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Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
MUSCULOSKELETAL BLOCKISM5014626Yearly44+58-7
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseEnglish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypePractice
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Aylin REZVANİ
Name of Lecturer(s)Prof.Dr. Tuğrul ÖRMECİ, Assoc.Prof. Sena TOLU, Assoc.Prof. Mehmet AĞIRMAN, Prof.Dr. İbrahim AZBOY, Prof.Dr. Aylin REZVANİ, Assoc.Prof. Bilgehan ÇATAL, Assist.Prof. Aybars TEKCAN, Assist.Prof. Ahmet ÜŞEN, Assist.Prof. Çağlayan ASLANBAŞ, Assist.Prof. Kadir UZEL, Prof.Dr. Ahmet Salim GÖKTEPE, Assist.Prof. Şadiye SARATAŞ, Assist.Prof. İlknur TOPAL, Assoc.Prof. Levent BAYAM, Assist.Prof. Mehmet SOYARSLAN, Assoc.Prof. Erdinç GENÇ, Assist.Prof. Serhad BİLİM, Assist.Prof. Banu KARAALİOĞLU
Assistant(s)
Aim The aim of this clerkship is; to provide understanding the evaluation and conservative treatment of patients with painful diseases of the musculoskeletal system, bone and soft tissue tumors, fractures, dislocations and limb muscle, nerve, tendon and soft tissue injuries that are fr equently seen in pediatric and adult age and are the cause of significant morbidity and mortality, as well as patients with other congenital or acquired physical inabilities and disabilities, coordination of their rehabilitation, surgical treatment and care, and understanding how the individuals achieve the highest level of their physical functions.
Course ContentThis course contains; Orthopedics and Traumatology AND Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Orientation ,Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,Patient Evaluation ,clinical practice Lower extremity examination ,Physical therapy agents used in PM&R,Clinical practice Spine examination (neck, upper and lower back) ,Clinical practice Upper extremity examination ,Radiology Lower Extremity adiology,Knee Diiseases ,Plaster Splint Applications ,Hand and Wrist Diseases ,Upper Extremity Fractures (T, A) ,Lower Extremity Fractures (T, A) ,Open Fractures and Compartment Syndrome (T, A) ,Radiology Upper Extremty Radiology,The Surgery of Shoulder and Elbow Diseases ,Shoulder Pain (CBL) ,Fracture Healing ,Foot and Ankle Diseases ,Fractures in Children (T, A) ,Dislocations and their Complications (T, A,K) ,Pelvis and Acetabulum Fractures (T,A) ,Approaching to Patients with Multiple Trauma (T,A) ,Jonit and Bone Infections (ÖnT) ,Radiology Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors ,Bone Tumorsi (ÖnT, K) ,Soft Tissue Tumors (ÖnT, K) ,Complex Regional Pain Syndrome ,Radyoloji Spine (Neck, Upper Back, Lower Back), Mechanical Low Back Pain and Lumbar Disc herniation (T,T) ,Low Back Pain (CBL) ,neck and Upper Back Pain (CBL),Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation ,Spondiloarthritis (ön-T) ,Spine Trauma ,Spine Deformities. ,Chronic Pain Syndrome (Fibromyalgia, miofascial pain syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrom) (T) ,Osteoporosis (ÖnT, K) ,Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ) ,Osteoarthritis Cases (T, T, K, İ) ,Surgery in Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ) ,Rehabilitation of Nerve and Tendon Injuries ,Surgery in Tenosinovitis (T,T) ,Developmental Hip Displasia,Approaching to the Limping Child and Pediatric Foot Disease (T,Cerebral Palsy ,Surguery of Tendon and Nerve Injureys ,Soft Tissue Rheumatism (T,T),Lymphedema and lipedema (T) ,Joint Pain and Swelling ,Joint Pain and Swelling Cases,Rheumatoid Arthritis (ÖnT) .
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
The first target of this internship is painful diseases of the musculoskeletal system, bone and soft tissue tumors, fractures, dislocations and extremity muscle, nerve, tendon and soft tissue injuries, polytraumas brought to the emergency room, and To inform students about the evaluation of patients with other congenital or acquired physical disabilities and disabilities, their conservative treatment, rehabilitation, surgery and coordination of care, and ensuring that the individual's physical functions reach the highest level. In addition, during the primary health care service of the graduated students, they can diagnose and treat these diseases in parallel with their level of education in UCEP, and perform emergency intervention, refer them to the higher level institution when necessary, provide consultancy on prevention methods and risk factors, follow the current literature, think scientifically and are ethical at every stage. is the training of physicians who act in accordance with the rules.10, 16, 9A, D
Teaching Methods:10: Discussion Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam, D: Oral Exam

