Català Castellano
DEGREE CURRICULUM
PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 2
Coordination:
GOMEZ ARBONES, XAVIER
Academic year 2019-20
DEGREE CURRICULUM: PHYSIOPATHOLOGY 2 2019-20

Subject's general information
Subject namePHYSIOPATHOLOGY 2
Code102707
Semester2nd Q(SEMESTER) CONTINUED EVALUATION
Typology
DegreeCourseCharacterModality
Double bachelor's degree: Degree Physiotherapy and Degree in Human Nutrition and Diethetics2COMMONAttendance-based
Double bachelor's degree: Degree in Physical Activity and Sports Sciences and Physiotherapy3COMMONAttendance-based
Bachelor's Degree in Physiotherapy2COMMONAttendance-based
Course number of credits (ECTS)6
Type of activity, credits, and groups
Activity typePRAULATEORIA
Number of credits33
Number of groups42
CoordinationGOMEZ ARBONES, XAVIER
DepartmentMEDICINE
LanguageCatalan/Spanish
Teaching staffE-mail addressesCredits taught by teacherOffice and hour of attention
BADIA CASTELLÓ, MARIAmaria.badia@medicina.udl.cat1,4
BOQUET ESTRUCH, DOLORSboquet@medicina.udl.cat2,4
BORDALBA GOMEZ, JUAN RAMONjrbordalba@cirurgia.udl.cat,6
ERITJA SÁNCHEZ, NÚRIAneritja@medicina.udl.cat6
GOMEZ ARBONES, XAVIERxga@medicina.udl.cat0
PALLISO FOLCH, FRANCESCfpalliso@cirurgia.udl.cat3
PIFARRE TEIXIDO, RICARDrpifarre@medicina.udl.cat1,1
PUJOL SABATE, MONTSERRATmontse.pujol@medicina.udl.cat2,4
SERRANO GODOY, MARCOSmserrano@medicina.udl.cat1,1
Learning objectives

- To know the pathophysiology of diseases, identifying the manifestations that appear throughout their process.

- Assess the functional state of the patient, considering the physical, psychological and social aspects

- To know, in general, the medical and surgical treatments of the diseases, fundamentally in their physiotherapy aspects.

- Know the surgical material

- To intervene in the acts of promotion, prevention and recovery of the health.

Significant competences

 

Specific competences of the Degree:

CE1 To know and understand the morphology, physiology, pathology and behavior of persons, healthy and ill, in the natural and social environment.

CE2 Know and understand the sciences, models, techniques and instruments on which the physiotherapy is founded, articulated and developed.

CE3 Understand physiotherapeutic methods, procedures and actions,

CE5 Assess the functional state of the patient, considering the physical, psychological and social aspects.

CE12 Act in the promotion, prevention, protection and recovery of health.

CE14 To carry out physiotherapeutic interventions

CE15 Understand the importance of updating the knowledge, abilities, skills and attitudes that integrate the professional competencies of the physiotherapist.

 

General skills of the Degree:

CG1 Communicate effectively and clearly, both orally and in writing, with the users of the healthcare system as well as with other professionals

CG2 Know how to work in professional teams

 

Transversal competences of the Degree:

CT1 Correction in the written and oral expression.

CT3 Domain of information and comunication techniques

CT4 Respect of the fundamental rights of persons. Promotion of Human Rights and the values ??of a culture of peace and democratic values.

 

For more detailed information, go to the catalan or spanish guides, please.

Subject contents

 

Medical Disorders of the Locomotive Apparatus. Rheumatology (Drake Boquet):

Diseases of the urinary tract (Dr. Bordalba, Dr. García).

Diseases of the Respiratory Apparatus (Dr Pifarré).

Basic vital support (Dra Bahía)

Geriatrics (Dr. Serrano)

Nervous System Diseases (Dra Pujol):

Surgical Disorders of the Locomotive Apparatus, Traumatology (Dr Pallisó):

 

For more detailed information, go to the catalan or spanish guides, please.

Methodology

The teaching methodology is aimed at the development of the student's learning through classes with the active participation of students, seminars, clinical cases and directed activities are also planned.

The classes will be supported withprojections of iconography and computer presentations.

Attendance at lectures is strongly recommended.

The non-attendance activity is managed through the Virtual Campus (CV) of the UdL.

Development plan

See the contents of the matter.

There are different groups, with teaching at Lleida or Igualada.

- Lleida, class days are Monday from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 p.m. with a large group of the whole class, and on Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, classes will be held with each of the three groups of the class from 3:00 p.m. to 5:30 PM. Classes are held at the Unitat Docent of the Hospital Universtari Arnau de Vilanova or at the Facultat d'Infermeria i Fisioteràpia (classes on geriatrics, nervous system and traumatology).

- Igualada, classes are Friday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Evaluation

 

- Continuous assessment (seminars, activities, tests): 25%

- Evaluation test (exam): 75%

See detailed information in Catalan guide

Bibliography

Books

-FARRERAS ROZMAN. MEDICINA INTERNA. Décimo Sexta Edición. ELSEVIER

-HARRISON: PRINCIPIOS DE MEDICINA INTERNA. 17ª Edición. McGrawHill

-LASO GUZMANFJ. Patología General. Introducción a la Medicina Clinica. Ed.Masson Barcelona  2004.

-MIQUEL FALGUERA. História Clinica: una guía práctica. Ed. Universitat de Lleida, 2000.

-LOPEZ DURAN l. Traumatología y Ortoopedia. Ed. Luzán, 3ª Edición. Madrid 1998

-LOPEZ ALONSO A. Fundamentos de Ortopedia y Traumatología. Ed. Masson, Madríd 1999

 

Journals and papers

 

During the course, additional information could be provided by each teacher of each of the modelues or parts.

 

Web references

-http:/wwwmedicine.com/specialties.htm

- Web de la Sociedad Española de Geriatría: http://www.segg.es/

-PUBMED

-MEDLINE

-La Biblioteca Cochrane Plus.

-Web de la Sociedad Española de Reumatología: http://www.ser.es/

-Web de la Socidedad Española de Traumatología y Ortopedia: http://www.secot.es

-Web de la Sociedad Española de Neurología: http://www.sen.es/

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