2016-17 KCTCS Catalog by Kentucky Community and Technical College System

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ngt 24010.5 self-operating regulators course id 006510 ngt 24020.5 pilot loaded regulators course id 006511 presents the operation procedures and maintenance of catalytic and water bath indirect pipeline heaters lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture presents concepts and principles basic to the operation and selection of pressure regulators and the control of gas pressure lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 22040.5 proper odorant levels course id 006502 ngt 24030.5 test pressure limits course id 006512 ngt 22050.5 dew point of a gas course id 006503 ngt 24040.5 differential pressure recorder course id 006513 presents information and procedures for maintaining and calibrating differential pressure recorders lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture for organizing the care of clients with alterations in basic human needs by incorporating the seven core values of caring diversity excellence integrity ethics holism and patient-centeredness focuses on the integration of knowledge skills acquisition and critical thinking in the provision of prudent health care delivery examines client’s needs health promotion basic human needs prevention of complication as related to mechanisms of self-defense including immunity inflammation infection and the surgical patient examines client’s needs health promotion therapeutic communication treatment modalities concepts of mental health and assessment of clients with psychosocial problems introduces skills related to mental health care such as areas of adaptive/maladaptive behaviors and specific mental health disorders in a variety of health care settings pre-requisite admission to the integrated nursing program successful completion of a medicaid nurse aide equivalent course and proof of active status on the medicaid nurse aide registry completion with a grade of “c” or better of bio135 psy110 com181 eng 101 and cit 105 or ost 105 equivalent students must have basic life support certification current liability insurance coverage and current immunizations for the duration of the course pre-requisite or co-requisite ahs 100 and nip 102 lecture 7.0 credits 105 contact hours clinical 3.0 credits 135 contact hours components clinical laboratory lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical ngt 24050.5 mercury instruments course id 006514 nip 1203 maternal child nursing care course id 005381 ngt 24060.5 multiple range pressure chart course id 006515 nip 12810 medical surgical alteration course id 006842 course id 006500 ngt 22030.5 pipeline heaters course id 006501 presents the basic operating principles and maintenance schedules of gas flow control valves demonstrates proper use and care of high-pressure grease guns lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours lab 0.50 credits 15 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents the industry standards and devices used to introduce odorants into a natural gas system emphasizes testing for odorant levels and the proper handling of odorants lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture covers theory and practice used to test the dew point of a gas explains methods used to test moisture in gas lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 23010.5 orifice meters course id 006504 presents operating principles of orifice meters emphasize the identification of the meter components and their functions in the measurement process lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture ngt 23020.5 turbine meters course id 006505 presents operating principles of turbine type meters emphasizes the identification of the meter components and their functions in the measurement process lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture ngt 23030.5 diaphragm meters course id 006506 presents operating principles of diaphragm-type meters emphasizes the identification of the meter components and their functions in the measurement process lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture ngt 23040.5 rotary meters course id 006507 ngt 23050.5 pressure relief valves course id 006508 ngt 23060.5 recording charts course id 006509 presents operating principles of rotary meters emphasizes the identification of the meter components and their functions in the measurement process lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents purpose and operating characteristics of pressure relief valves emphasizes inspecting testing and maintenance of relief valves lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents basic technology used to transfer information to a recording chart emphasizes how to change interpret and send charts lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents information and procedures basic to performing maintenance operations on self-operating pressure regulators lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents the concepts and principles basic to test relief valves and pressure limiting and regulating stations lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture presents the fundamental operating and maintenance procedures for mercury instruments gauges and indexes lecture 0.5 credits 7.5 contact hours components lecture presents concepts and principles basic to reading multiple range pressure recording charts lecture 0.25 credits 3.75 contact hours lab 0.25 credits 7.5 contact hours components laboratory lecture nip nursing integrated program nip 1023 introduction of pharmacology course id 006847 introduces dosage calculations and medication administration of commonly used medications includes an overview of common drug classifications drugs and their effects emphasizes nursing responsibility accountability and application of nursing process to drug therapy incorporates the fundamental core values caring diversity ethics excellence holism integrity and patientcenteredness incorporates the integrating concepts context and environment knowledge and science quality and safety and relationship-centered care pre-requisite admission to the integrated nursing program successful completion of a medicaid nurse aide equivalent course and proof of active status on the medicaid nurse aide registry completion with a grade of “c” or better of bio135 psy110 com181 eng101 and cit105 or ost 105 or equivalent students must have basic life support certification current liability insurance coverage and current immunizations for the duration of the course pre-requisite or co-requisite ahs 100 nip 116 lecture 3.0 credits 45 contact hours components lecture attributes technical nip 11610 fundamentals of nursing course id 006838 focuses on basic nursing concepts that the beginning nurse will need to provide care to diverse clients utilizing the six integrated concepts of nursing practice context and environment knowledge and science personal professional development quality and safety relationshipcentered care and teamwork explores current and historical issues impacting nursing introduces framework focuses on health promotion in the context of the family experiencing reproductive issues including pregnancy labor and delivery post-partum and the newborn focuses on management of care for patients with perinatal complications and high-risk newborns integrates concepts of the nln education competencies model neuman’s systems model and the maslow hierarchy including pharmacological and therapeutic interventions throughout the course pre-requisite completion with a grade of “c” or better in nip 116 nip 102 and ahs 100 students must have basic life support certification current liability insurance coverage and current immunizations for the duration of the course pre-requisite or co-requisite nip 128 lecture 2.0 credits 30 contact hours clinical 1.0 credit 45 contact hours components clinical laboratory lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical focuses on care of clients with stressors to normal lines of defense in hematology immune integumentary fluid and electrolyte acid/base imbalance respiratory musculoskeletal cardiovascular gastrointestinal hepatobiliary renal/urinary endocrine reproductive and neurological/sensory integrates the concepts of nursing practice context and environment knowledge and science personal/professional development quality and safety relationship-centered care and teamwork uses the neuman systems model to provide care for clients by incorporating the core values of caring diversity excellence integrity ethics holism and patientcenteredness through clinical experience and theory application examines the clients’ needs health promotion various treatment modalities and nursing interventions pre-requisite completion with a grade of “c” or better in nip 102 nip 116 student must have basic life support certification current liability insurance coverage and current immunizations for the duration of the course pre-requisite or co-requisite nip 120 lecture 6.0 credits 90 contact hours lab/clinical 4.0 credits 180 contact hours components clinical laboratory lecture attributes course also offered in modules technical 345 course descriptions ngt 22021 maintaining line valves