Study Programmes 2015-2016
Version 2014-2015
ANES2025-1  
University teaching, 1st year
  • Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
  • Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
  • Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
  • Pain
Duration :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care : 120h Th
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year : 10h Th
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year : 10h Th
Pain : 15h Th
Number of credits :
Master de spécialisation en anesthésie-réanimation20
Lecturer :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care : Collégialité
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year : Collégialité
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year : Collégialité
Pain : Collégialité
Coordinator :
Jean-François Brichant
Language(s) of instruction :
French language
Units courses prerequisite and corequisite :
Prerequisite or corequisite units are presented within each program
Course contents :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
Review of cardiocirculatory, respiratory, neuro-cerebral, renal, digestive, metabolic, neurovegetative and neuromuscular physiology. Description of the particularities of the fact that this physiology pertains to a person with a surgical process, under general or regional anesthesia; in the supine position
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
Survey of the techniques which involve administration of local anesthetics (and adjuvants) locally, loco-regionally, to plexi, neuropially and epidurally to block afferent stimulation of the central nervous sytem.
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
Series of lectures focused on the pathophysiologic particularities which require specific adaptation in the administration of anesthetic agents, and the specific monitoring modalities adapted for these patients.
Learning outcomes of the course :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
Higerlight the pathophysiologic particularities of a person with a surgical process, under general or regional anesthesia, in the supine position
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
To learn how to perform these techniques with knowledge of the advantages and disadvantages of each.
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
To learn the specificities of these types of patients.
Prerequisite knowledge and skills :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
Strong notions of cardiovascular, respiratory, neurocerebral, renal, digestive, metabolic, neurovegetative and neuromuscular physiology of the human in the standing position.
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
Strong notions of human anatomy, pharmacology and physiology
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
Strong notions of specific human physiology, pathophysiology and anatomy (1st and 2nd masters)
Planned learning activities and teaching methods :
Mode of delivery (face-to-face ; distance-learning) :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
On Monday and Wednesday from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm (in October)
On Monday from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
On Monday and Wednesday from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm (in October)
On Monday from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
On Monday and Wednesday from 3:00 pm to 6:30 pm (in October)
On Monday from 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
Recommended or required readings :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
Lecture notes distributed in class
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
Lecture notes distributed during the courses
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
Lecture notes distributed during the courses
Assessment methods and criteria :
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
Oral examination at the end of the 2nd year
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
Oral examination at the end of the 2nd year
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
Oral examination at the end of the 2nd year
Work placement(s) :
Organizational remarks :
Contacts :
Secretariat: Ms. J. Debattice, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, tower 2, +1, room 51 Tel: +32 4 366 76 94
Physiopathology and technology of anaesthesia-intensive care
Secretariat: Ms J. Debattice, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, CHU Liege, tower 2, +1, room 51 Tel: +32 4 366 76 94
Techniques of locoregional anaesthesia, 1st year
Secretariat: Ms J. Debattice, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, CHU Liege, tower 2, +1, room 51 Tel: +32 4 366 76 94
Anaesthesia and Intensive Care applied to particular cases : child, pregnant woman, old people, diagnostic and/or therapeutic intervention, day hospital, ... 1st year
Secretariat: Ms J. Debattice, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, CHU Liege, tower 2, +1, room 51 Tel: +32 4 366 76 94
Pain
Secretariat: Ms. J. Debattice, Department of Anaesthesia and Intensive Care Medicine, CHU Liège, tower 2, +1, room 51 Tel: +32 4 366 76 94