Vocational School of Health Sciences

Anesthesia

Duration 2 Years
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About the Program

The task of anesthesia technicians is to assist the authorized anesthesiologist in the health sector, take part in patient preparation and to be in the nearest hospital, i.e. in the operating room, during the procedure. The anesthesia program graduates are trained to be very close to the patient, be familiar with his or her illness, the drugs to be used, and what the conditions are. Our training program aims to provide the students with the necessary knowledge and skills in this field. It is important to train technicians who will be able to perform preoperative patient preparation, support the anesthesiologist during surgery, and undertake patient control and supervision after the operation. Apart from advanced anesthesia machines and different anesthesia techniques, students are also taught about sterilization and emergency patient care.

Educational Opportunities

A strong academic and physical infrastructure has been prepared for this program. Students also have summer internships in addition to their yearly practices related to their professions. There is a wide range of possibilities as internship for students. There are possibilities of reinforcement during the semester practices with experienced instructors to apply the learning outcomes. There are many clubs and facilities that support social, cultural and sports activities that students can benefit from in our university. It is one of the greatest advantages of the Department of Anatomy, Department of Occupational Skills Laboratory (Anesthesiology and Reanimation), the Anthropometry Laboratory, Department of Health Sciences, which includes various body analyzers and metabolism measurement devices. Our experienced faculty members are educated with the most up-to-date information and continue to develop professionally.

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Career Areas

The graduates of the program earn the title of anesthesia technician by completing all the required professional practices and internships in the program. Currently, the hospitals in TRNC and Turkey have operating rooms and these units need trained staff. A large part of the existing graduate anesthesia technicians have been recruited by the Ministry of Health. Private hospitals, polyclinics, laboratories, medical centers, dispensaries, health centers, community health centers constitute the main employment alternatives for the graduates of this program.

Contact

Vocational School of Health Sciences
Çevik Uraz Center, CU206
Tel: +90 392 671 1111 Extension: 2251
School E-mail: secretary-vhs@ciu.edu.tr
Director E-mail: sangin@ciu.edu.tr

Compulsory modules

First Semester
INTRODUCTION TO ANATOMY

Course code

ANAT100

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

4
Basic terms and concepts related to anatomy, structure and types of cells, musculoskeletal system, blood and fluid-electrolytes, anatomical features of the heart and vascular structures, upper and lower airway anatomical structures, thorax and mammary system, anatomical structures of the central nervous system, the anatomical structures of the peripheral nervous system, sensory organs, pituitary gland and other endocrine system structures, digestive tract organs and structures of auxiliary organs and glands, urogenital system of male and female reproductive systems.
BASIC ANESTHESIA

Course code

ANST105

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
In this course, the students will be introduced to the course description with the history of anesthesia and anesthesia, the anesthesiologist role, duties and legal powers, duties are learning the definition of legal authority and responsibility restrictions. Clinical anesthesia machines and circuits, assist in anesthesia equipment, monitoring, inhalation anesthetics, one suitable for intravenous anesthetics, opioids anesthetics, muscle relaxants and their antagonists, local anesthetics, vasoactive agents, premedication agents, preoperative assessment, airway anatomy and intubation, general anesthesia, initiation, maintenance and termination, regional anesthesia, central and gain the necessary theoretical knowledge and practical skills required in the course of taking lessons with peripheral blocks issues.
ANESTHESIA PRACTICE-I

Course code

ANST107

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
In this course students will learn the anesthetized positions required by the application prior to general anesthesia and general anesthesia patient assessment and patient preparation prior to anesthesia material to be made for the purpose of operation and operation of the property. In order to see with all the vital functions of the patient to the monitoring of patients. Induction of anesthesia. initially the patient's anesthesia, the period during which the patient is exposed to anesthetics and operations to ensure the end of the process bears airway patency. The saglanamadıg of airway patency cases provide airway clearance endotracheal intubation with AMC. Emergency endotracheal intubation and ineffective in such cases alternative methods of airway and ventilation Avoid the patient's progress. Central catheterization. Ending the practice of general anesthesia. possible complications during and after anesthesia.
BASIC COMPUTING

