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17ABBPMP2A - Devices, Methods and Procedures in Clinical Practise II

31.3.2020 - distance learning instructions No. 1, because of the situation and contactless teaching, there was prepared information about completion and classification of this subject. You are registered to the course "B192-17ABBPMP2A - Devices, Methods and Procedures in Clinical Practise II" in Moodle. To login to Moodle use this link: https://moodle-vyuka.cvut.cz/ and your standard credentials. You will write two online tests - in Moodle - from each you can get 50 points (total 100 points), your classification will be made as a sum of your both results. The first test will be on Wednesday 15th of April, it will be from lessons you had in our hospital - presentations you can find below as ZIP file (section Others). As the basis for the second test, you will get more comprehensive presentations and in case of your additional questions, you can write email. The term of the second test will be in May. You will receive all presentations until 9th of April.

1.4.2020 - distance learning instructions No. 2, ZIP file with presentations - 1st part (please, see section Others below)

 

Code Completion Credits Range Language
17ABBPMP2A KZ 2 1P+1L English
Lecturer:
Klára Hiřmanová, Iva Kotenová
Tutor:
Jiří Hozman (guarantor), Klára Hiřmanová, Iva Kotenová
Supervisor:
Department of Biomedical Technology
Synopsis:

In this course will be applied focus on the following issues: operation and documentation of the results of imaging methods, the relationship between imaging methods and systems to the HIS, basic concepts and methods in various fields of diagnostic imaging, basic imaging systems from the perspective of interpretation and description of images, from the field of diagnostic imaging practice (radiology, ultrasonography, magnetic resonance imaging, nuclear medicine, endoscopy, PET, SPECT).

Requirements:

Graded credit includes requirement for both, i.e. for presence in all parts of the practical tasks and successful completion of the test assessed according to the ECTS grading scale. The selected topics are available on the web site of the course and there is required to repeat the knowledge and understanding of Physics II., Medical equipment and systems, as well as Imaging systems. See also the website of the relevant courses.

Syllabus of lectures:

1. The medical imaging methods - overview (physical basics)

2. Relationship of the imaging methods and systems to HIS

3. Basic concepts and methods in various fields of diagnostic imaging

4. Basics of imaging systems from the perspective of interpretation and description of images

5. Principles of diagnostic imaging (radiology)

6. Principles of diagnostic imaging (ultrasonography)

7. Principles of diagnostic imaging (magnetic resonance imaging I.)

8. Principles of diagnostic imaging (magnetic resonance imaging II.)

9. Principles of diagnostic imaging (magnetic resonance imaging III).

10. Principles of diagnostic imaging (nuclear medicine)

11. Principles of diagnostic imaging (endoscopy)

12. Principles of diagnostic imaging (SPECT)

13. Principles of diagnostic imaging (PET)

14. Summary, overview of thematic blocks for classified (graded) assessment

Syllabus of tutorials:

1. The medical imaging methods - an overview of applications in clinical practice

2. Relationship od the imaging methods and systems to HIS - practice

3. Basic concepts and methods in various fields of diagnostic imaging - practice

4. Basics of imaging systems from the perspective of interpretration and description of images - practice

5. Practice from diagnostic imaging (radiology)

6. Practice from diagnostic imaging (ultrasonography)

7. Practice from diagnostic imaging (imaging MRI I.)

8. Practice from diagnostic imaging (imaging MRI II.)

9. Practice from diagnostic imaging (imaging MRI III.).

10 Practice from diagnostic imaging (nuclear medicine)

11 Practice from diagnostic imaging (endoscopy)

12 Practice from diagnostic imaging (SPECT)

13 Practice from diagnostic imaging (PET)

14. Test, graded/classified credit/assessment

Study Objective:

The main objective of the course is to provide students with additional knowledge, skills, habits, experience and ideas, especially in relation and in context with that ones obtained in specialized courses and during the professional practice within clinical environment (practice) in hospital.

Study materials:

[1]Bronzino J.D., Peterson D.R.: The Biomedical Engineering Handbook. 3rd/4th ed. CRC Press, 2006. ISBN-13: 978-0849321238+ISBN-13: 978-0849321214+ISBN-13: 978-0849321221 (3 volumes set)

[2]Flower M.A.: Webb's Physics of Medical Imaging. 2nd ed. CRC Press, 2012. 864 p. ISBN 9780750305730

[3]Willson K., Ison K., Tabakov S.: Medical Equipment Management. CRC Press, 2013. 344 p. ISBN 9781420099584

Note:
The course is a part of the following study plans:
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