Introduction to Clinical Medicine - International students, 3rd year - summer semester


 

  1. Tachypnea, hyperpnea, cough, hempotysis
  2. Dyspnea, stridor
  3. Changes of cardiac murmurs and adventitious sounds
  4. Changes in cardiac rhythm
  5. Auxiliary respiratory murmurs
  6. Cardiac murmurs
  7. Evaluation of the state of conscience
  8. Gait and abnormal movements
  9. Most frequent changes of the skin and cutaneous adnexa (color, blood supply, hydration, efflorescence)
  10. Vomitus, hematemesis
  11. Abdominal pain
  12. Changes in defecating
  13. Temperature, subfebrile states, hyperpyrexia
  14. Edemas
  15. Growth disorders, evaluation of somatic development, percentile graphs
  16. Disorders of nutrition, hypotrophy, dystrophy, obesity
  17. Pain in the chest
  18. Changes of the voice and disorders of the speech
  19. Cyanosis
  20. Dysuria, polakisuria, polyuria, oliguria, anuria, polydipsia
  21. Natural nutrition of the baby – breastfeeding
  22. Artificial feeding of the infant
  23. Principles of diets
  24. Icterus
  25. Major disorders of the neuropsychic development
  26. Neonatus of a low birth body weight, immature and hypotrophic newborn
  27. Evaluation of the psychomotor development
  28. Ascites
  29. Disorders of consciousness
  30. Symptomatology of oncological diseases
  31. Dyspnea, stridor
  32. Cardiac murmurs
  33. Evaluation of the state of consciousness
  34. Pain in the chest
  35. Principles of clinical examination of the abdomen and major pathological findings
  36. Examination methods of the uropoietic system
  37. Symptoms of haemopathies, physical examination
  38. Symptoms of endocrine diseases and basic endocrinological examination
  39. Haemorrhagic diathesis – symptomatology
  40. Physical finding in ascites
  41. Non-invasive and invasive examination methods in cardiology
  42. Examination methods in pulmology
  43. Physical finding in aortal stenosis and aortal insufficiency
  44. Non-invasive and invasive examination methods in angiology
  45. Physical finding in mitral stenosis and mitral insufficiency
  46. Meningeal syndrome and intracranial hypertension – symptoms, examination
  47. Physical finding in ischemic disease of lower extremities
  48. Principles of clinical examination of the abdomen and physiological findings
  49. Physical finding in emphysema
  50. Physical finding in pericarditis
  51. Physical finding in immunodeficiencies
  52. Physical finding in thrombophlebitis and phlebothrombosis
  53. Dehydration – physical finding
  54. Physiological neonatus – first postnatal examination
  55. Physical finding in pneumothorax
  56. Physical finding in pleural exudate
  57. Physical finding in bronchitis
  58. Examination of the locomotor apparatus
  59. Physical finding in pneumonia
  60. Physical finding in atelectasis
  61. Typical findings in clinical examination of the patient with the external (inguinal) incarcerated hernia
  62. Meningeal syndrome and intracranial hypertension – symptoms, examination
  63. Physical finding in congenital cardiac defects
  64. Basic neurological examination
  65. Examination methods in gastroenterology and hepatology
  66. Physical finding in the tricuspid valve insufficiency
  67. Physical finding in the pleural exudate
  68. Typical findings in clinical examination of the patient with peritonitis
  69. Typical findings in clinical examination of the patient with ileus
  70. Blood count – examination, specific features of different age periods, differences in childhood
  71. Examination of the cerebrospinal fluid
  72. Urine collection for chemical, microscopic and bacteriological examination in children and adults
  73. Examination of the stools in children and adults
  74. Indication set of laboratory tests in diseases of the uropoietic system
  75. Indication set of laboratory tests in diabetology
  76. Indication set of laboratory tests in diseases of the circulatory system
  77. Injection technique – in children and adults
  78. Basic coagulation examination in children and adults
  79. Basic alergological laboratory tests
  80. Indication set of laboratory tests in diseases of the locomotor apparatus
  81. Indication set of laboratory tests in diseases of the respiratory system
  82. Infusion and transfusion – in children and adults
  83. Basic immunoassays in children and adults
  84. Vaccination and tuberculine (Sterneedle) tests
  85. Technique of blood pressure measurement, hypertension, hypotension, percentile graphs
  86. Indication set of laboratory tests in diseases of the endocrine system
  87. Growth and sexual development of the child – auxanology – basic growth and development data
  88. Puncture and biopsy – in children and adults
  89. Indication set of laboratory tests in diseases of the gastrointestinal system
  90. Disorders of the acid-base balance – examination
  91. Indication set of laboratory tests in nephropathies
  92. Indication set of laboratory tests in hepatology
  93. Changes in osmolality of the homeostasis – examination methods and interpretation
  94. Indication set of laboratory tests in rheumatology
  95. Dehydration – laboratory examination
     

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