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SURG 201 - Surgical Procedures


Credits: 4
Lecture Contact Hours: 4
Description: In this didactic course, students will explore concepts related to procedures of various surgical specialties. Application of anatomy and physiology, steps of each surgical procedure, and knowledge of the required items for each step will allow the student to build an understanding of surgeon anticipation. A reinforcement of the surgical approach and technological advancement will prepare students for future adaption and change in the field of surgical technology. Students must pass the course successfully with a 3.0 or better to continue in the program.

Prerequisites: BIOL 237  with a minimum grade of 3.0. BIOL 238  with a minimum grade of 3.0. SURG 101  with a minimum grade of 3.0. SURG 102  with a minimum grade of 3.0.
Corequisites: SURG 202 , if not taken previously, with a minimum grade of 3.0. SURG 210 , if not taken previously, with a minimum grade of 3.0. SURG 220 , if not taken previously, with a minimum grade of 3.0.
Recommended: None

Course Category: Occupational
This Course is Typically Offered: Winter
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Course Competencies
Main Learning Domains: Cognitive, Affective

1. Evaluate the procedural needs for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

2. Assess the steps of each Plastic and Reconstructive surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

3. Evaluate the procedural needs for General Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

4. Assess the steps of each General surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

5. Evaluate the procedural needs for Obstetric and Gynecologic Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

6. Assess the steps of each Obstetric and Gynecologic surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

7. Evaluate the procedural needs for Genitourinary Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

8. Assess the steps of each Genitourinary surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

9. Evaluate the procedural needs for Otorhinolaryngology Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

10. Assess the steps of each Otorhinolaryngology surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

11. Evaluate the procedural needs for Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

12. Assess the steps of each Oral and Maxillofacial surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

13. Evaluate the procedural needs for Orthopedic Surgery.

a. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

b. Examine the relevant pathology.

c. Analyze the diagnostic and surgical intervention.

14. Assess the steps of each Orthopedic surgical procedure.

a. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

b. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

c. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

d. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

15. Evaluate the procedural needs for Minimally Invasive Surgery.

a. Laparoscopic Approach

i. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

ii. Assess the steps of each surgical procedure.

iii. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies, and equipment for each procedure.

iv. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

v. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

vi. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

b. Robotic Approach

i. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

ii. Assess the steps of each surgical procedure.

iii. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies and equipment for each procedure.

iv. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

v. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

vi. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.

c. Interventional Radiology

i. Examine the related anatomy and physiology of each procedure.

ii. Assess the steps of each surgical procedure.

iii. Determine the necessary instrumentation, supplies and equipment for each procedure.

iv. Assess the wound classification of each procedure.

v. Evaluate surgical dressing and drain application options.

vi. Evaluate the probable patient outcome for each procedure.



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