HS111_Unit_Project_8_Templae_Oct2011
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HS111_Unit_Project_8_Templae_Oct2011

Course Number: MEDICAL AS 111, Spring 2013

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Project 8: Final Amanda Jacobson Kaplan University HS111-__ (section #) Medical Terminology Professor Terry Bond Due Date HS111 Medical Terminology Project 8-CLA Directions: In this final project you will complete two parts that will use the same scenario which are (3) medical reports of a patient. Follow the instructions and review the (3) medical records below. When you are complete, submit your work to the...

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8: Project Final Amanda Jacobson Kaplan University HS111-__ (section #) Medical Terminology Professor Terry Bond Due Date HS111 Medical Terminology Project 8-CLA Directions: In this final project you will complete two parts that will use the same scenario which are (3) medical reports of a patient. Follow the instructions and review the (3) medical records below. When you are complete, submit your work to the Dropbox. In Part 1of 2 Final Project: Belowyouwillfindamedicalscenariothatincludes(3)medicalrecordstoreadandamedicalwordchart. Please identify 15 medical terms that would be unfamiliar to a layman or non-medical person and place these terms in the chart below. Analyze Medical Terms by the Prefix, Word Roots, and Suffixes Provide the Singular and Plural Form of each Medical Term lary/nx Larynx (s) Provide a Short Definition of the Medical Term (1) Technical (2) Layman 1. The larynx is the Provide Word Building from the Word Root found in the First Column Laryngitis Larynges (p) Parkinson Disease Parkinson Disease 2. 1. 2. fungus Fungus (s) Fungi (p) 1. 2. organ of voice that is part of the upper air passage connecting to the pharynx. The voice box Laryngectomy Laryngotracheobronchitis A slowly progressive degenerative neurology disorder A disease that causes tremors and shuffling walk. Parkinson Disease A eukaryotic, thallusforming organism that feeds by absorbing organism molecules from its surroundings. Ringworm and athletes foot is caused by fungus Fungicide Fungistatic Fungal septicemia Chart Example Only: A B C D For each identified term: a. In the first column; identify the prefix, suffix and word root where appropriate. b. Please provide a singular and plural form for the selected medical terms, if the term changes form. Example: Larynx: This is the singular form of the term: Larynges is the plural form Parkinson Disease: no additional information needed Laser: No additional information needed This is an acronym c. Provide both a technical definition, as if you were speaking to a health care professional and a consumer definition, as if you were speaking to a patient or nonmedical person. Example: Larynx 1. The larynx is the organ of voice that is part of the upper air passage connecting to the pharynx. 2. The voice box d. For each term, use the word root to build two related terms. Example: larynx: word root is laryng/o Laryngitis Laryngectomy Laryngotracheobronchitis In Part 2 of 2 Final Project: Prepare a 500 word or more "script" for a health care professional to use when explaining to the patient his condition and the proposed procedures. Use the scenario provided below to write your script any other medical scenario will not be accepted. You will need to research procedures and treatment for this patient to fully explain in laymans terms. Cite all author references to the last page of this template using APA format. Medical Scenario Begin (3 medical Reports) MEDICAL SCENARIO FOR PARTS 1 & 2 FINAL PROJECT Assignment Reading: 1. AMBULATORY CARE FACE SHEET Admit Date: 7/8/20XX @ 20:22 Discharge Date/Time: 7/9/20XX @ 10:10 Sex: M Age: 47 Disposition: Home Admitting Diagnosis: Possible torn meniscus of the left knee. Discharge Diagnosis: Left Knee meniscectomy. Procedures: Laparoscopic Surgery to the Left Knee. CONSULTATION Date of Consultation: 7/8/20XX This is a 47-year-old male who was in his usual state of health until today entered the Emergency Room with severe pain to his left knee and equal amount of edema within the patellar area. This occurred after the patient fell at an angle on the left knee during a game of football with friends. The patient was evaluated with L-Knee Radiograph and Magnetic Radiograph Imaging (MRI) for soft-tissue films. The L-Knee X-Ray revealed no fractures to the Patella, Femur, Tibia, or Fibula. The MRI revealed a large tear surrounding the meniscus of the left knee. The patient was treated with a left knee splint and crutches with a prescription for Mobic 15mg daily and Tramadol/APAP 37.5 mg every 4-6 hours for pain. The patient was referred to Orthopedics for surgical repair. He has no past history of tobacco abuse, previous fractures, or surgeries. 2. Past Medical History: Allergies: No known drug allergies. Medications: None. Surgeries: None Medical History: History of Chronic Otitis Externa Family History: Noncontributory. Review of Systems: No medical abnormalities. Physical Examination: Vital Signs: BP 130/80, P 92, T 98.5 General: This is a well-developed and well-nourished anxious black male in mild distress. Head and neck are normocephalic and the moropharynx is clear. The left knee shows 5+ edema and patient is unable to bend at knee joint connection. The patients left leg is not weight bearing and the pain level continues to be a 6 to 7 on the pain scale. The patient is using crutches and wheelchair for mobility. All other musculoskeletal joints are with free range of motion. Neurologic with no focal deficits. Impression: Inpatient laparoscopic surgery for total left knee meniscectomy. Local anesthetic total block of the patellar region. 3. OPERATIVE REPORT Date of Procedure: 7/8/20XX Procedure: Laparoscopic Meniscectomy of Left Knee Preoperative Medication: Demerol 50 mg IV, Robinal 3 mg IV, Xylocaine with 1% Epinephrine Preoperative Diagnosis: 1. Total Left Knee Meniscus Tear. Postoperative Diagnosis: Laparoscopic Meniscectomy of Left Knee Clinical Note: This is a 47-year-old black male with a total meniscus tear of the left knee caused by a causal game of tag football. The patient felt a pop after falling on the left knee at an angle causing severe pain and edema. The patient was taken to the emergency room for x-rays of the left leg and MRI to the left patellar region. He was referred to the othropedics clinic for laparoscopic surgery to the left knee meniscus. Findings: After obtaining informed consent, he was premedicated with Demerol, Robinal, Xylocaine with 1% Epinephrine without any complications. The patients left knee was laparoscoped in the meniscus and the anterolateral and anteromedial parapatellar portholes. The synovium in the suprapatellar pouch showed moderate to severe inflammatory changes with villi formation and hyperemia. Similar changes were noted in the intercondylar groove. The patient tolerated the procedure well, and his post-procedure vital signs are stable. Recommendations: 1. Clear liquids for 24 hours. 2. Follow-up in the office in 2 days. Begin Medical Word Chart Below Part 1 o2 Final Project: Medical Word Chart ProvidetheSingular ProvideaShort AnalyzeMedical andPluralFormof Definitionofthe eachMedicalTerm MedicalTerm(1) ProvideWord TermsbythePrefix, Buildingfromthe WordRoots,and Technical(2) WordRootfoundin Suffixes Layman theFirstColumn Card/i/ology Example Only 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Cardiology (s) Cardiologies (pl) 1. The study of cardiac system including the cardiovascular system. 2. Having problems with the heart muscle and would like to perform tests to find out exactly what is going on. Cardiac Pericardial Cardiography Cardiopulmonary Part 2 o2 Final Project: Medical Script: Prepare a 500 word or more "script" for a health care professional to use when explaining to the patient his condition and the proposed procedures. (Begin your script below and include any and all references using proper APA format) Use Kaplan University APA 101 document for examples. Hint: The script should discuss the reports above in the assignment reading explaining the condition and proposed procedures in laymens terms) Reference

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