Undergraduate

Calendar-thematic plan

Lectures

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one Introduction . The history of the development of science, goals and objectives. Types and methods of diagnostics. The main methods of clinical examination of the patient: subjective and objective scheme of the medical history. Semiotics, symptomatology and the concept of diagnosis .

 

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2 General examination of the patient (general condition of the patient, consciousness, position, physique). Examination of the patient by parts of the body: head, face, neck, skin, subcutaneous fat, edema, muscles, joints, bones and limbs. 2
3 Examination of patients with respiratory diseases. Raspross . Main and additional complaints. Examination of the chest. Palpation (palpation) – as a method of objective verification. Lymph nodes and palpation of the chest. Percussion is a method of objective testing. Comparative and topographic lung percussion. Norm and pathology.

 

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4 Syndrome of increased air in the lung tissue (bronchial asthma, pulmonary emphysema). Research on obstructive pulmonary disease. Diagnostics. General concepts of etiology and pathogenesis are the main principles of treatment. Syndrome (compaction) of the lung tissue (for example, croupous and focal pneumonia). 2
5 Methods of examination of patients with cardiovascular diseases. Semiotics. Rapross: main complaints. Pathogenesis. Examination (general condition, color of skin, edema, eyes, neck). Diagnostic value. Examine the area of ​​the heart and the area of ​​peripheral vessels. Palpation of the region of the heart. Diagnostic value. subjective wa lens tekshirish usullari.

 

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6 Auscultation of the lungs. Techniques and rules. Basic (bronchial and vesicular) and additional noises (wheezing, crepitus, pleural friction noise) respiratory disorders. Modern verification methods. X-ray examination methods: bronchoscopy, bronchography, tomography. Methods of functional examination of the lungs: spirometry, spirography, pneumotachometry. Examination of sputum. Syndrome of impaired bronchial permeability. Acute and chronic bronchitis. Obstructive and noobstructive. 2
7 ECG in violation of the function of automatism, excitability, conductivity, contractility. 2
8 Rheumatic fever and primary rheumatic heart disease. Symptoms of mitral defects. Insufficiency of the mitral valve. Mitral stenosis. Diagnostics. Basic principles of treatment. 2
nine Aortal nye   vices . Symptomatology of tricuspid valve insufficiency .

 

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ten Hypertension . The concept of ischemic heart disease. Classification, symptoms of angina pectoris. Symptomatology of myocardial infarction. Diagnostics. Basic principles of treatment. Circulatory insufficiency syndrome.

 

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eleven Methods of examination of patients with diseases of the digestive system (complaints, medical history and life). General examination, examination of the oral cavity and abdomen. Palpation of the abdomen (superficial and deep). 2
12 The main clinical syndromes :   gastritis (acute and chronic) gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. Diagnosis of enteritis and colitis. Basic principles of treatment. Modern laboratory and instrumental research methods.

 

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13 Study of patients with liver and gallbladder diseases. Questioning the patient, general examination, palpation, liver percussion. Diagnostic value. Modern laboratory and instrumental research methods. 2
14 Methods of examination of patients with diseases of the urinary organs. Interrogation of patients with diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract. Examination of patients with kidney and urinary tract diseases, kidney palpation, kidney percussion. 2
15 Assosiy clinic sidromlar : syidik , nephrotic , hypertensive. Utkir va surunkali glomerulonephritis va pyelonephritlarni symptomatology . 2
16 Sus-objective and objective methods of examination of patients with pathology of the endocrine glands. Symptomatology of thyroid diseases.

Symptomatology of diabetes mellitus.

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17 Susbjective and objective methods of examination of patients with pathologies of the hematopoietic system . Clinical , laboratory and instrumental examination methods. Anemia and leukemia .

 

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eighteen Susbjective and objective methods of examination of patients with connective tissue pathology .. Rheumatoid arthritis, SLE, scleroderma . 2
Total : 36 hours

 

Workshops

No. Topics Clock
Theory Practice
one. Familiarization of students with the function of PVB. The history of the development of science, goals and objectives. Types and methods of diagnostics. The main methods of clinical examination of the patient: subjective and objective scheme of the medical history. Independent work of students with a patient. General condition of the patient: general condition, memory, condition, body structure. Examination of the patient in areas of the body: head, face, neck, skin, subcutaneous fat, edema, muscles, joints, bones and limbs. Thermometry. Anthropometry. General understanding of laboratory and instrumental research. The value of modern laboratory and instrumental examination methods. …

 

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2. Examination of patients with respiratory diseases. Raspross. Main and additional complaints. Examination of the chest. Palpation (palpation) – as a method of objective verification. Lymph nodes and palpation of the chest. Percussion is a method of objective testing. Comparative and topographic lung percussion. Norm and pathology.

