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CourseCodeSemesterT+P (Hour)CreditECTS
RESPIRATORY and CIRCULATORY BLOCKISM4214656Spring Semester62+78-10
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseEnglish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypePractice
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Mehmet BAYRAM
Name of Lecturer(s)Prof.Dr. Erdoğan KUNTER, Prof.Dr. Mustafa Kürşat ÖZVARAN, Prof.Dr. Dursun DUMAN, Prof.Dr. İrfan BARUTÇU, Prof.Dr. Cengiz EROL, Prof.Dr. Mehmet Zeki GÜNLÜOĞLU, Prof.Dr. Ekrem GÜLER, Assist.Prof. Fatih Erkam OLGUN, Prof.Dr. Ibrahim Oğuz KARACA, Prof.Dr. Fethi KILIÇASLAN, Prof.Dr. Hacı Murat GÜNEŞ, Prof.Dr. Zekeriya NURKALEM, Assist.Prof. Mustafa DÜGER, Assist.Prof. Abdullah KANSU, Prof.Dr. Mehmet BAYRAM, Prof.Dr. Muhammed Emin AKKOYUNLU, Assist.Prof. Arzu YAZAR, Assist.Prof. Melahat BEKİR KÜLAH, Assoc.Prof. Beytullah ÇAKAL, Assist.Prof. Aykun HAKGÖR
Assistant(s)Prof.Dr. Erdoğan KUNTER, Prof.Dr. Mustafa Kürşat ÖZVARAN, Prof.Dr. Dursun DUMAN, Prof.Dr. İrfan BARUTÇU, Prof.Dr. Cengiz EROL, Prof.Dr. Mehmet Zeki GÜNLÜOĞLU, Prof.Dr. Ekrem GÜLER, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Fatih Erkam OLGUN, Prof.Dr. Ibrahim Oğuz KARACA, Prof.Dr. Fethi KILIÇASLAN, Doç.Dr. Hacı Murat GÜNEŞ, Prof.Dr. Zekeriya NURKALEM, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Mustafa DÜGER, Prof.Dr. Aydın YILDIRIM, Prof.Dr. Özgür Ulaş ÖZCAN, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Abdullah KANSU, Prof.Dr. Mehmet BAYRAM, Prof.Dr. Muhammed Emin AKKOYUNLU, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Arzu YAZAR, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Melahat BEKİR KÜLAH, Doç.Dr. Beytullah ÇAKAL
AimAim is to understand the etiology and risk factors, to learn what kind of tests are done to recognize the disease, to be able to make differential diagnosis and treatment .. to manage emergencies related to the disease. Cardiology To increase awareness about the common issues of the patients with cardiovascular disease that increased in number thanks to advanced treatment facilities and raised elderly population.To provide a comprehensive knowledge about cardiovascular diseases which might be fatal if misdiagnosed.
Course ContentThis course contains; Chest diseases-case base-PULMONARY EMBOLISM(2 hours),Introduction to Chest Diseases and Thoracic Surgery,Physical examination,Arterial gas sampling and interpretation,Pulmonary function tests, indications, aplication and interpretation,Thoracic imaging methods, Chest X-ray and Thoracic BT,COPD diagnosis and treatment,Asthma Diagnosis and Treatment,Bronchiectasis Diagnosis and Treatment,Pneumonia Diagnosis, Clasification and Treatment,Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis and Treatment,Respiratory Insufficiency,Lung Cancer Clasification and Diagnosis,Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatment,Allergic Diseases and Anaphylaxis,Intertitial Lung Diseases,Occupational Diseases,Sleep Diseases and Non-invasive Treatment Methods,Bronchoscopy and Invasive Diagnosis and Treatment Methods,Pneumothorax Diagnosis, Symptoms and Treatment,Thoracic Surgery,Pleural effusion, discrimination of transudate and exudate, Thorosynthesis, Pleurodesis Indications and Methods,Chest Wall Abnormalities, diaphragmatic and Mediastinal Diseases Symptoms and Physical Examination Findings,Approach to Chest Trauma and Emergency Intervention,Congenital Chest Wall Deformities,Easophagial and Diaphragmatic Pathologies in Need of Surgery and the Diagnostic Methods,Cardiology-Acute Coronary Sydromes (STEMI and NSTEMI) 2 hours,Vasculitis and the Respiratory System,Pulmonary Edema and ARDS,Chest Emergencies,Interstitial Lung Diseases and Sarcoidosis,Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Symptoms and Treatment,Chest Wall Tumors,Malignant Pleural Effusions,Acid-Base Balance Disturbances,Mediastinal Tumors and Cysts,Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma,Preoperative Evaluation,History Taking and Physical Examination in Cardiovascular System Disorders,Basic ECG and rhythm disorders 1-2,Myocarditis and Cardiomyopathies,Peripheral Vascular Diseases 1-2,Follow-up and Treatment Strategies in Chronic Heart Failure,Acute Heart Failure and Cardiogenic Shock,Cardiology-case-base- Heart failure (2 hours),Atherosclerotic Process and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach in Stable Ischemic Heart Disease (2 hours),Acute Rheumatic Fever and Infective Endocarditis 1-2,Percutaneous Treatment Options in Structural Heart