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JMJ
Marist Brothers
Notre Dame of Dadiangas University
College of Nursing
S.Y. 2011-2012 1ST Semester

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LESSON PLAN: PANCREATIC TUMOR
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In partial fulfillment of the requirements in RLE A - 104

Submitted to:

Lodar Escobillo, RN, MAN
Clinical Instructor

Submitted by:

Ruffalyn Joyce Doroteo
Kate Penelope Dalid
Mica Allaine Durana
BSN 4A

July 20, 2011

Topic: Pancreatic Tumor Objective | Contents | Time allotment | Strategies of teaching | References | Evaluation | At the end of 2 hours of discussion, student nurse should be able to: * Review the anatomy and physiology of the pancreas. | * The Pancreas’ * Location * Size * Functions | 10 minutes | Question and Answer portion | Tina Sanders. The Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology, 5th edition. Taiwan. F.A. Davis Company. ©2003. | The students are evaluated by actively participating in the discussion. | * Learn about Pancreatic Tumor | * The Pancreatic tumor: * Definition * Etiology * Signs and symptoms | 30 minutes | Discussion proper | * Brenda G. Bare, et. al., Medical – Surgical Nursing, Volume 1. 12th edition. Wolters Kluwer Health, Lippincott William & Wilkins. * http://www.pancreatic-tumors.com/ | | * Identify the following diagnostic test involved. | * Liver function test * Pancreatic biopsy * Computed tomography and Ultrasonography | 20 minutes | Question and Answer portion | * Brenda G. Bare, et. al., Medical – Surgical Nursing, Volume 1. 12th edition. Wolters Kluwer Health, Lippincott William & Wilkins. | | * Determine the treatment needed. | * Pancreatectomy * Partial Pancreatectomy | 10 minutes | Discussion proper | * Brenda G. Bare, et. al., Medical – Surgical Nursing, Volume 1. 12th edition. Wolters Kluwer Health, Lippincott William & Wilkins. | | * Enumerate the nursing responsibilities to be done. | * Pre-operative interventions * Intra-operative interventions * Post-operative interventions * Discharge | 40 minutes | Question and Answer portion | * Brenda G. Bare, et. al., Medical – Surgical Nursing, Volume 1. 12th edition. Wolters Kluwer Health, Lippincott William & Wilkins. | |

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