SEMEIOTICS AND SURGICAL METHODOLOGY (B)
cod. 1002342

Academic year 2020/21
3° year of course - First semester
Professor
SARLI Leopoldo
Academic discipline
Chirurgia generale (MED/18)
Field
Fisiopatologia, metodologia clinica, propedeutica clinica e sistematica medico-chirurgica
Type of training activity
Characterising
20 hours
of face-to-face activities
2 credits
hub: -
course unit
in ITALIAN

Integrated course unit module: SEMEIOTICS AND CLINICAL METHODOLOGY (ATT)

Learning objectives

provide the knowledge necessary to understand the meaning of signs and symptoms of the main surgical pathologies and the knowledge related to the correct ways of collecting signs and symptoms in surgery.

Prerequisites

knowledge of anatomy of the digestive system

Course unit content

definition of surgical semeiotics
triple dimension of the disease
reception and communication with the patient
leading symptoms of abdominal pathologies
pain
the stress
the shock
objective examination of the abdomen
biliary colic
jaundice
dysphagia

Full programme

METHODOLOGY OF CLINICAL REASONING
DIAGNOSTIC APPROACH METHODOLOGY
TRIPLE DIMENSION OF THE DISEASEHE RECEPTION OF THE SURGICAL PATIENT
COMMUNICATION IN SURGERY
MAIN SYMPTOMSANATOMICAL BASES OF PAIN
PSYCHOSOCIAL FRAME OF PAIN SYMPTOM
PSYCHOLOGY OF STRESS
BIOOGICAL RESPONSE TO STRESS
RESILIENCE AND PERCEIVED QUALITY
INTRODUCTION TO THE SHOCK
INTRODUCTION TO THE SHOCK
BILIARY COLICA
JAUNDICE
NODULE OF THE THYROID
NODULE OF BREST
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF INTESTINAL OCCLUSION
PATHOPHYSIOLOGY OF PERITONITES
DIGESTIVE HEMORRHAGES

Bibliography

educational material that will be provided during the course

Teaching methods

lectures and blended e-learning related to activity in the simulation laboratory

Assessment methods and criteria

the student will be asked to demonstrate that he / she has learned the methods of collecting signs and symptoms through simulation activities in order to ascertain that he / she has achieved the objective ofapplying the acquired knowledge Furthermore, through an oral examination, questions will be asked regarding the contents of the course to ascertain whether the student has achieved the objective of knowledge and understanding of the contents.

Other information

The lectures and some activities will be available in the online environment of the FUNCTIONAL AND INSTRUMENTAL SEMEIOTICS course on the e-learning platform of the Department of Medicine and Surgery.
Part of the course will in fact be carried out online and during the first lesson on October 11th, online activities will be carried out in the classroom that will require access to the platform by students with their smartphone, tablet or laptop.