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NA 770. Anesthesia Pathophysiology I. 3 Hours.

This Pathophysiology course is designed to promote the understanding and application of fundamental disease processes in clinical settings. General concepts of disease, including etiology, pathogenesis, and clinical significance are presented. These concepts are applied in systems-orientate approach to disease processes affecting cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. Application of this knowledge to anesthetic plan development and implication of anesthesia on the disease process will be expected.
Prerequisites: NA 702 [Min Grade: B] and NA 731 [Min Grade: B] and NUR 729 [Min Grade: B] and NUR 731 [Min Grade: B]