ANES 4011: Hemodynamic and Physiological Monitoring
This course establishes the relationship between cardiopulmonary physiology and pathophysiology and the technical aspects of hemodynamic monitoring. Included in this course is the study of preoperative assessment and preparation of the patient, monitoring during anesthesia, general anesthesia techniques and postoperative care of the patient. On completion of this course, students should be able to understand the techniques and equipment involved in hemodynamic monitoring and their role in the assessment and treatment of cardiovascular and pulmonary disease.
Note: This advanced studies course is designed for allied health professionals who work in critical-care environments. ANES 4011 is part of TRU's Anesthesia Assistant Diploma Program. It is assumed that students enrolling in this course have a basic working knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and blood gases.
- Describe the anatomy and physiology and physical assessment techniques for the cardiovascular system.
- Describe the technical components of hemodynamic monitoring.
- Outline the various monitoring techniques for venous and arterial systems, the pulmonary artery, cardiac output, and oxygenation.
- Describe hemodynamic monitoring for pediatric and cardiac disease patients.
This course is divided into nine modules, which are further divided into topics of study. Each module consists of learning outcomes, an activity checklist, and learning activities.
- Module A: Describe the Anatomy and Physiology of the Cardiovascular System
- Module B: Physical Assessment of the Cardiovascular System
- Module C: Describe the Technical Components of Hemodynamic Monitoring
- Module D: Describe Arterial Pressure Monitoring
- Module E: Describe Central Venous Pressure Monitoring
- Module F: Describe Pulmonary Artery Pressure Monitoring
- Module G: Describe Cardiac Output Monitoring
- Module H: Describe Monitoring of Oxygenation
- Module I: Describe Hemodynamic Monitoring in Pediatrics
- Module J: Describe Hemodynamic Monitoring in Patients with Cardiac Disease
Required text and materials
The following materials are required for this course
- Darovic, G. O. (2002). Hemodynamic monitoring: Invasive and non-invasive clinical
application. (3rd. ed.) Philadelphia, PA: W.B. Saunders.
Type: Textbook ISBN: 9780721692937
- Butterworth, J., Wasnick, J., & Mackey, D. (2018). Morgan & Mikhail’s clinical
anesthesiology. (6th ed.). New York, NY: McGraw-Hill, Lange.
Type: Textbook ISBN: 9781259834424
Note: This textbook is also used in ANES 4005, 4021, and 4031.
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To successfully complete this course, students must achieve a passing grade of 50% or higher on the overall course, and 50% or higher on the final mandatory exam. Students applying this course toward any TRU Health Care program may be required to obtain a minimum 60% on the course overall to meet program requirements.
|Assignment 1: Pressure Transducers||10%|
|Midterm Exam 1 (Modules A-D)||20%|
|Assignment 2: Invasive vs. Non-Invasive CO Monitoring||10%|
|Midterm Exam 2 (Modules E-H)||20%|
|Final Exam (mandatory)||40%|
Open Learning Faculty Member Information
An Open Learning Faculty Member is available to assist students. Students will receive the necessary contact information at the start of the course.