SRG 201 - Surgical Procedures II

Course Description

Students will study the relevant surgical anatomy and physiology, pathophysiology, supplies, equipment, and instrumentation needed for a variety of procedures. Surgical procedures covered will include the areas of otorhinolaryngology, neurology, and ophthalmic surgery. Group 2 course.

Credit Hours

3

Contact Hours

3

Lecture Hours

3

Required Prerequisites

SRG 121, SRG 121L SRG 122, SRG 123; SRG 202 and SRG 204 may be taken concurrently

Course Learning Outcomes

Knowledge:
  • Identify the relevant surgical anatomy and physiology for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedure categories.
  • Identify the relevant pathophysiology for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedure categories.
  • Define the medical terminology relevant for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical specialty category.
  • Identify the diagnostic interventions that are utilized to obtain a diagnosis for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedures.
  • Identify specific factors that are unique to ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical category.
Application:
  • Coordinate learned aseptic and sterile technique skills with human pathophysiology, anatomical and physiological knowledge through case study application for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedures.
  • Analyze instrumentation needs for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedures via case study application.
  • Describe the wound classification and correlate to wound management for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedures.
  • Identify ethical issues that correlate to ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical specialties.
  • Identify the required instrumentation that correlate with ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedures.
Integration:
  • Analyze ethical and legal issues pertinent to the surgical setting via case study application.
  • Integrate knowledge of cultural and religious preferences into surgical case preparation ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical procedures.
  • Assess the need for surgical based variations based on variations in human pathophysiology as well as anatomy physiology on a case by case basis for ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical specialties.
  • Create a planning strategy for case preparation on a case by case basis based on diagnostic, instrumentation, and wound management requirements ophthalmic, otorhinolaryngology, reconstructive, plastic, and trauma surgical specialties.
Human Dimension:
  • Demonstrate compassion in perioperative patient care and professional relations.
  • Identify communication skill requirements for interactions with patients, family and surgical team member of varying cultures, ethnic and religious backgrounds, as well as varying socioeconomic statuses.
Caring - Civic Learning:
  • Commit to an ethical, moral, legal and professional work environment as it applies to overall patient satisfaction, surgical outcome, and a team centered environment.
Learning How to Learn:
  • Identify resources within the healthcare setting to assist with patient and family needs as they apply to postoperative recover.
  • Collaborate with surgical team members to identify corrective actions as they apply to variations during surgery.