10 episodes

This block will provide the student with knowledge of common medical and surgical conditions presenting throughout the lifespan. The hospital clinical practice setting will serve as the introductory benchmark for instruction and will highlight, compare and contrast the variety of settings reflective of patient acuity – emergency room, intensive care unit, transitional care unit and general medical/surgical units. Instruction will then be elaborated beyond the hospital setting to foster the critical thinking and clinical problem solving skills necessary for effective and efficient functioning in the role of primary clinical care provider in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Lectures, laboratory exercises, clinical visits and independent learning modules will assist students in demonstrating the clinical relevance of information obtained via analysis of laboratory and medical/surgical data, patient co-morbidities/risk factors, resource availability and information gained through interdisciplinary professional interactions. The block outcome will be the demonstration of competency and proficiency in prioritizing, executing and modifying safe and evidence-supported examinations and interventions.

Spring DPTE 516 Medical Issues I - EKG University of Maryland, Baltimore

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This block will provide the student with knowledge of common medical and surgical conditions presenting throughout the lifespan. The hospital clinical practice setting will serve as the introductory benchmark for instruction and will highlight, compare and contrast the variety of settings reflective of patient acuity – emergency room, intensive care unit, transitional care unit and general medical/surgical units. Instruction will then be elaborated beyond the hospital setting to foster the critical thinking and clinical problem solving skills necessary for effective and efficient functioning in the role of primary clinical care provider in both inpatient and outpatient settings. Lectures, laboratory exercises, clinical visits and independent learning modules will assist students in demonstrating the clinical relevance of information obtained via analysis of laboratory and medical/surgical data, patient co-morbidities/risk factors, resource availability and information gained through interdisciplinary professional interactions. The block outcome will be the demonstration of competency and proficiency in prioritizing, executing and modifying safe and evidence-supported examinations and interventions.

    • video
    adult_a_flutter

    adult_a_flutter

    • 55 sec
    • video
    adult_afib

    adult_afib

    • 53 sec
    • video
    adult_normal_sinus

    adult_normal_sinus

    • 50 sec
    • video
    adult_sinus_brady

    adult_sinus_brady

    • 47 sec
    • video
    adult_sinus_PVCs

    adult_sinus_PVCs

    • 55 sec
    • video
    adult_sinus_tachycardia

    adult_sinus_tachycardia

    • 55 sec

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