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NA 750. Regional Anesthesia. 2 Hours.

The purpose of this course is the study of the theoretical and practical considerations involved in the administration and management of regional anesthesia and pain management. Related anatomy, physiology, and pharmacology will be reviewed as applied to the administration and management of regional anesthesia and pain management, using ultrasound and radiological techniques. Various regional anesthesia, both central and peripheral, are discussed as a component of a safe and effective anesthetic.
Prerequisites: NA 721 [Min Grade: B] and NA 740 [Min Grade: B] and NA 770 [Min Grade: B] and NUR 614 [Min Grade: B] and NA 718L [Min Grade: P]