Explain the pathophysiology, manifestations, complications, interdisciplinary care, and nursing care of disorders of the male reproductive system, including disorders of sexual function, the penis, the testes and scrotum, the prostate gland, and the breast.
Compare and contrast the risk factors for cancer of the penis, testes, and prostate gland.
Discuss the purposes, nursing implications, and health education for medications and treatments used to treat disorders of sexual function, the penis, the testes and scrotum, the prostate gland and the breast.
Describe the various surgical procedures used to treat disorders of the male reproductive system.
Assess functional health status of men with reproductive system and breast disorders and monitor, document, and report abnormal manifestations.
Use evidence-based research to provide appropriate discharge teaching to men having a radical prostatectomy.
Determine priority nursing diagnoses, based on assessed data, to select and implement individualized nursing interventions for men with disorders of the reproductive system and breast.
Administer, or teach clients how to administer, topical, oral, and injectable medications used to treat disorders of the male reproductive system knowledgeably and safely.
Provide skilled care to men having prostate surgery.
Revise plan of care as needed to provide effective interventions to promote, maintain, or restore functional health status to men with disorders of the reproductive system and breast.