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Karnali Pradesh Staff Nurse Syllabus

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  1. Fundamentals of Nursing:
    1.1. Basic needs of clients
    1.2. The nursing process
    1.3. Nursing procedure used in patient care
    1.4. Common nursing measures used to meet the physical needs of client
    1.5. Stress and coping mechanism including nurses role in meeting the emotional need
    1.6. Protective measure to provide safety need of clients and principle of body mechanics
    1.7. Measure to meeting the elimination need of the clients in different condition
    1.8. Disease transmission cycle, infection prevention and control: principle and process
    1.9. Instrument processing
    1.9.1. Cleaning
    1.9.2. Decontamination
    1.9.3. High level disinfection
    1.9.4. Sterilization
    1.9.5. Standard precaution
    1.10. Dressing and Bandaging
    1.11. Hot and cold application: Sitz bath
    1.12. Active and passive exercise including deep breathing and coughing exercise with postural drainage
    1.13. Administration of drugs (IM, IV, SC, Oral, Intrathecal, Intracavitary)
    1.14. Methods of collecting different specimen for routine and culture test
    1.15. Common first aid treatment in different condition
    1.16. Pre and post-operative procedure including care of patient during this period
    1.17. National and international professional organization related to nursing and its code of ethics
    1.17.1. International Council of Nurses(ICN)
    1.17.2. Nepal Nursing Council (NNC)
    1.17.3. Nursing Association of Nepal (NAN)
  2. Applied Science
    2.1. Anatomy and Physiology of all body systems or organs
    2.2. Drugs used in different system (pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics and essential drugs)
    2.3. Microbiology: various disease causing organism and its effect on human health and environment; investigation; common drugs used in infectious disease its action and side effects
    2.4. Fluid and electrolyte; its importance in relation to health of clients, osmosis, diffusion, acid base balance, rehydration therapy
    2.5. Mechanisms body or joint movement and relation with principle of lever, Friction, Gravity, Newton’s Law, Force and Transfer of heat
    2.6. Mechanisms of respiration and Boyle’s law
    2.7. Mechanism of stimuli transmitted in nervous system and reflex action
    2.8. Blood grouping: types and Rhesus factors of human blood
    2.9. Defense mechanism: various way of the body defense against injuries and harmful organism
  3. Medical/Surgical Nursing
    3.1. Developmental need and tasks, Application of nursing process, Common diagnostic procedures
    3.2. Nursing management of common disease conditions including pre and postoperative care.
    3.2.1. Musculoskeletal disorder: Accidents, Soft tissue injuries, Fracture, Dislocation, Osteomylitis, Osteoarthritis
    3.2.2. Disorder of nervous system: Head Injuries, Spinal cord injury, Meningitis, Encephalitis, Tetanus, Epilepsy, Polyneuritis, Parkinson disease, Brain tumors
    3.2.3. Respiratory disorder: Bronchitis, Asthma, Pulmonary TB, Pleurisy, Rhinitis, Atelectasis, Influenza, Lungs abscess, Pneumonia, Thoracic empyema, Haemothorax / Pneumothorax, Pulmonary embolism
    3.2.4. Gastrointestinal Disorders: Peptic ulcer, Intestinal obstruction, Appendicitis, Pancreatitis, Peritonitis, Hernias, Abdominal tuberculosis, Ulcerative colitis, Hemorrhoids, Cirrhosis of liver, Cholelithiasis / Cholecystitis, Hepatitis, Hepatic coma, Liver abscess
    3.2.5. Genitourinary Disorder: Urinary Tract Infection (UTI), Hydrocele, Pyelonephritis, Glomerulonephritis, Acidosis & Alkalosis, Shock, Bladder stones, Renal calculi, Nephrotic syndrome, Benign Prostatic Hyperplasia, Hydronephrosis, Acute and Chronic Renal failure, Uremia, Neoplasm
    3.2.6. Cardiovascular Disorder: Pericarditis, Myocarditis, Endocarditis, Corpulmonale, Congestive Heart Failure (CHF), Angina Pectoris, Myocardial infarction, Cardiac Arrest, Rheumatic Heart Disease, stenosis and incompetency of valve, Hypertension, Anemia, Leukemia, Hodgkin’s disease, Gangrene, Thrombosis, Embolism, Aneurysm, Cerebrovascular accidents
