify specific laboratory and/ or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client who has diabetes. UNITV VIII- PROBLEMS OF REGULATION AND METABOLISM (VIII-B Diabetes Mellitus) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 8. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatment that might be used for clients with diabetes. 9. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients/ client’s families with diabetes. 10. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for the client with diabetes. 11. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client with diabetes. 12. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing diabetes.
    • UNIT IX- PROBLEMS OF EXCRETION (IX-A Renal System) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 72 1. Obtain a health history focused physiology of the renal system • Lecture/ Discussion on the renal system. 2. Define the following terms • Evolve review questions 2. Demonstrate physical related to the renal system: assessment techniques for a a. Dysuria focused assessment of the renal b. Frequency system. c. Oliguria d. Polyuria e. Urgency f. Nocturia g. Hesitancy h. Anuria i. Albuminuria j. Hematuria k. Urinary retention l. Residual urine 3. Obtain a health history focused on the renal system 4. Describe physical assessment
    • techniques for a focused assessment of the renal system 5. Identify clinical manifestations of an altered renal system. UNIT IX- PROBLEMS OF EXCRETION (IX-A Renal System) Page 2 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 6. Describe diagnostic/ laboratory tests that assess renal function including: a. BUN b. Creatinine c. Urinalysis d. Culture and sensitivity e. IVP f. Cystoscopy g. Rapid tests for bacteria h. Gram Stain i. Urine culture and sensitivity j. WBC with differential 7. Describe complications of altered elimination.
    • UNIT IX- PROBLEMS OF EXCRETION (IX-B Renal Disorders) Page 1 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define 6 types of incontinence • Ignataviciuis- Chapter 73 pages 1. Complete a focused assessment and their etiologies. 1677- 1696, Chapter 74 pages on the client experiencing 2. Describe the pathophysiology of 1712-1715 urinary incontinence, cystitis, the 6 types of incontinence. • Lecture/ Discussion urethritis, or pyelonephritis, as 3. Identify the clinical • Evolve review questions assigned. manifestations of the 6 types of 2. Prepare a Level 1 care plan for a incontinence. client with experiencing urinary 4. Describe bladder training incontinence, cystitis, urethritis, techniques for clients with or pyelonephritis incontinence. 3. As part of the care plan, identify 5. Identify specific laboratory and/ tasks that might be delegated to or diagnostic tests that might be a CNA or LVN while caring for used for the client experiencing a client experiencing urinary urinary incontinence. incontinence, cystitis, urethritis, 6. Identify any specific or pyelonephritis pharmacologic treatment that
    • might be used for the client experiencing urinary incontinence. 7. Discuss possible surgical and non-surgical treatments for urinary incontinence. 8. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients/ client’s families with urinary incontinence. UNIT IX- PROBLEMS OF EXCRETION (IX-B Renal Disorders) Page 2 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 9. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses or the client with urinary incontinence. 10. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing urinary incontinence. 11. Define cystitis, urethritis, pyelonephritis and their etiologies. 12. Describe the patophysiology of cystitis, urethritis, amd pyelonephritis. 13. Identify the clinical manifestations of cystitis, urethritis, and pyelonephritis. 14. Identify possible complications related to the renal disorders of cystitis, urethritis, and
    • pyelonephritis. 15. Identify any nutritional needs for clients experiencing cystitis, urethritis, or pyelonephritis. 16. Identify specific laboratory and/or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client experiencing cystitis, urethritis, or pyelonephritis. UNIT IX- PROBLEMS OF EXCRETION (IX-B Renal Disorders) Page 3 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 17. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatment that might be used for the client experiencing cystitis, urethritis, or pyelonephritis. 18. Identify any specific teachng/ learning needs for clients/ client’s families with cystitis, urethritis, or pyelonephritis. 19. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client with cystitis, urethritis, or pyelonephritis. 20. Describe appropriate nusing interventions for the client experiencing cystitis, urethritis, or pyelonephritis.