Diseases,Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism,Tachyarrhythmias,Bradyarrhythmias,Evaluation of Heart and Major Vessels in Chest X-ray and Basic Echocardiographic Assessment,Syncope and Sudden Cardiac Death,Diagnosis and Treatment of Aortic Diseases,Cardiology-case base-Acute coronary syndrome (2 hours),Cardiology-case-base-Valvular heart diseases (2 hours),Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach to Atrial Fibrillation,case-base-Acute pulmonary edema (2 saat),Pericardial Diseases,Hypertension,Valvular Heart Diseases 1-2,case-base-Heart rhythm disorders (2 hours),General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failure,General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failure ,General App roach to Arrhythmia with ECG Templates,Pulmonary Hypertension,Chest diseases-case base-PNEUMONIA (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-ASTHMA (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-TUBERCULOSIS (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base- PULMONARY EMBOLISM (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY(2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-BRONCHIECTASIS (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-SARCOİDOSİS (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASES(2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-ARDS (2 hours).
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Aim is to understand the etiology and risk factors, to learn what kind of tests are done to recognize the disease, to be able to make differential diagnosis and treatment .. to manage emergencies related to the disease.16, 6, 9A, D
Defines pathologies needing surgical intervention and diagnostic methods in esophageal and diaphragmatic diseases.16, 6, 9A, D
Defines congenital chest wall deformities and evaluates treatment options.16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the treatment approaches and indications of emergency intervention in thoracic trauma. 16, 6, 9A, D
Summarizes diagnostic criteria and treatment options in pleural effusion.16, 6, 9D
Recognizes the symptoms, makes the diagnosis and treats pneumothorax,16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the symptoms and physical examination findings in pathological situations of the lungs resulting from occupational exposures. 16, 6, 9A, D
Summarizes symptoms and physical examination findings in pulmonary hypertension.16, 6, 9A, D
Makes the diagnosis of Asthma, ARDS and COPD, plans first intervention in case of acute attack.16, 6, 9A, D
Describes the symptoms of bronchiectasis and plans treatment. 16, 6, 9A, D
Describes the risk factors, symptoms and findings of pulmonary embolism and performs emergency intervention.16, 6, 9A, D
Defines the symptoms and physical examination findings of sleep related respiratory disordes.16, 6, 9A, D
Describes symptoms and physical examination findings of chest wall abnormalities, diaphragmatic and mediastinal diseases. 16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the symptoms and physical examination findings of interstitial lung diseases.16, 6, 9A, D
Evaluates the respiratory failure patient and summarizes the indications of CPAP, BPAP.16, 6, 9A, D
Takes blood gas samples and comments on the results.16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the signs, symptoms and treatment of lung tuberculosis.16, 6, 9A, D
Knows the causes of pleural effusions and differentiates exudates from transudates. 16, 6, 9A, D
Summarizes the signs and symptoms of lung malignancies.16, 6, 9A, D
Classifies pneumonias and plans treatment.16, 6, 9A, D
In the case of chest disease patients; takes history, performs physical examination, orders tests, interprets symptoms, pulmonary function tests and radiological findings.16, 6, 9A, D
Cardiology Information - Remembers the anatomy, physiology and histology knowledge about coronary arteries, major vessels, and heart valves. Forms a differential diagnosis list by integrating the history taken by using effective communication abilities, physical examination, and diagnostic tests. Explains physiopathology and reasons of the cardiovascular system symptoms and their association with other systems. Expresses and interprets frequently encountered clinical, laboratory and pathologic findings of coronary artery disease, heart failure, hypertension, and atrial fibrillation. Explains general epidemiologic features and preventive measures in coronary artery disease, heart failure, hypertension, atrial fibrillation, acute rheumatic fever, and venous