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ANES 638 Anatomy for Nurse Anesthesia

The course focus is to explore human gross anatomy and its arrangement for normal function's relationship for clinical correlation.

Special information

Prerequisites: Admission to DNP/NA program. Co-requisites: ANES 629-50; ANES 644-01; ANES 649-01; NURS 647. Note: First week attendance required.

3 Graduate credits

Effective August 16, 2020 to May 5, 2021

Learning outcomes

General

  • Verbalize accurate anatomical terminology for effective interprofessional communication
  • Assess regional anatomical structures of the human body for clinical correlation
  • Analyze normal and abnormal anatomical variation's effect on function for safe perioperative care.

Spring 2021

Section Title Instructor
50 Anatomy for Nurse Anesthesia Flynn-Paulus, Molly Mae Laffoon, Travis Ryan Books Course details