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thematical plan

of the practical lessons on bioorganic chemistry for students of the

STOMATOLOGICAL faculty


N

Themes

Hours

1

Familiarization with the regulation of safety in the chemical laboratory. Nomenclature of organic compounds and main classes. Acid-base properties of the organic compounds and electron effects. Structure of carbonyl group and reactivity.

Lab. work. The qualitative analysis of some chemical elements (C, H, N, S, Cl). Structure of carbonyl group and reactivity.



2

2

Mono- and dicarboxylic acids. Hydroxi-, okso- and aminoacids, obtaining, common and specific reactions. Dicarboxylic acids. Synthesis of citric acid. Knowledge checking.

2

3

Derivatives of benzene as drugs. p-Aminobenzoic and sulfanilic acids, their properties and derivatives.

Hydrolysis of aspirin and determination of salicylic acid.



2

4

Test. Classificasion, acid-base properties, electronic effects, mono-,poly- and heterofunctional organic compounds.

2

5

Derivatives of monosaccharides. Neyramic, ascorbic acids, glycosides,ethers and esters. Di- and polysaccarides.

2

6

α-Aminoacids, peptides and proteins. Structure features of peptide group.

Lab. work. Ninhydrin, biuret, xanthoprotein and fol reactions



2

7

Test. Mono-, polysaccarides, α-aminoacids, peptides and proteins.

2

8

Mono- and bicyclic heterocycles, antibiotics.

2

9

Nucleic acids, purin, pirimidine, glycosides, coenzymes.


Saponifiable simpleand complex lipids.Reactions of lipids.

Knowledge checking.



2

10

Test. Heterocycles, nucleic acids, lipids.

1

11

Final lesson.


1


The plan of lectures on history of Azerbaijan

for the students of I course of stomotology faculty




Themes

Hours

1

Primitive society and tehmost ancient states on the area of Azerbaijan

2

2

Azerbaijan in the period of feudalism

2

3

Azerbaijan in the structure of Arabian Caliphate

2

4

The feodal states in the Azerbaijan in IX-XII centuries

2

5

Azerbaijan in XIII-XIV centuries

2

6

Azerbaijan feodal states in the XV century

2

7

Sefevids` state

2

8

Azerbaijan in XVIII ceuntury

2

9

The conquest of the Northern Azerbaijan by Russia

2

10

Azerbaijan in the period of capitalism

2

11

Azerbaijan in the period beginning of XX century

2

12

Azerbaijan People Society

2

13

The Northern Azerbaijan in the structure of the Soviet Empire

2

14

Azerbaijan in the period before and after of world war II (1930-1970)

2

15

Azerbaijan on the way to independence

2


The plan of seminar on history of Azerbaijan

for the students of I course of stomotology faculty




Themes

Hours

1

Primitive society and tehmost ancient states on the area of Azerbaijan

4

2

Azerbaijan in the period of feudalism

4

3

Azerbaijan in the structure of Arabian Caliphate

4

4

The feodal states in the Azerbaijan in IX-XII centuries

4

5

Azerbaijan in XIII-XIV centuries

4

6

Azerbaijan feodal states in the XV century

4

7

Sefevids` state

4

8

Azerbaijan in XVIII ceuntury

4

9

The conquest of the Northern Azerbaijan by Russia

4

10

Azerbaijan in the period of capitalism

4

11

Azerbaijan in the period beginning of XX century

4

12

Azerbaijan People Society

4

13

The Northern Azerbaijan in the structure of the Soviet Empire

4

14

Azerbaijan in the period before and after of world war II (1930-1970)

4

15

Azerbaijan on the way to independence

4


The plan of lectures on medical and biological physics for

the students of I course of stomotology faculty




Themes

Hours

1

Subject of medical and biological physics. Periodical mechanical processes in living organisms. Harmonic oscillations. Energy of harmonic oscillation. Addition of oscillations. Damped oscillations. Forced oscillations. Self-induced oscillations. Complex vibration. Harmonic spectrum of complex vibration. Mechanical wave. Equation of wave. Doppler's effect and its use in medicine.

2


2

Acoustics. Nature and physical properties of sound. Audiometry. Physical bases of sound methods in clinics. Wave resistance. Use of ultrasound in medicine.

2

3

A strength and potential of electric field.The electric dipole. Electric field of dipole. A dipole in an electric field. Energy of electric field. A multipole. Electric dipole generator

( current dipole). Physical bases of electrocardiography. Vectorcardiography.



2

4

Magnetic interaction of currents. Biot-Savart's law. Intensity of magnetic field of current. Intensity of magnetic fields due to circular and direct currents. Total current relationship. An intensity of magnetic field of solenoid.Current carrying loop in a magnetic field.

2

5

Interference of light. Coherency. Interference in thin films. Use of interference. Interferometers and their use in medicine. Concept of the interference microscope. Diffraction of light. Huygens-Fresnel's principle. Diffraction of parallel rays. Diffraction grating. Holography and its application in medicine.

