SURG 599. Surgery Directed Study. 1.5-18 Units.

SURG 701. Surgery Clerkship. 1.5-12 Units.

Management of acute, subacute, and nonacute surgical pathologies in general surgery, anesthesia, and surgical specialty services. Distinguishes among emergent and nonemergent presentations in the following patient categories: trauma, oncology, surgical infections, acute presentation of abdominal pain and its differential; and, chronic conditions commonly seen in a general surgery or surgical specialty clinic.

SURG 821. Surgery Subinternship. 1.5-6 Units.

Introduction to the surgical internship. Provides in-depth, hands-on experience in the management of acute, subacute, and nonacute surgical pathologies during service in the emergency department, inpatient settings, outpatient clinics, and the operating room. Addresses emergent and nonemergent presentations. Includes experience in acute care surgery, surgical oncology, or general surgery.

SURG 822. Surgery Intensive Care. 1.5-6 Units.

A four-week, surgical ICU course. Focuses on care of the critically ill patient who is under the care of the surgical intensivist. Exposes students primarily to patients in the surgical ICU; while also providing experience in evaluating/assessing patients on the emergency ward and in the operating room, as well as those encountered when responding to acute calls for intensive care on the ward (CODE BLUE and rapid response). Involves patients from all surgical services.

SURG 891. Surgery Elective. 1.5-27 Units.

May include pediatric surgery, vascular surgery, trauma surgery, general surgery, cardiothoracic surgery, plastic surgery, neurosurgery, otolaryngology, surgical intensive care, and urology.