Bachelor's degree in Nursing (to qualify as a nurse) (Trento)

Bachelor's degree in Nursing (to qualify as a nurse) (Trento)

Pathophysiology applied at Nursing - INFERMIERISTICA CLINICA (2017/2018)

Course code
4S000090
Credits
3
Academic sector
MED/45 - NURSING
Language of instruction
Italian
Location
TRENTO

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Teaching is organised as follows:
Activity Credits Period Academic staff
Infermieristica clinica 1 1 INF TN - 1° anno 2° sem Anita Bevilacqua
Infermieristica clinica 2 2 INF TN - 1° anno 2° sem Alessandra Magotti

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Learning outcomes

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MM: Infermieristica clinica 1
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The Clinical Nursing I and II course aims to provide students with basic and clinical care content and methodology regarding the areas of need of the assisted person and primary nursing care. In particular, identifying, assessing needs and problems arising from basic function deficiencies, planning and implementation of evaluation work. It is also proposed to develop in the student an approach oriented to the definition of problems, to the choice of interventions for the prevention and management of changes in respiratory function and elimination, to the detection and multidimensional assessment of pain. Teaching methods will be preferred during the teaching process, associated with moments of application of the content treated to help situations (guided exercises, video projections, clinical case analysis, testimony readings to analyze and reflect upon perceptions and needs of patients and family).
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MM: Infermieristica clinica 2
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The Clinical Nursing I and II course aims to provide students with basic and clinical care content and methodology regarding the areas of need of the assisted person and primary nursing care. In particular, identifying, assessing needs and problems arising from basic function deficiencies, planning and implementation of evaluation work. Teaching methods will be preferred during the teaching process, associated with moments of application of the content treated to help situations (guided exercises, video projections, clinical case analysis, testimony readings to analyze and reflect upon perceptions and needs of patients and family).

Syllabus

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MM: Infermieristica clinica 1
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MM: Clinical nursing 1 Breathing General assessment and definition of major alterations Hypoxia, dyspnoea, cyanosis, cough, hematoma, bronchial, sputum and orthopedic obstruction A) Assessment of breathing B) Basic interventions to promote respiration and mucus clarence (postural change, humidification, effective cough, position) Oxygen therapy (in hospital and long-term). Pain A) pain patterns (acute, postoperative, oncological, chronic - recurrent, breakthrough pain) B) Classification of pain based on etiopathogenesis and localization C) Achieving chronic and acute pain: guiding principles, assessing pain size, measuring instruments (NRS, VAS, multidimensional) D) pain from diagnostic / therapeutic and relief procedures E) non-pharmacological interventions Source: Saiani L., Brugnolli A., (2014). Treatise for Nursing Care. Napoli: Idelson Gnocchi Publishing House, Sorbona Chapters 17 and 24. Depending on the topics discussed, some articles may be proposed that will be suggested by the lecturer during the lessons.
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MM: Infermieristica clinica 2
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Body care and nursing management of the self-care deficit. Urinary elimination: nursing assessment and management. Particular focus will be on urinary incontinence, urinary retention and bladder catheter. Objective Examination: methodology and content about data observation, normality indicators, interpretation and main changes. The focus will be on the following devices or organs: head and neuromotor, chest, cardio-respiratory and vascular system, tegumentary and abdomen

Assessment methods and criteria

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MM: Infermieristica clinica 1
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The evaluation of the course will be carried out both in written form with short-term open questions where it is required to motivate data, select data and support them, assist them and motivate them using sources and physiopathological mechanisms. Multiple-choice test questions, response questions "to completion" small situations with options of choice. Oral mode may also be proposed. The examination will be divided into 2 modules of Clinical Nursing I and II The final vote, if positive, may also include elements of active participation during the lessons and adherence to the pre-reading mandates of the text. MM: Clinical nursing 1 The contents of the evaluation relate to the topic: * Breathing - General assessment and definition of major alterations. Respiratory, evaluation and care management of hypoxia, dyspnoea, cyanosis, cough, hematoma, bronchial, sputum and orthopedic obstruction Basic interventions to facilitate respiration and clarary mucus ciliary (postural change, humidification, effective cough, position) Oxygen therapy, both hospital and long-term, systems and careers for delivery, attention, and monitoring elements on the patient. * Acute, Post-Operative, Procedural, Oncological and Chronic Pain - recurrent, breakthrough pain, chronic and acute pain detection, scales and instruments for measurement, pain from diagnostic / therapeutic and relief procedures and non-pharmacological interventions
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MM: Infermieristica clinica 2
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Written test

Reference books
Activity Author Title Publisher Year ISBN Note
Infermieristica clinica 1 Saiani L, Brugnolli A Trattato Cure Infermieristiche Idelson Gnocchi 2014

STUDENT MODULE EVALUATION - 2017/2018






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