    3.2.7. Endocrine Disorders: Hyperthyroidism, Hypothyroidism, Hyperpituitarism, Hypopituitarism, Diabetes Insipidus, Diabetes Mellitus, Addison’s disease, Cushing’s Syndrome
    3.2.8. Alteration in Skin Integrity: Burn, Boils, Carbuncles, Scabies, Burn Pressure Ulcer
    3.2.9. Fluid replacement therapy and electrolyte balance and its management
    3.2.10. Eye and ENT disorders: Conjunctivitis, cataract ,Glaucoma, foreign body in eye, Retinal detachment, Xerophthalmia, Otitis media, Mastoiditis, Menier’s disease, Sinusitis, Epistaxis, Laryngitis, pharyngitis, Tonsillitis,
    3.2.11. Geriatric Problems: Dementia/Alzheimer’s, Depression, Suicidal tendency, Anxiety, Insomnia, Neurosis, Social Isolation and Loneliness
    3.2.12. Care of patient with common sensory disorders and nursing management
    3.3. Preparation of patients for specific diagnostic investigation related to different system disorders
    3.4. Nursing care patient with under water seal drainage, postural drainage and oxygen inhalation therapy and Tracheostomy
    3.5. Disability: Problem caused by immobility, Rehabilitation and role of nurses in rehabilitation process, Care of patient with immobility problems
    3.6. Specific Nursing management for individual with gastrointestinal disorder
    3.6.1. Meeting the nutritional needs by Nasogastric tube insertion, feeding and care
    3.6.2. Colostomy feeding and care
    3.6.3. Therapeutic Diets
    3.7. Specific nursing management for the patient with Dialysis (Hemodialysis, Peritoneal dialysis), Continuous urinary drainage and Bladder irrigation
    3.8. Basic Life support, advance Life support and care of patient after resuscitation
    3.9. Blood transfusion and care of the patient with before and after blood transfusion
    3.10. Special nursing procedure and care of the patient with insulin administration and cortisone therapy
    3.11. Importance of psychological knowledge and implication of psychological process in caring for the patients and themselves
    3.12. Nursing management of terminally ill patient/palliative care
  4. Community Health Nursing
    4.1. Concepts of primary health care, communication skill, health education
    4.2. Community diagnosis
    4.3. Concept of reproductive health and its components
    4.4. Epidemiological concepts and approaches
    4.5. Nutrition, Nutritional deficiency diseases and their management
    4.6. Immunization, Family planning and MCH clinic
    4.7. Communicable disease (Scabies, worm- infestation, Malaria, Dengue fever, Kala-azar, Typhoid, Paratyphoid, Cholera, HIV/AIDS/ STI and Covid-19)
    4.8. Non communicable burden of diseases and its management
    4.9. Health Indicators/ vital statistics
    4.10. Family health nursing and School health nursing
    4.11. Occupational and environmental health hazards
    4.12. Common epidemics and current health issues
    4.13. Communication Process
  5. Midwifery
    5.1. Safe motherhood, SBA policy and core competency and strategies of Nepal
    5.2. Fetal development and fetal circulation
    5.3. Physiological changes and care during pregnancy, labour and puerperium
    5.4. Diagnosis of pregnancy and calculation of expected date of delivery(EDD) and period of gestation (POG)
    5.5. Antenatal, natal and postnatal care of a mother
    5.6. Malpresentation and Malposition
    5.7. Management of high risk mothers
    5.8. Management of minor and major disorders during pregnancy and postpartum period
    5.9. Common sexually transmitted infection and their management during pregnancy
    5.10. Medical disorder associated with pregnancy and its management
    5.11. Post term pregnancy; Induction and Augmentation of labour
    5.12. Physiology and mechanism of labour; Conduction of normal delivery; Obstetrical emergency: BEONC (basic essential obstetric and newborn care), CEONC (comprehensive emergency obstetric and newborn care), Abnormal labour and Instrumental Delivery
