pediatric-surgery by lsy121925

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									1. Name of a subject         Pediatric surgery

2. Head of the               Dr hab. Wojciech Dębek
   Department

3. Didactic classes at the unita                  ECTSb

     Lectures                Seminars             Labs                    Elective courses
     12h                                          28h

4. The prerequisite requirements for the implementation of the didactic classes at the unit and
   a way of final evaluation
      all students are obliged to complete a 1-week block of pediatric surgery labs
         (28hrs) and six 2-hours lectures on pediatric surgery
        The Final Test Result (>60% positive answers – credit)

5.   Topics of the didactic classes at the unit
     Lectures

             Specificity of pediatric and neonatal surgery. Congenital obstruction of
                alimentary tract
             Pediatric urology. Congenital obstructive lesions of urinary tract.
                Hypospadiasis. Bladder extrophy and epispadiasis syndrome
             Prenatal       diagnosis/therapy    and     pediatric   surgery.     Congenital
                diaphragmatic hernia
             Trauma injuries in children. Traumatic shock
             Neural tube defects. Hydrocephalus
               Acquired intestinal obstruction. Necrotizing enterocolitis. Short-bowel
                syndrome
     Seminars
     Labs
             Pediatric oncologic surgery
             Central venous access
             Abdominal pain, appendicitis, peritonitis
             Leśniowski-Crohn’s disease. Ulcerative colitis
             Burns in children – the strategy of treatment
             Inguinal hernia
            Undescended testis, torsion, varicocele. Phimosis
            Hirschsprung’s disease. Constipation. Meconium ileus. Cystic fibrosis
            Central nervous system injuries
            Congenital abdominal wall defects
            Neonatal cholestasis. Cholelithiasis
            Gastro-esophageal reflux disease
            Congenital cervical cyst
            The pre- and postoperative care in pediatric surgery
            Osteomyelitis
            Congenital lung anomalies. Pleural empyema
            Urinary tract infection in children. Vesico-ureteral reflux. Urolithiasis
              Gastrointestinal bleeding in children. Vascular malformations in children
   Elective courses
6. A form of classes’ crediting
      1. A way of evaluation individual labs
      2. A way of evaluation seminars
      3. A way and a form of final evaluation the whole course at the unit
      4. A form of exemption from an exam
      all students are obliged to complete a 1-week block of pediatric surgery labs
        (28hrs) and six 2-hours lectures on pediatric surgery
      Number of Tests Given: 1. Source of Test/Exam Questions: Self-written. Type of
        Test/Exam Questions: Multiple choice
      How Are Final Course Grades Determined – The Final Test Result (>60%
        positive answers – credit)

7.   A list of recommended books

        1. The obligatory books for obtaining a basic knowledge of a subject (max 2 books)
        2. The optional books (max 2 books)
      Obligatory: Becker JM, Stucchi AF: Essentials of Surgery. Saunders Elsevier,
        Philadelphia 2006, ISBF – 721681867
      Optional: Grosfeld JL, O’Neill JA, Fonkalsrud EW, Coran AG (eds): Pediatric
        Surgery. Vol. 1,2 , Mosby Elsevier, Philadelphia 2006, ISBN – 032302842-X
a – write down the number of didactic hours
b – the Dean ‘s Office puts in the table

								
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