I V course / educ years The plan of lectures on medical biology and genetics for the students of I course of stomatology faculty



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The plan of practical training on neurology and medical genetics

for the students of III course of stomatology faculty


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Themes

Hours

1

The clinical anatomy of spinal cord. The examination of motor functions(muscle tonus, the volume of passive and active movements, reflexes)

2

2

Movement and its disorders. Flaccid and spastic palsy. The main syndromes of peripheral nerves and tracts lesions .The cerebellum. Anatomy and physiology.Lesion symptoms. The examination of cerebellum functions

2

3

Sensation and it pathways. The features of face sensory innervation. Sensory lesions. The types of sensory lesions in the face. The examination methods of sensation

2

4

Cranial nerves .Anatomy and physiology. The syndromes and symptoms of the I,II,III,VI,VI cranial nerves lesions. The examination of olfactory, optic andoculomotor nerves function

2

5

Trigeminal and facial nerves. Lesion symptoms.The examination of V and VII cranial nerves function

2

6

IX,X,XI,XII cranial nerves. Bulbar and pseudobulbarpalsy.The examination methods of bulbar group cranial nerves

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7

The features of face and oral cavity innervation by autonomic nervous system. The clinical symptoms and syndromes of its lesions. The testing methods of autonomic nervous system functions

2

8

Brain cortex. The localization of higher brain functions. Symptoms of disturbances

2

9

Meningeal syndrome. The testing of cerebrospinal fluid. Testing methods in neurostomatology:reofacigraphy

2

10

The special testing methods used in neurostomatology(continue):EMG of masticatory muscles, radiography of the sinuses. The methods of neurostomatology patients management

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11

Neurostomatology disorders and syndromes.Classification.The clinic, diagnostic andtreatment of trigeminal and facial nerves disorders .The examination methods of this patients

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12

Neurostomatology disorders and syndromes (continue).The clinic, diagnostic and treatment of X,XI,XII cranial nerves disorders.The examination methods of this patients

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13

Neurostomatology disorders and syndromes(continue).The clinic, diagnostic and treatment of the trigeminal nerve central and peripheral neuralgia,trigeminal and facial nerve neuropathiya, dental plexopathy and glossopharyngeal nerve neuralgiya

2

14

The clinic, diagnostic and treatment of the cervical spine osteochondrosis that is seen in encephalitis,bulbar syringomyelia,epilepsy with neurological disorders.The examination methods of this patients

2

15

The clinic, diagnostic and treatment of the cerebral blood circulation. The stomatologist tactics in cerebral blood circulation disorders,brain trauma and neurosis.The examination methods of this patients

2

16

The final session

1

The plan of lectures on public health and services organization for the students of III course of stomatology faculty (spring term)


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Themes

Hours

1

Purpose of discipline “Public health and organization of healthcare”, its tasks, research methods, history of development, problems. Legal fundamentals of healthcare. Theoretical systems on population, medicine and healthcare. Medical ethics, deontology

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2

State of health of population and methods of its studying. Factors influencing public health. Ecology and ecological assessment of a state of environment

2

3

Medical demography and morbidity, criteria of public health. Methods of studying and indicators of morbidity. Types of pathology of population

2

4

Healthcare system, its objectives and principles. Problems of healthcare. Healthcare systems in developed countries. Features of state, private and insurance healthcare systems

2

5

Management and control of healthcare. Categories of management. Bases of marketing of healthcare

2

6

Scientific bases of organization of medical services to population. Planning of healthcare

2

7

Economy and financing of healthcare

2



The plan of practical training on public health and services organization for the students of III course of stomatology faculty (spring term)


N

Themes

Hours

1

Principles of medical statistics. Theory of probability. Types of a statistical research. Research skills of students.

2

2

Organization of medical statistical researches and their stages. Planning of research

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3

Rules of organization of a selective method of research. Method of calculation of a minimum necessary number of sample. Law of large numbers

2

4

Absolute and relative numbers

2

5

Graphic representations

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6

Assessment of dynamics of development of phenomena. Method of analysis of dynamic (time) series

2

7

Variational statistics. Average values, their types. Rules of calculation

2

8

 Values characterizing variational series

2

9

Methods of calculation and analysis of demographic indicators

2

10

Methods of calculation and analysis of indicators of morbidity and disability

2

11

Analysis of morbidity with temporary disability. Socia-and-medical expertise

2

12

Methods of standardization, their types and rules of its application. A direct method of standardization

2

13

Studying of connection between phenomena. Non-parametric statistical methods

2

14

Coefficient of conformity

2

15

Coefficient of itteration

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16

Coefficient of rank correlation

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17

Coefficient of linear correlation

2

18

Regression analysis

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19

Methods of forecasting. Application of method of extrapolation of forecasting in medicine and healthcare

