Medical terminology is the specific language used by professionals in the medical industry and for success in this field, understanding and communicating in the language is critical. Medical Terminology 201 is an advanced course for those with some experience or training (Medical Terminology 101 is not required but recommended).
The course will focus on the medical terms and concepts used to understand anatomy. Lessons are organized by body system. Each lesson begins with structures and functions of a system followed by pathology, diagnostic, and procedural terminology. This easy-to-read, compact format of our online classroom makes for quick learning.
Understanding medical terminology is vital for entry in a wide range of medical professions including those entering the medical coding or medical billing fields, those looking to improve or expand job opportunities in any health-care related career, those who are seeking careers in the hospital, insurance companies or government agencies, or those in the legal profession needing to understand medical information for exchange and interpretation. If you are interested in pursing a health and science career requiring the ability to communicate with physicians, dentists, or other medical professionals, this class will provide the necessary skills.
Medical Terminology 101 is not required though completion of this first course is highly recommended. This quick course contains 7 easy to read lessons which can be completed in one to two weeks.
Identify organs and structures of the integumentary system.
Identify and define associated word parts.
Build and analyze medical terms with word parts from Quick Medical Terminology 1.
Recognize and define terms used to describe the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of common integumentary issues.
Identify the organs and other structures of the respiratory system
Build and analyze medical terms with word parts
Define and spell the disease and disorder, diagnostic, surgical, and complementary terms for the respiratory system
Identify and describe the major organs and structures of the digestive tract
Define digestive related word parts
Build and analyze medical terms with word parts presented
Recognize and define terms related to the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of disorders of the digestive tract
Describe the heart in terms of chambers, valves, heartbeat, and blood supply
Identify and describe the three different types of blood vessels
Identify the major components of the blood
Know the difference between pulmonary and systemic circulation
Recognize and define common terms related to pathology, diagnosis and treatment procedures of the cardiovascular system
Identify and describe the major structures and functions of the muscular and skeletal systems.
Describe the different joint types.
Recognize and define terms related to muscle movements and identify several ways in which muscle are named.
Recognize and define terms related to the pathology, diagnosis and treatment related to the muscular and skeletal systems.
Describe the major structure and functions of the nervous system.
Identify the major divisions of the nervous system.
Recognize and define common pathologies and diagnostic and treatment procedures of the nervous system.
Describe the major functions of the urinary and reproductive systems.
Name and describe the structures of the urinary and reproductive systems.
Recognize and define terms related to the pathology, diagnosis, and treatment of common genitourinary issues.
Lesson 2- Respiratory System
Lesson 3- Digestive System
Lesson 4- Cardiovascular System
Lesson 5- Musculoskeletal System
Lesson 6- The Nervous System
Lesson 7- Genitourinary Systems
|Exam 1 Review - Integumentary System||29|
|Exam 2 Review - Respiratory System||29|
|Exam 3 Review - Digestive System||36|
|Exam 4 Review - Cardiovascular System||20|
|Exam 5 Review - Musculoskeletal System||20|
|Deciphering a Procedure Report||20|
|Exam 6 Review - Nervous System||20|
|Urinary System Procedures||15|
|Exam 7 Review - Genitourinary Systems||15|
|The Final Exam||49|
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