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MODESTO JUNIOR COLLEGE


Date Originally Submitted:

3/18/1988

Non-Degree

 



COURSE OUTLINE


Date Updated:

8/25/2000

Noncredit

 







I.

DIVISION:

 Allied Health 

DIV./DEPT. NO:


61/2000




PREFIX/NO.:

MDAST 324  

COURSE TITLE:


 Introduction to Diseases and Pharmacology













Formerly listed as:

     


Date Changed:

     










Hours/Week:

Lecture:

4

Lab:

    

Other:

    

If catalog is to read lecture/lab check here

 







% Load:

.2

% Load:

    

% Load:

    







Other (explain):

     

II.

ALSO OFFERED AS:







Div:

     

Prefix/No.:

           

Title:

     




Div:

     

Prefix/No.:

           

Title:

     

III.

COURSE INFORMATION:




No. Weeks:

18

TOP:

1203.7

State Class:

I

Method of Instruction:

10




Units:

4

SAM:

C

Wk/Ex:

     

In-Service:

     




Tot % Load:

.2

CAN:

     

Apprentice:

     













Offered Only:

Spring

X

Summer

 

Fall

 

Eve

 

Not offered every semester:

 

IV.

PREREQUISITE(S)/COREQUISITE(S)/RECOMMENDED FOR SUCCESS:




Prerequisite (P)

 

Corequisite: (C)

X




Recommended for success (R)

 







(Please check all that apply and list below. Also attach appropriate documentation forms)




C) MDAST 325, MDAST 326




     




     




     




     

V.

CATALOG DESCRIPTION:







Medical Terminology related to the human body in health and disease. Pathogenesis and discussion of repre sentative diseases; signs and symptoms of many major diseases and basic drugs used in treatment. 




VI.

FIELD TRIPS REQUIRED?

Yes

 

No

X

Maybe

 













VII.

GRADING:

A-F Only

X

CR/NC Only

 

CR/NC Option

 

Non-Grades

 













VIII.

REPEAT PROCEDURES:

Credit:

No

X

Yes

 

Maximum Completions:

  

Maximum Units:

   *



















Non-Credit:

No

 

Yes

 

Maximum Completions:

  







*     




IX.

EXPLAIN FEE REQUIRED:

     







     



MDAST 324 – Introduction to Diseases and Pharmacology




X.

PREREQUISITE SKILLS
Before entering the course, the student will be able to:







None



XI.


OBJECTIVES (Expected outcomes for students)
Upon successful completion of the course, the student will be able to:







A. Identify etiological factors of disease.

B. Define the common terms used to describe pathophysiological changes.

C. Describe the infectious process.

D. Discuss factors regarding the healing process.

E. Identify signs and symptoms that occur in many common diseases.

F. Develop ability to record medical information accurately in medical record.

G. Identify sources, use, classification, and types of drugs.

H. Give examples of drugs frequently used in various categories for therapy.

I. Interpret abbreviations and symbols used in pharmacology.

J. Use appropriate reference books to locate accurate information regarding use of drugs.





XII.

CONTENT







A. Etiology of Disease

1. Homeostasis

2. Manifestation of disease

3. Disease process

4. Body defenses

B. Growth Disturbances

1. Hyperplasia

2. Neoplasms

a. benign

b. malignant

C. Pharmacology

1. Terms: abbreviations, symbols

2. Drug standards; preparation

3. Official/reference books

4. Drug standards/laws

5. Legal drug classification

6. Classification of drugs based on action/effects

D. Infectious Disorders

1. Upper respiratory infections

2. Urinary tract infections

3. Sexually transmitted diseases

a. symptoms

b. diagnostic tests

c. drugs used for infections




MDAST 324 – Introduction to Diseases and Pharmacology





E. Cardiovascular Disorders

1. Congenital conditions

2. Acquired

3. Infections

4. Coronary artery disease

5. Dysrhythmias

6. Myocardial infarction

7. Congestive heart failure

8. Hypertension

9. Peripheral vascular disease

10. Blood pressure

a. signs; symptoms

b. diagnostic procedures

c. surgical procedures

d. drug therapy

F. Renal Disorders

1. Glomerulonephritis

2. Pyelonephritis

3. Nephrosis

4. Renal failure

5. Calculi

a. signs; symptoms

b. laboratory findings

c. diagnostic procedures

d. therapy: surgical/medical

e. dialysis

f. kidney transplantation

G. Digestive Disorders

1. Ulcers

2. Infections: inflammations

3. Hernias

4. Tumors

a. symptoms

b. diagnostic procedures

c. therapy: surgical, medical, special diets

H. Liver, Gall Bladder, Pancreas

1. Hepatitis

2. Cirrhosis

3. Cholecystitis

4. Pancreatitis

a. common symptoms

b. laboratory tests

c. medical, surgical therapy, diet

I. Respiratory Diseases

1. Infections

2. Emphysema

3. Bronchial asthma

4. Pleural effusion

5. Pneumothorax

a. symptoms

b. diagnostic tests

c. drug therapy




MDAST 324 – Introduction to Diseases and Pharmacology





J. Nervous System Disorders

1. Infections: inflammation

2. Necrosis

3. Degenerative diseases

4. Trauma

5. Epilepsy

6. Organic brain syndrome

a. symptoms

b. diagnostic tests

c. drug therapy

K. Musculo-Skeletal Disorders

1. Inflammatory

  1. Degenerative

  2. Infectious

  3. Trauma

  4. Deformities

L. Reproductive System Disorders

1. Functional

2. Infections

3. Inflammatory

a. symptoms

b. diagnostic procedures

c. drugs

M. Endocrine System

1. Diabetes Mellitus

a. insulin dependent

b. non-insulin dependent

c. special diet

N. Integumentary System

1. Common diseases

2. Lesions

3. Trauma

a. drugs used on skin and mucous membrane

O. Special Sense Organs

1. Eye

a. infections

b. cataract

c. glaucoma

2. Ear, Nose, Throat

a. allergies

b. inflammations

c. polyps







XIII.

TEACHING METHODS




A.

Methods to achieve course objectives:







1. Related material will be presented through designated class lecture.

2. Additional studies will be required from assigned texts specific to individual topics.

3. Audio/visual aids will be utilized as appropriate.

4. Guided discussion will be used for specific topics.




B.

Methods used in achieving learner independence and critical thinking:







1. Assemble medical records/reports which require analysis of medical information used to aid physician in

diagnosis and treatment.

2. Write assignments which require use of reference texts to show the development of concept learning.



MDAST 324 – Introduction to Diseases and Pharmacology



XIV.

TEXTBOOKS (Typical)







  1. Tamparo, C. D. & Lewis, M. A. (2000). Diseases of the Human Body (3rd ed.) Philadelphia: F. A. Davis Company

  2. Woodrow, R. (1996). Essentials of Pharmacology for Health Occupations (3rd ed.) New York: Delmar Publishers, Inc.




XV.

SPECIAL STUDENT MATERIALS (i.e., protective eyewear, aprons, etc.)







None



XVI.


METHODS OF EVALUATING STUDENT PROGRESS







  1. Analysis of medical terms

  2. Quizzes, written tests

  3. Written assignments







Rev: 8/98

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