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Subject type: Mandatory
Trimester: Third term
CB5_That students have developed those learning skills necessary to undertake further studies with a high degree of autonomy.
CB1_That students have demonstrated knowledge and understanding of an area of study that is based on general education, and is usually found at a level that, while supported by advanced textbooks. Also includes some aspects that involve knowledge from the forefront of their field of study
CB3_That students have the ability to gather or interpret relevant data (usually within their area of study), to make judgments that include reflection on relevant social, scientific or ethical issues
CE13_Apply the nursing process to provide and guarantee the well-being, quality and safety of the people being cared for
CE14_Know and apply the principles that underpin comprehensive nursing care
CE15_Direct, evaluate and perform comprehensive nursing care, to the individual, the family and the community
CE17_Know the health disorders of the adult, identifying the manifestations that appear in their different phases. Identify care needs arising from health problems. Analyze the data collected in the assessment, prioritize the problems of the adult patient, establish and execute the care plan and perform its evaluation. Perform nursing care techniques and procedures, establishing a therapeutic relationship with patients and relatives. Select interventions aimed at treating or preventing problems arising from health deviations. Have a cooperative attitude with the different members of the team
CG10_Protect the health and well-being of the people, family or groups cared for, ensuring their safety
CG3_Know and apply the foundations and theoretical and methodological principles of nursing
CG4_Understand the interactive behavior of the person according to gender, group or community, within their social and multicultural context
CG6_Basing nursing interventions on scientific evidence and available media
CG11_Establish effective communication with patients, family, social groups and peers and promote health education
CG1_To be able, in the field of nursing, to give adequate technical and professional attention to the health needs of the people they care for, in accordance with their state of development of the scientific knowledge of each moment and with the levels of quality and safety that are established in the applicable legal and deontological norms
CG2_Planning and providing nursing care aimed at individuals, families or groups, oriented to health outcomes, assessing its impact, through clinical practice and care guidelines, which describe the processes by which a patient is diagnosed, treated or treated health problem
CG7_Understand without prejudice to people, considering their physical, psychological and social aspects, as autonomous and independent individuals, ensuring respect for their opinions, beliefs and values, guaranteeing the right to privacy, through confidentiality and professional secrecy
CT 1 Develop the ability to assess inequalities based on sex and gender, to design solutions
The core of the nursing profession is the care of people throughout the life process, in which periods of health will alternate with those of illness. At both times, nursing plays a basic role in caring for people.
Nursing, as a science, needs professionals with complete training that allows it to adapt to different situations, with the knowledge and skills that facilitate problem solving and decision making.
In the subject Nursing Care in the Adult Person, the nursing student must apply and relate both the knowledge and skills developed in other subjects, in order to expand knowledge in order to respond to health needs. of a changing society.
Problems that affect the person during their life trajectory, both in health and in the disease process, must be addressed by all health professionals and, in some areas, especially by nursing professionals.
In this subject the student will acquire skills that allow him to approach people from health to illness, understanding the purpose, operation and resources of the different levels of care.
Based on the prior knowledge of the most important pathological processes, nursing care is considered, from the detection of needs in the promotion, prevention and pharmacological and non-pharmacological treatment of health problems that affect the person, the family and the community.
This subject has methodological and digital resources to make possible its continuity in non-contact mode in the case of being necessary for reasons related to the Covid-19. In this way, the achievement of the same knowledge and skills that are specified in this teaching plan will be ensured.
The TecnoCampus will make available to teachers and students the digital tools needed to carry out the course, as well as guides and recommendations that facilitate adaptation to the non-contact mode.
LO 2. Select and carry out nursing interventions from a comprehensive approach appropriate for each stage at each level of health care.
LO 6. Identify risk habits and attitudes for physical and/or mental health.
LO 12. Develop a global and integrative view of health situations in adults.
LO 13. Use strategies and skills that allow effective communication.
LO 17. Select relevant screening and monitoring activities.
LO 19. Apply the nursing care process from an integrative and holistic care model.
LO 33. Understand the interactive behavior of the person depending on the gender, group or community, within its social and multicultural context.
LO 34. Establish effective communication with individuals, families and groups and promote health education.
LO 47. Apply appropriate comprehensive nursing care protocols and procedures in each phase of the health-illness process.
LO 56. Knows and uses the contributions of women and gender studies in their discipline.
LO 57. Identify and problematize deviations, stereotypes and gender roles in their discipline and in the practice of their profession.
LO 58. Knows how to make inclusive and non-sexist use of language.
LO 59. Is able to perform a clinical history, physical, psychological examination, or nursing diagnosis, or diagnostic activity specific to other health professions specifically for men and women.
