First off, hang in there and don't withdraw. CRNA school is too hard to get accepted! I, too, am in my first rounds of clinical rotation except we have class 3 days/week and clinicals the other 2 days. I'm only on my 2nd clinical site but I can tell you it's much better than the first. We do careplans at my school which helps a lot. Yes, they take some time and effort but they really help you think about what types of cases you are doing as well as the anesthetic implications. This way you can write down drug dosages of your induction drugs, volatile agents with MAC values, extras like Zofran, Decadron, Toradol, and any drips you might be using during the case etc. It also helps you think about positioning of the patient (ex. type of OR table--OSI for a hip repair) and its implications, whether you might need a fluid warmer, bair hugger, A-line set-up, fiberoptic intubation cart, etc. This way when your CRNA is tossing questions at you while you're trying to preoxygenate and get ready to intubate you can answer confidently because you've prepared.:nuke:
Did they teach your class a lab on a basic room set-up? This helped but when I first started I still needed my senior to come one morning at 5am and help ensure I had EVERYTHING you could possibly think of for my 2 back surgeries that day. As far as OB and peds talk with the senior students about a basic room set-up for this group. We haven't talked about peds/OB in class but some of my classmates have already intubated kids. Just try to read up the night before. The Morgan and Mikhail book as well as the Jaffe book are great resources that I use a lot with my cases.
Our class also has a discussion board that we use to communicate with our fellow classmates on our clinical experiences. You can always go talk with your clinical instructor as well as the anesthesia department head at the clinical site. You might feel more comfortable talking with the former since he/she probably knows you better and what you are capable of. I also agree, like jewelcutt, about the antidepressants. If you think they will help, then do it. Just talk with your healthcare provider and decide which one is right for you.
Feel free to pm me. Stay strong!!