Renal nursing is a specialized area of nursing practice to treats patients with kidney disease and educates both patients and families about treatment protocols. The programme, Post Basic Renal Care Nursing, aims to produce competent, knowledgeable and professional nurses with a better understanding of the patients across the spectrum of renal care, causes and treatment of the disease and the psycho-social implications of renal disease. It prepares them to compete in present competitive global as well as local market.
Renal dialysis nurses provide direct patient care to children and adults requiring hemo-dialysis for renal disease in an acute-care setting. A renal dialysis nurse is familiar with kidney disorders, such as diabetes, high blood pressure or substance abuse. The programme has been intended to develop safe, competent and skilled nurses to work independently in terms of knowledge and practical skills to offer nursing care to end Stage Renal failure patient in health care setting. Apart from all these a renal dialysis nurse can get a broad exposure in various domains, such as:
Minimum Duration : 6 Months.
Maximum Duration : 6 Months.
|Sl.No.||MQA Subject Code||Subject Name||Credits|
|1||NRNC033||RENAL NURSING Ill: Nursing Care of Client with Haemodlalysis||3|
|2||NRPC 016||CLINICAL PRACTICE I||6|
|3||NRNC 022||RENAL NURSING II: Nursing Care of Client with Peritoneal Dialysis||2|
|4||NRBM 013||BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE RENAL Anatomy and Physiology, Laboratory Evaluation & Infectious control||3|
|5||NRNC 013||RENAL NURSING I: Nursing Management Of Genito Urinal and Renal Disease||3|
|6||NRNC 042||RENAL NURSING IV: Renal Replacement Therapy: Renal Transplantation||2|
|7||NRBC 013||BEHAVIOURAL SCIENCE RENAL: Management, Ethics and Research / Professionalism Nutritional And Psychological Aspects Of Renal Patients||3|
|8||NRPC 026||CLINICAL PRACTICE II||6|
Intake and Entry Requirements
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