Basic Principles of Nurse Anesthesia Practice II
This course is a continuation of Basic Principles I. The various methods and techniques of anesthesia administration, with emphasis on physiological basis for practice are the focus of the course. Function and maintenance of various kinds of technologies, as well as the psychomotor skills specific to the practice, are stressed. Technical skills learned in Basic Principles I are utilized and built upon in this course. These skills are honed and correlated with specific anesthetic management of cases in a lab setting. At the completing of this course, the novice Student Registered Nurse Anesthetist [SRNA] should be prepared to enter the clinical setting.