ANESTESIOLOGIA E FARMACOLOGIA

Degree course: 
Academic year when starting the degree: 
2019/2020
Year: 
2
Academic year in which the course will be held: 
2020/2021
Credits: 
5
Period: 
First Semester
Standard lectures hours: 
60
Requirements: 

Basic knowledge of anatomy, organ physiology, biochemistry and general pathology (topics covered during the first year of study) are useful for understanding the topics covered during the course. There are no constraining prerequisites for this integrated course.

Final Examination: 
Orale

The learning assessment consists of an oral test for PHARMACOLOGY and a written test for GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGY and MEDICAL SURGICAL EMERGENCIES

To pass the exam, the student must demonstrate adequate theoretical knowledge of the topics covered during the course and be able to properly expose the knowledge acquired. To pass the exam a positive outcome (pass mark: 18 thirtieths) must be obtained for both tests scheduled for each of the two modules. The final evaluation will be the average of the evaluations of the two tests, provided that both are sufficient.

PHARMACOLOGY: oral test. Students will be asked both wide-ranging and more specific questions. The student must demonstrate the ability to properly expose the knowledge acquired regarding the fundamental principles of pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics that condition the correct drug dosage, the mechanisms of drug actions and toxicity in healthy individuals and patients and the characteristics of the therapeutic classes addressed in the clas . The answers will be positively evaluated depending on the completeness and synthesis in the presentation of the topics, also using diagrams and graphs.

GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGY and MEDICAL SURGICAL EMERGENCIES: The student will have to elaborate a written test consisting of 30 multiple choice questions, to be solved in 45 '. Each correct answer is worth one point, while incorrect answers are worth 0 points. At the end of the test, the candidate is invited to view what has been elaborated and the result obtained. The test aims to evaluate the degree of learning of the topics discussed and experienced during the course.

Assessment: 
Voto Finale

EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The integrated course of ANESTHESIOLOGY AND FAMACOLOGY takes place in the first semester of the second year and is inclusive of the teachings of:
-PHARMACOLOGY - credits 2
-GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGY and MEDICAL-SURGICAL EMERGENCIES– credits 2
-MEDICAL AND SURGICAL EMERGENCIES - credits 1

The educational objectives to which the teaching aims are to offer an integrated and critical vision of the principles of pharmacology and anesthesiology in the general and specialist field at the perioperative and cardiovascular level. The course also aims to provide students with information regarding the tools
necessary to implement basic resuscitation maneuvers and to face
emergency clinical situations.
The course also has the task of providing a vocabulary and a scientific lexicon in the pharmacological, anesthesiological and emergency-urgency medicine fields.

EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTS
At the end of the course the student will be able to:
- describe the general principles regarding the interaction between the human body and drugs in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and the risk factors related to their use.
- know the fundamental criteria for the management, storage and use of medicines in the hospital setting.
- describe the pharmacological and toxicological characteristics of the main therapeutic groups of drugs used in the perioperative and cardiovascular fields.
- know and correctly perform some first aid procedures to ensure the support of vital functions and their restoration in the intra- and extra-hospital emergency;
-know the resuscitation problems and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of anaphylactic shock;
-know the building blocks of the various anesthesiologic techniques necessary for the correct execution of the operating procedure and the protection of the patient from surgical trauma
EDUCATIONAL OBJECTIVES
The integrated course of ANESTHESIOLOGY AND FAMACOLOGY takes place in the first semester of the second year and is inclusive of the teachings of:
 PHARMACOLOGY - credits 2
 GENERAL ANESTHESIOLOGY and MEDICAL-SURGICAL EMERGENCIES– credits 2
 MEDICAL AND SURGICAL EMERGENCIES - credits 1

The educational objectives to which the teaching aims are to offer an integrated and critical vision of the principles of pharmacology and anesthesiology in the general and specialist field at the perioperative and cardiovascular level. The course also aims to provide students with information regarding the tools
necessary to implement basic resuscitation maneuvers and to face
emergency clinical situations.
The course also has the task of providing a vocabulary and a scientific lexicon in the pharmacological, anesthesiological and emergency-urgency medicine fields.

EXPECTED LEARNING RESULTS
At the end of the course the student will be able to:
- describe the general principles regarding the interaction between the human body and drugs in the diagnosis, prevention and treatment of diseases and the risk factors related to their use.
- know the fundamental criteria for the management, storage and use of medicines in the hospital setting.
- describe the pharmacological and toxicological characteristics of the main therapeutic groups of drugs used in the perioperative and cardiovascular fields.
- know and correctly perform some first aid procedures to ensure the support of vital functions and their restoration in the intra- and extra-hospital emergency;
-know the resuscitation problems and therapeutic strategies for the treatment of anaphylactic shock;
-know the building blocks of the various anesthesiologic techniques necessary for the correct execution of the operating procedure and the protection of the patient from surgical trauma