DMS 301 - Patient Care for Imaging Sciences Professionals
This course provides basic concepts of nursing procedures in order to maintain continuous, smoothly integrated patient care with due regard to necessary diagnostic and therapeutic techniques. The topics of the course include the healthcare team; attitudes and communication in patient care; patient interactions; psychological considerations; interactions with the patient; patient safety; transferring techniques; trauma and reactions to contrast agents; patient tubes, lines, and catheters; care of patients during and following special procedures; and patient care during mobile or surgical procedures. The role of the radiologic and imaging science professional in patient education will be identified. Prerequisite(s): acceptance into the Radiologic Technology or DMS program. Term(s) Offered (F=Fall, Sp=Spring, Su=Summer): Sp.
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