Course code VeteP022

Credit points 6

Clinical Rotation I

Total Hours in Course

Date of course confirmation02.03.2016

Responsible UnitClinical Institute

Course developer

author Klīniskais institūts

Armands Vekšins

Dr. med. vet.

Prior knowledge

Vete2013, Anatomy of the Domestic Animals I

Vete2014, Anatomy of the Domestic Animals II

Vete2015, Anatomy of the Domestic Animals III

Vete4099, Small Animal Internal Medicine II

Vete4101, Radiology II

Vete4111, Clinical and Laboratory Diagnostics II

Vete6022, Physiology I

Vete6023, Physiology II

Vete6040, Internal Medicine, Herd Health III

Course abstract

Extramural practice. Students upgrade their knowledge’s and practical skills.

Learning outcomes and their assessment

Knowledges: about laboratorial tests and diagnostic imaging, most common diseases, etiology, pathogenesis and treatment. Assessment – medical report and oral presentation.
Skills: to do clinical examination and diagnostic imaging methods, set diagnosis and recommendations. Assessment – medical report and oral presentation.
Competence: select correct diagnostic tests and treatment, herd health evaluation. Assessment – medical report and oral presentation.

Course plan

Students can choose a practice place to certified veterinarians to acquire a new practical skills and knowledges. 6 weeks.

Requirements for awarding credit points

Two weeks after the practice students must submit three clinical case medical reports and one case to present.

Description of the organization and tasks of students’ independent work

Two weeks after the practice students must submit three clinical case medical reports and one case to present.

Criteria for Evaluating Learning Outcomes

To get a final grade students must fulfill all requirements for awarding credit points.

Compulsory reading

1. Nelson R.W., Couto Guillermo C. Small Animal Internal Medicine. Canada: Elsevier, 2014. 1473 p. 2. Anjou M., Penninck D., Atlas of Small animal ultrasonography. Singapore: Blackwele Publishing, 2008. 511 p. 3. Brūvers Z. Mājdzīvnieku anatomija: mācību grāmata. Rīga: Medicīnas apgāds, 2007. 783 lpp. 4. Dirksen G, Grunder H.-D., Grunert E., Stober M, Mack R., Clinical Examination of Cattle. Berlin, 1979. 453 p. 5. Ettinger J.S., Feldman E.C. Textbook of veterinary internal medicine. Vol 1. Canada: Saunders Elsevier 2010. 1983 p.

Further reading

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Periodicals and other sources

LLU Fundamentālās bibliotēkas datu bāzes.

Notes

Compulsory course of study program Veterinary medicine, 10th semester.