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Complete Anatomy Courses

Emergency Medicine & Trauma

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About this course

By Prof. Paul M. Rea

Develop your anatomical knowledge to solve clinically-related problems in a relevant and applied immediate setting. The applied clinical application presented here will enable you to explore relevant anatomy through a systematic and logical approach, with specific relevance to an emergency situation. It will examine clinically-applied anatomy and relate it to real life scenarios, which typically present to an emergency facility.

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Correlate the anatomy to a typical emergency presentation related to clinical conditions and applied procedures

Work through an extended case with clinical signs and symptoms presented

Better understand the anatomy and link what presents to the clinician with the underlying, and related, anatomy

Understand how clinical signs and symptoms happen due to disruption of the typical anatomical layout of the human body

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Learning Outcomes

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Correlate human anatomy to a typical emergency presentation related to clinical conditions and applied procedures.

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Work through an extended case with clinical signs and symptoms presented.

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Undertake an in-depth clinically applied anatomical study and linking what presents to the clinician with the underlying, and related, anatomy.

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Understand how clinical signs and symptoms happen due to disruption of the typical anatomical layout of the human body.

Author

Prof. Paul M. Rea
Prof. Paul M. Rea
MBChB, MSc, MEd, PhD, DipFMS, MIMI, SFHEA, FRSA, FRSB

Professor Paul M. Rea is a Professor of Digital and Anatomical Education. He leads product design and development for digital products and runs the postgraduate taught MSc Medical Visualization and Human Anatomy at the University of Glasgow. He is a medically qualified clinical and digital anatomist and has numerous educational and scientific qualifications. He has several fellowships across the arts, science and educational fields and is a leader in the application of digital technologies in anatomical and biomedical visualization.

Contents

Module 1
Introduction and Patient Assessment
Introduction: Part 1
Introduction: Part 2
Introduction: Part 3
Quiz: Patient assessment
Module 2
Airway
Airway assessment
Mouth and vestibule
Lips
Cheek and oral cavity
Palate
Nasal cavity
Paranasal sinuses
Pharynx
Larynx
Cricothyroidotomy
Laryngeal cartilages
Trachea
Quiz: Basics of airway assessment
Module 3
Breathing
Clinical examination
Pathology of the respiratory system
Trachea: Lower portion
Tracheostomy: Part 1
Tracheostomy: Part 3
Tracheal blood supply
Bronchi
Left main bronchus
Right main bronchus
Lungs
Bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli
Tension pneumothorax
Quiz: Breathing
Module 4
Circulation
Clinical scenario
Overview of circulatory system
Right atrium and tricuspid valve
Right ventricle and tricuspid valve
Left atrium
Left ventricle
Pulse and common carotid artery
Brachial artery
Radial artery
Ulnar artery
Allen's test
Femoral artery
Popliteal artery
Popliteal artery
Posterior tibial artery
Posterior tibial artery
Dorsalis pedis artery
Quiz: Circulation part 1
Quiz: Circulation part 2
Module 5
Disability
Clinical scenario and assessment of consciousness
Glasgow coma scale
Extra-dural haemorrhage
Fixed, dilated pupil
Oculomotor nerve
Trochlear and abducens nerves
Quiz: Disability
Module 6
Exposure
Pelvic fracture
Femur anatomy
Femoral fracture
Quiz: Exposure
Module 7
Summary and Conclusion
Overview of case: Summary I
Overview of case: Summary II
Overview of case: Summary III
Overview of case: Summary IV
Overview of case: Summary V
Conclusion of Case
LECTURE 1
Introduction and Patient Assessment

Introduction: Part 1

Introduction: Part 2

Introduction: Part 3

Quiz: Patient assessment

LECTURE 2
Airway

Airway assessment

Mouth and vestibule

Lips

Cheek and oral cavity

Palate

Nasal cavity

Paranasal sinuses

Pharynx

Larynx

Cricothyroidotomy

Laryngeal cartilages

Trachea

Quiz: Basics of airway assessment

LECTURE 3
Breathing

Clinical examination

Pathology of the respiratory system

Trachea: Lower portion

Tracheostomy: Part 1

Tracheostomy: Part 3

Tracheal blood supply

Bronchi

Left main bronchus

Right main bronchus

Lungs

Bronchi, bronchioles and alveoli

Tension pneumothorax

Quiz: Breathing

LECTURE 4
Circulation

Clinical scenario

Overview of circulatory system

Right atrium and tricuspid valve

Right ventricle and tricuspid valve

Left atrium

Left ventricle

Pulse and common carotid artery

Brachial artery

Radial artery

Ulnar artery

Allen's test

Femoral artery

Popliteal artery

Popliteal artery

Posterior tibial artery

Posterior tibial artery

Dorsalis pedis artery

Quiz: Circulation part 1

Quiz: Circulation part 2

LECTURE 5
Disability

Clinical scenario and assessment of consciousness

Glasgow coma scale

Extra-dural haemorrhage

Fixed, dilated pupil

Oculomotor nerve

Trochlear and abducens nerves

Quiz: Disability

LECTURE 6
Exposure

Pelvic fracture

Femur anatomy

Femoral fracture

Quiz: Exposure

LECTURE 7
Summary and Conclusion

Overview of case: Summary I

Overview of case: Summary II

Overview of case: Summary III

Overview of case: Summary IV

Overview of case: Summary V

Conclusion of Case