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Orthopedics and Traumatology AND Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Orientation
2Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
3Patient Evaluation
4clinical practice Lower extremity examination
5Physical therapy agents used in PM&R
6Clinical practice Spine examination (neck, upper and lower back)
7Clinical practice Upper extremity examination
8Radiology Lower Extremity adiology
9Knee Diiseases
10Plaster Splint Applications
11Hand and Wrist Diseases
12Upper Extremity Fractures (T, A)
13Lower Extremity Fractures (T, A)
14Open Fractures and Compartment Syndrome (T, A)
15Radiology Upper Extremty Radiology
16The Surgery of Shoulder and Elbow Diseases
17Shoulder Pain (CBL)
18Fracture Healing
19Foot and Ankle Diseases
20Fractures in Children (T, A)
21Dislocations and their Complications (T, A,K)
22Pelvis and Acetabulum Fractures (T,A)
23Approaching to Patients with Multiple Trauma (T,A)
24Jonit and Bone Infections (ÖnT)
25Radiology Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
26Bone Tumorsi (ÖnT, K)
27Soft Tissue Tumors (ÖnT, K)
28Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
29Radyoloji Spine (Neck, Upper Back, Lower Back)
30 Mechanical Low Back Pain and Lumbar Disc herniation (T,T)
31Low Back Pain (CBL)
32neck and Upper Back Pain (CBL)
33Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
34Spondiloarthritis (ön-T)
35Spine Trauma
36Spine Deformities.
37Chronic Pain Syndrome (Fibromyalgia, miofascial pain syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrom) (T)
38Osteoporosis (ÖnT, K)
39Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ)
40Osteoarthritis Cases (T, T, K, İ)
41Surgery in Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ)
42Rehabilitation of Nerve and Tendon Injuries
43Surgery in Tenosinovitis (T,T)
44Developmental Hip Displasia
45Approaching to the Limping Child and Pediatric Foot Disease (T
46Cerebral Palsy
47Surguery of Tendon and Nerve Injureys
48Soft Tissue Rheumatism (T,T)
49Lymphedema and lipedema (T)
50Joint Pain and Swelling
51Joint Pain and Swelling Cases
52Rheumatoid Arthritis (ÖnT)
Resources
1. Hasan Oğuz (ed), Medical rehabilitation (2015). Nobel Medical Bookstores. 2. Sebnem Ataman and Peyman Yalçın (ed), (2012). Nobel bookstore 3. David X. Cifu (ed), Braddom’s Physical medicine and rehabilitation (2015). Elsevier

