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Muscular Skeletal Integumentary Review AzHOSA

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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

								
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