    • UNIT X PROBLEMS OF NEUROLOGICAL FUNCTION (X-A Neurological System) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and • Ignatavicius, Chapter 44 1. Obtain a health history focused physiology of the neurological • Lecture/ Discussion on the neurological system. system • Evolve review questions 2. Demonstrate physical 2. Obtain a health history focused assessment techniques for a on the neurological system focused assessment of the 3. Describe physical assessment neurological system. techniques for a focused assessment of the neurological system 4. Identify clinical manifestations of an altered neurological system. 5. Identify nursing diagnoses for a client with altered neurological system. 6. Describe diagnostic tests that assess endocrine function including: a. Serum glucose b. Stimulation/ Suppression
    • tests c. Assays d. Urine tests e. Radiographic exams f. Biopsies UNIT X- PROBLEMS OF NEUROLOGICAL FUNCTION (X-B Disorders of the Neurological System) Page 1 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. List the various types of • Ignatavicius- Chapter 45 pages 1. Identify clinical manifestations of headaches and identify the 947-950, Chapter 48 pages a CVA, given a simulated case etiology of each type of 1027-1035, Chapter 45 pages study or an assigned client. headache. 959- 974. 2. Complete a focused assessment 2. Describe the pathophysiology of • Lecture/ Discussion on the client experiencing the various headaches. • Evolve review questions Alzheimers, Parkinsons, or 3. Identify the clinical Huntington’s Chorea, as manifestations of the various assigned. headsaches. 3. Prepare a Level 1 care plan for a 4. Identify any specific client with Alzheimers, pharmacologic treatment that Parkinsons, or Huntington’s might be used for clients with Chorea. headaches of various types. 4. As part of the care plan, identify 5. Identify actual and/or risk tasks that might be delegated to a diagnoses for the client with a CNA or LVN while caring for a complaint of headache. client experiencing a CVA, 6. Describe appropriate nursing Alzheimers, Parkinsons, or interventions for the client Huntington’s Chorea. experiencing a headache.
    • 7. Define embolic and hemorrhapic cerebrovascular accidents and give their etiologies. 8. Describe the pathophysiology of embolic and hemorrhagic CVAs. 9. Identify the clinical manifestations of embolic and hemorrhagic CVAs. UNIT X- PROBLEMS OF NEUROLOGICAL FUNCTION (X-B Disorders of the Neurological System) Page 2 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 10. Identify and define selected terminiology related to CVAs. 11. Define Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea and the various stages of the diseases. 12. Describe the pathophysiology of Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 13. Identify the clinical manifestations of Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 14. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client related to Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 15. Identify any nutritional needs for clients with Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea.
    • 16. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea, relate to age. 17. Identify specific laboratory and/or diagnostic tests that might be used for the client with Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. UNIT X- PROBLEMS OF NEUROLOGICAL FUNCTION (X-B Disorders of the Neurological System) Page 3 of 3 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 18. Identify any specific pharmacologic treatment that might be used for clients with Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 19. Discuss any other possible treatments for the client with Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 20. Identify any specific teaching/learning needs for clients/ client’s families with Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 21. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for the client experiencing Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 22. Identify actual and/or risk
    • diagnoses for the client with Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. 23. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing Alzheimers, Parkinsons, and Huntington’s Chorea. UNIT XI- FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, AND ACID-BASE IMBALANCES (XI-A Problems of Fluids and Electrolytes) Page 1 of 2 Column II Column III Column IV Column I Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review and discuss functions • Ignatavicius, Chapter 14 and 15 1. Obtain a health history focused and regulatory mechanisms to • Lecture/ Discussion on the fluids and electrolytes. maintain water and electrolyte • Evolve review questions 2. Complete a focused assessment balance. on the client experiencing fluid 2. Define fluid volume excess and volume excess and deficit, as deficit and identify their assigned. etiologies. 3. Prepare a Level 1 car plan for a 3. Describe the patho-physiology client with fluid volume excess of fluid volume excess and and deficit, as assigned. deficit. 4. As part of the care plan, identify 4. Identify the clinical tasks that might be delegated to manifestations of fluid volume a CNA or LVN while caring for excess and deficit. a client experiencing fluid 5. Identify potential complications volume excess and deficit. in the medical- surgical client related to fluid volume excess and deficit. 6. Identify any nutritional needs
    • for clients experiencing fluid volume excess and deficit. 7. Discuss any concerns for the clients experiencing fluid volume excess and deficit related to their age. 8. Identify specific pharmacologic treatment that might be used for clients with fluid volume excess and deficit. UNIT XI- FLUID, ELECTROLYTE, AND ACID-BASE IMBALANCES (XI-A Problems of Fluids and Electrolytes) Page 1 of 2 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 9. Discuss other possible treatments for the client experiencing fluid volume excess and deficit. 10. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients/ client’s families with fluid volume excess and deficit. 11. Discus any safety concerns that need to be addressed fro the client experiencing fluid volume excess and deficit. 12. Identify actual and /or risk diagnoses for the client with fluid volume excess and deficit. 13. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client experiencing fluid volume excess and deficit.
