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2006-2008 Undergraduate Studies Northwest Campus Bulletin: Undergraduate Course Descriptions

 

 

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AHLT C102 Phlebotomy Seminar Topics (2 cr.)
Basic concepts and skills in health care delivery, organization, and policy; topics in professionalism, ethics, and quality assurance; discussion of career opportunities; overview of current trends and issues. Phlebotomy Handbook and Clinical Education orientation. (Spring)

AHLT C121 Clinical Techniques and Principles (3 cr.)
Introduction to laboratory analyses and instrumentation, including techniques for clinical analyses. Focuses on quality control and analytical principles utilized in the determination of various biochemical constituents. Lab included. (Fall)

AHLT C122 Clinical Chemistry (4 cr.)
Introduction to clinical chemistry and basic laboratory methods. Fundamentals of primary constituents, their significance in health and disease, and procedures for their determinations. Emphasis is on general methods for clinical analyses. Lab included. (Fall)

AHLT C131 Hematology (4 cr.)
Introduction to blood characteristics and hematological disorders and diseases. Emphasis on the complete blood count and study of normal and abnormal blood cells. Overview of various methodologies and corresponding quality control procedures. Theory of blood coagulation and related procedures. Lab included. (Spring)

AHLT C140 Immunohematology (4 cr.)
Introduction to principles of immunology of blood cell antigens and antibody formation and reaction. Focuses on blood grouping, Rh typing, detection of irregular antibodies in human serum, and compatibility testing. Blood group systems and blood components are discussed. Lab included. (Fall)

AHLT C141 Clinical Immunoserology (4 cr.)
Introduction to principles of immunology at the level of antibody formation and reaction. Lecture also focuses on diseases of the immune system and various analytical principles. Viruses are also included. Laboratory focus is on serological testing used to detect abnormalities present because of antigen-antibody interaction. Lab included. (Spring)

AHLT C142 Introduction to Phlebotomy (3 cr.)
Introduction to basic phlebotomy techniques, including venipuncture, skin puncture, and arterial puncture. Topics include specimen requirements, patient contact recommendations, isolation procedures, quality assurance, and laboratory safety. Lab included. (Spring)

AHLT C143 Phlebotomy Practicum (3 cr.)
Clinical practicum experience in phlebotomy and specimen processing is spent in local clinical affiliate. Students perform venipuncture and skin puncture techniques on outpatients and inpatients. Students are responsible for their own transportation to the clinical affiliate. (Summer, 4 weeks)

AHLT C150 Body Structure and Function (3 cr.)
An introduction to the basic structures and functions of the human body, fundamental anatomic terminology, and relationships of clinical laboratory to diagnosis. (Fall, Spring)

AHLT C151 Clinical Microbiology (4 cr.)
Topics focus on basic clinical bacteriology, processes of identification and susceptibility testing. Lab included. (Fall)

AHLT C152 Clinical Parasitology and Mycology (3 cr.)
Emphasis is placed on medical mycology and parasitology and pathological organisms encountered as clinical disease agents. Lab included. (Summer I)

AHLT C161 Body Fluids (3 cr.)
General renal physiology and urine formation is discussed. Emphasis is on the routine urinalysis and its role in the early detection of disease. Fundamentals of other body fluids are discussed. Labs include physical, chemical, and microscopic examinations of urine and spinal fluids. Lab included. (Summer I)

AHLT C180 Introduction to the Clinical Laboratory (3 cr.)
A survey of the practical aspects of laboratory testing. Lectures and labs acquaint students with techniques, equipment, and instruments common to the medical laboratory. Includes phlebotomy basics and techniques. Lab included. (Fall)

AHLT C181 Clinical Education I(3 cr.)
Clinical application of laboratory techniques in all phases of laboratory testing. Procedures performed in each department of the medical laboratory under the direct supervision of a registered technologist. Proficiency levels established. (Summer II)

AHLT C182 Clinical Education II(4 cr.)
P: AHLT C181. Clinical application of laboratory techniques in all phases of laboratory testing. Procedures performed in each department of the medical laboratory under the direct supervision of a registered technologist. Proficiency levels established. (Spring)

