Courses offered - Anesthesia
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Advanced systematic focus on health assessment, anatomical and physical limitations, and impact on anesthesia practice.
Continuation of AN 7010.
Continuation of AN 7020.
Continuation of AN 7030.
Continuation of AN 7040.
Continuation of AN 7050.
Outpatient anesthesia practice; focus on airway management.
Managing complex pediatric cases involving craniofacial problems, craniotomies, spinal fusion, and abdominal cases.
Clinical experience with complex cardiac diseases requiring thoracic and cardiopulmonary bypass.
Pharmacology as it relates to anesthesiology; pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics.
Analysis of theories of pharmacology.
General qualitative and quantitative aspects of pharmacology. Interaction and kinetics of pharmacologic agents and their relationship to anesthetic practice.
Principles and usage of all anesthesia equipment including electronic instrumentation. Theoretical exploration of various techniques of anesthesia.
Advanced knowledge in application and use of modern anesthesia monitoring technology.
Continuation of AN 7160.
Background for monitoring, diagnosing, and treating cardiac arrhythmias in the perioperative period. Working background in fundamentals of 12-lead ECG interpretation; its application in the perioperative period.
Advanced cardiovascular pathophysiology, assessing and diagnosing cardiac dysfunctions, and integration of appropriate clinical interventions in the anesthetic management plan of care.
Advanced knowledge in physiology; in-depth analysis of disease processes; correlation of pathophysiology, pharmacology, and advanced principles of anesthesia care.
Analysis and principles of chemistry and physics as applied to anesthesia.
Structural and functional aspects of the human body; relationships to nurse anesthesia practice. Study of regions in which anesthesia may be induced.
Review of the anatomy and physiology of the spinal cord and peripheral nerves and the pharmacology of local anesthetic agents. Techniques of pain management administration and management of spinal/epidural and peripheral regional anesthetics.
Advanced evaluation of cardiopulmonary/respiratory complication. Clinical anesthesia care.
Use of theoretical concepts and advanced clinical principles to develop the art and science of practice with emphasis on individualizing care, in addition to board preparation.
Use of theoretical concepts and advanced clinical principles in perfecting the art and science of anesthesia practice with emphasis on preparation for board examination.
Instruction in and clinical application of nurse anesthesia process.
Analysis of role of professional anesthesia associations, anesthesia accreditation agencies, hospital and governmental regulatory agencies relating to nurse anesthesia practice.
Regional techniques and pharmacological interventions to manage acute and chronic pain.
Current developments in concepts and theories of nurse anesthesia.
Research methodologies, including quantitative and qualitative statistical techniques. Emphasis on designing, implementing, and evaluating health care research.
Finalization of research; preparation for poster submission, publication and presentation of research.
Detailed advanced lectures in specific pediatric topics.
Common pediatric problems; in-depth knowledge on neonatal anesthesia.
Anatomy and physiology of various diseases including principles of anesthetic management.