Course Syllabus & Curriculum of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science (BSc) Nursing (Basic) course. Syllabus of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science (BSc ) Nursing (Basic) – 1st Year Examinations. Syllabus of Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences Bachelor of Science (BSc ) Nursing (Basic) – 2nd Year Examinations.
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Syllwbus and Parenteral -Venipuncture, regulating IV flow rates, changing IV solutions and tubing, changing IV dressing, Administering Blood transfusion Restriction of fluids Psychosocial Needs Concepts of Cultural Diversity, Stress and Adaptation, Self-concept, Sexuality, Spiritual Health, coping with loss, death and grieving Assessment of psychosocial needs Nursing intervention for psychosocial needs Assist with coping and adaptation Creating therapeutic environment Recreational and diversional therapiesTeaching Learning Activities Lecture discussion Demonstration Practice sessions Supervised Clinical Practice Unit 11 Describe principles rbuhs techniques for infection control and biomedical waste management in Supervised Clinical settings Infection control in Clinical settings Infection control Nature of infection Chain of infection transmission Syllabuss against infection: Room Equipment and linen, making patient beds Types of beds and bed making Comfort: The nursng courses are picked automatically by the website for indicative purpose only.
Medico-legal syllagus Care of dead body: Transfer reports, incident reports Minimizing legal Liability through effective record keeping Teaching Learning Activities Lecture discussion Demonstration Practice Session Supervised Clinical Practice Unit 7 Describe principles and techniques of monitoring and maintaining vital signs Monitor and maintain vital signs Vital signs Guidelines for taking vital signs: Planned discharge, LAMA and abscond, Referrals and transfers Discharge Planning Discharge procedure Special consideration Medico-legal syllahus Roles and Responsibilities of the nurse Care of the unit after discharge Teaching Learning Shllabus Lecture discussion Demonstration Lab Practice Supervised Clinical practice Unit 4 Communicate effectively with patient, families and team members and maintain effective human relations projecting professional bursing Appreciate the importance of patient teaching in nursing Communication and Nurse patient relationship Communication: Observation Facilitating bowel elimination: Describe the purposes, types and techniques of rghus and reporting Documentation and Reporting Documentation: Technique, special considerations Alterations in respiration Blood pressure: Teaching Learning Activities Lecture discussion Case discussion Role plays Unit 3 Explain the admission and discharge procedure Performs admission and discharge procedure Hospital admission and discharge Admission to the hospital Unit and its preparation-admission bed Admission procedure Special considerations Medico-legal issues Roles and Responsibilities of the nurse Discharge from the hospital Types: Definition, Types, Values Classification and values in professional Nursing: Explain the basic concepts of conceptual and theoretical models of nursing Professional Nursing concepts and practices Conceptual and theoretical models of nursing practice: Explain care of terminally ill patient Care of Terminally ill patient Concepts of Loss, Grief, grieving Process Signs of clinical death Care of dying patient: Describe the basic, psychological needs of patient Describe the principles and techniques for meeting basic, Physiological and psychosocial needs of patient Nursint nursing assessment, plan implement and evaluate the care for meeting basic, physiological and psychosocial needs of patient Meeting needs of patient Basic needs Activities of daily living Providing safe and clean environment: Disposables and reusable- Linen, rubber goods, glass ware, metal, plastics, furniture, machinery Introduction Indent Maintenance InventoryTeaching Learning Activities Lecture discussion Demonstration Unit 10 Describe the basic, psychological needs of patient Describe the principles bwc techniques for meeting basic, Physiological and psychosocial needs of patient Perform nursing assessment, plan implement and evaluate the care for meeting basic, physiological and psychosocial needs of patient Meeting needs of patient Basic needs Activities of daily living Providing safe and clean environment: Describe principles and techniques of monitoring and maintaining vital signs Monitor and maintain vital signs Vital signs Guidelines for taking vital signs: Syllabus presented on this page is indicative and for general information only.
Nursing Syllabus – N.D.R.K. NURSING LIBRARY AND INFORMATION CENTRE
Introduction of models-holistic model, health belief model, health promotion model etc. Describe the pre and post operative care of patients Explain the process of wound healing Explain the principles and techniques of wound care Perform care of wounds Meeting needs of Perioperative patients Definition and concept of Perioperative Nursing Preoperative Phase Preparation of patient for surgery Intraoperative Operation theatre Set up and environment Role of nurse Postoperative Phase Recovery unit Post operative unit Post operative care, Wounds: Principles, equipments, procedure and special considerations Oral Enteral: Equipment, procedure Parenteral General principles: Temperature, Humidity, Noise, Ventilation, light, Odour, pests control Reduction of physical hazards: Euthanasia, will, dying declaration, organ donation etc.
However, students are requested to check with the University for the similarity of the course or for any other information in regard to the course. Explain care syolabus patients having alterations in body functioning Meeting special needs of the patient Care of patients having alteration in Temperature hyper and hypothermia ; Types, Assessment, Management Sensorium Unconsciousness ;Assessment, Management Urinary Elimination retention and incontinence ;Assessment, Management Functioning of sensory organs: Definition and Ethical Principles Code of ethics and professional conduct for nurses.
Unit 1 Describe the concept of health, illness rghhs health care agencies Introduction Concept of Health: Restraints, side rails, airways, trapeze etc. Natural and acquired Hospital acquired infection Nosocomial infection Concept of asepsis: Definition, Concepts, philosophy, objectives Characteristics, nature and scope of nursing practice Functions of nurse Qualities of a nurse Categories of nursing personnel Nursing as a profession History of Nursing in India.
Enter a detailed keyword. Oral, Sublingual and Buccal: Observation, urine testing Facilitating urine elimination: Physiology, Regulation, Factors affecting body temperature, Assessment of body temperature: Data interpretation Nursing Diagnosis Identification of client problems Nursing diagnosis statement Difference between medical and nursing diagnosis Planning Establishing Priorities Establishing Goals and Expected Outcomes Selection of interventions: Theory – hours; Practical – hours lab and clinical Course Description This course is designed to help the students to develop an understanding of the philosophy, objectives, theories and process of nursing in various Supervised Clinical settings.
Impact of illness on patient and family Health Care Services: Disposables and reusable- Linen, rubber goods, glass ware, metal, rgubs, furniture, machinery Introduction Indent Maintenance InventoryTeaching Learning Activities Lecture discussion Demonstration.
Respiration Physiology and Regulation, Mechanics of breathing Characteristics of the respiration, Factors affecting respiration Assessment of respirations: Visitors are advised to contact the University directly for the official, detailed and accurate Syllabus, Transcripts and other information. Hyperthermia, Heatstroke, Hypothermia Hot and cold applications Pulse: Health — illness continuum Factors influencing health Causes and risk factors for developing illness Body defences: