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REHS 805: Seminar in Rehabilitation Research (0.5-3 )
Students will be instructed in the planning and presentation of a 45 minute scientific seminar on topics outside their thesis area and on their thesis work. Students will learn how to design and produce effective poster presentations. Prerequisite: Entry in the PhD program in Rehabilitation Science or consent of instructor. SEM
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REHS 850: Neuroscience (4 )
This course will introcuce the principles of neuroscience and describe their application as relevant to rehabilitation scientists. The course will begin with the terminology of the nervous system, then cover the major functions of the peripheral, autonomic and central nervous systems. The manner with which these systems interact to produce appropriate responses to external demands will be discussed. The behavorial consequences of damage to each systems will be integrated throughout. Particular emphasis will be placed on the sensorimotor role in perception and the control of movement. Lecture and Lab. Prerequisite: Entry in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science Program. LEC
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REHS 862: Pathobiology of Human Function I (4 )
A study of the biology of pathological processes that impair human function will highlight the mechanisms by which cell/tissues repair and/or adapt as a result of injury and aging. Emphasis will be placed on the functional impairments resulting from the pathological condition, and on the body's endogenous ability to adapt or reverse the effects of disease or injury. Prerequisite: Entry into the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, or permission of instructor. LEC
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REHS 863: Pathobiology of Human Function II (4 )
A study of biology and pathological processes that impair human function with emphasis on neuromuscular diseases, injury and diseases of the central and peripheral nervous systems, and neurological disorders associated with development and aging. Prerequisite: Entry into the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, or consent of instructor. LEC
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REHS 865: Independent Study (1-3 )
Individually negotiated learning experiences appropriate to the interests and background of the student. Prerequisite: Entry in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, or permission of instructor. IND IND
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REHS 870: Teaching Practicum (1-3 )
Directed experiences in a planned instructional activity. Student will write course objectives, plan and deliver lectures, produce practical and written exams and assign grades. Prerequsite: Entry in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program or consent of instructor. LEC
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REHS 873: Research Practicum (1-3 )
This course is designed to provide supervised research experience in various laboratories in the department. Prerequisite: Entry in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, or consent of instructor. RSH
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REHS 875: Clinical Practicum (1-3 )
Specialized clinical training in a highly specific area of specialization. The primary purpose of this course is for the student to develop advanced clinical skills in his/her area of specialization. Prerequisite: Admission to the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, and permission of instructor. CLN
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REHS 962: Advanced Studies in Rehabilitation Science (3 )
This course will explore the state of art of clinical and basic scientific research in rehabilitation. Students will learn how to critically analyze the research literature in the neuromotor, musculoskeletal, cardiopulmonary, and other rehabilitation fields. The course will cover the topics including but not limited to rehabilitation to improve balance and gait, rehabilitation in stroke survivors and patients with neurodegenerative diseases, rehabilitation in patients with injury/pathological conditions to ligament, tendon, and bone/cartilage, rehabilitation in patients with cardiopulmonary disease, rehabilitation in cancer patients/survivors, etc. Current literature in each topic area will be investigated to determine the features of the pathological condition and targeted subjects, factors that contribute to the outcomes of the rehabilitation, research tools and measurements, potential optimal rehabilitation techniques, and directions of future research. Prerequisite: Entry into the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program or permission of instructor. Basic knowledge in pathobiology and neuroscience in required. LEC
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REHS 970: Instrumentational Analysis of Human Function (3 )
An in-depth study that provides critical analysis of equipment and other resources used in analyzing human motion, balance, strength, electrophysiological responses, and cardiorespiratory function. Students will be required to conduct a preliminary study, including design, methodology and data collection using one or more of these instruments. Prerequisite: Entry in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, or consent of instructor. LEC
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REHS 980: Graduate Research (1-10 )
Original laboratory investigation conducted under the supervision of a senior staff member. Prerequisite: Entry in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program, or consent of instructor. RSH
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REHS 990: Dissertation in Rehabilitation Science (1-10 )
For students in advanced standing enrolled in the PhD in Rehabilitation Science program. THE
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RESP 303: Introduction to Respiratory Care Procedures (5 )
An introductory course designed to acquaint the student with the fundamental theory, procedures, and equipment used in respiratory therapy. Emphasis is placed on understanding application of equipment and procedures to the patient, and the respiratory therapy treatment of patients requiring non-continuous ventilatory assistance. This course introduces such topics as cardiopulmonary resuscitation, bronchopulmonary hygiene, airway care, oxygen therapy, and cleaning and sterilization of equipment. Prerequisite: Concurrent enrollment in RESP 318 and RESP 325. LEC
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RESP 310: Clinical Pharmacology I (1 )
The student will learn about adrenergic and parasypatholytic bronchodilators, corticosteroids, mucus-controlling drugs, surfactant agents, antitussives, and the anti-infective drugs used for the treatment of respiratory disorder. LEC
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RESP 311: Clinical Pharmacology II (1 )
Content of this course includes neuromuscular blocking agents, cardiac agents, diuretics, anti-hypertensives, and central nervous system drugs. LEC
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RESP 318: Pulmonary Pathology (3 )
A course consisting of lecture and group discussion designed to introduce the student to pulmonary pathology. Special emphasis is placed on the etiology, pathophysiology, and treatment of pulmonary diseases. This course includes such topics as signs and symptoms of lung disease, chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases, pleural and mycotic diseases. Prerequisite/Corequisite: RESP 303, RESP 325, RESP 330, or permission of instructor. LEC
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RESP 325: Clinical Process (2 )
This course serves to introduce the beginning respiratory therapy student to the clinical environment. The student spends eight hours per week participating in either a clinically-oriented workshop or observing the application of respiratory therapy theory in the clinical setting. Prerequisite/Corequisite: RESP 303 and RESP 319. FLD
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RESP 330: Cardiopulmonary Physiology (4 )
Designed to introduce the student to the basics of physiology of the cardiovascular and pulmonary systems. This course contains such topics as regulation of respiration and pH homeostasis, ventilation and perfusion relationships, and hemodynamics of the cardiovascular system. LEC
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RESP 340: Mechanical Ventilators (5 )
This course contains such topics as arterial puncture, classification of mechanical ventilators and adjunct devices, and their application to the patient. Four hours of lecture/discussion and a 3 hour weekly laboratory acquainting the student with the rationale for continuous mechanical ventilation and the basic operation of adult, pediatric and neonatal mechanical ventilators. Emphasis is placed on the selection of appropriate equipment and assessment of its effect on the patient. Prerequisite: RESP 303, RESP 318, RESP 325 and RESP 330. LEC
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RESP 345: Introduction to Critical Care I (1 )
Designed to introduce the student to the fundamentals of critical care concept such as cardiac arrhythmias, fluid and electrolyte abnormalities, and hemodynamic monitoring. These concepts are the basis of understanding problems associated with the critically ill. Prerequisite: RESP 319 and RESP 330. LEC
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RESP 350: Clinical Application I (2 )
This course provides the intermediate respiratory therapy student with opportunities to practice basic respiratory therapy procedures. Emphasis placed on performance of respiratory therapy procedures and application of equipment. This course emphasizes such topics as oxygen therapy, aerosol therapy, incentive spirometry, patient assessment, and IPPB therapy. The student will assume limited patient care responsibilities. Prerequisite: RESP 303, RESP 318, RESP 325, and RESP 330. FLD
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RESP 355: Clinical Application II (2 )
This course provides the respiratory therapy student with an introduction to the critical care setting. The student will begin to apply the procedures and equipment most often utilized in the intensive care areas. Emphasis is placed on continuous mechanical ventilation, artificial airways, airway care, and bedside pulmonary function testing. The student will assume limited patient care responsibility in the critical care areas. Prerequisite: RESP 303, RESP 318, RESP 325, and RESP 330. FLD
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RESP 365: Introduction to Critical Care II (1 )
Concepts of critical care in the area of shock and trauma including causes, pathophysiologic changes and treatment will be discussed. Emphasis is placed on understanding the effects of acute trauma on the cardiopulmonary system. Prerequisite: RESP 303, RESP 318, RESP 319 and RESP 330. LEC
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RESP 375: Clinical Application III (3-5 )
This course provides the advanced respiratory therapy student with opportunities to refine procedural and evaluative skills in the critical care areas. The student will spend a minimum of twenty-four hours per week in the clinical setting. Emphasis is placed upon the students ability to evaluate the patients' clinical situation and recommend appropriate therapy modalities to the clinical supervisor. During this course the student will assume wider-ranging patient care responsibilities. Prerequisite: RESP 355. FLD
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RESP 385: Introduction to Critical Care III (0.5 )
A study of selected medical problems and how they affect the pulmonary system with an emphasis of neuromuscular diseases. The student will understand the etiology, clinical manifestations, diagnosis and treatment of such diseases as myasthenia gravis, Guillain-Barre' syndrome, and amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. The student will also study disorders associated with sleep. Prerequisite: RESP 303, RESP 318, RESP 319, and RESP 330. LEC
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RESP 390: Pulmonary Function (2 )
Lecture and laboratory introducing the student to basic pulmonary function procedures. This course allows the student to practice pulmonary function tests and interpret the results. Lecture and laboratory topics include such topics as the measurement of lung volumes and capacities, body plethysmography, blood gas analysis, and flow volume loops. Prerequisite: RESP 318, RESP 325, and RESP 330. LEC
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RESP 395: Introduction to Critical Care IV (1.5 )
Study of common neonatal and pediatric disorders/diseases for the beginning respiratory care student. Lectures on basic fetal lung development, assessment of both the pediatric and neonatal patient and disorders/diseases such as respiratory distress syndrome, bronchopulmonary dysplasia, bronchiolitis, epiglottis and croup, and other commonly seen problems. Prerequisite: RESP 303, RESP 318, RESP 319, and RESP 330. LEC
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RESP 399: Generalist Practice (3 )
This course is designed to allow students the opportunity to improve and perfect skills acquired in the junior year clinical courses. Emphasis will be given to refining the students' abilities to assess patient status and administer appropriate therapy modalities. This course may also be used to assess respiratory therapy knowledge and skills of students transferring from other programs. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. FLD
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RESP 400: Advanced Critical Care (5 )
This course focus is on the advanced medical and respiratory care of the critically ill adult patient. Emphasis is placed on cardiopulmonary assessment and treatment of trauma post-surgical, cardiac and renal patients. Students enrolled in this course will concurrently receive instruction in advanced cardiac life-support. Prerequisite: Senior year standing or permission of instructor. LEC
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RESP 401: Neonatal Respiratory Care (4 )
This course is designed to provide the student with an introductory knowledge of fetal and newborn cardiorespiratory anatomy, physiology, development, pathophysiology, and care. Prerequisite: Senior year standing or permission of instructor. LEC
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RESP 402: Pulmonary Rehabilitation (3 )
This course focuses on the interdisciplinary approach to the rehabilitation of the adult pulmonary patient. Emphasis will be placed upon the multidisciplinary assessments, treatments, and therapeutic techniques that the pulmonary rehabilitation team provides. The course, in conjunction with a specialty practicum, is designed to prepare the respiratory therapist for practice in a rehabilitation specialty. Prerequisite: Senior year standing or permission of instructor. LEC
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RESP 405: Ethics, Law and Health Care (2 )
This course will provide a forum for discussion of current ethical, legal and professional issues. We will refer to historical and emerging controversies in health care and society that influence the patient-patient care giver relationship. The method of instruction will primarily be student presentation and classroom discussion of current issues. Prerequisite: Senior year standing. LEC
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RESP 425: Advanced Critical Care Procedures (2 )
This course is the capstone of the critical care experience and concentrates on advanced practice and assessment skills in the critical care setting. Emphasis is placed on quantitative assessment and monitoring procedures, advanced ventilator management and interpretation of data. This course requires access to the medical information of an intensive care patient. Prerequisite: RESP 375 or equivalent. LEC
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RESP 490: Special Studies or Projects (1-9 )
This course involves individual study, research or projects in the field of respiratory care under instructor guidance. Written reports and periodic conferences are required. Content and unit credit will be determined by student-instructor conferences and/or departmental conferences. This course may be repeated for a maximum of nine credits. Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program and consent of instructor. LEC
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RESP 600: Introduction to Pharmacology (1 )
The Introduction to Pharmacology course is intended to provide the student with the background information necessary to practice within the field of Allied Health. The course covers the fundamentals of pharmacology including pharmacokinetics and pharmacodynamics. The classification of drugs, the use of drug reference materials, and the mechanisms of therapeutic and adverse responses to drugs will be covered in the course. LEC
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RESP 661: Management Principles in Health Care (3 )
An introduction to basic principles of management and their application in the current health care environment. Course content includes management theory, scope of management, quality issues, budgeting, personnel issues, evaluation and application of management concepts. Cross listed with HEIM 661 and CLS 661. Prerequisite: Senior year standing or permission of the instructor. LEC
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RESP 662: Education Principles in Health Care (2 )
An introduction to basic principles of education and their application in the current health care environment. Information on course content includes: Course design, inservice education and patient education. The focus is on educational needs, instructional media and course quality improvement. LEC
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RESP 663: Scientific Investigation Part I (1 )
This course is designed to provide the participant with an introduction to research skills. It will provide respiratory care practitioners with basic skills in understanding the criteria for developing research questions about their daily practice that can only be answered by conducting research. This course also discusses the types of research data and the structure of a research paper. Prerequisite: S LEC
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RESP 664: Scientific Investigation Part II (1 )
This course is designed to teach the student how to read, interpret and analyze research reports. Prerequisite: Senior year standing and a course in statistics. LEC
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RESP 665: Scientific Investigation Part III (1 )
The student will develop an independent research project with the aid of faculty advisor, and prepare and submit the final project prior to graduation. Prerequisite: Senior year standing and a course in statistics. LEC
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RESP 667: Registry Review (2 )
This course involves individual student under instructor guidance. A series of practice exams are taken and discussed including a secured practice registry exam and clinical simulation exam. Prerequisite: Admission to the respiratory care program and consent of instructor. LEC
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RESP 668: Introduction to Sleep Studies (1 )
This course introduces the basics in sleep medicine and polysomnography to prepare the student to assist in sleep studies. Prerequisite: Senior year standing and consent of instructor. LEC
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RESP 670: Clinical Specialty Practicum (10 )
Provides the student with a capstone experience in the activities and responsibilities related to clinical processes in one of the specific advanced practice specialties: critical care, neonatal, pediatrics, pulmonary rehabilitation, pulmonary function, sleep, hyperbaric oxygen, management or education. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. FLD
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RESP 671: Clinical Specialty Projects I (5 )
Designed to give the student the opportunity to develop clinically-related projects in the areas of quality improvement, health care organizational structures and current processes in patient management. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. FLD
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RESP 672: Clinical Specialty Projects II (5 )
Designed to have the student demonstrate competency related to clinical processes in one of the specific advanced practice specialties: critical care, neonatal, pediatrics, pulmonary rehabilitation, pulmonary function, sleep, hyperbaric oxygen, management or education. Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor. FLD
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TS 800: Research Proseminar (1 )
A proseminar conducted by the core graduate faculty in Occupational Therapy and Therapeutic Science. Twice-monthly meetings will involve student and faculty presentations of their current research, as well as provide more opportunities to obtain feedback on research proposals. May be taken more than once for a total of four credits. (Same as OTMS 800.) LEC
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TS 805: Multidisciplinary Theoretical Perspectives (3 )
Students will identify and explore key theories in behavioral and social science with an emphasis on those currently influencing clinical reasoning. Students will demonstrate an understanding of contemporary theories and be able to compare and contrast key theories, while also developing knowledge about theory guided research and interventions. LEC
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TS 850: From Beliefs to Evidence (1 )
Analysis of the role of beliefs about practice in professional culture and how beliefs are affected by the accumulation of research evidence. Topics include the nature of science and beliefs, the nature of evidence, and the debate over evidence-based practice. Students will use topics from their own professional interests for class presentations and written assignments. May be taken more than once for a total of two credits. LEC
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TS 880: Special Projects (1-6 )
An elective course to allow student investigation of special issues or problems relevant to applied research and/or practice, under the direction of a faculty member chosen by the student. Systematic coverage of current issues may include a research investigation or study related to pertinent sociocultural trends, practice factors, or emerging issues in service provision. Students will complete special projects such as oral presentations, written papers, or case analysis as negotiate with the faculty member. May be repeated for credit. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. IND
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TS 900: Evolving Interdisciplinary Views of Disablement (1 )
Assessment of how our social and cultural context defines notions of disability and disablement in our society. Topics include historical constructs of disability, public policy related to disability, and social paradigms of disability. Students will evaluate views of disablement from the perspective of their own discipline. May be taken more than once for a total of two credits. LEC
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TS 950: Designing Effective Knowledge Transfer (1 )
Examination of the principles of knowledge transfer and diffusion of innovation as they relate to practices in therapeutic professions. Topics include the diffusion process, change agents, innovation adoption, and current diffusion methods. Students will evaluate diffusion processes that have occurred within their own professions. May be taken more than once for a total of two credits. LEC
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TS 980: Advanced Study in Therapeutic Science (1-6 )
Students engage in advanced study of a topic of their interest, guided by an appropriate mentor. Methods include directed readings, interpretation of evidence, discussions, and written syntheses of existing literature. Course culminates in a written proposal for original research and an oral defense of that proposal. Credit is given only after the dissertation proposal is accepted by the student's advisory committee. Prerequisite: Permission of instructor. SEM
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TS 990: Dissertation in Therapeutic Science (1-9 )
Research experience leading to dissertation for doctoral students in Therapeutic Science. THE
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UTEC 50: Introduction to Diagnostic Ultrasound and Medical Law and Ethics for the Imaging Professional (4.8 )
An introductory overview of the field of Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology which encompasses medical terminology for the sonographer, patient and nursing skills, departmental organization and function and computer safety modules. In addition, the review of the department's ultrasound equipment with extensive review of functionality and design of each specific unit. Competency check-off required. This course will also introduce to the imaging professional the legal aspects to patient care. The student will participate in group discussions analyzing practical incidents that may occur in the clinical didactic training. Prerequisite: Acceptance into the Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology Program. LEC
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UTEC 51: Introduction to Sonography Principles and Instrumentation I (1.5 )
This course is designed to introduce the students to the basic terminology, the principles of propagation, beams and transducers and possible biological effects. Prerequisite: College Physics along with acceptance into the Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology Program. LEC
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UTEC 53: Abdominal I Sonography (1.25 )
This course is designed to introduce renal anatomy, physiology and pathology and the associated sonographic appearances. This includes clinical indications for ultrasound of the kidneys along with sonographic appearances of normal and disease processes with instrumentation, technique and protocols. Prerequisite: College anatomy and physiology along with acceptance into the Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology Program LEC
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UTEC 54: Small Parts Sonography I (1 )
This course is taught in modules corresponding to superficial structures of the body. This course provides instruction in Neck and Scrotal sonography. Each module includes: review of anatomy, physiology and pathology, clinical indications for sonography, sonographic appearances of normal and disease processes, along with instrumentation, technique and protocols. Prerequisite: College anatomy and physiology along with acceptance into the Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology Program. LEC
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UTEC 55: Gynecologic Sonography (1.75 )
This course is designed to educate the student on gynecologic anatomy, physiology and pathology and the sonographic appearances. This includes clinical indications for ultrasound along with instrumentation, technique and protocols. Prerequisite: College Anatomy and Physiology along with acceptance into the Diagnostic Ultrasound Technology Program LEC
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UTEC 56: Clinical Internship I (4.4 )
Through supervised clinical experience in the ultrasound imaging department the student will gain knowledge and be required to demonstrate competence in gynecologic and small part clinical imaging and instrumentation. Prerequisite: Abdominal I, Small Part I and Gynecologic Sonography. CLN
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UTEC 60: Advanced Sonography Principles and Instrumentation II (2.4 )
This course is designed to educate the student on advanced areas of ultrasonic propagation principles, transducer parameters, instrumentation, interactive properties with tissues, possible biological effects and quality control procedures. Introduction to Color and Spectral Doppler is included. Prerequisite: Introduction to Sonography Principles and Instrumentation I. LEC
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UTEC 61: Obstetrical Sonography 1st Trimester (1 )
This course is designed to educate the student on normal maternal changes and fetal development throughout gestation. Embryonic and fetal anatomy, anomalies, pathology, biometry and the sonographic appearances are reviewed. Instrumentation, technique, and protocols are studied. Prerequisite: Gynecologic Sonography and college anatomy and physiology. LEC
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UTEC 62: Abdominal Sonography II (2.8 )
This course is taught in module corresponding to abdominal organs and compartments imaged in the abdomen. This course provides instruction in Liver, Biliary, Pancreas and Spleen. Each module includes: review of anatomy, physiology and pathology, clinical indications for sonography, sonographic appearances of normal and disease processes, along with instrumentation, technique and protocols. Abdominal Doppler of normal, diseased, and transplanted liver and pancreas will be included. Prerequisite: Abdominal Sonography I LEC
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UTEC 63: Obstetrical Sonography 2nd and 3rd Trimester (1.75 )
This course is designed to educate the student on normal maternal changes and fetal development throughout gestation. Embryonic and fetal anatomy, anomalies, pathology, biometry and the sonographic appearances are reviewed. Instrumentation, technique, and protocols are studied. Prerequisite: Obstetrical Sonography 1st Trimester LEC
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UTEC 64: Small Parts Sonography II (1 )
This course is taught in modules corresponding to superficial structures of the body. This course provides instruction in breast sonography. The module includes: review of anatomy, physiology and pathology, clinical indications for sonography, sonographic appearances of normal and disease processes, along with instrumentation, technique and protocols. Prerequisite: Small Parts Sonography I. LEC
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UTEC 65: Vascular Technology I (1 )
This course is taught in modules corresponding to selected sites in the vascular system. Each module includes review of: anatomy, physiology, pathology, and clinical indications for noninvasive vascular imaging and disease processes. Instrumentation, technique, and protocols are included. Prerequisite: Advanced Sonography Principles and Instrumentation II and Abdominal Sonography I. LEC
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UTEC 66: Clinical Internship II (8.9 )
Through supervised clinical experience in the ultrasound imaging department and perinatology department the student will gain knowledge and be required to demonstrate competence in gynecologic, obstetrical, small parts and abdominal clinical imaging and instrumentation including Color and Spectral Doppler evaluation. Prerequisite: Gynecologic Sonography, Small Parts Sonography I and II, Obstetrical 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester Sonography and Abdominal Sonography I and II. CLN
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UTEC 70: Abdominal Sonography III (1.3 )
This course is taught in modules corresponding to abdominal organs and compartments imaged in the abdomen. This course provides instruction in the Retroperitoneum, Peritoneum, Gastrointestinal, Abdominal Wall and Great Vessels. Each module includes: review of anatomy, physiology and pathology, clinical indications for sonography, sonographic appearances of normal and disease processes, along with instrumentation, technique and protocols. Prerequisite: Abdominal Sonography I and II LEC
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UTEC 71: Vascular Technology II (3 )
This course is taught in modules corresponding to selected sites in the vascular system. Each module includes review of: anatomy, physiology, pathology, and clinical indications for noninvasive vascular imaging and disease processes. Instrumentation, technique, and protocols are included. Prerequisite: Advanced Sonography Principles and Instrumentation II and Abdominal Sonography I, II and III. LEC
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UTEC 72: Clinical Internship III (5.8 )
Through supervised clinical experience in the ultrasound imaging department and perinatology department the students will gain knowledge and be required to demonstrate competence in gynecologic, obstetrical, small parts, abdominal and vascular clinical imaging and instrumentation including Color and Spectral Doppler evaluation. Prerequisite: Gynecologic Sonography, Small Parts I and II Sonography, Obstetrical 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester Sonography, Abdominal Sonography I, II, III and Vascular Technology. CLN
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UTEC 80: Senior Seminar and Review I (5 )
This course is designed to prepare the student for national board examinations administered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers in the field of ultrasound and vascular technology. The student will be responsible for "in class" review of ultrasound clinical procedures, including anatomy, physiology, disease processes and sonographic appearances, and sonography principles and instrumentation. In addition, the student will learn post graduate skills to enhance professional opportunities. Prerequisite: Gynecologic, Small Parts I and II, Obstetrical 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester, and Abdominal Sonography I, II and III, Clinical Internship I, II, III and IV and Introduction to Sonography Principles and Instrumentation I and Advanced Sonography Principles and Instrumentation II and Vascular Technology I and II. LEC
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UTEC 81: Clinical Internship IV (8.3 )
Through clinical supervised learning situations in a clinical ultrasound imaging department the student will gain knowledge and be required to demonstrate competence in noninvasive vascular imaging procedures and all aspects of instrumentation. Prerequisite: Gynecologic Sonography, Small Parts I and II Sonography, Obstetrical 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester Sonography, Abdominal Sonography I, II, III and Vascular Technology. CLN
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UTEC 90: Senior Seminar and Review II (3 )
This course is designed to prepare the student for national boards administered by the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers in the field of ultrasound and vascular technology. The student will be responsible for in class review of ultrasound clinical procedures, including anatomy, physiology, disease processes and sonographic appearances, ultrasound physics and instrumentation and vascular physics and instrumentation. In addition, the student will learn post graduate skills to enhance professional opportunities. Prerequisite: Gynecologic, Small Parts I and II, Obstetrical 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester, and Abdominal Sonography I, II and III, Clinical Internship I, II, III and IV and Ultrasound Physics and Instrumentation, Vascular Technology and Vascular Physics and Instrumentation and Senior Seminar and Review I. LEC
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UTEC 91: Clinical Internship V (4.7 )
Through clinical supervised learning situations in a clinical ultrasound imaging department the student will gain knowledge and be required to demonstrate competence in noninvasive vascular imaging procedures and all aspects of instrumentation. Prerequisite: Gynecologic Sonography, Small Parts I and II Sonography, Obstetrical 1st, 2nd & 3rd Trimester Sonography, Abdominal Sonography I, II, III and Vascular Technology. CLN
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