embolism and thrombosis. Recalls as a pre-diagnosis by using specifications obtained with history and physical examination and refers to the specialist for further investigation and treatment where required in heart valve diseases, arrhythmias, endocarditis, myocarditis, cardiomyopathies, pulmonary embolism, pulmonary hypertension, pericardial effusion, and aortic aneurysm and dissection. Reach the diagnosis by interpreting the diagnostic test results, consults and follows by explaining risk factors and expresses the preventive measures targeting the decrease in the frequency of the disease in heart failure, coronary artery disease, and hypertension. After having the diagnosis with the utilization of appropriate diagnostic tests, plans the treatment in line with rational drug use principles; and explains the basic features and severe side effects of these drugs in heart failure and hypertension. Explains the clinical features of life-threatening conditions like acute coronary syndromes, acute heart failure, hypertensive emergency, pulmonary embolism, ventricular malignant arrhythmias, bradyarrhythmias like complete AV block, and aortic dissection, manages emergent treatment and lists further diagnostic tests and transfer criteria. Can count the procedural steps of pericardiocentesis.16, 3, 37, 4, 9A, D, H
Cardiology Attitude - Uses the diagnostic modalities from simple to complex ones. Applies rational drug use principles. Communicates with patients, patient representatives, and colleagues in an effective manner both in written and oral language. Understands the significance of the multidisciplinary approach in the management of hypertension, aortic diseases, and coronary artery disease. Uses evidence-based medicine and self-learning skills during performing the daily practice as a practitioner. Follows the update literature. Appreciates human and patient rights and adopts the principles of protection of personal data.13, 16, 4A, D
Cardiology Skills - Can perform physical examination of the cardiovascular system. Measures blood pressure. Obtains and interprets the ECG. Can administer electrical treatments restoring normal rhythm (cardioversion/defibrillation).10, 11, 13, 16, 37, 4, 9A, D
Teaching Methods:10: Discussion Method, 11: Demonstration Method, 13: Case Study Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 3: Problem Baded Learning Model, 37: Computer-Internet Supported Instruction, 4: Inquiry-Based Learning, 6: Experiential Learning, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam, D: Oral Exam, H: Performance Task

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
0Chest diseases-case base-PULMONARY EMBOLISM(2 hours)none
1Introduction to Chest Diseases and Thoracic Surgerynone
2Physical examinationnone
3Arterial gas sampling and interpretationnone
4Pulmonary function tests, indications, aplication and interpretationnone
5Thoracic imaging methods, Chest X-ray and Thoracic BTnone
6COPD diagnosis and treatmentnone
7Asthma Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
8Bronchiectasis Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
9Pneumonia Diagnosis, Clasification and Treatmentnone
10Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
11Respiratory Insufficiencynone
12Lung Cancer Clasification and Diagnosisnone
13Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
14Allergic Diseases and Anaphylaxisnone
15Intertitial Lung Diseasesnone
16Occupational Diseasesnone
17Sleep Diseases and Non-invasive Treatment Methodsnone
18Bronchoscopy and Invasive Diagnosis and Treatment Methodsnone
19Pneumothorax Diagnosis, Symptoms and Treatmentnone
20Thoracic Surgerynone
21Pleural effusion, discrimination of transudate and exudate, Thorosynthesis, Pleurodesis Indications and Methodsnone
22Chest Wall Abnormalities, diaphragmatic and Mediastinal Diseases Symptoms and Physical Examination Findingsnone
23Approach to Chest Trauma and Emergency Interventionnone
24Congenital Chest Wall Deformitiesnone
25Easophagial and Diaphragmatic Pathologies in Need of Surgery and the Diagnostic Methodsnone
26Cardiology-Acute Coronary Sydromes (STEMI and NSTEMI) 2 hoursnone
27Vasculitis and the Respiratory Systemnone
28Pulmonary Edema and ARDSnone
29Chest Emergenciesnone
30Interstitial Lung Diseases and Sarcoidosisnone
31Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Symptoms and Treatmentnone
32Chest Wall Tumorsnone
33Malignant Pleural Effusionsnone
34Acid-Base Balance Disturbancesnone
35Mediastinal Tumors and Cystsnone
36Malignant Pleural Mesotheliomanone
37Preoperative Evaluationnone
38History Taking and Physical Examination in Cardiovascular System Disordersnone
39Basic ECG and rhythm disorders 1-2none
40Myocarditis and Cardiomyopathiesnone
41Peripheral Vascular Diseases 1-2none
42Follow-up and Treatment Strategies in Chronic Heart Failurenone
43Acute Heart Failure and Cardiogenic Shocknone
44Cardiology-case-base- Heart failure (2 hours)none
45Atherosclerotic Process and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach in Stable Ischemic Heart Disease (2 hours)none
46Acute Rheumatic Fever and Infective Endocarditis 1-2none
47Percutaneous Treatment Options in Structural Heart Diseasesnone
48Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolismnone
49Tachyarrhythmiasnone
50Bradyarrhythmiasnone
51Evaluation of Heart and Major Vessels in Chest X-ray and Basic Echocardiographic Assessmentnone
52Syncope and Sudden Cardiac Deathnone
53Diagnosis and Treatment of Aortic Diseasesnone
54Cardiology-case base-Acute coronary syndrome (2 hours)none
55Cardiology-case-base-Valvular heart diseases (2 hours)none
56Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach to Atrial Fibrillationnone
57case-base-Acute pulmonary edema (2 saat)none
58Pericardial Diseasesnone
59Hypertensionnone
60Valvular Heart Diseases 1-2none
61case-base-Heart rhythm disorders (2 hours)none
62General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failurenone
63General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failure none
64General App roach to Arrhythmia with ECG Templatesnone
65Pulmonary Hypertensionnone
67Chest diseases-case base-PNEUMONIA (2 hours)none
68Chest diseases-case base-ASTHMA (2 hours)none
69Chest diseases-case base-TUBERCULOSIS (2 hours)none
70Chest diseases-case base- PULMONARY EMBOLISM (2 hours)none
71Chest diseases-case base-RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY(2 hours)none
72Chest diseases-case base-BRONCHIECTASIS (2 hours)none
73Chest diseases-case base-SARCOİDOSİS (2 hours)none
74Chest diseases-case base-CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASES(2 hours)none
75Chest diseases-case base-ARDS (2 hours)none
Resources
The course notes of Lecturer Harrison's Cardiology textbook Topol Handbook of Cardiology
Respiratory Diseases and Basic Reference Book 1-2 , Ph.D. Tevfik FLUX Dr. Muzaffer METİNTAŞ Dr. Mehmet MONTENEGRO Dr. Akin Kaya , Istanbul Medical Bookstore - 2010 Thoracic Surgery, Volume 2 , Prof. Dr. Ilker COVERS , Istanbul Medical Bookstore 2013 Düz

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.
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.
3
PQ3: Knows the reasons for illnesses, the ways of protection, and the methods of promotion and improvement of public health.
4
PQ4: Knows the methods of advancing his/her knowledge about health and its practice.
5
PQ5: Accesses, interprets and applies the advanced interdisciplinary information related to health.
6
PQ6: Performs a complete clinical examination of the human body, both morphologically and functionally and defines the problems.
7
PQ7: Interprets examination data for diagnoses, compares with clinical data, and provides solutions.
8
PQ8: Selects and applies appropriate tools for promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
9
PQ9: Plans and conducts an advanced study of health independently.
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.
11
PQ11: Takes responsibility for any intervention on the human body for the diagnosis and treatment.
12
PQ12: Determines personal learning requirements and decides and develops a positive lifelong learning attitude.
13
PQ13: Evaluates the information gained in the field of health with a critical approach.
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.
15
PQ15: Shares their recommendations on promotion and improvement of health with interdisciplinary experts by supporting with data.
16
PQ16: Uses English at least at the General Level of European Language Portfolio B1, follows resources in his/her field and communicates.
17
PQ17: Uses computer software, information, and communication technologies at least at the Advanced Level of European Computer Operating License.
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.
19
PQ19: Develops strategy, policy and implementation plans on health issues and evaluate the results obtained the framework of quality processes.
20
PQ20: Systematically shares his/her works on promoting and improving health with quantitative and qualitative data and interdisciplinary experts.
21
PQ21: Has sufficient awareness on occupational health and safety issues.

