AN 888 - Clinical Anesthesia Implications

This course emphasizes the analysis, synthesis and application of anesthesia concepts to the development of an individualized anesthesia plan of care. Inherent in this process is the integration of pharmacology, physiology, and pathophysiology with anesthesia principles emphasizing the anesthesia implications. Adjuvant drugs commonly encountered by nurse anesthetists are emphasized. This course is designed to aid the didactic student in their transition to the clinical phase of the program.

Semester hours: 4.0

Prerequisites:

  • AN 851 - Advanced Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology I
  • AN 852 - Advanced Anatomy, Physiology and Pathophysiology II
  • AN 872 - Principles of Anesthesia I
  • AN 873 - Principles of Anesthesia II
  • AN 876 - Advanced Pharmacology I
  • AN 877 - Advanced Pharmacology II

Last updated: 03/17/2020