NURS 1103 or HLSC 2613

711 views

Published on

0 Comments
0 Likes
Statistics
Notes
  • Be the first to comment

  • Be the first to like this

No Downloads
Views
Total views
711
On SlideShare
0
From Embeds
0
Number of Embeds
1
Actions
Shares
0
Downloads
14
Comments
0
Likes
0
Embeds 0
No embeds

No notes for slide

NURS 1103 or HLSC 2613

  1. 1. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University NURS 1103 or HLSC 2613NURS 1103 or HLSC 2613 MedicalMedical TerminologyTerminology HLSC 2613HLSC 2613
  2. 2. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University WelcomeWelcome Course FacultyCourse Faculty Linda D. AndrewsLinda D. Andrews
  3. 3. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University How do I contact my Instructor?How do I contact my Instructor? Prof. Andrews 343-7642Prof. Andrews 343-7642 leave message, state you are aleave message, state you are a medical terminology student andmedical terminology student and phone numberphone number Office Hours:Office Hours: Mondays and Tuesdays8 -11Mondays and Tuesdays8 -11 Wednesdays 8-9 and 11-12Wednesdays 8-9 and 11-12 Thursdays 8-10Thursdays 8-10
  4. 4. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Main Objective:Main Objective: Learn Medical TerminologyLearn Medical Terminology New students to MedicalNew students to Medical Terminology often bewilderedTerminology often bewildered by strange spelling andby strange spelling and pronunciation.pronunciation. Approximately 75% of MedicalApproximately 75% of Medical Terms are based on eitherTerms are based on either Greek or LatinGreek or Latin
  5. 5. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Medical TerminologyMedical Terminology MispronunciationsMispronunciations ArteryArtery - The study of fine paintings.- The study of fine paintings. BariumBarium - What you do when CPR fails.- What you do when CPR fails. BenignBenign - What you are after you be eight.- What you are after you be eight. ComaComa - A punctuation mark.- A punctuation mark. MorbidMorbid - A higher offer.- A higher offer. UrineUrine - opposite of you’re out.- opposite of you’re out. TabletTablet - A small table.- A small table.
  6. 6. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Course DescriptionCourse Description AA studystudy ofof physiological systemsphysiological systems approach toapproach to provide principles of medicalprovide principles of medical word buildingword building.. Provides medical vocabulary includingProvides medical vocabulary including anatomy, physiology, systems, diagnosticanatomy, physiology, systems, diagnostic testing and pharmacologytesting and pharmacology. This course is. This course is appropriate for health science students suchappropriate for health science students such as nursing, dental hygiene, paramedics, andas nursing, dental hygiene, paramedics, and physical therapy assisting; as well as courtphysical therapy assisting; as well as court reporting and medical transcriptionistreporting and medical transcriptionist students.students.
  7. 7. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Course ObjectivesCourse Objectives Apply basic principles of medical wordApply basic principles of medical word building.building. Correctly pronounce medical terms.Correctly pronounce medical terms. Define common medical terms.Define common medical terms. Relate common medical terms toRelate common medical terms to humanhuman anatomy and physiology; common diseaseanatomy and physiology; common disease states, pharmacological categories andstates, pharmacological categories and diagnostic testsdiagnostic tests.. Identify the medical terminology in medicalIdentify the medical terminology in medical record reports.record reports.
  8. 8. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University 16 Lessons16 Lessons 1.1. Basic Elements of a Medical WordBasic Elements of a Medical Word 2.2. Suffixes: Surgical, Diagnostic, etcSuffixes: Surgical, Diagnostic, etc 3.3. Suffixes: Adjective, Noun,Suffixes: Adjective, Noun, DiminutiveDiminutive 4.4. PrefixesPrefixes 5.5. Body StructureBody Structure 6.6. Integumentary SystemIntegumentary System 7.7. Gastrointestinal SystemGastrointestinal System
  9. 9. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Lessons, continuedLessons, continued 8.8. Respiratory SystemRespiratory System 9.9. Cardiovascular SystemCardiovascular System 10.10. Blood, Lymph, and ImmuneBlood, Lymph, and Immune SystemsSystems 11.11. Musculoskeletal SystemMusculoskeletal System 12.12. Genitourinary SystemGenitourinary System 13.13. Female Reproductive SystemFemale Reproductive System 14.14. Endocrine SystemEndocrine System
  10. 10. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Lessons, continuedLessons, continued 15.15. Nervous SystemNervous System 16.16. Special SensesSpecial Senses
  11. 11. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University A Busy Course!A Busy Course! Are you feeling likeAre you feeling like a lot of informationa lot of information is about to comeis about to come your way?your way? The answer isThe answer is YES.YES.
  12. 12. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Course PracticesCourse Practices Student Agreement ofStudent Agreement of UnderstandingUnderstanding Consultations withConsultations with FacultyFaculty AttendanceAttendance Testing ProceduresTesting Procedures HomeworkHomework Progress ReportsProgress Reports
  13. 13. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Required Textbook and MaterialsRequired Textbook and Materials ““Medical Terminology: AMedical Terminology: A Systems Approach”. 4th Ed.Systems Approach”. 4th Ed. Gylys and WeddingGylys and Wedding ““Medical TerminologyMedical Terminology Syllabus” by LindaSyllabus” by Linda Andrews,Andrews, Four RED ScantronsFour RED Scantrons
  14. 14. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Optional Reference BookOptional Reference Book Mosby’s Medical,Mosby’s Medical, Nursing, and AlliedNursing, and Allied Health DictionaryHealth Dictionary
  15. 15. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Methods of Evaluation StudentMethods of Evaluation Student ProgressProgress four examsfour exams 100100 points eachpoints each HomeworkHomework 100100 pointspoints Total pointsTotal points 500 points500 points
  16. 16. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University How is my grade determined?How is my grade determined? 500500 points possiblepoints possible 460-500 - A460-500 - A 415-459 - B415-459 - B 370-414 - C370-414 - C 325-369 - D325-369 - D All Exams in Multiple ChoiceAll Exams in Multiple Choice
  17. 17. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Exams and HomeworkExams and Homework Exam #1- February 5Exam #1- February 5 Exam #2- March 5Exam #2- March 5 Exam #3 - April 9Exam #3 - April 9 FinalFinal - May 7- May 7
  18. 18. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University How Will I Find Out My Grade?How Will I Find Out My Grade? Exam results will beExam results will be available following eachavailable following each exam.exam. Each student shouldEach student should keep track of earnedkeep track of earned pointspoints An interim grade will beAn interim grade will be included on the gradeincluded on the grade reportreport
  19. 19. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Tips for SuccessTips for Success Attend EACH classAttend EACH class Call if information unclearCall if information unclear Take the exam on scheduleTake the exam on schedule Complete homework beforeComplete homework before classclass Study ahead for each classStudy ahead for each class
  20. 20. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Now, lets beginNow, lets begin Chapter 1Chapter 1 Basic Elements of Medical WordBasic Elements of Medical Word
  21. 21. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Medical Dictionary UseMedical Dictionary Use Look Up Unfamiliar Terms
  22. 22. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Word Roots (WR)Word Roots (WR) Usually derived form Greek or LatinUsually derived form Greek or Latin Frequently indicates a body partFrequently indicates a body part Most medical terms have one or moreMost medical terms have one or more word rootsword roots
  23. 23. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Examples of Word RoodsExamples of Word Roods Greek Word Word Root Kardia (heart) Cardi Gaster (stomach) Gastr Hepar (liver) Hepat Nephros (kidney) Nephr Osteon (bone) oste
  24. 24. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Combining Form (CF) is a Word RootCombining Form (CF) is a Word Root (WR) plus a vowel, usually an “o”(WR) plus a vowel, usually an “o” Usually indicates a body partUsually indicates a body part Combining Forms (CF)Combining Forms (CF)
  25. 25. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Combining Forms ExamplesCombining Forms Examples Cardi/ + o = cardi/oCardi/ + o = cardi/o heartheart gastr/ + o = gastr/ogastr/ + o = gastr/o stomachstomach hepat/ + o = hepat/ohepat/ + o = hepat/o liverliver nephr/ + o = nephr/onephr/ + o = nephr/o kidneykidney oste/ + o = oste/ooste/ + o = oste/o bonebone
  26. 26. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University SuffixesSuffixes Word EndingWord Ending Suffix usually indicates a procedure,Suffix usually indicates a procedure, condition, disease, or part of speechcondition, disease, or part of speech Usually derived from Greek or LatinUsually derived from Greek or Latin
  27. 27. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Examples of SuffixExamples of Suffix Arthr/oArthr/o-centesis-centesis ArthrocentesisArthrocentesis jointjoint puncture puncture of a jointpuncture puncture of a joint throac/o -tomy Thoracotomythroac/o -tomy Thoracotomy chest incision incision of the chestchest incision incision of the chest gastr/o -megaly Gastromegalygastr/o -megaly Gastromegaly stomach enlargement enlargement of thestomach enlargement enlargement of the stomachstomach
  28. 28. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University PrefixesPrefixes Word element located at the beginningWord element located at the beginning of a wordof a word Changes the meaning of the wordChanges the meaning of the word Usually indicates a number, time,Usually indicates a number, time, position, direction, color, or sense ofposition, direction, color, or sense of negationnegation
  29. 29. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Examples of PrefixExamples of Prefix A- mast -iaA- mast -ia without breast conditionwithout breast condition hyper- therm -iahyper- therm -ia excessive heat conditionexcessive heat condition intra- muscul -arintra- muscul -ar in muscle relating toin muscle relating to
  30. 30. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Basic Rule OneBasic Rule One A WR (word root) is used before aA WR (word root) is used before a suffix that begins with a vowel.suffix that begins with a vowel. Scler/ + osis = sclerosisScler/ + osis = sclerosis
  31. 31. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Basic Rule TwoBasic Rule Two A combining vowel is used to link aA combining vowel is used to link a WR to a suffix that begins with aWR to a suffix that begins with a consonant and to link a WR to anotherconsonant and to link a WR to another WR to form a compound wordWR to form a compound word colon/o + scope = colonscopecolon/o + scope = colonscope osteo/ o/ chondr/ itis =osteo/ o/ chondr/ itis = osteochondritisosteochondritis
  32. 32. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Defining Medical WordsDefining Medical Words First, define the suffix or endingFirst, define the suffix or ending Second, define the prefix, or beginningSecond, define the prefix, or beginning Third, define the middleThird, define the middle
  33. 33. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University Pronunciation GuidelinesPronunciation Guidelines Ae and oeAe and oe c and gc and g e and ese and es chch II pnpn psps
  34. 34. Health Sciences Department, Rogers State University End of Chapter OneEnd of Chapter One

×