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 Hours952190
Guided Problem Solving8324
Resolution of Homework Problems and Submission as a Report10330
Term Project000
Presentation of Project / Seminar000
Quiz000
Midterm Exam6636
General Exam21020
Performance Task, Maintenance Plan000
Total Workload(Hour)300
Dersin AKTS Kredisi = Toplam İş Yükü (Saat)/30*=(300/30)10
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
RESPIRATORY and CIRCULATORY BLOCKISM4214656Spring Semester62+78-10
Course Program
Prerequisites Courses
Recommended Elective Courses
Language of CourseEnglish
Course LevelFirst Cycle (Bachelor's Degree)
Course TypePractice
Course CoordinatorProf.Dr. Mehmet BAYRAM
Name of Lecturer(s)Prof.Dr. Erdoğan KUNTER, Prof.Dr. Mustafa Kürşat ÖZVARAN, Prof.Dr. Dursun DUMAN, Prof.Dr. İrfan BARUTÇU, Prof.Dr. Cengiz EROL, Prof.Dr. Mehmet Zeki GÜNLÜOĞLU, Prof.Dr. Ekrem GÜLER, Assist.Prof. Fatih Erkam OLGUN, Prof.Dr. Ibrahim Oğuz KARACA, Prof.Dr. Fethi KILIÇASLAN, Prof.Dr. Hacı Murat GÜNEŞ, Prof.Dr. Zekeriya NURKALEM, Assist.Prof. Mustafa DÜGER, Assist.Prof. Abdullah KANSU, Prof.Dr. Mehmet BAYRAM, Prof.Dr. Muhammed Emin AKKOYUNLU, Assist.Prof. Arzu YAZAR, Assist.Prof. Melahat BEKİR KÜLAH, Assoc.Prof. Beytullah ÇAKAL, Assist.Prof. Aykun HAKGÖR
Assistant(s)Prof.Dr. Erdoğan KUNTER, Prof.Dr. Mustafa Kürşat ÖZVARAN, Prof.Dr. Dursun DUMAN, Prof.Dr. İrfan BARUTÇU, Prof.Dr. Cengiz EROL, Prof.Dr. Mehmet Zeki GÜNLÜOĞLU, Prof.Dr. Ekrem GÜLER, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Fatih Erkam OLGUN, Prof.Dr. Ibrahim Oğuz KARACA, Prof.Dr. Fethi KILIÇASLAN, Doç.Dr. Hacı Murat GÜNEŞ, Prof.Dr. Zekeriya NURKALEM, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Mustafa DÜGER, Prof.Dr. Aydın YILDIRIM, Prof.Dr. Özgür Ulaş ÖZCAN, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Abdullah KANSU, Prof.Dr. Mehmet BAYRAM, Prof.Dr. Muhammed Emin AKKOYUNLU, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Arzu YAZAR, Dr.Öğr.Üye. Melahat BEKİR KÜLAH, Doç.Dr. Beytullah ÇAKAL
AimAim is to understand the etiology and risk factors, to learn what kind of tests are done to recognize the disease, to be able to make differential diagnosis and treatment .. to manage emergencies related to the disease. Cardiology To increase awareness about the common issues of the patients with cardiovascular disease that increased in number thanks to advanced treatment facilities and raised elderly population.To provide a comprehensive knowledge about cardiovascular diseases which might be fatal if misdiagnosed.
Course ContentThis course contains; Chest diseases-case base-PULMONARY EMBOLISM(2 hours),Introduction to Chest Diseases and Thoracic Surgery,Physical examination,Arterial gas sampling and interpretation,Pulmonary function tests, indications, aplication and interpretation,Thoracic imaging methods, Chest X-ray and Thoracic BT,COPD diagnosis and treatment,Asthma Diagnosis and Treatment,Bronchiectasis Diagnosis and Treatment,Pneumonia Diagnosis, Clasification and Treatment,Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis and Treatment,Respiratory Insufficiency,Lung Cancer Clasification and Diagnosis,Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatment,Allergic Diseases and Anaphylaxis,Intertitial Lung Diseases,Occupational Diseases,Sleep Diseases and Non-invasive Treatment Methods,Bronchoscopy and Invasive Diagnosis and Treatment Methods,Pneumothorax Diagnosis, Symptoms and Treatment,Thoracic Surgery,Pleural effusion, discrimination of transudate and exudate, Thorosynthesis, Pleurodesis Indications and Methods,Chest Wall Abnormalities, diaphragmatic and Mediastinal Diseases Symptoms and Physical Examination Findings,Approach to Chest Trauma and Emergency Intervention,Congenital Chest Wall Deformities,Easophagial and Diaphragmatic Pathologies in Need of Surgery and the Diagnostic Methods,Cardiology-Acute Coronary Sydromes (STEMI and NSTEMI) 2 hours,Vasculitis and the Respiratory System,Pulmonary Edema and ARDS,Chest Emergencies,Interstitial Lung Diseases and Sarcoidosis,Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Symptoms and Treatment,Chest Wall Tumors,Malignant Pleural Effusions,Acid-Base Balance Disturbances,Mediastinal Tumors and Cysts,Malignant Pleural Mesothelioma,Preoperative Evaluation,History Taking and Physical Examination in Cardiovascular System Disorders,Basic ECG and rhythm disorders 1-2,Myocarditis and Cardiomyopathies,Peripheral Vascular Diseases 1-2,Follow-up and Treatment Strategies in Chronic Heart Failure,Acute Heart Failure and Cardiogenic Shock,Cardiology-case-base- Heart failure (2 hours),Atherosclerotic Process