3rd Year Annotation – AOK KUA141

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Name of the course: Surgical propedeutics
Credits: 4
Lecture: 2 lessons per week – Course code: AOK-KUA141 –
Form of exam: examination (written test)
Practice: 2 lessons per week – Course code: AOK-KUA142 –
Form of examination: signature

Obligatory textbooks: Ed.: Norton, Barie, Bollinger, Chang, Lowry, Mulvihill, Pass, Thompson, Shirazi: Surgery: Basic Science and Clinical Evidence , 2nd ed. 2008. Available formats: eBook, Hardcover, ISBN 978-0-387-681113-9
Recommended textbooks: –
Year/semester: 3rd year, 2nd semester
Subject requirement(s): Prerequisites prescribed in the Rules and Regulations of the Faculty of Medicine, University of Szeged.

Syllabus
(lectures, practices, seminars)
Week Lecture Practice/Seminar
1. The origins and development of surgery Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
2. Observation and documentation of surgical patients Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
3. The significance and role of asepsis and antisepsis in the practice of surgery Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
4. Types of wounds and the basic principles of wound healing Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
5. Blood transfusion Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
6. Surgical oncology Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
7. Surgical immunology Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
8. SPRING BREAK  
9. Enteral and parenteral feeding Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
10. The role of endoscopy in surgery Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
11. Bleeding and haemostasis, surgical devices Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
12. Surgical infections. Modern antibiotic treatment Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
13. NATIONAL HOLIDAY Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
14. Perioperative complications Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients
15. Test exam, TIK computer cabinet Demonstration and investigation of surgical patients

Requirements for the successful completion of the course: Attendance of the lectures is not compulsory but strictly recommended. Attendance of the practical is compulsory. Proofs of the reason of absences – not later than the week after the absence – are to be presented at the Secretariat of the Department of Surgery as stated in the Faculty Code of Study Regulations. Official time: every day 9-10 am, 14-15 pm.
At the end of every lecture the students can take a test of 4 questions about the material of the given lecture. Those students who achieve at least 80% of the maximum points the Department offer grade 4 (good), and those ones who achieve at least 90% of the maximum points the Department offer grade 5 (excellent) as the result of the official examination.

All those students who have not been given an offered mark or have not accepted it have to take the test exam. The examination will be organized in form of a written test on the 15th of May 2019 Wednesday: at the time of the official lecture, in the computer cabinet of TIK (University Klebelsberg Library, 6722, Szeged, Ady tér 10). Evaluation: passed – over 61-70%, accepted- over 71-80%, good- over 81-90%, excellent- above 90%. The test is qualified as an official examination. Unjustified absence decreases the number of the exam options. Replacement: oral examination.
We pointedly call the attention on the fact the test will be based both of the lectures and the relevant chapters of the official textbook.

Forms of testing: test + oral examination

  • MTO-s: no
  • Examination at the end of the semester: examination

Students are required to sign up for, or postpone examinations through the Neptun system.

Szeged, 11 January 2019

András Petri, M.D., Ph.D., Habil. György Lázár M.D., Ph.D., D.Sc.
Clinical Deputy Director Head of Department
Thursday February 25th, 2021 @ 08:19 AM