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    Saint Mary's University of Minnesota
   
 
  Dec 16, 2017
 
 
    
2015-2016 SGPP Catalog and Handbook [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

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NA771 Clinical Practicum, Summer Semester (2 cr.)

Prerequisite(s):

 NA606, NA630, NA635, NA640, NA614, NA618, NA620, NA645, NA650, NA651, NA661 and NA770
Clinical practicum provides the student with the opportunity to apply the principles of anesthesia to direct patient care. Students provide supervised care in a variety of settings and specialty rotations to demonstrate proficiency in advanced anesthetic techniques.

Upon completion of these courses, students are expected to be able to do the following:

  1. Conduct a thorough and accurate preoperative assessment on all assigned patients. (CPS 1)
  2. Derive a complete anesthetic care plan for all assigned patients using pertinent data gathered from the medical record and the patient interview. (CPS 2)
  3. Prepare and organize all pertinent anesthesia related equipment and pharmacologic agents. (CPS 3)
  4. Demonstrate proper care and use of all anesthesia related equipment. (CPS 3)
  5. Practice in a manner that is protective of self, the patient and the environment. (CPS 4)
  6. Safely and completely prepare all assigned patients for anesthesia and surgery. (CPS 4)
  7. Manage all aspects of the anesthetic care, from the preoperative area to the recovery area. (CPS 5,6,7,8; POR)
  8. Demonstrate professional behavior and appropriate interpersonal skills while engaged in clinical practice. (CPS 9)
  9. Meet the individual site and specialty objectives. (CPS 9; MCCR)
  10. Demonstrate cultural competence when working with patients and members of the health care community. (CPS 9)
  11. Demonstrate the integration of theory and practice in patient care by individualizing care plans, evaluating outcomes, and creating a professional presentation of cases. (CS)



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