Course code

BILT110

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

4
Basic concepts are related to information technologies, software and hardware, peripherals, software, operating systems in general, using operating system, windows, menus, files, word processing programs, general information about word processor, using word processing software, spreadsheet programs, table general information about the programs, basic concepts and toolbars, preparing and using formulas, using ready functions, sorting data, general information about the presentation program, data presentation, preparing a presentation program, adding new slides, slime, zooming in and out, giving effect to presentation. , slideshow, internet usage in education, what is a virus, what is a worm, what is a Trojan horse, protect the operating system from viruses, passwords, the effects of information technologies on social structure and its place in education, information systems security and related ethics concepts.
GENERAL PHARMACOLOGY

Course code

ECZN210

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

Supply of drugs, absorption of drugs that are applied to the body , distribution, biotransformation and removal from the body, route and dose with interactions and adverse effects from other drugs, nervous system, cardiovascular system, characteristics of drug effects on the body shape of the blood , pharmacokinetics effects, adverse effects, drug interactions, usage and knowledge of the dose, cardiotonic glycosides, antiarrhythmic drugs, adrenergic agonist and antagonist drugs knowledge and apply the hypotensive drug application form. Central nervous system drugs, drugs that affect the autonomic nervous system, effective drugs to the respiratory tract, effective drugs for the digestive system. Endocrine system effective drugs, urinary system drugs. Hemolytic chemotherapeutic drugs, diuretics and medications to regulate the fluid-electrolyte balance application. Antibiotics drugs derived application. Drug application and the effects are aimed to be learned.
ELEMENTARY ENGLISH-I

Course code

INGL123

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
The course introduces students with basic speech patterns at the elementary level. Through listening students will identify different sound rhythms and practice pronunciation of letters, words and phrases. Through speaking students will identify different register and use the given language in an appropriate way. In addition students will be able to define themselves or others, answer questions in the Present Simple tense, use the prepositions of place, and talk about their daily routines. Through reading students read paragraphs and simple texts to improve their general comprehension of the passages, and answer the given comprehension questions. Through writing, students will be able to compose guided,controlled paragraphs in the Present Simple tense, and recycle the obtained new vocabulary to produce their own sentences.
SYSTEM DISEASES

Course code

SGBL107

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
This course ogreci of body systems, by providing systems to learn about physiology and pathological conditions in the system for each system; respiratory physiology and respiratory system diseases, drugs, circulatory physiology and dolos system diseases drugs, digestive system physiology and gastrointestinal patients, medications, urinary tract physiology and urinary tract diseases, drugs, endocrine system and endocrine system diseases, drugs, neurological system physiology and neurological system diseases medicines, musculoskeletal physiology and musculoskeletal diseases, drugs, infectious diseases and medicines, skin and subcutaneous tissue diseases and drugs, musculoskeletal and connective tissue disorders and general treatment of this disease, no drug application required by the pathological state of the system He will gain the skills.
MEDICAL TERMINOLOGY

Course code

SGBL130

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

In the medical terminology course, students will have information about the history of terminology and introduction to medical terminology. Understands the basic principles of medical terminology. Medical terms; analyzes the root, prefix and suffix structures. Recognize, understand and understand medical terminological words such as radiological terms, nuclear medicine terms, clinical terms, laboratory terms, recognize the terms related to anatomical, diagnostic, operations and symptoms of body systems and organs. Understands the whole body related region, disease and disease symptoms in the systematic of medical terminology. Explains the importance of medical terms in corporate communication and basic terms related to human structure and terms that refer direction, plane and movement.
TURKISH I:WRITING COMMUNICATION

