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Anesthesiology Review Course – Dannemiller, Inc.
May 15, 2016 - May 19, 2016$1,350
This educational program is intended for practicing anesthesiologists, residents in anesthesiology, CRNAs in training or practice, and other anesthesia care professionals interested in a thorough review and update in the practice of anesthesiology. The course curriculum addresses the latest trends in anesthesiology, and the choice of lecture topics and speakers is in part guided by the American Board of Anesthesiology’s booklet of curriculum requirements.
This educational program is intended for residents in anesthesiology, practicing anesthesiologists, CRNAs in training or practice, and other anesthesia care professionals interested in a thorough review and update in the practice of anesthesiology. Anesthesiologists interested in completing the training requirement for the general CME requirement for MOCA Part 2 (MOCA®).
Upon completion of this activity, the participant should be able to:
- Describe the workings and the inherent hazards of common anesthesia administration and monitoring equipment.
- Explain and apply pharmacokinetic and pharmacodynamic principles in the administration of intravenous and inhaled anesthetics.
- Discuss the physiology and pharmacology of neuromuscular blockade.
- Describe the mechanisms of normal coagulation and common anticoagulants, and describe the infectious and non-infectious hazards of transfusion.
- Explain the indications and techniques, including ultrasound, for upper and lower extremity regional blocks.
- Discuss assessment of the respiratory system prior to pulmonary resection surgery; describe intraoperative management and postoperative analgesia for thoracic surgery.
- Illustrate the preoperative evaluation and intraoperative management of patients with various endocrinopathies including diabetes and thyroid disease.
- Define the essential elements of transitional/ neonatal physiology; describe the anesthetic management of common and neonatal and pediatric emergencies.
- Describe the techniques for anesthesia and analgesia for vaginal and caesarean delivery; describe the management of obstetrical emergencies.
- Explain the evaluation and management of a patient with coronary and valvular disease; describe the anesthetic management techniques for on and off-pump cardiac surgery.
- Assess the physiology and pharmacology relevant to neuro anesthesia; explain the anesthetic management for an aneurysm, posterior fossa lesions, and head injury surgery.
- Summarize the pathophysiology and treatment of sepsis, acute lung injury, and multi-organ failure.
- Compare the physiology of normal and neuropathic pain; explain the clinical management of acute, chronic, and cancer-related pain.
- Recommend approaches to airway management and hemodynamic resuscitation of the trauma victim.
- Demonstrate ultrasound techniques and procedures in regional, vascular and cardiothoracic in the upper and lower regions.