    5.13. Physiological change in a new born and adaptation to extra uterine environment
    5.14. Care of new born baby with observation and assessment including Newborn Resuscitation
    5.15. Breast feeding, Breast care, Problem in breast feeding and its management
    5.16. Minor and Major problems of Newborn; congenital anomalies and its Management
    5.17. Common drugs used during pregnancy, labour and postpartum period
    5.18. Danger signs of mother and newborn and its management
    5.19. Importance of kangaroo mother care (KMC)
  6. Nursing Care of Gynecological Problems
    6.1. Malformation and Malposition female reproductive organ: Cystocele and Rectocele; Uterine Prolapse, Vesico Vaginal Fistula
    6.2. Abnormal Menstrual bleeding; Dysfunctional Uterine Bleeding (DUB)
    6.3. Breast cancer; Cervical cancer/VIA (visual inspection with acetic acid), PAP smear
    6.4. STI/HIV/AIDS
    6.5. Male and female Infertility/ sub fertility
    6.6. Preparation of patient for various investigation of gynecological and breast problems
  7. Nursing Care the children
    7.1. Major developmental milestones and tasks of different stages of children
    7.2. Promoting optimum development of children
    7.3. Basic and special need of sick children
    7.4. Adolescent changes and problems
    7.5. Major killer diseases: Diarrheal disease, Acute respiratory Infection (ARI), measles, Malnutrition, Malaria, Tuberculosis, Tetanus
    7.6. Community based Integrated management of neonatal and childhood illness (CB-IMNCI)
    7.7. Common health problems in children and their nursing management
    7.8. Common childhood emergencies condition, their prevention and management (fall, Burn, Drowning, Foreign body aspiration & asphyxiation, Poisoning, Accidents & sharp instrument injuries)
    7.9. Congenital disorders/disabilities and their management
    7.10. Role of nurses in reduction of mortality rate of children
    7.11. Nursing care of critically ill children
    7.12. Common health hazards in Karnali province
  8. Mental Health
    8.1. Mental health problems in Nepal
    8.2. Management of clients with mental disorders
    8.3. Characteristics of mentally ill patient
    8.4. Classification of mental disorders
  9. Leadership and Management
    9.1. Principle of Management
    9.2. Function of Management Process: Planning, Organizing, Staffing, Leading/Directing, Supervision, Controlling, Motivation, Implementation and Evaluation
    9.3. Leadership Style; personal and professional development
    9.4. Nursing process in relation to health institution management
    9.5. Staff motivation in management to maintain the highest standard of care; delegation of responsibilities; Evaluation of staff performance and client satisfaction
    9.6. Resources Management: Human, material, finance and time
    9.7. Organizational Change
    9.8. Conflict management
    9.9. Stress management
    9.10. Health related fundamental rights and duties in Constitution of Nepal
    9.11. Health related Directive Principles, Policies and Obligations of the State under Constitution of Nepal and Karnali province
    9.12. Organizational Structure and Functions
    9.12.1. Federal Government: Ministry of Health and Population, Department of Health Service, Department of Drug administration, Department of Ayurveda and Alternative medicine, National Health Training Center
    9.12.2. Provincial Government: Ministry of social development, Provincial Health Directorate, Provincial Health Logistic Management Center, Public Health Office, Public Health Laboratory Management Center, Provincial Health Training Center
    9.12.3. Local Level: Primary Hospitals, Primary Health Care Center (PHCC), Health Post (HP), Basic health service center, Urban health clinic, Community health unit
    9.13. Health related aspects of Sustainable Development Goals
    9.14. National health planning and concept of national health system
    9.15. Job description of staff nurse
    9.16. Disaster management
    9.17. Health insurance

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