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OFFICE: JW 159A PHONE: 517 796 8557 Email: [email protected]: MOA 141(2.0) , MOA 120 (2.5), pre / co-requisite MOA 111 (2.5)Course Description: MOA 211 focuses on clinical practical skill development and understanding assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. Emphasis is placed on skills used by a Medical Assistant when assisting licensed health care professionals in an ambulatory care setting such as a physician’s office or clinic. Skills taught include: OSHA Universal Standards review and practice of asepsis, cardiology and performing an EKG, specimen collection for analysis and culture (blood, urine, throat, other) microscopy, medical lab procedures, administration of medications, TB testing, respiratory therapy. Diseases, relevant anatomy, physiology, and medical documentation will be taught associated with each of these techniques. Assisting with medical specialty exams, treatments, and patient teaching will also be covered including: obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, and urology.General Course Objectives: Upon Completion of this course the students will:White or blue lab coat or jacket or scrub jacketWhite uniform slacks or skirtBlue blouse or shirt, knit top, scrub top, or turtleneck topWhite clinic shoes (no canvas sneakers)Grading ScaleUnit II. EKG (ECG) Electrocardiography and Cardiovascular DiseaseA. The role of the Medical Assistant in the Physician’s clinical laboratory.1. Blood collection, lab testing, documentation2. Types and Purpose of the physician’s office laboratory3. Safety in the Laboratory – OSHA4. Quality Assurance Programs – CLIA 1988a. Levelsb. quality control maintenancec. proficiency testingd. continuing educatione. Laboratory Requests Forms – orders, reports5. Communication with the patient, hospitals, doctors6. documentationB. Collecting Processing and Testing Blood Specimens1. Functions and composition of blooda. cellsb. plasma2. Collecting Specimensa. reading and interpreting the lab orderb. equipment and suppliesc. preparation of the patient for blood collectiond. drawing blood1. syringe method2. vacuutainer method3. butterfly method4. capillary puncturea. finger stickb. heal or toe stick3. Responding to patient needsa. fear, pain, scars, serious diagnosisb. fear of contracting diseasec. childrend. elderlye. emergencies, adverse reactions4. Common Blood testsa. Use of the Microscopeb. Complete blood count – cells - Hematologyc. Plasma/serum – Chemical levels :glucose , cholesterol, HDL, LDL, Liver Profile, Thyroid studies,Bonewit : Chapter 8Estes: Chapter 19, 22MOA 211 MEDICAL ASSISTANT TECHNIQUES II Thursday 9:00-12:00, lunch, 12:30-2:25, JW 159INSTRUCTOR: JEAN TANNIS DENNERLL, B.S., CMAOFFICE: JW 159A PHONE: 517 796 8557 Email: [email protected]: MOA 141(2.0) , MOA 120 (2.5), pre / co-requisite MOA 111 (2.5)Course Description: MOA 211 focuses on clinical practical skill development and understanding assessment, diagnosis, and treatment. Emphasis is placed on skills used by a Medical Assistant when assisting licensed health care professionals in an ambulatory care setting such as a physician’s office or clinic. Skills taught include: OSHA Universal Standards review and practice of asepsis, cardiology and performing an EKG, specimen collection for analysis and culture (blood, urine, throat, other) microscopy, medical lab procedures, administration of medications, TB testing, respiratory therapy. Diseases, relevant anatomy, physiology, and medical documentation will be taught associated with each of these techniques. Assisting with medical specialty exams, treatments, and patient teaching will also be covered including: obstetrics, gynecology, pediatrics, and urology.Required Textbooks: Bonewit-West, Kathy. Clinical Procedures for Medical Assistants 6 th Edition. Saunders 2004. Bonewit-West. Clinical Competency Workbook to Accompany Clinical Procedures for Medical Assistants 6 th Edition. Saunders 2004. Estes. Health Assessment and Physical Examination 2 nd Edition . Delmar. 2002Other learning materials: Medical DictionaryThompson Delmar Learning’s Skills and Procedures for Medical Assistants. DVD Program 2005.Thibideau/Patton. Human Body in Health and Disease. Mosby. or other A&P book.American Association of Medical Assistants. CMA Magazine. www.AAMA-ntl.orgJournal of the American Medical Association ( JAMA)Smith/Davis/Dennerll. Medical Terminology: A Programmed Text . DelmarGarza, Becan-McBride. Phlebotomy Handbook, 3 rd Edition. Appleton/Lange. 1992.Heller, Krebs. Clinical Handbook for Health Care Professionals. Delmar. 1997Anderson et al.. Electrophysiology of the Heart CD ROM. Andromeda Medical Science. 1999Bennet et al. Cecil’s Textbook of Medicine 20 th Edition. Saunders. 1998Branch, Carolyn. Office Practice of Medicine 3rd Edition. Saunders. 1999Seidel et al. Mosby’s Guide to Physical Examination 4th Edition. Mosby. 1999Rakel. Textbook of Family Practice. Saunders. 19951General Course Objectives: Upon Completion of this course the students will:-Demonstrate knowledge of structure and function of the circulatory, respiratory, male and female reproductive, and urinary systems and appropriate medical terminology as they relate to diagnostic examinations and clinical procedures; -List the steps to performing and rationale for clinical medical assistant procedures including: specimen collection, medication administration, EKG, and medical diagnostic (lab) procedures.-Demonstrate proficiency in performing EKG, medication administration procedures, medical laboratory testing, and patient teaching in student simulations with team members. Give instruction to the patient as appropriate considering any special needs including disabilities, or cultural preferences, Accurately document patient care. ADO 9-Demonstrate knowledge of and explain rationale for legal and ethical concerns related to performance of clinical medical assisting including OSHA standards, CLIA laws, mandatory reporting procedures, HIPAA, and patient education and documentation. -Research, write, and present a 6-8 page paper on a disease, health concern, medical treatment, and or medical community resources and share with the class via oral and/or PowerPoint presentation. ADO 1-Demonstrate professionalism by presenting a professional appearance in uniform and exhibiting professional behavior and attitude in class and during patient simulations. ADO 9Course outcomes assessment and


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