2

20

One-way dispersion analysis of qualitative attributes

2

21

One-way dispersion analysis of quantitative attributes

2

22

Classification of treatment-and- prophylactic establishments rendering medical care   to population. Peculiarities of organization of dental care

2

23

Role of information support for managing of activity of medical establishments. Documents for registration and reporting

2

24

Organization of ambulatory-and-polyclinic care to population. Structure of polyclinics, principles of their work

2

25

Indicators of activity of polyclinics and their analysis

2

26

Characteristics of rendering of in-patient care to population. Types, structure, categories of hospitals, and organization of their activity

2

27

Key indicators of activity of hospitals, and their analysis

2

28

Establishments rendering dental care, their types, structure, and organization

2

29

Organization of ambulatory-and-polyclinic dental care to population. Analysis of activity of stomatologic polyclinic

2

30

Peculiarities of organization in-patient dental care

2

31

System of protection of motherhood and childhood, organization of medical services in maternity hospitals, perinatal centres, school and preschool establishments

2

32

Analysis of activity of maternity hospitals and perinatal centres

2

33

Analysis of activity of children's policlinics and children's hospitals

2

34

Centres of hygiene and epidemiology, organization of their work, their structure, analysis of indicators of their activity

2

35

Management and administering of healthcare. Marketing in healthcare. Cost, price and profitability

2

36

Economy of healthcare. Economic gain (efftct) and economic efficiency. Economic problems of healthcare

2

37

Methods of planning of healthcare

2

38

Rules of estimation of demand for medical care

2


The plan of lectures on oral and maxillo-facial surgery for the students

of III course of stomatology faculty for spring term




Themes

Hours

1

The subject of Oral and Maxillofacial surgery and its aim. History of development and present structure in Azerbaijan. Arrangement and equipment of inpatient and outpatient service. Medical documentation. Asepsis and antisepsis in maxillofacial surgery. Medico legal considerations

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2

Features of surgery in oral cavity and face. Preoperative investigation in outpatient and inpatient surgery. Surgical incisions and main principles of surgical approaches. Wound healing

2

3

Anesthesia in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery. Selection of method of anesthesia. Features of general anesthesia in Oral and Maxillofacial surgery. Local anesthesia. Premedication. Complication of general and local anesthesia. Resuscitation and intensive care in practice of maxillofacial surgery

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4

Tooth extraction procedure. Indications and contraindications. Instruments, equipment and supplies. Features of preoperative preparation of patients of high risk group. Mechanical principles of tooth extraction

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5

Complicated exodontias. Surgical (open) tooth extraction. Multiply teeth extraction. Closure of tooth socket. Extraction of dystopic and impacted teeth. Complications after tooth extraction

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6

Preprosthetic and periodontal surgery. Main surgical principles. Surgical methods of preprosthetic preparation. Surgical treatment of periodontal tissues pathologies

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7

Surgical aspects of dental implantology. Arrangement of service. Medical documentation. Classifications. Indication and contraindications. 1st and 2nd surgical steps. Complications and their treatment

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The plan of practical training on oral and maxillo-facial surgery for the students

of III course of stomatology faculty for spring term




Themes

Hours

1

Arrangement of outpatient oral surgery service. Arrangement of inpatient department of maxillofacial surgery. Physical, X-ray, laboratory, microbiological, pathological investigation in inpatient and outpatient department. Assessment of patient’s psycho-emotional status. Documentation in inpatient and outpatient departments. Medical-legal considerations. Deontology and medical ethics

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2

Microbiology of oral and maxillofacial region. Asepsis in maxillofacial surgery. Equipment and chemical agents. Sterilization. Antisepsis. Disinfection of surgical field. Instruments are using in maxillofacial surgery

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3

Anatomy and physiology of the skin of head and neck area and mucosal of oral cavity. Main principles of surgical incisions and surgical approaches in head and neck region and oral cavity. The types of suture materials. Methods of suturing. Wound healing stages. Types of scars. Prophylaxis and treatment of pathological scars

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4

Mechanism of pain. Assessment of main compound of patient pain reaction: sensor, psycho emotional, vegetative, psychomotor. Assessment of risk of anesthesia. Type of anesthesia. General anesthesia. The features in oral and maxillofacial surgery. Preparations of the patients for general anesthesia. Clinical and pharmacological features of inhalation and non-inhalation anesthetics. Mask endotracheal, intratracheal and intravenous methods of administration of general anesthesia. The features of general anesthesia in cases of different pathologies (craniofacial deformities, head and neck infections, etc.). Awaking after general anesthesia. General complications pending and after anesthesia. The features of general anesthesia in outpatient service. Complications