 

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3. Auscultation of the lungs. Techniques and rules. Basic (bronchial and vesicular) and additional noises (wheezing, crepitus, pleural friction noise) respiratory disorders. Modern verification methods. X-ray examination methods: bronchoscopy, bronchography, tomography. Methods of functional examination of the lungs: spirometry, spirography, pneumotachometry. Examination of sputum. Syndrome of impaired bronchial permeability. Acute and chronic bronchitis. Obstructive and noobstructive. 2

 

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4 . Syndrome of increased air in the lung tissue (bronchial asthma, pulmonary emphysema). Research on obstructive pulmonary disease. Diagnostics. General concepts of etiology and pathogenesis are the main principles of treatment. Syndrome (compaction) of the lung tissue (for example, croupous and focal pneumonia). 2 4
5. Syndrome of cavities in the lungs (for example, lung abscess and bronchiectasis). Diagnostics. General understanding of the etiology and pathogenesis. Basic principles of treatment Syndrome of accumulation of air and fluid in the pleural cavity (pleurisy, hydrothorax, pneumothorax). Respiratory failure. Diagnostics. General concepts of etiology and pathogenesis are the main principles of treatment. Write a medical history. 2 4
6. Methods of examination of patients with cardiovascular diseases. Semiotics. Rapross: main complaints. Pathogenesis. Examination (general condition, color of skin, edema, eyes, neck). Diagnostic value. Examine the area of ​​the heart and the area of ​​peripheral vessels. Palpation of the heart area. Diagnostic value. 2 4
7. Percussion of the heart. Determination of the border of the relative and absolute dullness of the heart in a healthy person. Heart configuration. Determination in pathology of the limit of relative and absolute dullness of the heart. Determination of the configuration of the heart in pathology. Diagnostic value. X-ray research. 2 4
8. Auscultation of the heart . The rules of auscultation and heart sounds are normal. The order and points of auscultation of tones. With cardiovascular pathologies, a change in tones (amplification, muffling). Splitting and bifurcation of tones. Diagnostic value. Additional tones for cardiovascular diseases. 2 4
nine. Heart murmurs, mechanism of formation, characteristics (pathology). Pulse check. Features of the pulse in a healthy person and in cardiovascular pathology. Diagnostic value. Blood pressure. Measuring blood pressure step by step. The concept of hypertension and hypotension. Diagnostic value. Modern laboratory and instrumental examination methods. 2 4
ten. Electrocardiography (ECG), Technique for taking an ECG and interpreting a normal ECG . Automatism of the heart and ECG in violation of excitability . 2 4
eleven. Heart rhythm disorder syndrome. ECG for violation of automatism and cardiac conduction. ECG in violation of the conductive function of the heart. 2 4
12. Symptomatology of rheumatic fever and primary rheumatic heart disease. Symptoms of mitral defects. Insufficiency of the mitral valve. Mitral stenosis. Diagnostics. Basic principles of treatment. 2 4
13. Symptomatology with epic endocarditis . Symptomatology of an orthal defect . Aortic stenosis and insufficiency . Diagnostics . Basic principles of treatment. Symptomatology of hypertension. The concept of symptomatic arterial hypertension. Diagnostics. Basic principles of treatment. 2 4
14 Coronary artery disease (CHD) . Symptomatology of myocardial infarction a. Diagnostics. Basic principles of treatment. Patient supervision. Writing a medical history №2. 2 4
15 Methods of examination of patients with diseases of the digestive system (complaints, medical history and life). General examination, examination of the oral cavity and abdomen. Palpation of the abdomen (superficial and deep). Diagnostic value. The main clinical syndromes. 2 4
16 Symptomatology of gastritis (acute and chronic) Symptomatology of gastric ulcer and duodenal ulcer. Diagnosis of enteritis and colitis. Basic principles of treatment. 2 4
17 Study of patients with liver and gallbladder diseases. Questioning the patient, general examination, palpation, liver percussion. Diagnostic value. 2 4
eighteen Main clinical syndromes: jaundice, portal hypertension, liver failure. Diagnostics of chronic hepatitis and cholecystitis. Symptomatology of liver cirrhosis. Basic principles of treatment 2 4
19 Methods of examination of patients with diseases of the urinary organs. Interrogation of patients with diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract. Examination of patients with diseases of the kidneys and urinary tract, palpation of the kidneys, percussion (Pasternatsky’s symptom). Modern laboratory and instrumental research methods. 2 4
twenty Diagnosis of acute and chronic pyelonephritis and glomerulonephritis. Renal failure (acute and chronic) symptoms. Basic principles of treatment.

Writing a medical history number 3.

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21 Methods of examination of patients with diseases of the blood system (main complaints, history, autopsy), palpation of the spleen. Clinical laboratory. General blood analysis. The main clinical syndromes. Diagnosis of anemia. Diagnosis of leukemia. Basic principles of treatment. 2 4
22 Interrogation of patients with pathology of the endocrine glands (complaints, anamnesis of the disease and life, hereditary factors). General examination and examination of individual parts of the body. Symptomatology of thyroid diseases. Symptomatology of diabetes mellitus. 2 4
23 Subjective and objective methods of examination of patients with systemic connective tissue. Symptomatology of rheumatoid arthritis. 2 4
24 Symptomatology of SLE and Scleroderma. Diagnostics. Basic principles of treatment. 2 4
Total : 126 hours 44 82