Wound Management & Analgesia

$999

Categories: Nursing
Includes lifetime access

Course Overview

Wound Management & Analgesia

After going through this course, learners can know about analgesia used in Emergency
department and theories of pain perception. Students can also learn about various classes and
types of analgesics, principal of pain control and its diagnosis.

COURSE OUTCOME

At the end of this course, participants will be able to learn the following:
[1] Describe the principles of wound healing.
[2] Classify various types of wound and recognize an infected wound.
[3] Assess the patient with wounds and factors that delay wound healing and compromise
tissue viability.
[4] Describe how to manage a wound according to the level of risk of infection.
[5] Explain broad range of wound management treatments.
[6] Organize interdisciplinary services available for the assessment and management of
patients with wounds.
[7] Elaborate psychosocial impact of wounding on the individual and society.
[8] Critically analyse and evaluate the practice of anaesthetic nursing
[9] Establish a basis of professional knowledge and competence in the anaesthetic nursing
care of adult patients.
[10] Review the evidence underpinning anaesthetic nursing and evaluate implications
for current and future practice

COURSE OUTLINE

Module 1 – Introduction
Module 2 – Wound
Module 3 – Skin Anatomy and Physiology
Module 4 – The Physiology of Wound Healing
Module 5 – Wound Assessment
Module 6 – Principles of Wound Management
Module 7 – Methods of Wound Closure
Module 8 – Mechanisms of Wound Closure
Module 9– Quiz
Module 10 – Power Point Presentation

Certification Exam/ Assessment

CERTIFICATION

WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS COURSE

  • Nursing students
  • Nursing Educators
  • Professionals
  • Trainers
  • Any other stakeholder who is interested in learning about the wound management &
  • analgesia

Level: Beginners
Language: English

EVALUATION METHOD

Progress will be tested by way of quizzes and assignments at the end of each Module. Learners
must attempt the exam at the end of the course and secure at least 50% marks to obtain course
certificate.

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