91145 Anesthesia and reanimation

Course Description

During this clinical rotation weeks students will spend their practical hours in the operating theater learning basic principles of anesthesia including airway management skills with mask ventilation/tracheal intubation, fluid management/securing intravenous access, Preoperative assessment of the Airways, The appropriate use of general and local anesthetic Agents, induction/ maintenance of anesthesia, and patient’s monitoring, and recovery.

Learning Objective

  • By the end of this course, students are expected to :
  • 1. Airway management skills
  • 2. Mask ventilation and tracheal intubation,
  • 3. securing intravenous access
  • 4. Preoperative assessment of the Airways
  • 5. The appropriate use of local anaesthetic Agents
  • 6. Observation of induction of Anaesthesia
  • 7. Observation of Endotracheal Intubation
  • 8. Observation and monitoring recovery from
  • 9. General Anaesthesia
  • 10. Observation of Local and Regional Blocks

Credits

    3

Books for this Course

  • The book of Anaesthesia” edited by Alan R. Aitkenhead, David J. Rowbotham, Graham Smith published by Churchill Livingstone.
  • Fundamentals of Anaesthesia” edited by Colin Pinnock, Ted Lin, Tim Smith Published by Greenwich

Times Offered

  • September 2015
  • January 2016

Faculty

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