AHLT F105 Pharmacology for Respiratory Practitioners (2 cr.)
Brief history of pharmacology with a study of drugs affecting primarily the respiratory, circulatory, nervous, and renal systems. Specific categories of drugs discussed include mucokinetics, bronchodilators, central nervous system stimulants and depressants, antiarrhythmics, anticoagulants, diuretics and antihypertensives, electrolytes, corticosteroids, antihistamines, and antibiotics. (Fall)

AHLT F181 Clinical Education I(3 cr.)
P: AHLT F105, AHLT F205, AHLT 270, AHLT F271, AHLT F272. Concurrent enrollment in spring courses. Practical experience conducted at a hospital affiliated with the respiratory therapy program under the direct supervision of a registered respiratory therapist instructor for approximately 16 hours per week. Emphasis is on providing respiratory care to non-critically ill patients. (Spring)

AHLT F182 Clinical Education II(6 cr.)
P: AHLT F181, AHLT F202, AHLT F253, AHLT F273. Practical experience conducted at hospitals affiliated with the Respiratory Therapy Program under the direct supervision of a registered respiratory therapist instructor for 24 hours per week. Emphasis is on time management and prioritizing respiratory care to non-critically ill patients, followed by an introduction to critical care respiratory therapy. (Summer)

AHLT F202 Respiratory Care II(3 cr.)
P: AHLT F105, AHLT F205, AHLT F270, AHLT F271, AHLT F272. Lecture and laboratory course that studies the application of various forms of medication, aerosol therapy, hyperinflation therapy, and special procedures used in the practice of respiratory care. Indications and use of non-invasive monitors. Detailed study of lung segments and the use of various airway clearance techniques. Humidity therapy, including sputum induction and analysis. Rationale and application of pulmonary rehabilitation and alternative care facilities. (Spring)

AHLT F205 Respiratory Care I(3 cr.)
Lecture and laboratory course providing an introduction to respiratory care and governing agencies. There is an emphasis on professionalism, ethics, physical science principles, cardiopulmonary anatomy and physiology, patient care, and concepts of illness. (Fall)


AHLT F253 Diagnostic Testing and Monitoring (5 cr.)
P: AHLT F105, AHLT F205, AHLT F270, AHLT F271, AHLT F272. Lecture and laboratory course providing a comprehensive study of blood gas analysis, cardiac and cardiovascular monitoring, lung function studies, and application of these diagnostic procedures to patient management. (Spring)

AHLT F270 Gas Therapy (2 cr.)
Lecture and laboratory course that examines the rationale, indications, hazards, and safe administration of oxygen therapy and various medical gas therapies. Theory and application and regulation of gas flow, cylinders, regulators, and flowmeters. Patient isolation techniques and sterilization of respiratory therapy equipment. The indications and use of pulse oximetry and oxygen analyzers. (Fall)

AHLT F271 Resuscitation and Airway Management (1 cr.)
Lecture and laboratory course which studies the indications and hazards of artificial airways, emergency airway care, and life-support techniques in respiratory and cardiac failure. The study includes theory, demonstration, and practical application. (Fall)

AHLT F272 Cardiopulmonary Pathophysiology (3 cr.)
This course studies the etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of cardiac and pulmonary pathophysiologies applicable to the practice of respiratory care. This includes the ability to analyze diagnostic data in the diagnosis and treatment of the different disease processes. (Fall)

AHLT F273 Principles and Management of Ventilators (4 cr.)
P: AHLT F105, AHLT F205, AHLT F270, AHLT F271, AHLT F272. Lecture and laboratory course providing in-depth study of the operational principles, application, physiologic effects, and management of ventilators. Emphasis is placed on the appropriate management of patients requiring mechanical ventilation. (Spring)

AHLT F274 Neonatal and Pediatric Respiratory Care (3 cr.)
P: AHLT F181, AHLT F202, AHLT F253, AHLT F273, AHLT F182. A lecture and laboratory course providing an in-depth study of neonatal and pediatric anatomy and physiology. Emphasis on care of the newborn and treatment procedures of newborns and pediatric patients with cardiopulmonary disorders. (Fall)

AHLT F275 Comprehensive Clinical Education III (8 cr.)
P: AHLT F181, AHLT F202, AHLT F253, AHLT F273, AHLT F182. Concurrent enrollment in fall courses. Practical experience conducted at hospitals affiliated with the Respiratory Therapy Program under the direct supervision of a registered respiratory therapist instructor for 32 hours per week. Emphasis is on critical care therapy, neonatal critical care, and providing exposure to specialty areas in the field of respiratory care. (Fall)