and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach in Stable Ischemic Heart Disease (2 hours),Acute Rheumatic Fever and Infective Endocarditis 1-2,Percutaneous Treatment Options in Structural Heart Diseases,Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolism,Tachyarrhythmias,Bradyarrhythmias,Evaluation of Heart and Major Vessels in Chest X-ray and Basic Echocardiographic Assessment,Syncope and Sudden Cardiac Death,Diagnosis and Treatment of Aortic Diseases,Cardiology-case base-Acute coronary syndrome (2 hours),Cardiology-case-base-Valvular heart diseases (2 hours),Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach to Atrial Fibrillation,case-base-Acute pulmonary edema (2 saat),Pericardial Diseases,Hypertension,Valvular Heart Diseases 1-2,case-base-Heart rhythm disorders (2 hours),General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failure,General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failure ,General App roach to Arrhythmia with ECG Templates,Pulmonary Hypertension,Chest diseases-case base-PNEUMONIA (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-ASTHMA (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-TUBERCULOSIS (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base- PULMONARY EMBOLISM (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY(2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-BRONCHIECTASIS (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-SARCOİDOSİS (2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASES(2 hours),Chest diseases-case base-ARDS (2 hours).
Dersin Öğrenme KazanımlarıTeaching MethodsAssessment Methods
Aim is to understand the etiology and risk factors, to learn what kind of tests are done to recognize the disease, to be able to make differential diagnosis and treatment .. to manage emergencies related to the disease.16, 6, 9A, D
Defines pathologies needing surgical intervention and diagnostic methods in esophageal and diaphragmatic diseases.16, 6, 9A, D
Defines congenital chest wall deformities and evaluates treatment options.16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the treatment approaches and indications of emergency intervention in thoracic trauma. 16, 6, 9A, D
Summarizes diagnostic criteria and treatment options in pleural effusion.16, 6, 9D
Recognizes the symptoms, makes the diagnosis and treats pneumothorax,16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the symptoms and physical examination findings in pathological situations of the lungs resulting from occupational exposures. 16, 6, 9A, D
Summarizes symptoms and physical examination findings in pulmonary hypertension.16, 6, 9A, D
Makes the diagnosis of Asthma, ARDS and COPD, plans first intervention in case of acute attack.16, 6, 9A, D
Describes the symptoms of bronchiectasis and plans treatment. 16, 6, 9A, D
Describes the risk factors, symptoms and findings of pulmonary embolism and performs emergency intervention.16, 6, 9A, D
Defines the symptoms and physical examination findings of sleep related respiratory disordes.16, 6, 9A, D
Describes symptoms and physical examination findings of chest wall abnormalities, diaphragmatic and mediastinal diseases. 16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the symptoms and physical examination findings of interstitial lung diseases.16, 6, 9A, D
Evaluates the respiratory failure patient and summarizes the indications of CPAP, BPAP.16, 6, 9A, D
Takes blood gas samples and comments on the results.16, 6, 9A, D
Explains the signs, symptoms and treatment of lung tuberculosis.16, 6, 9A, D
Knows the causes of pleural effusions and differentiates exudates from transudates. 16, 6, 9A, D
Summarizes the signs and symptoms of lung malignancies.16, 6, 9A, D
Classifies pneumonias and plans treatment.16, 6, 9A, D
In the case of chest disease patients; takes history, performs physical examination, orders tests, interprets symptoms, pulmonary function tests and radiological findings.16, 6, 9A, D