Course code

TREG113

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
The main objective of this course is to provide the students with the necessary background of written language and written communication disciplines. The course has a structure that examines a wide range of written expression. This course also provides students with the opportunity to process the newly acquired knowledge and learn how to apply the new knowledge acquired to new situations. Students can write their ideas, decisions, etc. in written narration by making free and planned writing applications in different types of writing. learn the ways to express correctly.
Second Semester
CLINICAL ANESTHESIA-I

Course code

ANST102

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

4
In this course, students will learn; general surgical operations and anesthesia, anesthesia in urinary system diseases, anesthesia in urinary system surgery, anesthesia in obstetric and gynecological operations, anesthesia in neurosurgery, anesthesia in cardiovascular diseases, anesthesia in cardiovascular surgery, anesthesia in lung diseases, anesthesia in thoracic surgery, anesthesia in pediatric surgery, liver physiology and anesthesia, abdominal surgery and anesthesia, physiology and anesthesia in mother and fetus, pediatric physiology and anesthesia, anesthesia in neurosurgery, anesthesia in orthopedic procedures, neurophysiology and anesthesia, anesthesia in otolaryngology, anesthesia in endoscopic procedures, anesthesia in surgical interventions requiring sutures, general principles of modern intensive care and intensive care, outpatient anesthesia, anesthesia in geriatric patients, anesthesia in outpatient surgery, drug intoxications, malignant.
REANIMATION-I

Course code

ANST104

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

4
In this course; definition, history and types of intensive care will be explained. Than; Job description in the reanimation unit, definition of patient in intensive care clinic, patient care and treatment in intensive care clinic. Mouth, hair and body care, cannula, catheter, stoma, endotracheal tube care, position change, pressure sores, intensive care devices and their use, entereal nutrition, parenteral nutrition, reanimation unit patient follow-up, aspiration sterility, nasogastric catheter, urinary catheter, oxygen follow-up and diagnostic methods in the light of a wide range of theoretical and practical information, including treatment and treatment indications for each pathological condition. Determination of prognosis. Sedation, analgesia, muscle relaxation in intensive care. Shock, acute renal failure. Coma, brain death, sepsis, meningitis.
INTRODUCTION TO PHYSIOLOGY

Course code

FIZY100

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

4
Basic concepts and terms in physiology. Functions of the cell, respiratory mechanics, oxygen and carbon dioxide transport and functions in the blood, functions of the heart, blood and lymph circulation, fluid-electrolytes, central nervous system, peripheral neural system, digestive system, endocrine system, sensory organs, excretory system. The sum of chemical phenomena in which large molecules are destroyed in small molecules and large molecules are formed from small molecules. Movement of internal or external electrical signal, hormone and gland to detect and respond to changes in the movement (all structural levels) = whole body as a organ level, cell level or as a component of the cell to be able to act, the cells or cells between the cells increase in number and volume, differentiation of cells for a specific task, formation of new cells or individuals.
ELEMENTARY ENGLISH-II

Course code

INGL124

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

4
INGL124 is the continuation of INGL123. The course integrates the four main skills at a higher elementary level for students. Through recessive skills, which are listening and reading, students identify different sound rhythms and practice the pronunciation of letters, words and phrases. Also, by reading higher level paragraphs and texts, students infer the meaning of new words by using their existing vocabulary. Through productive skills, which are speaking and writing, students identify different register and use the given language in an appropriate way. Furthermore, students use the Present Continuous and Past Simple tenses to participate in basic dialogues and daily exchanges, and express themselves effectively. Also, through writing, students produce their own sentences by recycling the obtained new vocabulary in guided, controlled paragraphs they compose.
STERILIZATION METHODS

Course code

SGBL108

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
students will learn the sterilization methods classification of microorganisms, properties, structures, transmission routes and disease. Then, they will be given information about the mechanism for hospital infections, and the recent common nosocomial infection agents will be described. They will then be given the basic concepts on sterilization and disinfection methods. lot of heat in physical sterilization and dry sterilization with hot steam sterilization by filtration, sterilization by radiation, tyndallization, chemical sterilization and sterilization control, disinfectants used in the disinfection process, classification of disinfectant, disinfectant selection of an ideal disinfectant properties, mechanisms and effects on microorganisms disinfectant antimicrobial they create resistance mechanisms against microorganisms will be covered. Finally, sterilization and disinfection methods used in intensive care units and emergency departments will be described.
ELEKTROKARDIYOGRAFI

