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					47. (StV-SZOPP) – DENTAL PROTECTION OF PEOPLE WITH
SPECIAL NEEDS
STUDY PROGRAM                                 Intefrated Studies of Stomatology
PROGRAM
DEPARTMENT                                    Department of Stomatolgy
SUBJECT                                       DENTAL PROTECTION OF PEOPLE WITH SPECIAL NEEDS
SUBJECT STATUS                                Compulsory
Condition: none
                                           Winter term                           Summer term
Academic                           (no. of lessons per week)               (no. of lessons per week)                                Number of      Number of
                                                                                                               Number of tests
  Year                                                                                                                               seminars       POINTS
                                   Lectures              Practice          Lectures           Pracitce
                  fifth                -                      -                 2                  -                   -                  -             1,0
                                                      Lectures, clinical practice at the faculty and out-patient departments in the field (schools and inpatient
                   Methods of teaching                clinics for people with special needs)
 GOAL




                    Acquiring practical knowledge and skills necessary for apprehension about characteristics of oral pathology, most common cases
                    and diseases of people with special needs. Introducing to characteristics and basic principles of dental care for these patients.

                                     1. Knowledge of epidemological and socio-economic characteristics of this patient category in our population.
                                     2. Knowledge of medical aspects of dental protection of people with special needs.
                                     3. Knowledge of specific oral pathology in most common cases and diseases of people with special needs.
                                     4. Knowlegde of prophilactic measrues that can be applied to these patients (according to categories).
                      Know-
                                     5. Introducing to characteristics of out-patient work and possibilities to work in i.v. and inhalation sedation.
PURPOSE




                      ledge
                                     6. Introducing to charachteristics of working in total anesthesia.
                                     7. Knowledge of legislation in dental protection of disabled people and obligations of health-care workers (dentists)
                                        to them.
                                     8. Knowledge of most common kinds of disability.
                                     1. Taking positive attitude about people with disability (accepting and understanding of their needs and abilities).
                          Skills     2. Skill at establishing communication with people with disability.
                                     3. Capability to perform examination and make therapy plan.
                      Lectures – methodical units
                   - Goal and importance of subject, characteristics of oral pathology in people with special needs.
                   - Psycho-social aspects of dental protection for people with special needs. Kinds of disability, possibility of dental treatment.
                   - Prevention from oral diseases of people with special needs.
                   - Prevention from oral diseases of people with special needs – prophylaxis of oral diseases.
                   - Individual programme for oral disease prevention.
                   - People with high medical risks in dental office. Socio-medical importance.
                   - Orthodontic treatment of persons with jaw and palate split.
                   - Orthodontic treatment of persons with serious craniofacial abnormalities.
SUBJECT CONTENT




                   - Premedication and sedation of people with special needs.
                   - Dental management of patients in total anesthesia.
                   - Rehabilitation of patients with special needs with mobile devices.
                   - Rehabilitation of patients with special needs with fixed devices
                     Practical teaching – methodical units
                   - Introducing to characteristics of dental management of patients with special needs, kinds of disability, communication capability,
                   dental work in out-patient treatment setting.
                   - Admission and examination of people with special needs, management planning, practical performance (out-door work).
                   - Oral hygiene – choice of medical devices and techniquies for maintaing oral hygiene in patients with special needs. Patient and
                   parent training in proper oral hygiene maintenance.
                   - Out-door treatment of patients with high medical risks.
                   - Dental management of patients in total anesthesia.
                   - Mobile orthodontic appliances in patients with jaw and palate split.
                   - Fixed orthodontic appliances in patients with serious abnormalities.
                   - Out-door work in the field (schools and inpatient clinics for people with special needs).


                                                           1. Dental Care of the Medically Complex Patient, By Peter B. Lockhart, June H. Nunn, John
                                                           G. Meechan. Published 2004 Elsevier Health Sciences
  RECOMMENDED                              Mandatory
     READING                                               2. Special Care Dentistry Author(s)/Editor(s): Fiske, Janet / Dickinson, Chris / Boyle, Carole /
                                                           Rafique, Sobia / Burke, Mary. Quintessence Publishing
                                            Further
                               Student Work Assessment – number of points for individual activity
                               Pre-exam obligations                                               Final Exam            Total
     Lectures      Practice          Test            Seminar paper          Other           Written            Oral
                                                                                                                           100
       20            20                                                                                        60

                                                  List of Teachers and Associates
Associate       Assistant      Lecturer         Prof. of studies     Assistant Prof.   Associate Prof.   Professor    Scientist

                    1                                                      2
1.    Asst. Prof. Predrag Vucinic, M.D.
2.    Asst. Prof. Duska Blagojevic, M.D. (in elections)
3.    Asst.Ivan Tusek, MSc




                                                                                                  Head of Department
                                                                                           Prof. Dubravka Markovic, M.D.

				
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