The Thoracic Anesthesia rotation is where fellows acquire experience in the management of patients undergoing thoracic surgery, including lung isolation and one-lung ventilation techniques.
The Bariatric Anesthesia rotation focuses on the management of morbidly obese patients undergoing bariatric surgery. The Anesthesia for High Risk Obstetrics rotation focuses on the management of parturients with severe preeclampsia and parturients with placenta accrete.
Clinical Anesthesia Rotations
The Regional Anesthesia rotation allows the fellow to acquire experience in ultrasound-guided nerve blocks. Anesthesia for Major Orthopedic Procedures rotation focuses on anesthesia techniques for joint replacement surgeries. The schedule of rotations and the length of each rotation will be chosen jointly between the attending and the program director in order to meet your educational goals.
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Experience in pediatric anesthesia is also offered, in conjunction with the division of pediatric anesthesia at Lucile Salter Packard Children's Hospital. Rotations in clinical anesthesia CA are one week, two weeks, or four weeks spent in the following areas:.
In your CA-1 year, the first four weeks are spent in an intensive individualized training period during which you will be assigned to one attending for two weeks, then a second attending for another two weeks. Specific educational objectives are provided at the onset of the rotation. By the end of the first month you will have achieved basic clinical skills, and the remainder of your first year will be spent improving these skills and learning new techniques.
In your CA-1 and CA-2 year, you will begin your subspecialty experience by rotating through cardiothoracic, neuroanesthesia, pediatrics, obstetrics, pain, and regional. You will revisit clinical subspecialties you rotated through as a CA-1, although as a CA-2 you will be assigned the more challenging cases with more advanced educational objectives.
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As a CA-3, you will work with the residency director Dr.