Course code

SGBL150

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

Course description, introduction, purpose, and lecturer. Goals, heart Electrophysiology, EKG, ECG wave and interval of units of assessment, interpretation of normal ECG, ECG findings St elevation Acute MI, the overall assessment, Acute non-St elevation MI ECG findings, introduction arrhythmia, sweet slices, AV block, right bundle branch and left blocks. Diagnosis and treatment of basic cardiac rhythms and arrhythmias of the heart anatomy-physiology, messaging system, leads, capture and monitoring ECG, systemic ECG analysis, ECG and pacemaker rhythm, QRs waves and the detection of pathological conditions and features of the peacemaker function disorders make the necessary interventions to be able to. At the end of this course, the student, to define electrophysiology your heart, the ECG will be able to explain the features and footage Featured will be able to describe ECG waves. Life-threatening will be able to recognize the arrhythmia, on the other hand, recognizes the ECG findings
MODERN TURKISH HISTORY

Course code

TARH100

Credit

0

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
In this course, Ottoman state and society, factors causing the collapse of the state; Ottoman modernization; Tripoli and Balkan Wars, World War I, Mudros Armistice and Sevres Agreement; parties and associations, the national resistance movement led by Mustafa Kemal, the Havza and Amasya Circulars, the Congresses, the National Pact, the Turkish Grand National Assembly; the rebellions, the regular army and the War of Independence; the Mudanya Armistice, the Lausanne Peace Treaty; Revolution in the political field, secularization of the state and society, abolition of the sultanate, declaration of the republic, abolition of the caliphate; 1921 and 1924 constitutions, constitutional changes; Sheikh Said Rebellion; Multi-party experience, secularization and modernization in law, nationalization and secularization in education, Kemalizm and 6 principles, Turkish foreign policy(1923-1938) are covered.
TURKISH II:ORAL COMMUNICATION

Course code

TREG114

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
The main aim of this course is to provide the students with the knowledge of communication; understanding, listening, self-expression, understanding speech and communication through body language. Basic features of oral language and verbal communication, basic principles of good speech; The basic features of a good speaker such as the preparation of the necessary information in the social life after the preparation of the unprepared and prepared speech, the transfer of ideas towards the other side of the information will be given to students with practical studies. Studies on speech samples and oral expression practices will be done. At the end of the course, students will be able to manage communication conflicts as well as to demonstrate interpersonal communication skills in group discussions.
UNIVERSITY ELECTIVE

Course code

UNISXX1

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

3
UNIVERSITY ELECTIVE
Third Semester
SUMMER TRAINING

Course code

ANST200

Credit

0

Theoretical

0

Practical

0

Ects

CLINICAL ANESTHESIA-II

Course code

ANST201

Credit

4

Theoretical

2

Practical

4

Ects

In this course, students will have the necessary knowledge and application skills related to; anesthesia in eye, ear, nose and throat surgical operations, anesthesia in plastic surgery operations, anesthesia in laparoscopic surgical operations, anesthesia in operations in geriatric patients, anesthesia in the operation of obese patients, anesthesia in patients with burns, maling hyperthermia, anesthesia in special cases and rare diseases, anesthesia in orthopedic surgery, anesthetic applications outside the operating room (endoscopy, EEG, radiological interventions), Monitorize anesthetic care, anesthesia of organ transplants, central blocks (spinal, epidural), peripheral nerve blocks, post operative pain control, Using PCA, anesthesia in endocrine surgery, Complications in general and regional anesthesia and diagnosis, heart-lung pump, infusion pumps and medicines.
ANESTHESIA PRACTICE-II

