Graduate Catalog

ANE-619 ADV PATHOPHARM FOR ANE PRAC I

This course is the first of a two (2) semester sequence in pathopharmacology and provides an in-depth systems approach to pathophysiology and the pharmacotherapeutic agents used to treat specific disease states with an emphasis on their impact in anesthesia practice. Building on previously learned scientific knowledge, this course provides an in-depth study of human disease states and pharmacotherapeutic principles and agents used in the treatment of cardiovascular, pulmonary and central nervous system disorders. In addition, other important pathophysiologic topics such as shock and burns will be discussed and their anesthetic relevance explored. Prerequisites: Admission into Doctor of Nursing Practice Program sequence, or special permission of the faculty member. Admission criteria is defined in the Graduate Catalogue.

Credits

4

Distribution

College of Nursing & Hlth Sci

Offered

S