LO 60. Communicates effectively with patients, demonstrating awareness of the professional-patient power differential, including using language that minimizes power imbalances, validates the experiences of sufferers, and eliminates gender stereotypes.
MD 1. Expository class sessions
MD 2. Seminars
MD 3. Group work
MD 4. Individual works
MD 9. Directed practice
MD 10. Simulation
MD 11. Self-employment
Block 11. Nursing care for patients with disorders of the musculoskeletal system
11.1. The fractured patient / 11.2. Patient with total joint prosthesis / 11.3. The amputee patient and the prostheses / 11.4. Introduction to chronic pathologies: from health to disease: Osteoarthritis, arthritis, osteoporosis / 11.5. Assessment of the integumentary system: 11.5.1. Skin Nursing Care / 11.6. Nursing care in acute and chronic wounds
Block 12. The patient and the surgical process
12.1. Levels of emergency surgery / 12.2. Assessment and performance of nursing in the preparatory phases / 12.3. Assessment and performance of nurses in the intraoperative phases / 12.4. Assessment and performance of nursing in the postoperative phases /
Block 13. Nursing care in emergency situations
13.1.Primary assessment of the patient / 13.2. Secondary assessment of the patient / 13.3. Assessment of the patient in shock / 13.4. Patient in anaphylaxis / 13.5. Patient with major trauma / 13.6. Burns / 13.7. Patient in hypothermia / hyperthermia / 13.8. Patient in a state of freezing / 13.9. Drug poisoning and overdose / 13.10. Psychiatric emergencies
Block 14. Nursing care for people with communicable diseases
14.1 Nature and chain of infection: 14.1.1.Pathogenic organisms and infections or diseases they produce / 14.2.Infection process: 14.2.1. Stages of the course of infection / 14.2.2. Defenses against infection / 14.3. Factors influencing the prevention and control of infections / 14.4.Nursing assessment related to the risk of infection or the state of the disease / 14.5. Laboratory tests for early detection of infection / 14.6. Nursing diagnoses, planning and nursing interventions / 14.7. Health promotion. Vaccines / 14.8. Clinical asepsis / 14.9. Isolation and care precautions in a patient in isolation / 14.10. Sample collection techniques / 14.11. Nursing and infection control. Universal precautions / 14.12. Nursing care according to specific pathologies (respiratory infections, CNS, sexually transmitted diseases, HIV, ...)
Block 15. Nursing care for patients with sensory disorders
15.1. Sensory alterations / 15.2. Factors affecting sensory function / 15.3. Critical thinking model for the assessment of sensory disorders / 15.4. Nursing assessment related to patients with suspicion and / or sensory disorders / 15.5.Nursing diagnoses, planning and nursing interventions / 15.6.Health promotion. Assistive devices (sight, sense, taste and smell and touch). Patient safety in safe environments. / 15.7. Methods of communication and general considerations in the adult person with sensory disorder.
The simulation content follows the sequence of procedures described in the corresponding dossiers:
Block 12. Cardiac monitoring
12.1. Performing the ECG / 12.2. Monitoring and control of heart rhythms
Block 13. Treatment and care of wounds
13.1. Drains / 13.2. Care of the stomata / 13.3. Placement and removal of sutures / 13.4. Treatment and care of chronic wounds
Block 14. Bandage and traction
14.1. Placement and handling of tractions / 14.2. Recurrent bandage / 14.3. Functional bandage / 14.4. Compressive bandage / 14.5. Plaster splint bandage and complete plaster
Block 15. Surgical area
15.1. Sterile / aseptic / septic space / 15.2. Washing and surgical gown / 15.3. Surgical equipment and field
|AF1. Master class||1||25|
|AF2. Face-to-face tutorials||0,4||10|
|AF9. Personal study||2,8||70|
The assessment of generic and specific competencies will be carried out continuously with the following activities.
|SE2. Individual work (Clinical records)||15%|
|SE7. Practical test||25%|
|SE8. Individual monitoring (simulation sessions)||10%|
The total or partial copy in any of the learning activities will mean a "Not Presented" in the subject, without option to present in the proof of recovery and without prejudice of the opening of a file for this reason.
A system of quantitative (from 0 to 10) and qualitative (suspended, approved, notable, excellent, honorary registration) is used according to RD 1125/2003.
• It will be necessary to obtain a 4 in the exam and in the practical test to weight the final mark.
• The two tests that can be recovered in the case of failing the subject are: the exam and the practical test.
The assessment activities with the possibility of recovery are: the (theoretical) exam and the practical test.
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