Úvod FME 23003622

23003622

Title of the subject: Technics of clinical examination

Semester_of_study (WT – winter/ST – summer): WT

Learning outcomes: To acquire knowledge about the functions of devices, about the choice of devices in relation to illness and damage. Know the above at practical workplaces in hospital operations.

Brief content of course: Lecture topics: 1. Anatomy of hearing and balance. of the organ: Composition of hearing. and balance. authority. Biophysical regularities of the auditory analyzer. 2. Biophysicist. Act movement of the dome and otolith membrane. 3. Physiology of hearing: Physical properties of sound. 4. Basics of physiological acoustics. Subjective audiometry. 5. Evoked potentials in clinical medicine: Electrophysiological characteristics of biological potentials. 6. Objective audiometry. 7. Otoacoustic emissions - sensing sound phenomena of the auditory analyzer: 8. Tympanometry: stiffness and compliance of the auditory transmission system, methods of measurement. 9. Biomechanisms of visual acuity maintenance: electronystagmography, eye movement registration methods. 10. Biomechanisms of visual acuity maintenance: electronystagmography, eye movement registration methods. 11. Biomechanisms of maintaining stability while standing and during movement: stabilometry, dynamic posturography, 3-D movement analysis. 12. Biomechanisms of maintaining stability while standing and during movement: stabilometry, dynamic posturography, 3-D movement analysis. 13. Biomechanisms of maintaining stability while standing and during movement: stabilometry, dynamic posturography, 3-D movement analysis. Exercise topics: 1. Basics of anatomy and electrophysiology of auditory and balance analyzer 2. Subjective audiometry - measurement 3. Objective audiometry-BERA, Otoacoustic emissions 4. Tympanometry – measurement of impedance 5. Basics of electronystagmography 6. Stabilometry 7. Electroneurography 8. Cardiovascular system 9. Pulmonary system 10. Electromyography. Spirometry 11. ECG 12. Defense of semester assignments 13. Awarding credits

Literature: DOUGLAS, Graham; NICOL, Fiona; ROBERTSON, Colin (ed.). Macleod's Clinical Examination E-Book. Elsevier Health Sciences, 2013. EPSTEIN, Owen, et al. Clinical Examination E-Book. Elsevier Health Sciences, 2008. STANLEY, David. Advanced examination techniques in Orthopaedics. Cambridge University Press, 2005.