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
PQ1: Knows the morphological and functional normal and abnormal structure of human body.
X
2
PQ2: Knows the essential ways of determining the underlying causes of the pathologies with basic scientific approaches and the diagnoses of illnesses and disorders.
X
3
PQ3: Knows the reasons for illnesses, the ways of protection, and the methods of promotion and improvement of public health.
X
4
PQ4: Knows the methods of advancing his/her knowledge about health and its practice.
X
5
PQ5: Accesses, interprets and applies the advanced interdisciplinary information related to health.
X
6
PQ6: Performs a complete clinical examination of the human body, both morphologically and functionally and defines the problems.
X
7
PQ7: Interprets examination data for diagnoses, compares with clinical data, and provides solutions.
X
8
PQ8: Selects and applies appropriate tools for promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
X
9
PQ9: Plans and conducts an advanced study of health independently.
X
10
PQ10: Takes responsibility individually and as a team member to solve the problems encountered in the promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
X
11
PQ11: Takes responsibility for any intervention on the human body for the diagnosis and treatment.
X
12
PQ12: Determines personal learning requirements and decides and develops a positive lifelong learning attitude.
X
13
PQ13: Evaluates the information gained in the field of health with a critical approach.
X
14
PQ14: Informs the patient, the relevant people and institutions, and the public about the health problem and conveys recommendations of solutions in writing and/or verbally.
X
15
PQ15: Shares their recommendations on promotion and improvement of health with interdisciplinary experts by supporting with data.
X
16
PQ16: Uses English at least at the General Level of European Language Portfolio B1, follows resources in his/her field and communicates.
X
17
PQ17: Uses computer software, information, and communication technologies at least at the Advanced Level of European Computer Operating License.
X
18
PQ18: Acts in accordance with social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the stages of obtaining, interpreting, applying and announcing the data related to the field of health.
X
19
PQ19: Develops strategy, policy and implementation plans on health issues and evaluate the results obtained the framework of quality processes.
X
20
PQ20: Systematically shares his/her works on promoting and improving health with quantitative and qualitative data and interdisciplinary experts.
X
21
PQ21: Has sufficient awareness on occupational health and safety issues.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100
ECTS / Workload Table
ActivitiesNumber ofDuration(Hour)Total Workload(Hour)
Course Hours13030
Guided Problem Solving13030
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report13030
Term Project000
Presentation of Project / Seminar000
Quiz000
Midterm Exam000
General Exam23060
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan23060
Total Workload(Hour)210
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(210/30)7
ECTS of the course: 30 hours of work is counted as 1 ECTS credit.

