Feb 22, 2024  
2023-2024 
  
2023-2024
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ANES 1155 - Fundamentals II


5 Credit Hours

Course Description:
This course provides didactic, laboratory, and clinical instruction to prepare the student with the cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning skills related to anesthesia technology fundamentals. Topics include: human pathophysiology, surgical procedures, positioning, special equipment needs, and anesthesia technology care plan development. Additional topics include an introduction to anesthesia emergencies, e.g., difficult airway algorithms, malignant hyperthermia, fire in the operating room, cardiac arrest, anaphylaxis, and local anesthesia toxicity. Clinical settings will include adult and pediatric hospital operating rooms, interventional and diagnostic radiology, outpatient procedure suites, labor and delivery suites, and ambulatory surgery centers. All clinical experiences will be under direct supervision with a clinical preceptor. By the end of the semester, students will independently set-up equipment, anticipate the anesthesia provider’s needs during routine and emergency procedures, and recognize the patient’s response to medications and treatments administered by the anesthesia provider.

Prerequisites:
ANES 1124 

Corequisites:
ANES 1134 ; ANES 1143 

Additional Information:
This course satisfies the computer proficiency requirement.



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