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Finger Lakes Community College
Course:
Nur 210 - Pharmacodynamics of Nursing Practice

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Course Syllabus Department Nursing Date Fall 2012 I Course Prefix and Number NUR 210 Course Name Pharmacodynamics of Nursing Practice Credit Hours and Contact Hours 3 credit hours 3 contact hours Catalog Description including pre and co requisites supporting data required for grade prerequisite of C or higher A basic course designed to familiarize the learner with those groups of drugs frequently employed in the treatment of commonly occurring health problems The course will include the study of drugs that affect the following body systems nervous cardiovascular endocrine gastrointestinal hematopoietic immune and respiratory Drugs utilized in the treatment of infections and cancer will also be studied Course restricted to R N s and senior level students enrolled in an R N program L P N s and any other students must secure permission of instructor or department chair to take this course Relationship to Academic Programs and Curriculum including SUNY Gen Ed designation if applicable This is a nursing elective course It provides supplemental and complementary information to the nursing curriculum II Course Student Learning Outcomes State the student learning outcome s for the course e g Student will be able to identify The student at the end of the semester will be able to 1 Describe the general framework of pharmacology 2 Identify references and resources for obtaining current information regarding specific as well as categories of drugs 3 State desired pharmacological action side effects and nursing implications of prototype drugs within the following drug classifications a Antiinfectives b Antiinflammatory agents c Central nervous system stimulants and depressants d Autonomic nervous system drugs e Cardiac drugs f Blood coagulants and anticoagulants g Respiratory agents h Diuretics i Gastrointestinal agents j Hormones k Immunologic agents l Antineoplastic agents 1 m n o p q r Antiallergic agents Antipyretics Antihypertensive agents Antilepemics Vasodilators



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