Surgical Procedures I (SRG121)
This course provides theoretical principles for the successful preparation, performance, and completion of basic and intermediate surgical procedures. Emphasis is placed on related surgical anatomy, pathology, and procedures that enhance theoretical knowledge of perioperative patient care. Core and specialty surgical procedures related to general, OB/GYN, genitourinary, orthopedic, and ophthalmic surgical specialties are discussed. Also included are surgical pharmacology, diagnostic procedures, care of specimens and emergency procedures. Pre-requisites: SRG111, SRG115. Co-requisites: BIO190, PSY101, SRG125. Credit: 4 hours.