    • UNIT XII- PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION (XII-A Immune and Integumentary Systems) Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Review the anatomy and Skin disorders: 1. Obtain a health history focused physiology of the immune and on the immune and integumentary systems • Ignatavicius, Chapter 69 integumentary systems. 2. Obtain a health health history • Lecture/ Discussion 2. Demonstrate physical focused on the immune and • Evolve review questions assessment techniques for a integumentary systems. focused assessment of the 3. Describe physical assessment integumentary system. techniques for a focused Immune disorders: assessment of the immune and integumentary systems. • Ignatavicius, Chapter 23 4. Identify clinical manifest-ations • Lecture/ Discussion of an altered immune and/ or • Evolve review questions integumentary system. 5. Identify nursing diagnoses for a client with altered immunological and/ or
    • integumentary system. UNIT XII- PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION (XII-B Protective Disorders) Page 1 of 5 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 1. Define HIV and identify the Objectives 1-12 1. Complete a focused assessment etiology. on the client experiencing HIV, 2. Describe the pathophysiology of • Ignatavicius, Chapter 25, pages pressure ulcers, and/or an HIV, 423-448 infection of the integumentary 3. Identify the clinical manifesta- • Lecture/ Discussion system, as assigned. tions of HIV. • Evolve review questions 2. Prepare a Level 1 care plan for a 4. Identify potential complications client with HIV, pressure ulcers, in the medical-surgical client and/or an infection of the related to HIV. Objectives 13-37 integumentary system, as 5. Identify any nutritional needs for assigned. clients who are HIV positive. • Ignatavicius, Chapter 70, pages 3. As part of the care plan, identify 6. Identify specific laboratory 1575- 1599 tasks that might be delegated to and/or diagnostic tests that might • Lecture/ Discussion a CNA or LVN while caring for be used for the client who is HIV • Evolve review questions a client experiencing HIV, positive. pressure ulcers, and/or an 7. Identify any specific pharma- infection of the integumentary cologic treatment that might be system. used to treat clients who are HIV positive.
    • 8. Discuss any other possible treat- ments for the client who is HIV positive. 9. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients who are HIV positive. UNIT XII- PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION (XII-B Protective Disorders) Page 2 of 5 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 10. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for clients/ client’s families who are HIV positive. 11. Identify actual and/ or risk diagnoses for the client who is HIV positive. 12. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for the client who is HIV positive. 13. Define pressure ulcers and identify the etiology. 14. Describe the pathophysiology of pressure ulcers. 15. Identify the clinical manifes- tations of pressure ulcers. 16. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client related to pressure ulcers.
    • 17. Identify any nutritional needs for clients who have a pressure ulcer. 18. Identify specific laboratory and/ or diagnostic tests that might be used for clients who have a pressure ulcer. 19. Identify any specific pharmaco- logic treatment that might be used to treat clients who have a pressure ulcer. UNIT XII- PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION (XII-B Protective Disorders) Page 3 of 5 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 20. Discuss possible surgical and non- surgical treatments for clients with a pressure ulcer. 21. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients who have a pressure ulcer. 22. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for clients/ client’s families who have a pressure ulcer. 23. Discuss any concerns for the client with a pressure ulcer related to their age. 24. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for the client who has a pressure ulcer. 25. Describe appropriate nursing
    • interventions for the client who has a pressure ulcer. 26. Identify the etiology of various integumentary infections (bacterial, fungal parasitic, and viral). 27. Describe the pathophysiology of various integumentary infections. 28. Identify the clinical manifestations of various integumentary infections. UNIT XII- PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION (XII-B Protective Disorders) Page 4 of 5 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 29. Identify potential complications in the medical-surgical client related to integumentary infections. 30. Identify any nutritional needs for clients who are experiencing an integumentary infection. 31. Identify specific laboratory and/ or diagnostic tests that might be used for clients who are experi- enceing an integumentary infection. 32. Identify any specific pharma- cologic treatment that might be used to treat clients who are experiencing an integumentary infection. 33. Discuss possible surgical and non-surgical treatments for
    • clients who are experiencing an integumentary infection. 34. Identify any specific teaching/ learning needs for clients who are experiencing an integumentary infection. 35. Discuss any safety concerns that need to be addressed for clients/ client’s families who are experiencing an integumentary infection. UNIT XII- PROBLEMS OF PROTECTION (XII-B Protective Disorders) Page 4 of 5 Column I Column II Column III Column IV Theory Objectives Suggested Learning Activities Clinical Objectives Clinical Activities (Expected competencies/ skills) 36. Identify actual and/or risk diagnoses for clients who are experiencing an integumentary infection. 37. Describe appropriate nursing interventions for clients who are experiencing an integumentary infection.