Surgery

A.Y. 2020/2021
5
Max ECTS
75
Overall hours
SSD
MED/18 MED/33 MED/41
Language
Italian
Learning objectives
Know the most relevant human pathologies in the surgical field and their therapeutic approach.
Know the most relevant human pathologies in orthopaedics and their therapeutic approach.
Know the different anaesthetic techniques.
Know the post-operative therapeutic and rehabilitation programs.
Expected learning outcomes
Know the most relevant human pathologies in the surgical field and their therapeutic approach.
Know the most relevant human pathologies in orthopaedics and their therapeutic approach.
Know the different anaesthetic techniques.
Know the post-operative therapeutic and rehabilitation programs.
Course syllabus and organization

Sezione: Busto Arsizio

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Greco Stefano
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Armiraglio Luigi
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Bergamini Paolo Orlando

Sezione: Cernusco

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Subert Matteo
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Crema

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernua

10. Endocrine pathology
Thiroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Clinical examination of orthopedic patients
basic concepts of:
Fractures,
Distortions, disolocations
Arthrosis
osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Endocrine and metabolic bone diseases
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Congenital orthopedic diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Cerisara Marco
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Leorati Andrea

Sezione: Don Gnocchi

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Uderzo Nicola
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Fatebenefratelli

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professors: Galfrascoli Elisa, Santambrogio Roberto
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Sansone Valerio

Sezione: IEO

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Martella Nunzia
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Veronesi Paolo
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Marini Eleonora

Sezione: Magenta

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Galli Maurizio
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Niguarda

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernua

10. Endocrine pathology
Thiroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Clinical examination of orthopedic patients
basic concepts of:
Fractures,
Distortions, disolocations
Arthrosis
osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Endocrine and metabolic bone diseases
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Congenital orthopedic diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Notaro Paolo
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Sansone Valerio

Sezione: Policlinico

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Zanella Alberto
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Ferraresso Mariano
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Rho

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Ghilardi Giorgio
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: Sacco

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Borghi Beatrice
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Sansone Valerio

Sezione: San Carlo

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Serini Carlo
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Petrella Francesco
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Sansone Valerio

Sezione: San Donato

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Pavesi Marco
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Bonavina Luigi
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: San Giuseppe

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Mauri Tommaso
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Professor: Bona Davide
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours

Sezione: San Paolo

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Formenti Paolo
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Pietrogrande Luca

Sezione: Tumori

Teaching methods
The lessons will be held in-class and/or remotely through the online platforms provided by the University. The distance lessons will be held in synchronous (through Microsoft Teams platform) and/or asynchronous mode (through Power point with audio, video recording lessons, audio recording lessons, other).
Program and Bibliography
The program and the Bibliography will not be changed and remains as under-reported
Assessment methods and criteria
The exams will be carried out in-class and/or remotely . Oral exams will be carried out remotely using the Microsoft Teams platform or other online platforms provided by the University. The distance written exams will be carried out using the Exam.net platform or other platforms provided by the University according to the modalities illustrated on the web site http://www. unimi.it
Prerequisites for admission
Having passed the exams of Anatomy and Human Physiology, General Nursing Sciences, Clinical Nursing sciences 1 and Internship 1
Assessment methods and Criteria
The written test includes closed and / or open-ended questions.
The evaluation of the written barrier test DOES NOT give rise to a mark, but only to admission to the oral test.
The oral exam includes questions the assessment of which relates to the following parameters: content, logic, language properties.
The evaluation of the oral test is out of thirty.
General surgery
Course syllabus
1. Surgical patient:
Shock: defintion, pathophysiology , diagnosis and therapy
Haemorrage: diagnosis and treatment
Infections in surgery: burns, wounds and healing
Artificial nutrition: enteral and parenteral nutrition

2. Surgical Technique
Drainages, probes and catheters - Abdominal and chest drainages
Digestive stomas

3. Thoracic Surgery
Chest semeiotics and principles of thoracic surgical technique.
Benign thoracic surgery diseases (pulmonary malformations, pleural effusions, pulmonary abscess, bronchiectasis, tuberculosis, pulmonary hidatidosis).
Thoracic traumas.
Neoplastic diseases of lung and mediastinum.

5. Vascular surgery
Arterial diseases
Peripheral obliterative arterial occlusive disease (PAOD)
Aneurisms
Cerebrovascular insufficiency
Acute arterial occlusion
Veins Pathology
Lower limbs varicose veins
Superficial thrombophlebitis, deep vein thrombophlebitis, pulmonary embolism.

5. Upper GI surgical pathology
Oesophagus
Functional disorders
Benign diseases
Neoplastic Diseases
Stomach and duodenum
Peptic ulcer
Tumors
Liver and bilary tracts
Cholelithiasis
Obstructive jaundice
Malignant and benign liver tumors
Portal hypertension
Pancreas
Pancreatitis
Tumors

6. Lower GI surgical pathology
Small bowel
Meckel diverticulum
Tumors
Rectum and colon
Appendix diseases
Diverticula
Chronic inflammatory bowel disease (Crohn diseases and ulcerative colitis)
Polyps and polyposis
Tumors
Anus
Hemorrhoids diseases
Anal fissure
Abscesses and phystula
Rectal prolapse

7. Urinary tract pathology
Prostatic pathology
Urinary bladder diseases
Urinary Lithyaisis

8. Breast pathology
Benign pathology
Malignant Pathology
9. Abdominal wall
Abdominal wall hernia
Inguinal hernia
Incisional hernia

10. Endocrine pathology
Thyroid surgery
Goiter, hyperthyroidism, tumors
Parathyroid surgery
Adrenal glands Surgery
Hypo and hyper-adrenocortical syndromes
Hyperaldosteronism
Adreno-genital syndormes
Pheocromocitoma
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Lise M. Chirurgia per infermieri. (5ed). Padova: Piccin; 2016.
Pasquini G, Campa R, D'Ambrosio M, Leonardo G. Manuale di chirurgia. Milano: McGraw Hill, 2012
Musculoskeletal system diseases
Course syllabus
Basic concepts and diagnosis and treatment of:
Fractures, (traumatic, due to frailty, pathological and lasting fractures; with particular attention to fractures of the proximal femur in the elderly
Distortions, dislocations
Arthrosis
Osteomyelitis
Primary and metastatic bone tumors
Osteoporosis and other metabolic osteopathies
Spine diseases
Shoulder diseases
Hand and foot diseases
Orthopaedic congenital and growth diseases
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Parrini MM. Ortopedia infermieristica. Bologna: Edizioni La Dotta, 2015
Anaesthesiology
Course syllabus
Anesthesia techniques:
General anaesthesia
Local anaesthesia
Loco regional anaesthesia
Subarachnoid anesthesia
Epidural anaesthesia
Pain management; acute pain, chronic pain, postoperative pain
Teaching methods
Frontal lessons
Teaching Resources
Torri G, Moizo E. Assistenza infermieristica in Anestesia. Roma: Antonio Delfino Editore, 2011.
Anaesthesiology
MED/41 - ANAESTHESIOLOGY - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours
Professor: Vailati Davide
General surgery
MED/18 - GENERAL SURGERY - University credits: 3
Lessons: 45 hours
Musculoskeletal system diseases
MED/33 - ORTHOPAEDICS - University credits: 1
Lessons: 15 hours