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FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES - PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATION
Course Information
Faculty: FACULTY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
Program: PHYSIOTHERAPY AND REHABILITATION
Level of Study: Under Graduate
Type of Education: 1. Öğretim
Course Title: CERRAHİ BİLİMLER
Course Code: FTR202
Offered Semester: 4
Theoretical: 2
Practical: 0
Laboratory: 0
Credits: 2.0
ECTS Credits: 2.0
Catalog Number: 3118
Course Type: Required
Language of Instruction: Turkish
Course Lecturer(s): Dr. Öğr. Üyesi GÖNÜL ERTUNÇ GÜLÇELİK
Course Objective: To give basic level theoretical information about common diseases in orthopedics, neurosurgery and obstetrics and gynecology and to teach basic information for the assessment and treatment of these diseases.
Course Description: Evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems in the hip joint, evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems in the knee joint, evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems in the ankle joint and foot, evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems in the spine, evaluation and treatment of orthopedic problems in the upper extremity, pregnancy physiology and obstetrics, incontinence, incontinence surgeries, cervical and lumbar disc hernias, head trauma and intracranial tumors, spinal traumas and spinal tumors, hydrocephalus, congenital and developmental central nervous system anomalies, upper abdominal surgery, open heart surgeries, lung surgeries, lower abdominal surgery, vascular surgery (CABG), vascular injuries, fistulas, aneurysmectomy, respiratory arrest (cardiac arrest and resuscitation), preoperative diagnosis methods and preparation for the operation, postop complications, postop risk factors and surgical infections
Course Materials: Principles of Neurosurgery. Ellenbogen, R.
Jinekoloji ve Obstetri El Kitabı. Hopkins, J.
Ortopedik Muayene. Prof. Dr. Mehmet Çakmak
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Assessment and Evaluation Methods: Midterm Exam and Final

ECTS

Activity 
Number 
Time (hours) 
Total (Workload) 
Midterm111
Final Exam111
Face-to-Face Education14228
Preparation for Midterm7214
Preparation for Final Exam7214
Total Work Load  58
Total Work Load/ 30 (s)  1.93
ECTS Credit of the Course  2.0

Course Learning Outcomes

Number 
Learning Outcome 
1To be able to define basic diseases in orthopedics, neurosurgery and obstetrics and gynecology.
2To be able to learn characteristics of main diseases in orthopedics, neurosurgery and obstetrics and gynecology.
3To have knowledge about the diagnostic evaluation for the disease in basic diseases in the field of orthopedics, neurosurgery and obstetrics and gynecology.
4To have knowledge about the treatment options for main diseases in orthopedics, neurosurgery and abstetrics and gynecology.
5To be able to comprehend the differences among main diseases in orthopedics, neurosurgery and obstetrics and gynecology.

Weekly Topics

Week 
Topic 
Preliminary 
Methodology 
1Evaluation and Treatment of Orthopedic Problems in the Hip Joint  
2Evaluation and Treatment of Orthopedic Problems in the Hip Joint  
3 Evaluation and Treatment of Orthopedic Problems in the Ankle Joint and Foot  
4 Evaluation and Treatment of Orthopedic Problems in the Spine  
5 Evaluation and Treatment of Orthopedic Problems in the Upper Extremity  
6Physiology of Pregnancy and Childbirth, Incontinence, Incontinence Surgeries  
7Overview  
8Midterms  
9Cervical and Lumbar Disc Hernias, Head Trauma and Intracranial Tumors, Spinal Traumas and Spinal Tumors, Hydrocephalus, Congenital and Developmental Central Nervous System Anomalies  
10Upper Abdominal Surgery, Open Heart Surgeries, Lung Surgeries, Lower Abdominal Surgery, Vacular Surgery (CABG), Vascular Injuries, Fistulas, Aneurysmectomy  
11 Respiratory arrest (cardiac arrest and resuscitation)  
12 Preop diagnostic methods and preparation of the patient for the operation  
13Postop complications, postop risk factors  
14 Surgical infections  
15 Overview  

Evaluation Method

Activity Name 
Number 
Contribution Margin 
Midterm140
Final Exam160

Course Lecturer(s)

Title 
Name 
Surname 
Web address 
Mail 
Task 
Prof DoctorFATİHKABAKAŞ fatihkabakas@gmail.comCourse Instructor

Contribution of the Course to Program Outcomes

Order 
Program Learning Outcomes 
Contribution 
1 
2 
3 
4 
5 
2It embraces personal development, information literacy and lifelong learning; contributes to quality improvement, training and promotion programs related to the field, and demonstrates its professional behavior at an international level.    X 
3Defines evidence-based practices and determines problem solving methods in cases requiring physiotherapy and rehabilitation, using relevant models and theories in health protection, development and care.    X 
4Using her professional knowledge, she carries out professional and academic studies independently and works as a team member and assumes responsibility in effective communication and cooperation with other professional groups working in this field.(dişil)    X 
5She has training and consultancy skills for the health education needs of the individual, family and society.  X  
6Takes initiatives to protect public health; contributes to the production of health policies suitable for the changing and diversifying needs of the society in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation.    X 
7Has up-to-date and effective communication skills.     X
8She has the ability to use health informatics technologies effectively, along with the ability to select and use modern tools, techniques and modalities required for Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation applications.   X 
9Performs literature searches on databases and information resources for health sciences; has the ability to access and use information, keeps records and prepares reports for quality service and research in the field of physiotherapy and rehabilitation; participates in all phases of research and project implementation.    X 
10Using at least one foreign language, he/she follows the information in his/her field and communicates and cooperates with his colleagues at an international level.     X
11With her contemporary and professional identity, she is a role model to her colleagues and an example to the society in which she lives.    X