Infections of the urogenital system (UTI) are the second most common site of infection. They are non-specific / specific, potentially life-threatening, frequent site of hospital acquired infection. Etiology of UTI are 90% bacterial / non-specific, Gram-negative, e.g. E. coli 85%, - other enteral bact. (Klebsiella, Proteus, Pseudomonas, Enterococci), rare Gram- bacilli (Acinetobacter, Alcaligenes, etc.), anaerobic inf. (abscess), atypical bacteria (chlamydia, ureaplasma, mycoplasma), Fungal (Candida, Mycosis), Parasitic (Schistosomiasis, Trichomonas vag.), Viral (HPV, HSV 1 ,2; Herpes zoster-bladder).
Developmental anomalies of the kidneys and ureters are numerous and not only potentially render image interpretation confusing but also, in many instances, make the kidneys more prone to pathology. Most frequent in human population (66%). High morbidity resulting from obstruction, infection, secondary urolithiasis, functional impairment (renal failure, hypertension, infertility).
The lecture provides information on the basic aspects of urological examination. It discusses the history of urological diseases, examinations and symptomatology, which are important in the examination of a urological patient. It deals with urinary disorders, changes in urine quality, urological causes of hematuria, endoscopic examination methods, USG and CT with a presentation of some typical findings.
In the medical profession, a general practitioner (GP) is a medical doctor who treats acute and chronic illnesses. Provides preventie care and health education to patients. A general practitioner manages types of illness that present in an undifferentiated way at an early stage of development, which may require urgent intervention. The holistic approach of general practice aims to take into consideration the biological, psychological, and social factors relevant to the care of each patient's illness.
Lectures are intended for students of general medicine as supplementary education material of Surgery 2. The lectures include: Surgery of the neck, thyroid gland and parathyroid gland; Surgery of the thoracic wall; Surgery of the breast; Surgery of the mediastinum, esophagus and diaphragm and many other related topics.
Topics for practical lessons from Anatomy 1 are developed for students of Dental Medicine and are arranged into weeks according to the study plan. After introduction to anatomy (anatomical planes, directions, movements), there are individual topics that include description of – upper and lower limbs, thorax, abdomen a pelvis. Bones, connections, muscles of head and neck, are depicted in last lessons.
Lectures are intended for students of general medicine as supplementary education material of Surgical Propedeutics. The lectures include: Introduction to Surgery – propedeutic study, History development of surgery, Patient history and symptoms of surgical diseases and its value for establishment of proper diagnosis, Basic principles of clinical examination and many other related topics.
Lectures from the subject Neurology are intended for students of the study program Dental Medicine. In individual audiovisual recordings, students will be explained topics according to the curriculum of the subject, while they include e.g. cranial nerves, sensitivity, central and peripheral paralysis, cortical syndromes, speech and its disorders, symbolic functions and more.
The integral part of the course Medical Biophysics for General Medicine besides the lectures is also the practical exercise which is closely associated with the lectured topics. The present contribution involves the documentation of practical exercises on Medical Biophysics for students of General Medicine. The first part includes the theoretical background to selected topics whereas the second part includes the empty reports for each topic.
Lectures are devoted to students of the third year of study - Dental medicine. The lectures include the topics : Introduction to Surgery-propedeutic study; History development of surgery; Basic principles of clinical examination; Priciples of antisepsis and asepsis; Desinfection and sterilisation in surgical ward and in all health care facilities; Basis methods of anasthesia; Types of anaesthesia (anaesthesia, premedication, general anaesthesia, endotracheal anaesthesia); Principles of cardiopulmonary resuscitation; Operative wound healing; Type of wounds; Primary and secondary wound healing; Operative wound complications; Infections in surgery, causes , clinical signs, diagnosis and treatment.