Course code

ANST203

Credit

4

Theoretical

2

Practical

4

Ects

6
Cardiovascular system physiology and anesthesia, Respiratory physiology and anesthesia. Neurophysiology and anesthesia. Renal physiology and anesthesia. Liver physiology and anesthesia. Physiology and anesthesia in mother and fetus, pediatric physiology and anesthesia, anesthesia in neurosurgery, anesthesia in orthopedic procedures. Anesthesia induction. Endotracheal intubation with unclear airway clearance in cases where airway clearance cannot be achieved. In the case of emergencies and ineffective endotracheal intubation, alternative airway methods that can be used to maintain the patient's ventilation. Central catheterisation. Termination of general anesthesia. Complications during and after anesthesia.
REANIMATION-II

Course code

ANST205

Credit

3

Theoretical

2

Practical

2

Ects

6
In this course the following will be taught; infusion pumps, feeding pumps, acid base balance, blood and blood products transfusion, IV fluid treatment, mechanical ventilation, mechanical ventilation modes, types of mechanical ventilation, braindeath, organ donation, patient transport, infestations, intoxications, infectious patients, intensive care infections, Determination of prognosis. Sedation in intensive care, analgesia, muscle relaxation. Shock, acute renal failure. Coma, brain death, sepsis, meningitis. Hospital infections, artificial respiration application models, total nutrition, respiratory system problems. Questions related to CVS, neurological problems, MOF, head trauma and reanimation. Evaluation of consciousness. Malignant hyperterni. Burns. Necessary knowledge and skills related to acute poisoning.
ANESTHESIC PHARMACOLOGY

Course code

ANST207

Credit

3

Theoretical

3

Practical

0

Ects

5
In this course the following will be learned; evaluation of fluid-electrolyte balance, acid-base electrolytes, intravenous fluids, blood and blood products, local electrodes, basic principles of clinical pharmacology, IV anesthetics, inhalation anesthetics, opioids, benzodiazepines. Muscle relaxants. Cholinesterase inhibitors, anticholinergic drugs, adrenergic agonists and antagonists. Cardiotonic glycosides. antiarrhythmic drugs, application and precautions against side effects and possible complications, Adrenergic agonist and antagonist drugs apply and take necessary measures against complications and side effects, To apply hypotensive drugs. Central nervous system drugs. To know the drugs acting on the autonomic nervous system, application and taking necessary precautions for side effects.
FIRST AID

Course code

IAYM220

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

Human body structure and functioning, basic life functions, basic concepts of first aid and the importance of application of these concepts; What to do, injuries, wound care, the interventions that need to be done during wound care. Fractures, dislocations, sprains and injuries and interventions to be made at the first time, Heat-related problems, First interventions to be made in heat related problems, Poisonings, Consciousness disturbances, Strangulation, foreign bodies, the first interventions in problems related to. They will have information about transportation techniques, winding techniques, first aid kit.
PATIENT RIGHTS

Course code

SGBL204

Credit

1

Theoretical

1

Practical

0

Ects

2
The right to life is the most important human right. Every human being has the right to be respected as an asset. Every human being has the right to mental and physical health and safety. Every human being has the right to respect for private life. Every human, moral and cultural values, has the right to respect for their religious and philosophical convictions. Every human health, appropriate preventive measures, protection and assistance to the doctor has the right to be healthy at the highest level possible. The universal declaration of human rights. The declaration of the World Medical Association. Patients' rights regulations. In written text about life in Anya’s rights and laws. Generally benefit from health services and request information. Choosing the health care provider and staff and change, reject, stop and consent. Respect for human values, dignity and visual comfort. Applications, complaints and litigation rights. Patient privacy, autonomy, integrity, equality, equity, risk-benefit lit, the right to consent, the right to respect for private life and privacy, the right to dignified treatment, health education right, consists of subjects.
Fourth Semester
VOCATIONAL PRACTICE

