Prowadzony w cyklach: 2021/22, 2022/23
Kod Erasmus: 12.1
Kod ISCED: 0912
Punkty ECTS: 0,4
Organizowany przez: Katedra Radiologii i Diagnostyki Obrazowej (dla: Wydział Lekarski)
1.3. Radiologia układu nerwowego 1655-LekM4CUNRAD-J
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Całkowity nakład pracy studenta
(po angielsku) 1. The workload related to activities requiring the direct participation of academic teachers is: participation in lectures: 2 hours participation in seminars: 4 hours consultation: 1 hour Workload related to demanding activities the direct participation of academic teachers is 7 hours, corresponding to 0.26 ECTS 2. Student workload balance: participation in lectures: 2 hours participation in seminars: 4 hours consultation: 1 hour preparation for classes (including reading the indicated literature): 2 hours preparation for the exam and credit: 2 hours The total student workload is 11 hours, every corresponds to 0.4 ECTS point. 3. The workload related to the scientific research carried out: reading of the indicated scientific literature: 2 hours participation in lectures (including research results and scientific studies in the field of radiology of the nervous system): 2 hours preparation to pass (including scientific studies in the field of radiology of the nervous system): 2 hours consultation taking into account scientific studies in the field of radiology of the nervous system): 1 hour 2 The total student workload associated with the conducted Scientific research is 7 hours, which corresponds 0.4 ECTS points 4. Time required to prepare and to participate in the assessment process: preparation to pass: 5 hours (0.18 ECTS points) 5. Balance of practical student workload: participation in lectures: 2 hours participation in seminars: 4 hours preparation for passing 5 hours The total student workload of a practical nature is 11 hours, corresponding to 0.4 ECTS 6. Time required to complete the compulsory practice: not applicable
Efekty uczenia się - wiedza
(po angielsku) W1: Knows the physical basics of non-invasive methods imaging (B.W8) W2: He knows the structure of the human body in the approach topographic and functional (in particular nervous system) (A.W2) W3: Has knowledge of today imaging tests used, in particular: a) basic radiological symptomatology nervous system diseases b) instrumental methods and imaging techniques used to perform therapeutic procedures, c) indications, contraindications and preparation patients for specific types of tests imaging and contraindications to the use of contrast agents (F.W10); W4: Knows the basic neurological distinctions in radiological studies in the most common diseases occurring in the elderly and the principles of management in basic geriatric syndromes (E.W9); W5: Understand the importance of verbal and non-verbal communication when examining patients and the concept of trust in interaction with the patient (E.W10), W6: Knows and understands the risks associated with conducting radiological examinations of elderly people (E.W11); W7: Knows and understands the basic principles of the organization of radiological tests in the group of older people (E.W12); W8: Knows and is able to distinguish the basic irregularities of neurological syndromes in radiological studies (E.W13); W9: Knows and understands the principles of diagnosing the most common diseases of the nervous system, including a) headaches: migraine, tension headache and headache syndrome and V nerve neuralgia, b) brain vascular diseases, in particular stroke c) epilepsy, d) nervous system infections, in particular meningitis, Lyme disease, herpes encephalitis, diseases neurotransmitter, d) dementia, in particular Alzheimer's disease, 3 frontal dementia, vascular dementia and other dementia, e) baseline testicular diseases, in particular disease Parkinson f) demyelinating diseases, in particular multiple sclerosis, g) diseases of the neuromuscular system, w in particular atrophic lateral sclerosis and sciatica, h) craniocerebral injuries, in particular concussion (E.W14) :; W10: Knows and understands the principles of diagnosing the most common central nervous system diseases in the field of: a) edema of the brain and its consequences, with particular regard emergency states, b) other forms of intracranial narrowness of them consequences, c) craniocerebral injuries, d) vascular defects of the central system nervous, e) central neoplastic tumors nervous, f) diseases of the spine and spinal cord (F.W13); W11: Knows the principles of conducting DSA angiography on suspicion of brain death and the principles of its recognition (F.W15).
Efekty uczenia się - umiejętności
(po angielsku) U1: Associates radiological images with tissue and organ damage (C.U11); U2: Is able to assess the general condition, the state of consciousness and consciousness of a patient during radiological tests (E.U07); U3: Is able to apply the principles of patient triage ordered radiological tests (E.U14); U4: Recognizes the state of consumption of alcohol, drugs and other drugs (E.U15) U5: Is able to analyze the results of collected laboratory tests - in order to qualify for radiological examinations in the field of radiology. (E.U28) U6: Assists in carrying out the following procedures and medical treatments: a) ultrasound examination for pleural cavity drainage, pericardial puncture, puncture of the cavity peritoneal, fine needle biopsy, and interprets their results (E.U30); U7: Assesses the condition of an unconscious patient under examination and determines in accordance with applicable international point scales (F.U21); U8: Can recognize the symptoms of increasing intracranial pressure in computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging (F.U22); U9: Able to assess the harmfulness of a dose of ionizing radiation and applies to the principles of radiation protection (B.U2);
Efekty uczenia się - kompetencje społeczne
(po angielsku) K1: Is aware of their own limitations and skills for continuous training (K.K1) K2: Able to establish and maintain deep and respectful contact with the sick (K.K3) K3: Is guided by the good of the patient, putting them first (K.K4) K4: Shows respect for the patient and understanding of worldviews and cultural differences (K.K5) K5: Observes medical confidentiality and all patient rights (including the right to information, to privacy, to an informed decision, to a dignified death (K.K6) 4 K6: Has a habit and skills of continuous training (K.K8) …
(po angielsku) lectures: informative lecture conversation lecture didactic discussion case studies seminars: didactic discussion practical exercises case studies decision tree independent operation of the apparatus display methods: demonstration
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(po angielsku) A student entering education in a subject should have knowledge of physics in high school and human anatomy and physiology in the relevant subjects taught during studies.
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