Rice University

Medical Terminology II

This course is part of Medical Terminology Specialization

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Laura S. Kabiri

Instructor: Laura S. Kabiri

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16 hours (approximately)
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Gain insight into a topic and learn the fundamentals

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16 hours (approximately)
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There are 6 modules in this course

This module is the introduction to the course that will cover hormones, blood, the heart, and the lungs.

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1 video3 readings1 discussion prompt

Welcome to the endocrine system module! This module will introduce you to medical terms related to glands and hormones. Following the SOAP note format, we will look at common complaints, tests, diagnoses, and treatments used in endocrinology. I hope you enjoy learning about medical terms related to the endocrine system.

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5 videos5 readings1 quiz2 discussion prompts5 plugins

Welcome to the blood and lymphatic system module. This module will introduce you to medical terms related to blood cells and immunity. Following the SOAP note format, we will look at common complaints, tests, diagnoses, and treatments used in hematology and immunology. Let's get started learning more specific terms about the blood and lymphatic systems. Enjoy!

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5 videos5 readings1 quiz2 discussion prompts5 plugins

Welcome to perhaps the most well-known system module of the whole specialization: the cardiovascular system. This module will introduce you to medical terms related to the heart and blood vessels. Following the SOAP note format, we will look at common complaints, tests, diagnoses, and treatments used in cardiology. So let's jump right into the cardiovascular system. This module has "heart"!

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5 videos5 readings1 quiz2 discussion prompts5 plugins

Welcome to another well-known system module: the respiratory system. This module will introduce you to medical terms related to the lungs. Following the SOAP note format, we will look at common complaints, tests, diagnoses, and treatments used in pulmonology. Have fun working your way through the respiratory system module. And keep breathing. It will help.

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5 videos5 readings1 quiz2 discussion prompts5 plugins

Congratulations on making to the final assessment module of this course! The exam will focus on the new module materials from this course: the endocrine system, blood and lymphatic systems, cardiovascular system, and respiratory system. However, you still have to know all the basic rules, roots, prefixes, and suffixes from the beginning of the specialization since they apply to these systems as well. Learning a language is cumulative like that! I'm confident you've got this. So breathe and believe...

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1 video1 reading1 quiz1 peer review2 discussion prompts

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Laura S. Kabiri
Rice University
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