Presented lecture includes texts on roots of psychotherapy (such as hypnosis, psychoanalysis, dynamic psychotherapy, TA) and modes of psychotherapy. It points out manz curative factors shared by every approach, students will know more about differences among applied aproaches, also indications for mental health symptoms. Students will learn about basic approaches to parsonality, basic systems and relevant intervention to it.
Educational videos are intended for studying topics of external morphology including brain and spinal cord. Teachers from Department of Anatomy show important anatomical structures for students of General medicine. Videos can be used for individual studying to make learning simpler, faster and more efficient.
Hospital information systems are designed with the aim to manage various clinical and patient health care related activities in more efficient way. In contrast to the paper based forms the administration tasks are realized in fully electronic way. This provides easy and fast access to the patient data, patient’s history of illness and treatment, allows monitoring of drug distribution, improves communication between physicians, reduces duplication of information entries, better financial management etc. Hospital Information systems also help in decision making procedures oriented on selection of proper treatment as well as on creation of health care policy.
Lectures are intended for students of dental medicine as supplementary education material of Surgery 3. The lectures include: Head and neck surgery. Soft tissue inflammation. Cysts and fistula of the neck; Surgery of the thyroid gland, goiter – toxic and nontoxic, malignancy of the thyroid gland; Surgery of the thoracic wall, lung, pleura, esophagus and mediastinum; Hernia. Surgery of the stomach and duodenum.
The database tools allow collecting, storage, handling and evaluation of different types of information. Using a database one can store data about persons, goods, services etc. In contrast to spreadsheet programs the databases usually uses several separate and interconnected tables to minimize duplicate records. The data can be easily accessed, managed and updated; regardless the database content is bibliographic, text, numeric or even graphical.
This text will become an invaluable resource for medical students. Practice points are found clinical scenarios about essential bacterial skin infections. The skin is readily visible, and therefore visual inspection remains the most important means of accurate dermatologic diagnosis. Skin bacterial infections are no exception. Morphology, symptoms, exposure, and time course generally establish the diagnosis. This text will provide many informations to assist you in recognizing most common bacterial skin infections.
Lectures for students of general medicine as supplementary education material specifying basic surgical topics in the study subject Surgery 6. The lectures include those topics: Burns; Orthopedy; Urology; Oncosurgery; Pediatric Surgery; Vessel and heart Surgery; Resuscitation and intensive care; Acute Abdomen; Chest and mediastinum Surgery; Transport Principles of patients and injured under shock, unconsciousness and with a spine injury; Neurosurgery.
Lectures are devoted to students of the fifth year of study - Dental medicine. The lectures include the topics: thoracic surgery; orthopedy; emergency situations in abdominal diseases; surgery of infection, oncosurgery; trauma surgery; neurosurgery; surgery of stomack; small intestinum and large intestinum; hepatobilliary surgery; surgery of the breast, endocrine diseases in surgery; cardiovascular surgery.
The basic principles of plastic surgery as coverage of skin defect, direct closure, skin grafts, flaps, classification, configuration, components, circulation, complication and basic principles of microsurgery and replantation surgery as introduction, amputation, replantation, revascularization, indication, treatment, transport, monitoring, complication and hand surgery.
Fungal infections are assuming a greater importance, largely because of their increasing incidence among transplant patients and other immunocompromised individuals, including those with AIDS. As a result alike need to be familiar with clinical presentation and methods for the diagnosis of these infections, as well as the current treatment choices. In this lecture are a succinct account of the clinical manifestations, laboratory diagnosis and management of the fungal infections.