ANES 2401 - Advanced Principles of Anesthesia Technology
Credit hours: 4
Prerequisites: ANES 1401 - Basic Principles of Anesthesia Technology
ANES 1402 - Basic Principles of Anesthesia Equipment
ANES 1110 - Anesthesia Technology Clinical 1 1110
Corequisites: ANES 2402 - Advanced Anesthesia Equipment
ANES 2420 - Anesthesia Technology Clinical 2
ANES 2405 - Anesthesia Pharmacology
This course covers the theory and concepts of the use and function of anesthesia supplies and equipment used for various surgical procedures to include studies in general, regional and conscious sedations as well as patient positioning. Additional topics are types of anesthesia emergencies, including difficult airways, malignant hyperthermia, hemorrhage and cardiac arrest.
Student Learning Outcomes:
The successful learner will be able to:
- Identify use and function of anesthesia supplies and equipment for a variety of surgical procedures.
- Identify signs and symptoms and correctly assists in crisis situations.
- Utilize BLS, crisis management knowledge, comprehension and application to all age groups.
- Follow standards for safe positioning of patients of all age groups.