2

6

X-rays. Bases of roentgenestructural analysis. Stopping and characteristic X-rays. Mutual interaction between X-rays and substance. Physical bases of use of X- rays in medicine. X-ray structure analysis and it's use in medicine. Radioactivity. Principal law of radioactive decay. Activity. Mutual interaction of ionizing rays with matter. Biophysical bases of action of ionizing rays on organism. Bases of dosemetry . Use of radionuclides and neutrons in medicine. Radiation and expose dose. Equivalent dose.

2

7

Energy radiation and absorption in atoms and molecules. Spontaneous and induced radiations. Ruby laser. Helium-Neon Laser. Properties of laser radiation. Use of lasers in medicine.

2



The plan of practical training on medical and biological physics for

the students of I course of stomotology faculty




Themes

Hours

1

Errors in measurements of physical quantities and their calculation. Explanation of laboratory works.

2

2

Determination of coefficient of internal friction in real liquids by Ostvald's viscosimeter and Stock's method

2

3

Measurement of surface tension in liquids by drop method.

2

4

Study of alternating current circuit. Measurement of inductance and inductive resistance.

2

5

Study the apparatus of UHF (ultrahigh frequency) and measurement its vibration frequency.

2

6

Determination of magnification of microscope and simple maqnifier

2

7

Measurement of concentration of sugar solution by polarimeter.

2

8

Measurement of light wavelength by diffraction grating.

2




Problem solving




1

Mechanical oscillations and waves

2

2

Acoustics

2

3

Flow of fluids and mechanical properties of biological membrane

2

4

Control work on mechanics

2

5

Electric field

2

6

Maqnetic field

2

7

Alternating current. Electromagnetic oscillations and waves

2

8

Control work on electromagnetism

2

9

Geometrical optics and quantum properties of light

2

10

Interference and diffraction of light

2

11

Polarization of light

2

12

Thermal radiation of objects. Light interaction with matter

2

13

X-ray radiation. Dosimetry

2

14

Radioactivity

2

15

Control work on optics

2



The plan of lectures on Informatics and computer

I course (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Informatics subject. Concept of information. Forms of information and ways of representation of information. Receiving, departure, transformation and processing of information. Units of information quantity. Information coding.

Stages of development of a computer. Computer structure. Architecture of a computer and general principles of a computer device. Classification of computers by different signs. Completing devices of a computer, the main and peripheral devices. Use of computers in medicine



2

2

Concept of algorithm, classification. Properties of algorithm, ways of representation of algorithm, types of algorithms. The solution of tasks on a computer. Algorithmic languages. Purpose and classification of software. Components of system software (operating systems, service programs), concept of maintenance programs. Components of applied software (applied programs of general purpose, specialized applied programs). Classification of operating systems. Graphic and nongraphic operating systems. Windows OS. Purpose of Windows OS, main characteristics and versions. File and its main characteristics. Service programs of Microsoft Windows, Excel schedule prosessor. M.S. Power Point presentation programs.

2

3

Computer networks. Main concepts (protocol, bridge, lock, router, etc.). Concept of a server. Local and global networks. Short history of Internet. TCP/IP protocols. Addressing of resources on Internet. Service of domain names (DNS). Internet services. E-mail (e-mail, www, FTP, Telnet, Usenet, etc.). Web document. Concepts of HTML and HTTP. Organization of Web pages. Types of connection to Internet (Dial-up, ADSL, wireless connection, connection via a satellite). Microsoft Internet Explorer. Information search systems

2


The plan of practical training on Informatics and computer

I course (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1


Information. Information types, amont of information and information coding. Notations. Transition from rules from one notation into another. Units of measure of information amount

2

2

Test 1 (Information). Device and architecture of a computer. Technical characteristics of a computer

2

3

Software. System programs (operating systems, drivers, utilities). Applied programs (test editor, spreadsheets, databases, etc.). Operating systems. WINDOWS. Office programsof the Window operating system. Elements of a window and their appointment (line of heading, system menu line, toolbar, address line, working area, scrolling strip, condition line). Desktop and its elements. Main and context menus of system. Work with files and folders. Program conductor

2

4

Test 2 (Computer devices). Text editor WORD. Main Window of WORD. The menu line (File, Edit, View, Insert, Format, Tools, Table, Window, Help). The toolbar line. Work with texts (creation and saving of text documents, text input, editing, formatting of texts)

2

5

Tables in WORD, graphic possibilities of Word. Work with tables. Printing of documents.

2

6

EXCEL spreadsheet. Creation and filling of tables. Input and editing of functions. Main Excel functions and their application. Creation of charts in Excel, editing and formatting. Creation lists. Streamlining of data, filters. Application of Excel spreadsheet

2

7

The decision in Excel of tasks with linear, branching and cyclic algorithms.

