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Clinical Procedures (MEDC 1259)

In this course, students learn to collaborate with the medical team to apply and implement “Chronic Disease Management” protocols. Students learn medical asepsis, sterilization techniques and the importance of preventing cross-contamination in healthcare environments. Students take and chart vital signs, collect specimens, test visual acuity, and prepare the required equipment for specialty examinations and minor surgical procedures.

Prerequisites: Medical Administrative Procedures (MEDC 1100), Medical Speed and Accuracy 1 (MEDC 1121), Human Relation Skills (MEDC 1132), Medical Terminology for MOA 1 (MEDC 1135), Medical Terminology for MOA 2 (MEDC 1136), and E-Communications Management (MEDC 1140)


 course outline


CRN Fee Campus - Room Day(s) Time Date Instructor
60364 TBATo Be Assigned
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MTWRM-Monday, T-Tuesday,
W-Wednesday, R-Thursday,
F-Friday, S-Saturday,
U-Sunday

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10-Jul-2017
to 27-Jul-2017
Roberts, Helen
60013 TBATo Be Assigned
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60358 TBATo Be Assigned
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Slade, Julia
71059 TBATo Be Assigned
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Slade, Julia

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