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Medical Terminology 2 by panniuniu


									                                Chemeketa Community College
                                   4000 Lancaster Drive NE
                                       PO Box 14007
                                    Salem, Oregon 97309

                                        Course Outline

Identification:           HM121              Credits     3       Effective Date        06/11

Course Title: Medical Terminology 2

Total Instructional Hours, for Course, per Term:
        33 Lecture Hours         = 3 Credit(s)
         0 Laboratory Hours      = 0 Credit(s)

      HM120 with a grade of C or better; or consent of instructor.

Term(s) Offered:
           Fall   X   Winter   X    Spring     X   Summer    X     Offered as needed

Required Text(s):
      Chabner, Language of Medicine, Saunders, Current edition
      Taber, Taber’s Cyclopedic Medical Dictionary, Davis, Current edition
      Other Medical Dictionary

Recommended Text(s):
     Merck, Merck Manual, Merck, Current edition

Course Description:
      Focuses on the digestive, cardiovascular, respiratory, blood, lymphatic, urinary, female
      and male reproductive and endocrine systems. Explores the origin of terms and the use of
      anatomical, general, operative and symptomatic terms using a variety of case-based and
      experiential learning techniques.

Performance Based Learner Outcomes:
   Upon successful completion of the course, students should be able to:

      1.     Analyze, build, spell and pronounce system specific medical terms.
      2.     Use medical terms to describe the human body systems: anatomy, physiology,
             pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment.
      3.     Describe diagnosis, laboratory tests and related reports.
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      4.   Analyze patient data using reports and diagnoses from case studies.
      5.   Review and evaluate medical literature for content, interpretation and pronunciation
           of terms.
      6.   Identify and use medical reference books for further explanation of medical terms.
      7.   Analyze and evaluate medical research literature surrounding specific body systems.

Course Content Outline:

      I.   Digestive System
     II.   Cardiovascular System
    III.   Circulatory System (Blood)
    IV.    Lymphatic System
     V.    Respiratory System
    VI.    Urinary System
   VII.    Female and Male Reproductive Systems
   VIII.   Endocrine System
    IX.    Case Studies

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