POM5004 - Organ Dysfunction II
12 points, SCA Band 3, 0.250 EFTSL
|Faculty||Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences|
|Offered||Semester 1, 2017 (27 February 2017 - 26 May 2017)|
|Coordinator(s)||Dr Stuart Marshall, Dr Maggie Wong|
Students will gain knowledge of the pathogenesis and perioperative management of patients with infectious diseases, neurological and neuromuscular disorders, high risk obstetrics and psychiatric disorders. In addition, students will learn to identify the impact of ageing and geriatric care and optimize the management of these patients in the perioperative period.
- Describe the impact of infectious diseases on the perioperative management of patients and formulate a perioperative management plan for these patients.
- Recognise the causes of high risk pregnancies and evaluate the rationale for optimum patient outcome for mother and child in these conditions.
- Explain the pathophysiology of neurological and neuromuscular disorders and formulate a management plan for the perioperative care of these patients.
- Describe the changes of ageing and geriatric care on physiology and apply this knowledge to formulate a perioperative management plan which addresses these changes.
- Formulate a perioperative management plan that is appropriate for a patient with psychiatric disorders Correlate these with the patient's clinical signs and symptoms.
Format of unit
- Online course content.
- Essay (3000 words) = 26%
- MCQ exam (1 hour) = 10%
- Four Short Essays (1000 words each at 12% each) = 48%
- Two Group Case Assignments (2500 words per group at 8% each) = 16%
List of Topics
20 hours per week
Professor Paul Myles
Dr. Stuart Marshall
Dr. Maggie Wong
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