1-semester credit, 15 hours (15 lectures)
Students learn to provide individualized comprehensive assessment, diagnosis, and nursing interventions to hemodialysis consumers using the nursing process. To evaluates risks and potential risks of kidney disease in individuals, families, and the community.
Encouraging excellent assessment and technical skills, therapeutic communication, collaborative skills, documentation skills, good attention to detail, and leadership qualities.
Prerequisites: HN101, HN102, HN103