SRGT-1462-11 - Clinical Surgical Tech
Lamar State College - Port Arthur
House Bill 2504
Summer I 2018 Course Syllabus
SRGT-1462-11 - Clinical Surgical Tech
|Semester||Summer I 2018|
|Instructor||Buckner, Brandon Ray|
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|Course Description||A health-related, work-based learning experience that enables the student to apply specialized occupational theory, skills and concepts. Direct supervision is provided by the clinical professional.|
HITT 1305 Medical Terminology
SRGT 1405 Introduction to Surgical Technology
SRGT 1409 Fund. of Perioperative Concepts/Techniques
SRGT 1360 Clinical-Surgical Technology
SRGT 1541 Surgical Procedures I
SRGT 1461 Clinical-Surgical Technology
1. Surgical Technology for the Surgical Technologist Caruthers et. al. (2018) 5th Ed. NewYork:Delmar
2. Study Guide/ Surgical Technology for the Surgical Technologist Caruthers et. al. (2014) 4th Ed. New York : Delmar
3. Association of Surgical Technologists, Inc. (A.S.T.) (1996) Surgical Technologist Certifying Exam Study Guide. Englewood: A.S.T.
4.Taber et. al. (2001) Taberï¿½s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary
19th ed. Philadelphia : F.A. David Company
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1. Attendance at all scheduled classes is expected.
2. A student who is absent from class for 3 days, without notification to faculty, may be withdrawn from the program by the program director.
3. Students on campus but not in class are considered absent.
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5. It is the student is responsibility to notify the instructor prior to any absence.
6. Students who arrive after the exam starts but before it ends, may take the test without penalty. They are given no additional time.
|Course Grading Scale||
S = Satifactory or U = Unsatisfactory
|Determination of Final Grade||
(S) Satisfactory or (U) Unsatisfactory
1.The Final Grade will be posted through the school computer system.
2.Evaluations are based on course objectives.
3.Clinical Skills check-offs be performed on campus & at clinical locations.
4.Students will be graded on clinical performance, and procedure sheet. Students performance will be evaluated by both preceptors and clinical instructor. Students are expected to perform the following surgical skills correctly:
FIRST SCRUB: ( All Five Criteria)
Verify supplies and equipment needed for the surgical procedure.
Set up the sterile field with instruments, supplies, equipment, medication(s) and solutions needed for the procedure.
Perform counts with circulator prior to the procedure and before the incision is closed.
Pass instruments and supplies to the sterile surgical team members during the procedure.
Maintain sterile technique as measured by recognized breaks in technique and demonstrate knowledge of how to correct with appropriate technique.
SECOND SCRUB: ( active participant in entire case- not met all criteria for first scrub but has completed any of the following)
Manipulating Endoscopic Camera
OBSERVATION: (Student did not met criteria for first or second scrub)
Student observed case in the OR not counted as toward required case count but documented by program.
5. Clinical procedure sheets are to be completed and signed each day before leaving the hospital.
6. Students are expected to complete a total of 120 scrubbed procedures during the combined semesters of SRGT 1461 Clinical Practice I and SRGT 1462 Clinical Practice II.
The total number of cases the student must complete is 120
Students are required to complete 30 cases in General Surgery. Twenty of the cases must be First Scrub Role.
Students are required to complete 90 cases in various surgical specialties. Sixty of the cases must be First Scrub Role and evenly distributed between a minimum of five surgical specialties. However 15 is the maximum number of cases that can be counted in any one surgical specialty.
The Surgical Technology Program is required to verify through the surgical rotation documentation the student is progression in First and Second Scrubbing surgical procedures of increased complexity as he/she moves toward entry level graduate abilities.
Diagnostic endoscopy cases and vaginal delivery cases are not mandatory, but up to 10 diagnostic endoscopy cases and 5 vaginal delivery cases can be counted toward the maximum number of second scrub role cases.
Observation cases must be documented, but do not count toward the 120 required cases.
7. COUNTING CASES- Cases will be counted according to surgical specialty. Examples:
Trauma patients that require a splenectomy and a repair of a Lefort 1 fracture. Two cases can be counted and documented since the splenectomy is in the general surgery specialty and the repair of the Lefort I fracture is Oral-maxillofacial specialty.
Patients require a breast biopsy followed by mastectomy. It is one pathology, breast cancer, and the specialty is general surgery; therefore it is counted and documented as one procedure-one case.
8. Students not completing a minimum of 120 cases scrubbed in General, Genitourinary, Gynecology, Orthopedic, and Ear, Nose and Throat (ENT) surgeries will be reviewed by the (NBSTSA) National Board of Surgical Technology And Surgical Assisting to determine eligibility to test for certification.
|Final Exam Date||August 1, 2018 - 11:00 AM|
|Major Assignments||The students must spend a maximim amount of time in the first scrub role to meet the clinical requirements as set forth in the 6th Core Curriculum.|
|Calendar of Lecture Topics and Major Assignment Due Dates||The students must spend a maximim amount of time in the first scrub role to meet the clinical requirements as set forth in the 6th Core Curriculum.|
|General Education/Core Curriculum Student Learning Outcomes||
|Program Student Learning Outcomes||
Upon completion of the Surgical Technology Program graduates will be able to:
1.Use appropriate terminology related to anatomy and physiology, suturing, accessory equipment and specialized equipment associated with surgical procedures.
2.Operates as a surgical technologist in the scrub role during all basic surgical procedures.
3.Demonstrate a surgical consciousness that promotes maintenance of a sterile field.
4.Practice within the legal and ethical framework of the surgical technologist.
|Course Student Learning Outcomes||
In accordance with the mission of LSC-PA, SRGT 1462 Clinical assists the student to develop the particular skills, knowledge, and attitudes necessary for success as a surgical technologist. Upon successful completion of the course, the student should be able to:
1. Apply relevant anatomy and pathology
2. Demonstrate patient preparation
3. Utilize instruments, equipment, and supplies
4. Demonstrate case management skills sequentially
5. Identify expected outcomes and possible complications, for selected procedures
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|HB 2504||This syllabus is part of LSC-PA’s efforts to comply with Texas House Bill 2504.|