37372 - Anesthesiology 2 (AK-B)

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This teaching activity contributes to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals of the UN 2030 Agenda.

Good health and well-being

Academic Year 2021/2022

Learning outcomes

At the end of the course, the student will be able to understand the pathophysiological bases of chronic pain, evaluate a patient with chronic pain and, to identify the different kinds of pain therapy (instrumental and pharmacological).

Course contents

The course is structured to provide the student with notions on the treatment of pain as delineated by the "core curriculum" of the International Association for the Study of the Pain (IASP). [" Outline curriculum on pain for medical schools - IASP to ad hoc Subcommittee on Medical School Courses and Curriculum"(1988) and" Core curriculum for professional education in pain - Task Force On Professional Education, Howard L. Fields, Editor - IASP" (1991)]:
1. Approach and evaluation of the patient with chronic pain
2. management of chronic neuropathic pain
3. Multimodal therapy (instrumental and pharmacological)
5. therapeutic Cannabis basic concepts for chronic pain.


  • Material and slides provided by the teacher.

Teaching methods

Interactive frontal lessons with PC projection of the didactic material and clinical case movies.
Particular attention will be given to the application of the neurphysiopathology and clinical pharmacology notions in pain therapy.

Assessment methods

This course is part of an integrated course. The exam at the end of this course aims to evaluate the achievement of the teaching objectives presented during the lessons according to the program of this particular course. The student will be assessed to verify the achievement of the teaching objectives by the person responsible for this particular course through a quiz of 9 questions with multiple choices at the end of the lesson cycle.
Multiple choice quiz: 4 answers 1 correct only.
9 questions per subject CI (anesthesia, m.dolore, emergency surgery, emergency medicine, ch maxillofacial) for a total of 45 questions
0.675 points for each correct answer; 0 points for each wrong / missed answer
100% accurate answers 30 and praise
time available for test 45 '
The exam is passed if you reach: 5 correct answers for each of the CI subjects.
Oral exam on the topics of the program as they were developed during the lessons.

Teaching tools

The content of the lessons will be delivered to the students at the end of the course as pdf foles of the slides.

Office hours

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