Cardiology Information - Remembers the anatomy, physiology and histology knowledge about coronary arteries, major vessels, and heart valves. Forms a differential diagnosis list by integrating the history taken by using effective communication abilities, physical examination, and diagnostic tests. Explains physiopathology and reasons of the cardiovascular system symptoms and their association with other systems. Expresses and interprets frequently encountered clinical, laboratory and pathologic findings of coronary artery disease, heart failure, hypertension, and atrial fibrillation. Explains general epidemiologic features and preventive measures in coronary artery disease, heart failure, hypertension, atrial fibrillation, acute rheumatic fever, and venous embolism and thrombosis. Recalls as a pre-diagnosis by using specifications obtained with history and physical examination and refers to the specialist for further investigation and treatment where required in heart valve diseases, arrhythmias, endocarditis, myocarditis, cardiomyopathies, pulmonary embolism, pulmonary hypertension, pericardial effusion, and aortic aneurysm and dissection. Reach the diagnosis by interpreting the diagnostic test results, consults and follows by explaining risk factors and expresses the preventive measures targeting the decrease in the frequency of the disease in heart failure, coronary artery disease, and hypertension. After having the diagnosis with the utilization of appropriate diagnostic tests, plans the treatment in line with rational drug use principles; and explains the basic features and severe side effects of these drugs in heart failure and hypertension. Explains the clinical features of life-threatening conditions like acute coronary syndromes, acute heart failure, hypertensive emergency, pulmonary embolism, ventricular malignant arrhythmias, bradyarrhythmias like complete AV block, and aortic dissection, manages emergent treatment and lists further diagnostic tests and transfer criteria. Can count the procedural steps of pericardiocentesis.16, 3, 37, 4, 9A, D, H
Cardiology Attitude - Uses the diagnostic modalities from simple to complex ones. Applies rational drug use principles. Communicates with patients, patient representatives, and colleagues in an effective manner both in written and oral language. Understands the significance of the multidisciplinary approach in the management of hypertension, aortic diseases, and coronary artery disease. Uses evidence-based medicine and self-learning skills during performing the daily practice as a practitioner. Follows the update literature. Appreciates human and patient rights and adopts the principles of protection of personal data.13, 16, 4A, D
Cardiology Skills - Can perform physical examination of the cardiovascular system. Measures blood pressure. Obtains and interprets the ECG. Can administer electrical treatments restoring normal rhythm (cardioversion/defibrillation).10, 11, 13, 16, 37, 4, 9A, D
Teaching Methods:10: Discussion Method, 11: Demonstration Method, 13: Case Study Method, 16: Question - Answer Technique, 3: Problem Baded Learning Model, 37: Computer-Internet Supported Instruction, 4: Inquiry-Based Learning, 6: Experiential Learning, 9: Lecture Method
Assessment Methods:A: Traditional Written Exam, D: Oral Exam, H: Performance Task

Course Outline

OrderSubjectsPreliminary Work
0Chest diseases-case base-PULMONARY EMBOLISM(2 hours)none
1Introduction to Chest Diseases and Thoracic Surgerynone
2Physical examinationnone
3Arterial gas sampling and interpretationnone
4Pulmonary function tests, indications, aplication and interpretationnone
5Thoracic imaging methods, Chest X-ray and Thoracic BTnone
6COPD diagnosis and treatmentnone
7Asthma Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
8Bronchiectasis Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
9Pneumonia Diagnosis, Clasification and Treatmentnone
10Pulmonary Embolism Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
11Respiratory Insufficiencynone
12Lung Cancer Clasification and Diagnosisnone
13Tuberculosis Diagnosis and Treatmentnone
14Allergic Diseases and Anaphylaxisnone
15Intertitial Lung Diseasesnone
16Occupational Diseasesnone
17Sleep Diseases and Non-invasive Treatment Methodsnone
18Bronchoscopy and Invasive Diagnosis and Treatment Methodsnone
19Pneumothorax Diagnosis, Symptoms and Treatmentnone
20Thoracic Surgerynone
21Pleural effusion, discrimination of transudate and exudate, Thorosynthesis, Pleurodesis Indications and Methodsnone
22Chest Wall Abnormalities, diaphragmatic and Mediastinal Diseases Symptoms and Physical Examination Findingsnone
23Approach to Chest Trauma and Emergency Interventionnone
24Congenital Chest Wall Deformitiesnone
25Easophagial and Diaphragmatic Pathologies in Need of Surgery and the Diagnostic Methodsnone
26Cardiology-Acute Coronary Sydromes (STEMI and NSTEMI) 2 hoursnone
27Vasculitis and the Respiratory Systemnone
28Pulmonary Edema and ARDSnone
29Chest Emergenciesnone
30Interstitial Lung Diseases and Sarcoidosisnone
31Thoracic Outlet Syndrome, Symptoms and Treatmentnone
32Chest Wall Tumorsnone
33Malignant Pleural Effusionsnone
34Acid-Base Balance Disturbancesnone
35Mediastinal Tumors and Cystsnone
36Malignant Pleural Mesotheliomanone
