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WING IT A Collective Review of Eight Lessons Introduction One challenge for teachers is how to incorporate previous learned lessons and skills in activities. This lab will help students recall that information, develop methods of review and reinforce the information in an activity that ties everything together. The lab provides opportunities to demonstrate how the information is used in a healthcare setting. Lessons Required Microorganisms Infection Medical Asepsis Aseptic Practices and Measures Protective Measures Cells, Tissues and Organs Integumentary System Muscular Skeletal System Microorganisms Types of Microbes Discuss Salmonella – Although there is no blood, the microbe is carried in the fluid and not visible to the eye – like most pathogens Infection Chain of Infection Medical Asepsis Aseptic Practices and Measures Hand washing Cleaning Contaminate areas and supplies Protective Measures Standard Precautions Personal Protective Equipment - PPE Transmission Precautions Donning and Removing gloves Direct and Indirect Contact Cells, Tissues and Organs Types of Tissue in a Chicken wing Epithelial Covers internal and external body surface Connective Bones, tendons, ligaments, cartilage and blood Muscle Skeletal, smooth, cardiac Nerve Carries impulses from brain to body parts and back Integumentary System Review Function Review structure Epidermis Dermis Hair, nerves, vessels, glands Fascia – connects skin to muscle Muscular System Review Function Review structure Number of muscle in the human body Voluntary/Involuntary Type of muscle in the wing Tendons Attach muscle to bone Isolate a muscle that goes over a joint and find tendon and attachment point Skeletal Review Function Review structure Types of bones Periosteum – find by using probe to lift off bone Bone Marrow – find a small bone, break in half and examine marrow Diseases Ligaments Connects bone to bone Isolate a ligament Joints Two or more bones come together Isolate a joint Identify the cartilage Summary Clean up all material, chicken parts, instruments and surfaces Reinforce direct and indirect contact and medical asespsis Have students write a short summary of their lab. Name ______________________________________ Date ______________ Chicken Wing Lab Summary What is the name of the microbe commonly found on raw chicken? What can you do to prevent the contamination of this microbe in your kitchen? In the hospital/nursing home setting, who are you protecting by practicing good medical asespsis? a. b. c. Name three things that you knew and then observed today that you now understand better. a. b. c. Name three new things you learned from today’s lab. a. b. c. Supplies Chicken wings Dissection kits Clorox Pail Gloves Disinfecting Wipes Hand Sanitizer Garbage bags Trash cans
"Muscular Skeletal Integumentary Review AzHOSA"