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5

Local anesthesia. Neural anatomy of certain region (12 pair of cranial nerves) and mechanism of effect of local anesthesia. Clinical and pharmacological features of local anesthetics. Infiltration anesthesia. Anesthesia of soft tissues of head and face region. Infiltration anesthesia in the maxillae and mandible. Application, submucosal, subperiosteal, intraseptal, intraligamental, intraosseuos methods of anesthesia. Block anesthesia. Anatomy of 2nd branch of trigeminal nerve and regions of innervation. Posterior, middle and anterior superior alveolar block, palatine block, naso-palatine block. Anatomy of 3rd branch of trigeminal nerve and regions of innervation. Inferior alveolar nerve block. Mental and incisive block. Lingual nerve block. Buccal nerve block. Gow-Gates, Weisbrem and Yegorov’s methods

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Local anesthesia. Intraoral methods of anesthesia in case of mouth opening limitation. Vazarini-Akinozi method. Extraoral methods of anesthesia – semilunar, submandibular, pre-ramus methods. Nerve block of 2nd and 3rd branches of trigeminal nerve in the region of foramen ovale and rotundum. Waisblat and Bershe methods. Mistakes and complications during local anesthesia (local and general)

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Premedication. Aim and administration. Clinical and pharmacological features of usable medications. Methods of application. Complications. Selection of premedication in case of systematic diseases (diabetes myelitis, cardiovascular pathologies and pathologies of blood), pregnant women and pediatric patients. Assessment of anesthesiological risk in oral and maxillofacial surgery. The cases required intensive care: respiratory and cardiovascular insufficiency, acute brain blood supply disturbance, syncope, collapse, hypertensic crisis, angina pectoris, myocardial infarction, shock (pain, haemorrhagic, anafilactic etc), epileptic seizure, diabetic coma, malignant hyperthermia. Resuscitation and intensive care. Apparent death, assessment of patient’s status in case of terminal condition. Resuscitation and intensive care

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8

Tooth extraction procedure. Special conditions. Instruments are needed, equipment and consumables. Types of extraction forceps and elevators. Indications and contraindications for tooth extraction. Features of patient preoperative preparation in case of associated illness

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9

Principles of uncomplicated exodontia. Clinical and radiological characteristics. Principles of positioning of patient and surgeon. Mechanical principles of tooth extraction. Principles of usage of extraction forceps and elevators. Features of extraction of different group of teeth. Postoperative administrations. Tooth socket care. Tooth socket healing steps

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10

Principles of complicated exodontia. Surgical tooth and root extraction – alveoloectomy. Multiply teeth extraction. Features of wound closure. Indications and features of extraction of dystopic and impacted teeth. Tooth extraction methods in case of impacted and partially impacted 3rd molar on the upper and lower jaw. Replantation and transplantation of teeth. Resorbtion of alveolar bone after tooth extraction. Factors leading to rapid bone resorbtion and its prophylaxis

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Complications after teeth and root extraction. Drooping of teeth and roots to respiratory and digestive tract. Injury of surround teeth.Perforation of maxillary sinus; passing of the teeth, roots and broken fragments into maxillary sinus. Treatment tactics and prophylaxis of this complication. Complications after teeth and roots extraction. Bleeding. Hemostasis in soft and hard tissues. Alveolitis and alveolus pain: etiology, prophylaxis and treatment

4

12

Periodontal surgery. Aim and tasks. Usable instruments. Patient selection and treatment planning. Examination of soft tissues. Examination of hard tissues. Surgical procedures on the hard tissues. Reparation of the counters of alveolar process. Simple alveoloplasty associated with multiply teeth extraction. Intraseptal alveoloplasty. Maxillary tuberosity, genial tubercle and mylohyoid ridge reduction. Reduction of maxillary tori, maxillary and mandibular exostosis. Preparation of immediate dentures after teeth extraction

4

13

Soft tissue surgery. Maxillary tuberosity and mandibular retromolar pad reduction. Unsupported hypermobile tissue.Surgical treatment of periodontal tissues pathologies. Open and closed curettage of periodontal pockets. Inflammatory hyperplasia of gingiva. Hyperplasia of papillae. Labial and lingual frenulum reduction – frenulotomy. Crown-lengthening procedure. Aims. Surgical methods. Augmentation of attached mucosa. Aims. Surgical methods

4

14

Dental implantology. Patient selection. General and medical contraindications. Material of implants. Different implant types and systems. Surgical instruments, equipment and supplies of operating room. Anatomical considerations of upper and lower jaw.Special diagnostics of patient who are underwent dental implant placement. Classifications. Medical documentation

4

15

Dental implant placement. Single and double stage surgery. Biological principles of implants osteointegration. Periimplantitis. Classification. Treatment. Complications in dental implantology. Their prophylaxis and treatment

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