ANE 652 - Second-Year Seminar II
(2 cr.) The course is based on a four-week clinical rotation cycle and is delivered in real-time by teleconference throughout the U.S. During the first week, students deliver a PowerPoint presentation on a particular patient and procedure in whose care they participated. In week two, students present an article from the current anesthesia literature. In week three, students are given a patient scenario and asked analyze the untoward outcome hazard or complication, and describe how the patient may be better managed from careful attention to monitoring, rapid detection of the abnormality, and treatment of the problem. In the final week, students deliver a presentation from the surgeon's perspective, including the patient's symptomology, the surgical procedure, the intraoperative issues and potential postoperative complications from the surgeon's and the anesthetic perspectives. Every Year, Spring

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