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NURS 7591 Nurse Anesthesia I (Fall: 5 )


Course Description

This course provides the opportunity for students to integrate theory into practice within the clinical setting. The focus is on the development of diagnostic, therapeutic, and ethical judgments for the patient undergoing surgery and anesthesia. During the first semester of clinical anesthesia practice the emphasis is on the development and implementation of a patient specific plan of anesthesia care for healthy patients undergoing minimally invasive surgical procedures. Synthesis of theoretical knowledge with clinical practice is enhanced by weekly seminars, case presentations, care plan exemplars, and high fidelity simulation.


Instructor(s): Denise Testa and Susan Emery

Prerequisites: NURS 7490-NURS 7494, NURS 7415

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Last Updated: 02-Apr-14