- Classes take place in the Department of Anesthesiology and Intensive Therapy.
- Lectures available through an e-learning platform.
- At the first class, students will receive a Classes Card which includes topics of each class. On the card student is obligated to confirm his/hers attendance to every class separately and that the class was successfully graded by the teacher (by a signature). The student is required to bring the Classes Card to the secretary of the Department of Anaesthesiology and Intensive Therapy in order to obtain course credit.
- Course credit can be obtained at the end of classes on the basis of positive results of knowledge test.
- Final knowledge test contains 10 tasks. Designated time for the test is 10 minutes.
- Recommended training materials include:
1) Robinson N: How to survive in anaesthesia. A guide for trainees, BMJ Books, London 2002. Link:https://ruraldoctorsdotnet1.files.wordpress.com/2013/04/how2-survive-anaesthesia_0727916831.pdf; 2) 2015 Guidelines for cardiopulmonary resuscitation – www.erc.edu; 3) Materials, topics and issues discussed during lectures and seminars.
The key to access lectures on the e-learning platform: areng338291
TOPICS OF CLASSES:
Central Venous Cathaterization. Pain Physiology: Introduction. Safety of general anesthesia in dental office. Safe and Effective Postprocedural Pain Treatment in Dentistry. General anaesthesia. Anaesthesia in dentistry and maxillofacial surgery. Shock: types, mechanisms, treatment. General anesthesia: Intubation – techniques, equipment, application; Anesthesia workstation – how does it work?; General anesthesia monitoring; Documentation and complications; The role of anesthesiologist in postoperative period. Regional anaesthesia. Neuraxial blockades. Acute pain treatment Anesthesia in various fields, with particular emphasis on dental and maxillofacial surgery Peripheral venous accesses in dentistry. Shock: types, mechanisms, treatment