ANES 747 Principles of DNP Nurse Anesthesia Practice IV
The course focuses on the study of safe, evidence-based nurse anesthesia care management in normal human physiologic and pathophysiologic states including skin, musculoskeletal, metabolic, neurologic, cardiovascular, peripheral vascular, as well as difficult airway and otolaryngology diseases, and associated medical and surgical procedures for selected human anatomical systems. Students will formulate care management strategies based on ethical, scientific and pharmacologic principles, safety, quality and evidence-based guidelines and cost effectiveness. Competence Statement: Knows safe, evidence-based nurse anesthesia care management well enough to apply to nurse anesthesia practice for patients with various pathophysiologic disease states.
Prerequisites: Prior to taking this course, you must have successfully completed the following: NURS 746.
3 Graduate credits
Effective May 6, 2020 to present
- Analyze biomedical equipment and supplies that are pertinent for patient and procedure, accuracy and safety for quality patient care;
- Propose ethical individualized management and monitoring strategies for patients throughout the perioperative continuum specific to the health history, diagnostic data, and medical or surgical procedure;
- Predict conceivable outcomes specific to health history, diagnostic data, and medical or surgical procedure, and therapeutic interventions;
- Critique management strategies for possible physiologic changes associated with anesthesia, medical and surgical care and equipment malfunctions; and
- Evaluate professional team and leadership behavior strategies that promote quality patient outcomes and cultural competence.
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