Detail Informations of the Course

Course Description

CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
MUSCULOSKELETAL BLOCKISM5014626Yearly44+58-7
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseEnglish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypePractice
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Aylin REZVANİ
Name of Lecturer(s)Prof.Dr. Tuğrul ÖRMECİ, Assoc.Prof. Sena TOLU, Assoc.Prof. Mehmet AĞIRMAN, Prof.Dr. İbrahim AZBOY, Prof.Dr. Aylin REZVANİ, Assoc.Prof. Bilgehan ÇATAL, Assist.Prof. Aybars TEKCAN, Assist.Prof. Ahmet ÜŞEN, Assist.Prof. Çağlayan ASLANBAŞ, Assist.Prof. Kadir UZEL, Prof.Dr. Ahmet Salim GÖKTEPE, Assist.Prof. Şadiye SARATAŞ, Assist.Prof. İlknur TOPAL, Assoc.Prof. Levent BAYAM, Assist.Prof. Mehmet SOYARSLAN, Assoc.Prof. Erdinç GENÇ, Assist.Prof. Serhad BİLİM, Assist.Prof. Banu KARAALİOĞLU
Assistant(s)
Aim The aim of this clerkship is; to provide understanding the evaluation and conservative treatment of patients with painful diseases of the musculoskeletal system, bone and soft tissue tumors, fractures, dislocations and limb muscle, nerve, tendon and soft tissue injuries that are fr equently seen in pediatric and adult age and are the cause of significant morbidity and mortality, as well as patients with other congenital or acquired physical inabilities and disabilities, coordination of their rehabilitation, surgical treatment and care, and understanding how the individuals achieve the highest level of their physical functions.
Course ContentThis course contains; Orthopedics and Traumatology AND Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Orientation ,Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation,Patient Evaluation ,clinical practice Lower extremity examination ,Physical therapy agents used in PM&R,Clinical practice Spine examination (neck, upper and lower back) ,Clinical practice Upper extremity examination ,Radiology Lower Extremity adiology,Knee Diiseases ,Plaster Splint Applications ,Hand and Wrist Diseases ,Upper Extremity Fractures (T, A) ,Lower Extremity Fractures (T, A) ,Open Fractures and Compartment Syndrome (T, A) ,Radiology Upper Extremty Radiology,The Surgery of Shoulder and Elbow Diseases ,Shoulder Pain (CBL) ,Fracture Healing ,Foot and Ankle Diseases ,Fractures in Children (T, A) ,Dislocations and their Complications (T, A,K) ,Pelvis and Acetabulum Fractures (T,A) ,Approaching to Patients with Multiple Trauma (T,A) ,Jonit and Bone Infections (ÖnT) ,Radiology Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors ,Bone Tumorsi (ÖnT, K) ,Soft Tissue Tumors (ÖnT, K) ,Complex Regional Pain Syndrome ,Radyoloji Spine (Neck, Upper Back, Lower Back), Mechanical Low Back Pain and Lumbar Disc herniation (T,T) ,Low Back Pain (CBL) ,neck and Upper Back Pain (CBL),Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation ,Spondiloarthritis (ön-T) ,Spine Trauma ,Spine Deformities. ,Chronic Pain Syndrome (Fibromyalgia, miofascial pain syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrom) (T) ,Osteoporosis (ÖnT, K) ,Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ) ,Osteoarthritis Cases (T, T, K, İ) ,Surgery in Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ) ,Rehabilitation of Nerve and Tendon Injuries ,Surgery in Tenosinovitis (T,T) ,Developmental Hip Displasia,Approaching to the Limping Child and Pediatric Foot Disease (T,Cerebral Palsy ,Surguery of Tendon and Nerve Injureys ,Soft Tissue Rheumatism (T,T),Lymphedema and lipedema (T) ,Joint Pain and Swelling ,Joint Pain and Swelling Cases,Rheumatoid Arthritis (ÖnT) .
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
The first target of this internship is painful diseases of the musculoskeletal system, bone and soft tissue tumors, fractures, dislocations and extremity muscle, nerve, tendon and soft tissue injuries, polytraumas brought to the emergency room, and To inform students about the evaluation of patients with other congenital or acquired physical disabilities and disabilities, their conservative treatment, rehabilitation, surgery and coordination of care, and ensuring that the individual's physical functions reach the highest level. In addition, during the primary health care service of the graduated students, they can diagnose and treat these diseases in parallel with their level of education in UCEP, and perform emergency intervention, refer them to the higher level institution when necessary, provide consultancy on prevention methods and risk factors, follow the current literature, think scientifically and are ethical at every stage. is the training of physicians who act in accordance with the rules.10, 16, 9A, D
Teaching Methods:10: Discussion Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam, D: Oral Exam

