NRSG245 - Pharmacotherapeutic Intrvntns II
Credit Hours: 2.0
Continued principles of pharmacology organized by body systems and individual drug classes with emphasis on drug actions, indications for uses, adverse effects, various types of drug interactions, and key nursing implications. It includes an ongoing focus on teaching/learning, cultural diversity, and promotion of critical thinking/decision making toward safe and accurate medication administration. (Level I PN Program) Prerequisites: All first semester Nursing courses must be successfully completed with a letter grade of "C" or higher. Corequisites: NRSG115, NRSG116, NRSG118 and NRSG119.
|Course||Sec||Days||Beg Date||End Date||Times||Campus|
|NRSG245||01||-M-----||01/12/15||05/08/15||1:00PM - 2:50PM||Main Campus|
|Pharmacology for Nurse, a Pathophysiologic Approach||4th||Adams, H||9780133026184||None||Pearson Prentice Hall|
|Davis Drug Guide for Nurses||13th||Vallerand, Sanoski and Delgin||9780803628373||None||FA DAvis|