1) Introduce and guide the student to the knowledge of the pathologies of surgical interest to the physiopathology, to the symptomatology to the main diagnostics, to the surgical therapy.
2) Knowledge of the main perioperative problems of patients operated on for the main interventions.
3) Knowledge of patient preparation for interventions and perioperative monitoring.
At the end of the module, the student will develop the cognitive, clinical judgment and communication skills necessary to take charge of the person with health problems that require urological competence treatments, in an elective and urgent regime, selected on the basis of their relevance epidemiological and exemplarity. He will also have acquired the knowledge, on urological problems, on etiopathogenesis, epidemiology (in particular old age) and clinical aspects, and primary and secondary prevention, with elements that allow the cultural and operational sharing of the ' use of technologies in the diagnostic-therapeutic process. Problems treated: Urinary tract infections, Pathophysiology of urination (problems of filling and emptying of the bladder), neoplasms of urological relevance, general post-operative management of the urological patient in the short and long term. With respect to the selected clinical situations of surgical interest, the student must be able to: Acquire knowledge on surgical and endoscopic procedures of: Kidney, upper urinary tract, bladder, and prostate. Identify the main problems of the person undergoing surgery in the perioperative phase such as: cystoclysis management, catheter management, urostomy management, support for functional recovery and rehabilitation and related nursing interventions, all based on scientific evidence. In addition, he must be able to identify educational interventions aimed at people who need to continue treatment at home or continue self-management of the disease.
1) Theoretical lectures with integration of methodological clinical reasoning based on the pathophysiology of diseases and clinical pictures,
2) Presentation of real, particular and common clinical cases with images of patients and iconography of diagnostic tests and intraoperative findings.
3) Films of surgical interventions to demonstrate the real findings of diagnostics and clinical cases
4) WHERE possible: Small group internship at the Surgical Clinic UOC and at the Pronto
Rescue / MCAU -
If the teaching is given in a mixed or remote mode, the necessary changes may be introduced with respect to what was previously stated, in order to respect the program envisaged and reported in the syllabus
1) Hernias and hernias. Generaltà and treatment classification
2) Biliary pathology, calculosis, general jaundice and treatment classification
3) Surgical pathology of the esophagus and GERD reflux disease
4) Intestinal obstruction
5) Abdominal ostomies
6) Acute pancreatitis General, physiopathology.
7) Hypovolemic and septic shock - Generality, etiopathogenesis and treatment
8) Neoplastic pathology of the digestive system. Generalities and symptoms
9) Hemorrhagic syndromes of the digestive system (portal hypertension, esophageal varices, melaena, rectorhagia
10) Appendicitis, diverticulitis, cholecystitis and peritonitis
11) Diverticular disease of the colon
13) Polytrauma and abdomen trauma. Generalities, definitions of pre- and in-hospital management complications
14) Drains / SNGs / Catheters
Should teaching be carried out in mixed mode or remotely, it may be necessary to introduce changes with respect to previous statements, in line with the programme planned and outlined in the syllabus.
1) CHIRURGIA by RENZO DIONIGI - Publisher: Elsevier
2) Any Text of Surgery for Courses of Nursing Sciences
F. Porpiglia, I edizione (2015), Minerva Medica Editore