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
1Orthopedics and Traumatology AND Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Orientation
2Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation
3Patient Evaluation
4clinical practice Lower extremity examination
5Physical therapy agents used in PM&R
6Clinical practice Spine examination (neck, upper and lower back)
7Clinical practice Upper extremity examination
8Radiology Lower Extremity adiology
9Knee Diiseases
10Plaster Splint Applications
11Hand and Wrist Diseases
12Upper Extremity Fractures (T, A)
13Lower Extremity Fractures (T, A)
14Open Fractures and Compartment Syndrome (T, A)
15Radiology Upper Extremty Radiology
16The Surgery of Shoulder and Elbow Diseases
17Shoulder Pain (CBL)
18Fracture Healing
19Foot and Ankle Diseases
20Fractures in Children (T, A)
21Dislocations and their Complications (T, A,K)
22Pelvis and Acetabulum Fractures (T,A)
23Approaching to Patients with Multiple Trauma (T,A)
24Jonit and Bone Infections (ÖnT)
25Radiology Bone and Soft Tissue Tumors
26Bone Tumorsi (ÖnT, K)
27Soft Tissue Tumors (ÖnT, K)
28Complex Regional Pain Syndrome
29Radyoloji Spine (Neck, Upper Back, Lower Back)
30 Mechanical Low Back Pain and Lumbar Disc herniation (T,T)
31Low Back Pain (CBL)
32neck and Upper Back Pain (CBL)
33Spinal Cord Injury Rehabilitation
34Spondiloarthritis (ön-T)
35Spine Trauma
36Spine Deformities.
37Chronic Pain Syndrome (Fibromyalgia, miofascial pain syndrome, chronic fatigue syndrom) (T)
38Osteoporosis (ÖnT, K)
39Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ)
40Osteoarthritis Cases (T, T, K, İ)
41Surgery in Osteoarthritis (T, T, K, İ)
42Rehabilitation of Nerve and Tendon Injuries
43Surgery in Tenosinovitis (T,T)
44Developmental Hip Displasia
45Approaching to the Limping Child and Pediatric Foot Disease (T
46Cerebral Palsy
47Surguery of Tendon and Nerve Injureys
48Soft Tissue Rheumatism (T,T)
49Lymphedema and lipedema (T)
50Joint Pain and Swelling
51Joint Pain and Swelling Cases
52Rheumatoid Arthritis (ÖnT)
Resources
1. Hasan Oğuz (ed), Medical rehabilitation (2015). Nobel Medical Bookstores. 2. Sebnem Ataman and Peyman Yalçın (ed), (2012). Nobel bookstore 3. David X. Cifu (ed), Braddom’s Physical medicine and rehabilitation (2015). Elsevier

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications

Course Contribution to Program Qualifications
NoProgram QualificationContribution Level
12345
1
PQ1: Knows the morphological and functional normal and abnormal structure of human body.
X
2
PQ2: Knows the essential ways of determining the underlying causes of the pathologies with basic scientific approaches and the diagnoses of illnesses and disorders.
X
3
PQ3: Knows the reasons for illnesses, the ways of protection, and the methods of promotion and improvement of public health.
X
4
PQ4: Knows the methods of advancing his/her knowledge about health and its practice.
X
5
PQ5: Accesses, interprets and applies the advanced interdisciplinary information related to health.
X
6
PQ6: Performs a complete clinical examination of the human body, both morphologically and functionally and defines the problems.
X
7
PQ7: Interprets examination data for diagnoses, compares with clinical data, and provides solutions.
X
8
PQ8: Selects and applies appropriate tools for promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
X
9
PQ9: Plans and conducts an advanced study of health independently.
X
10
PQ10: Takes responsibility individually and as a team member to solve the problems encountered in the promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
X
11
PQ11: Takes responsibility for any intervention on the human body for the diagnosis and treatment.
X
12
PQ12: Determines personal learning requirements and decides and develops a positive lifelong learning attitude.
X
13
PQ13: Evaluates the information gained in the field of health with a critical approach.
X
14
PQ14: Informs the patient, the relevant people and institutions, and the public about the health problem and conveys recommendations of solutions in writing and/or verbally.
X
15
PQ15: Shares their recommendations on promotion and improvement of health with interdisciplinary experts by supporting with data.
X
16
PQ16: Uses English at least at the General Level of European Language Portfolio B1, follows resources in his/her field and communicates.
X
17
PQ17: Uses computer software, information, and communication technologies at least at the Advanced Level of European Computer Operating License.
X
18
PQ18: Acts in accordance with social, scientific, cultural and ethical values in the stages of obtaining, interpreting, applying and announcing the data related to the field of health.
X
19
PQ19: Develops strategy, policy and implementation plans on health issues and evaluate the results obtained the framework of quality processes.
X
20
PQ20: Systematically shares his/her works on promoting and improving health with quantitative and qualitative data and interdisciplinary experts.
X
21
PQ21: Has sufficient awareness on occupational health and safety issues.
X

Assessment Methods

Contribution LevelAbsolute Evaluation
Rate of Midterm Exam to Success 40
Rate of Final Exam to Success 60
Total 100

Numerical Data

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