SURG 2321 - Surgical Procedures I
Surgical Procedures I is an overview of the relevant anatomy, pathophysiology (including tumors, inflammation, infection, and fluid and hemodynamic disorders), surgically treatable diseases and disorders, preparations, diagnostic interventions, instrumentation, purpose, intervention, postoperative patient care considerations and expected outcome for surgical procedures covered in the course.
Lecture Hours: 6
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Surgical Technology program.
This course was formerly SURG 2020.
Note: Course not designed for transfer.
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