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Upon completion of this section, the learner should be to:
- Recognize indications for preoperative coronary revascularization.
- Identify rationale for and appropriate pre-anesthesia management of cardiac medications.
- Stratify cardiac risk factors.
- Summarize the pathophysiology of common hepatic diseases.
- Discuss the aspects of the appropriate preanesthesia work up of the liver disease patient.
- Develop a plan for the management of postoperative glycemic control of the diabetic patient.
- Analyze perioperative glucocorticoid replacement regimens according to level of surgical stress.
- Summarize the physiologic changes of the various organ systems that occur with age and their implication on anesthesia management.
- Identify risk factors for postoperative delirium and develop a plan to decrease its likelihood.
- Describe the physiological and anatomical differences between children and adults and their impact on surgical and anesthetic care.
- List the recommended fasting guidelines for children undergoing anesthesia.
- Recognize the indications for various laboratory testing for bleeding disorders.
- Review the indications for and mechanisms of various anticoagulant and anti-platelet drugs.
- Discuss the pathophysiology of common pulmonary diseases.
- Describe how to reduce the risk of anesthesia related complications related to pulmonary diseases and how to manage them when they occur.
- Review the laboratory evaluation of the renal disease patient.
- Name the particular precautions necessary when providing anesthesia to the renal failure patient.
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