NSU HPD Catalog 2021-2022

Dr. Pallavi Patel College of Health Care Sciences—Department of Anesthesia 281 evaluation and planning for anesthesia and that are affected by the administration of anesthesia. (3 credits) ANES 5602—Applied Physiology for Anesthesia Practice II This course is a continuation of ANES 5601, which offers pathophysiology in a systems approach—cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, neuro, metabolic, and endocrine. It emphasizes hemodynamics, Starling forces, pulmonary responses, renal hemodynamics, temperature regulation, blood gases/pH, and maternal and fetal physiology. The course also emphasizes those systems that affect evaluation and planning for anesthesia and that are affected by the administration of anesthesia. (2 credits) ANES 5801—Principles of Instrumentation and Patient Monitoring I Practical principles, application, and interpretation of various monitoring modalities including ECG, invasive and noninvasive blood pressure, oximetry, cardiac output, respiratory gas analysis, respiration, and instrumentation as they pertain to anesthesia practice. Also includes intraoperative neurophysiology monitoring, temperature, renal function, coagulation/hemostasis, neuromuscular junction, transesophageal and transthoracic echocardiography, cerebrovascular testing, and venous and peripheral arterial testing. (2 credits) ANES 5603—Applied Physiology for Anesthesia Practice III This course is a continuation of ANES 5602, which offers pathophysiology in a systems approach—cardiovascular, pulmonary, renal, neuro, metabolic, and endocrine. It emphasizes hemodynamics, Starling forces, pulmonary responses, renal hemodynamics, temperature regulation, blood gases/Ph, and maternal and fetal physiology. The course also emphasizes those systems that effect evaluation and planning for anesthesia and that are affected by the administration of anesthesia. (3 credits) ANES 5802—Instrumentation and Monitoring II This course is a continuation of ANES 5801. Practical principles, application, and interpretation of various monitoring modalities, including ECG, invasive blood pressure, oximetry, cardiac output, respiratory gas analysis, respiration, and instrumentation, as they pertain to anesthesia practice will be discussed. The course also includes intraoperative neurophysiology monitoring, temperature, renal function, coagulation/hemos tasi s , neuromuscular junction, transesophageal and transthoracic echocardiography, cerebrovascular testing, and venous and peripheral arterial testing. (1 credit) ANES 5901—Anesthesia Principle and Practices I Principles involved in the formulation of anesthetic plans based upon data obtained during the preoperative evaluation. Includes the formulation and practices of different anesthetic plans and techniques as related to specific surgical procedures and pathophysiology. (2 credits) ANES 5902—Anesthesia Principle and Practices II This course is a continuation of ANES 5901. Principles involved in the formulation of anesthetic plans based upon data obtained during the preoperative evaluation. Includes the formulation and practices of different anesthetic plans and techniques as related to specific surgical procedures and pathophysiology. (2 credits) ANES 5903—Anesthesia Principle and Practices III This course is a continuation of ANES 5901. It discusses the principles involved in the formulation of anesthetic plans based upon data obtained during the preoperative evaluation and includes the formulation and practices of different anesthetic plans and techniques as related to specific surgical procedures and pathophysiology. (2 credits) ANES 6001—Clinical Anesthesia III Encompasses the student’s clinical experience in required rotations through all sub-specialty areas of anesthesia. Clinical rotations are assigned in two-week and four-week intervals and will require being on-call during some nights and weekends. Clinical practice of anesthesia is gained through one-on-one supervised instruction in the operating room and other ancillary anesthetizing locations. Monthly required readings are assigned. Monthly comprehensive examinations are administered. Each course’s grade is composed of clinical evaluations and comprehensive examination scores. (13 credits) ANES 6002—Clinical Anesthesia IV This course is a continuation of ANES 6001. Encompasses the student’s clinical experience in required rotations through all sub-specialty areas of anesthesia. Clinical rotations are assigned in two-week and four-week intervals and will require being on-call during some nights and weekends. Clinical practice of anesthesia is gained through one-onone supervised instruction in the operating room and other ancillary anesthetizing locations. Monthly required readings are assigned. Monthly comprehensive examinations are administered. Each course’s grade is composed of clinical evaluations and comprehensive examination scores. (15 credits) ANES 6003—Clinical Anesthesia V This course is a continuation of ANES 6002. Encompasses the student’s clinical experience in required rotations through all sub-specialty areas of anesthesia. Clinical rotations are assigned in two-week and four-week intervals and will require being on-call during some nights and weekends. Clinical practice of anesthesia is gained through one-onone supervised instruction in the operating room and other ancillary anesthetizing locations. Monthly required readings

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