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EMERGENCY MEDICINE

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EDUCATIONAL MATERIAL FOR INDEPENDENT STUDY

 

FOR FOUR GRAD DENTAL FACULTY STUDENTS

 

POLTAVA, 2008

 

Contents

  Contributors   Preface   Lesson 1,2 RADIATION EMERGENCY   Lesson 3. CHEMICAL VEAPON   Lesson 4. POISONING   Lesson 5. CARDIOLOGY EMERGENCY   Lesson 6. PULMONOLOGY EMERGENCY   Lesson 7. GASTROENTEROLOGY EMERGENCY   Lesson 8. NEPHROLOGY EMERGENCY   Lesson 9. HEMATOLOGY EMERGENCY   Lesson 10. ENDOCRINOLOGY EMERGENCY   Lesson 11. ALLERGOLOGY AND IMMUNOLOGY EMERGENCY   Literature                            

 

 

Contributors:

 

 

Igor P. Kajdashev M.D., Ph. D, Professor

Head of the Department of Internal Medicine,

UKRAINIAN ACADEMY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY

 

 

Michael S. Rasin M.D., Ph. D., Professor

Professor of the Department of Internal Medicine

UKRAINIAN ACADEMY OF MEDICINE AND DENTISTRY

 

 

Preface

Beginning students of medicine and dentistry must acquire a set of skills that prepare them to become cli­nicians. This includes establishing rapport and a therapeutic relationship with the patient, basic interviewing, the specific conduct and content of medical data collection (the history and the physical examination), formulation of a problem list and diagnostic hypotheses, documenta­tion and record-keeping, and communication with others involved in the patient's care. An introduction to these skills during the first years of medical school focuses on the basics of data collection and information synthesis rather than the specifics of disease, diagnosis, and treatment-that is, the emphasis is on process rather than specialized content.

There are many fine texts that provide detailed discussions of the medical history and phys­ical examination. This instruction is not intended to replace these comprehensive approaches but rather to summarize methods and outline the basic principles essential to data collection.

The authors of this book have all been involved in teaching the Introduction to Clinical Med­icine course at the Ukrainien Academy of Medicine and Dentistry. Their experience has informed the problem ­based approach used in this book. This book is structured to allow students to review a set of skills that will enable them to approach undifferentiated medical problems systematically and with confidence in preparation for clinical clerkships.

I. Kajdashev, M. Rasin

 

LESSON 1,2. RADIATION EMERGENCY


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