Course code

ANST202

Credit

10

Theoretical

0

Practical

20

Ects

24
This course provides students with the training period at the end of three, apparently consolidate knowledge and experience in Courses during school education behalf of the institution, accompanied by experienced practice supervisors of work experience in a hospital and in the areas that is scraped off the 14-week training program. To be determined by interviewing the student before the start of an internship the last semester with the approval of the internship Committee shall be approved and in place, to gain work experience and practical application will do. The student application will be evaluated by the supervisor in charge at the end of that student to the school administration and are evaluated with the petition and will send information about the internship evaluation form. Both the application class as part of the student sufficient practical experience to be gained both theoretical knowledge reinforced at the end of semester it is intended.
ALAN SEÇMELI

Course code

ANSTXX1

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
ALAN SEÇMELİ
ALAN SEÇMELI

Course code

ANSTXX2

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
ALAN SEÇMELİ

Optional modules

OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY

Course code

ISAG230

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

2
In this course, students will learn basic national and international Occupational Health and Safety Law. Detailed information will be given about applications that may provide foreseen about occupational health and safety and applications will be supported with examples. The students will also learn the basic principles of risk.
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES IN HEALTH

Course code

SGBL280

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

The place and importance in the social sciences and the behavioral sciences . Sociology inputs and methods , the emergence of sociology and theoretical approaches , culture and behavior, social influences on behavior, society , social structure and behavior , socialization and behavior , social groups , social institutions, social stratification, change and behavioral psychology , lifelong developmental psychology motivation , emotions and behavior, sensation, perception and behavior, learning and behavior, personality psychology and personality theories, attitudes, interpersonal communication and mass communication processes, case studies and industry examples investigation sitres management and behavior , case studies and industry examples investigation. What is stress , stress -causing factors . In business methods to eliminate stress . diseases caused by stress. Physical and mental illness. causes of conflict in healthcare institutions. What are the factors of conflict prevention .
PUBLIC HEALTH AND MEDICAL DEONTOLOGY

Course code

SGBL202

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
In this course, the definition of health and disease will be introduced and public health will be discussed. Then, healthy life rules will be discussed. Basic determinants of health will be taught and discussed with examples from the world. Students will learn about basic health services. Courses will also be processed in the health organization in Turkey. Students will learn basic nutrition and health education which is an important issue in public health. Information about occupational and occupational health will be discussed. Students will learn about family planning which is an important public health issue. Information regarding immunization services will be given in terms of public health. The effect of environmental pollution on health will be discussed. The effect of ethics and moral rules on type and health will be discussed in a deontological way.
PUBLIC HEALTH AND MEDICAL DEONTOLOGY

Course code

SGBL202

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
In this course, the definition of health and disease will be introduced and public health will be discussed. Then, healthy life rules will be discussed. Basic determinants of health will be taught and discussed with examples from the world. Students will learn about basic health services. The course also will be processed health organization in Turkey. Students will learn basic nutrition and health education which is an important issue in public health. Information on occupational and occupational health will be given and discussed. Students will learn about family planning which is an important public health issue. Information regarding immunization services will be given in terms of public health. The effect of environmental pollution on health will be discussed. The effect of ethics and ethics on type and health will be discussed deontologically.
BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES IN HEALTH

Course code

SGBL280

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

The place and importance in the social sciences and the behavioral sciences . Sociology inputs and methods , the emergence of sociology and theoretical approaches , culture and behavior, social influences on behavior, society , social structure and behavior , socialization and behavior , social groups , social institutions, social stratification, change and behavioral psychology , lifelong developmental psychology motivation , emotions and behavior, sensation, perception and behavior, learning and behavior, personality psychology and personality theories, attitudes, interpersonal communication and mass communication processes, case studies and industry examples investigation sitres management and behavior , case studies and industry examples investigation. What is stress , stress -causing factors . In business methods to eliminate stress . diseases caused by stress. Physical and mental illness. causes of conflict in healthcare institutions. What are the factors of conflict prevention .
INFECTION DISEASE

Course code

SGBL160

Credit

2

Theoretical

2

Practical

0

Ects

3
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