ANES 638 Anatomy for Nurse Anesthesia
The course reviews human gross anatomy in relationship to biological function and clinical correlation. Students utilize anatomy simulation to explore anatomical structure and function. Pro-section and learning activities aid the holistic knowledge of the human body's structure for future clinical correlation in practice. Competence Statement: Knows the fundamental human anatomy and its arrangement for normal and abnormal presentation.
Prerequisite: Admission into the Metropolitan State/Minneapolis School of Anesthesia DNP Program.
3 Graduate credits
Effective December 12, 2021 to present
- Utilize 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 physiological functioning.
- Predict expected clinical findings based on normal and abnormal anatomical variations.
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