2

8

The decision in Excel of tasks with enclosed cycles

2

9

Creation of charts. Test 3 (Excel)

2

10

Presentation program MS Power Point

2

11

Computer networks. Internet. Work bases on Internet. Protocols. Addressing in Internet. E-mail. Receiving and parcel of messages by e-mail

2

12

Test 4 (Internet). Use of information resources on Internet. Loading of files from the Internet. Information search systems

2

C U R R I C U L U M


For 15 practical classes of the General Medicine I,

Sanitary and Stomatological faculties, for the I year

I semestor Azerbaijan sector students in the English language

at the Foreign Languages Department of the



Azerbaijan Medical University




Lexical Topics and Grammar

Hours

1

Lesson 1-2. English Alphabet. Sound Characteristics. Syllable Division. Article. Exclamatory Form of the Verb.

2

2

Lesson 3-4. Characteristics of Vowels and Consonants. “Parts of the Body”. (“Artists Study the Human Body”). The Verb “to be”. Impersonal Sentences. Prepositions.

2

3

Lesson 5-6. Word Stress. III type of Syllable. Text B. “We Study Anatomy”. (“Studying the Human Body”). The Verb “to have”. The Noun. The Possessive Case of the Noun.

2

4

Lesson 7-9. Diphthongs. Triphtongs. IV type of Sullable. Word Stress. Intonation. Text 5 on p. 49 Text C. “The Skeleton”. The Adjective. The Degrees of the Adjectives. The Adverb. The Numeral. “There be”.

2

5

Lesson 10-11. Text on p. 69. Text “Bacteria”. The Present Indefinite Tense Form

2

6

Revision

2

7

Lesson 2. “Azerbaijan Medical University”. The Use of the Present Indefinite Tense

2

8

“Medical Education in Our Republic”. The Present Participle. The Present Continuous Tense Form

2

9

Topic “Medical Education in Great Britain”. (“Medical Education in Great Britain”)

2

10

Translation of the Text. “Medical Education”/“A Student’s View”. The Past Indefinite Tense Form

2

11

Lesson 3. Text A. “A Visit of a Doctor” p. 88. The Use of the Past Indefinite Tense Form

2

12

Translation of the medical text “Infection and Disease” (“The Middle Ages”)

2

13

Topic “At the Hospital” p. 95. (“Development of the Middle Ages”)

2

14

National Holidays (“Independence day”/“Constitution Day”/“Novruz Holiday”)

2

15

Revision

2

C U R R I C U L U M
For 30 practical classes of the General Medicine I,

Sanitary and Stomatological faculties, for the I year

II semestor Azerbaijan sector students in the English language

at the Foreign Languages Department of the



Azerbaijan Medical University




Lexical Topics and Grammar

Hours

1

Lesson 4. “The Azerbaijan Republic” p. 97. “Baki” p. 56. Modal Verbs

2

2

WHO (World Health Organization)

2

3

Text B. “Medical Cooperation” p. 99

2

4

Lesson 5. Translation of the Medical Text “Stress Control”

2

5

“How to Take the Pulse” p. 103. The Past Continuous Tense Form

2

6

Lesson 6. Text A. “Our Profession” p. 113. The Future Indefinite Tense Form

2

7

Topic “Hippocrates’ Oath” p. 53. (“Hippocrates – the Father of Medicine”). The Use of the Future Indefinite Tense Form

2

8

Revision

2

9

“Blood Pressure” p. 120 (“Hypertension”)

2

10

Translation of the Additional Medical Text “A Donor and a Recipient” p. 237

2

11

Lesson 7. Text A. “Great Britain and London” p. 121. Dialogue “London” p. 124. The Future Continuous Tense Form

2

12

Text D. “National Health Service in England” p. 129 (“Health Service in Great Britain”). The Use of the Future Continuous Tense Form

2

13

Translation of the text a) “The National Health Service” (general medicine); b) “Air and Health” (sanitary); c) “Teeth” (stomatological)

2

14

Topic “M.A.Topchibashov” p. 74

2

15

Revision

2

16

“The Care of Public Health in the Azerbaijan Republic” p. 132. Equivalents of Modal Verbs

2

17

Text B. “Medical Service in the USA” p. 134. Text C. Dialogue p.135 (“Health Care System in the USA”)

2

18

“In-Patient Department” p. 139 (“Medical Practitioner”). Participle I. The Present Perfect Tense Form

2

19

“History of the Illness” p. 140 (“Taking a History”). The Use of the Present Perfect Tense Form

2

20

Topic “Examination of the Patient” (“Endoscopy”/“MRI and Ultrasound”)

2

21

Topic “W.C. Roentgen” p. 82

2

22

Lesson X. “At the Polyclinic” p. 147. Written Translation of the Text “Polyclinic” p. 152. The Past Perfect Tense Form

2

23

“A District Doctor” p. 149. The Use of the Past Perfect Tense Form

2

24

Translation of the Medical Text a) “Surgical Treatment” (general medicine); b) “Urinalysis” (sanitary); c) “Traumatic Injuries of the Teeth” (stomatological).

2

25

Revision

2

26

Lesson XI. “First Aid Station” p. 156. The Future Perfect Tense Form

2

27

“The Ambulance Doctor” p. 157. The Use of the Future Perfect Tense Form

2

28

Text C. “At the Traumotologist” p. 158

2

29

Topic “I.N.Pirogov” p. 81

2

30

Revision

2


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