37Preoperative Evaluationnone
38History Taking and Physical Examination in Cardiovascular System Disordersnone
39Basic ECG and rhythm disorders 1-2none
40Myocarditis and Cardiomyopathiesnone
41Peripheral Vascular Diseases 1-2none
42Follow-up and Treatment Strategies in Chronic Heart Failurenone
43Acute Heart Failure and Cardiogenic Shocknone
44Cardiology-case-base- Heart failure (2 hours)none
45Atherosclerotic Process and Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach in Stable Ischemic Heart Disease (2 hours)none
46Acute Rheumatic Fever and Infective Endocarditis 1-2none
47Percutaneous Treatment Options in Structural Heart Diseasesnone
48Deep Venous Thrombosis and Pulmonary Embolismnone
49Tachyarrhythmiasnone
50Bradyarrhythmiasnone
51Evaluation of Heart and Major Vessels in Chest X-ray and Basic Echocardiographic Assessmentnone
52Syncope and Sudden Cardiac Deathnone
53Diagnosis and Treatment of Aortic Diseasesnone
54Cardiology-case base-Acute coronary syndrome (2 hours)none
55Cardiology-case-base-Valvular heart diseases (2 hours)none
56Diagnostic and Therapeutic Approach to Atrial Fibrillationnone
57case-base-Acute pulmonary edema (2 saat)none
58Pericardial Diseasesnone
59Hypertensionnone
60Valvular Heart Diseases 1-2none
61case-base-Heart rhythm disorders (2 hours)none
62General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failurenone
63General Approach to Dyspnea and Treatment of Acute Heart Failure none
64General App roach to Arrhythmia with ECG Templatesnone
65Pulmonary Hypertensionnone
67Chest diseases-case base-PNEUMONIA (2 hours)none
68Chest diseases-case base-ASTHMA (2 hours)none
69Chest diseases-case base-TUBERCULOSIS (2 hours)none
70Chest diseases-case base- PULMONARY EMBOLISM (2 hours)none
71Chest diseases-case base-RESPIRATORY INSUFFICIENCY(2 hours)none
72Chest diseases-case base-BRONCHIECTASIS (2 hours)none
73Chest diseases-case base-SARCOİDOSİS (2 hours)none
74Chest diseases-case base-CHRONIC OBSTRUCTIVE LUNG DISEASES(2 hours)none
75Chest diseases-case base-ARDS (2 hours)none
Resources
The course notes of Lecturer Harrison's Cardiology textbook Topol Handbook of Cardiology
Respiratory Diseases and Basic Reference Book 1-2 , Ph.D. Tevfik FLUX Dr. Muzaffer METİNTAŞ Dr. Mehmet MONTENEGRO Dr. Akin Kaya , Istanbul Medical Bookstore - 2010 Thoracic Surgery, Volume 2 , Prof. Dr. Ilker COVERS , Istanbul Medical Bookstore 2013 Düz

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.
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.
3
PQ3: Knows the reasons for illnesses, the ways of protection, and the methods of promotion and improvement of public health.
4
PQ4: Knows the methods of advancing his/her knowledge about health and its practice.
5
PQ5: Accesses, interprets and applies the advanced interdisciplinary information related to health.
6
PQ6: Performs a complete clinical examination of the human body, both morphologically and functionally and defines the problems.
7
PQ7: Interprets examination data for diagnoses, compares with clinical data, and provides solutions.
8
PQ8: Selects and applies appropriate tools for promotion and improvement of individual and public health.
9
PQ9: Plans and conducts an advanced study of health independently.
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.
11
PQ11: Takes responsibility for any intervention on the human body for the diagnosis and treatment.
12
PQ12: Determines personal learning requirements and decides and develops a positive lifelong learning attitude.
13
PQ13: Evaluates the information gained in the field of health with a critical approach.
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.
15
PQ15: Shares their recommendations on promotion and improvement of health with interdisciplinary experts by supporting with data.
16
PQ16: Uses English at least at the General Level of European Language Portfolio B1, follows resources in his/her field and communicates.
17
PQ17: Uses computer software, information, and communication technologies at least at the Advanced Level of European Computer Operating License.
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.
19
PQ19: Develops strategy, policy and implementation plans on health issues and evaluate the results obtained the framework of quality processes.
20
PQ20: Systematically shares his/her works on promoting and improving health with quantitative and qualitative data and interdisciplinary experts.
21
PQ21: Has sufficient awareness on occupational health and safety issues.

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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