Fundamentals of Preclinical Medicine II
- Grading of the course requires grading of the following courses:
- Fundamentals of Preclinical Medicine I (17KBIPM1)
- Department of Health Care Disciplines and Population Protection
Student will get familiar with basic terms from pharmacology, hygiene, epidemiology, immunology and ethics.
100% participation in practical exercises,
demonstration of the knowledge mastered by a written test.
Demonstration of the knowledge mastered by a written test, 80 % success rate.
Oral examination on the basis of the decision field supervisor.
Caution: intervals between repeated examinations must not be shorter than seven days.
- Syllabus of lectures:
1st week: common pharmacologysiology
2nd week: pharmacokinetics
3rd week: expert systems
4th week. basics of hygiene
5th week: hospital hygiene
6th week: disinfection and sterilization
7th week: contagious infection diseases
8th week: process of infection spreading and basics of
9th week: environmental factors
10th week: life style
11th week: patients rights
12th week: ethics of research
13th week: euthanasia
14th Week: Consultation Week
- Syllabus of tutorials:
- Study Objective:
Obtain basic knowledge from pharmacology, hygiene, epidemiology, immunology and medical ethics.
Master basic terms of hygiene, epidemiology and pharmacology.
- Study materials:
 Podstatová, H.: Základy epidemiologie a hygieny, Galén, Karolínum, Praha 2009
 Doporučená literatura:
 Göpfertová D., Janovská D., Dohnal K., Melicherčíková V.: Mikrobiologie, imunologie, epidemiologie, hygiena. Praha, Triton, 2002
 Göpfertová D., Pazdiora P., Dáňová J.: Epidemiologie - obecná a speciální epidemiologie infekčních nemocí. Karolinum, Praha 2006
 Heymann D. L.: Control of communicable diseases manual.19th edition, American Public Health Association, 2008
 Provazník K., Komárek L.: Manuál prevence v lékařské praxi. Fortuna, Praha 2004
- Further information:
- No time-table has been prepared for this course
- The course is a part of the following study plans:
- Biomedical Informatics - combined study (compulsory course)