AHLT F276 Case Studies and Projects in Respiratory Care (1 cr.)
P: AHLT F181, AHLT F202, AHLT F253, AHLT F273, AHLT F182. Projects in Respiratory Care emphasizing community service projects. Prepares students to take NBRC Board Examinations through discussion, audiotapes, computer software and mock RRT and clinical simulation examinations. (Fall)

AHLT J205 Topical Anatomy and Medical Imaging (2 cr.)
P: R102,R181. Procedure for imaging human structure and their relevance to radiation therapy; topographical anatomy and cross sectional anatomy. Identification of anatomic structures as demonstrated through various imaging modalities.

AHLT J301 Orientation to Radiation Oncology (4 cr.)
P: R.T.(R) or AHLT R100. An overview of radiation oncology and the role of the radiation therapist. Presentation will orient students to the physical and biological basis of radiation oncology equipment, procedures, tumor pathology, and patient interaction.

AHLT 302 Radiation Oncology Techniques (3 cr.)
P: R.T.(R) or AHLT R100, J301 and J350. Technical provides the student therapist with the technical aspects of radiation therapy. Discussion will include modalities of treatment and the distinctive properties of each patient setup consideration. This will also include basic hand calculations.

AHLT J303 Clinical Oncology I(3 cr.)
P: AHLT R100 and AHLT J301. This course will provide the student with the fundamentals of clinical radiation oncology. Malignant conditions, their etiology, and methods of treatment are discussed. Attention is given to patient prognosis, treatment results and the effects of combined therapies.

AHLT J304 Radiation Oncology Patient Care (2 cr.)
P: R.T.(R) or AHLT R100. Concepts of radiation oncology patient care, including considerations of patients’ physical and psychological condition. Factors influencing patients’ general health during and following a course of radiation therapy treatments will be identified.

AHLT J305 Clinical Dosimetry I(3 cr.)
Concepts of clinical dosimetry and treatment planning. Delivery methods, to include single- and multiple-beam techniques, are discussed. Tumor localization, dose calculations, and summation of idodose curves are performed.

AHLT J350 Clinical Experience: Basic (3 cr.)
P: R.T.(R) or AHLT R181 and AHLT R104. Clinical observation and assistance in the clinical skills of radiation therapy technology under the direct supervision of a registered radiation therapist or equivalent.

AHLT J351 Clinical Practicum II(2-6 cr.)
P: R.T.(R) or AHLT J350. Clinical application of patient positioning immobilization, block fabrication, patient simulation techniques, treatment delivery, dosimetry, treatment planning, patient care management, and radiation protection under the direct supervision of a registered radiation therapist or equivalent.

AHLT J400 Physics of Radiation Oncology I(3 cr.)
P: R.T.(R), AHLT R250, AHLT P201, MATH M119 or M125. Fundamental principles of the physical quantities of radiation and atomic and nuclear theory. To include discussions of radiation oncology equipment.

AHLT J401 Physics of Radiation Oncology II(3 cr.)
P: AHLT J400. Continuation of J400 with emphasis on the interactions of ionizing radiation with matter: radiation detection and measurement devices; radiation units; equipment calibration; brachytherapy; and calculation techniques. Principles and concepts of radiation protection are discussed.

AHLT J402 Radiation Oncology Techniques II(3 cr.)
P: AHLT J302. Provides sessions on concepts of treatment techniques and treatment planning rationale.

AHLT J403 Clinical Oncology II(3 cr.)
P: AHLT J303. This course will provide the student with the fundamentals of clinical radiation oncology. Malignant conditions, their etiology, and methods of treatment are discussed. Attention is given to patient prognosis, treatment results and the effects of combined therapies.

AHLT J404 Quality Management in Radiation Oncology (3 cr.)
P: AHLT J300 or AHLT J301, AHLT J305 and AHLT J350. Identification and application of a comprehensive quality management program in a radiation oncology facility. Includes discussion of the operations and functions of a radiation oncology facility with emphasis on quality improvement techniques.

AHLT J409 Senior Project in Radiation Oncology (3 cr.)
Individual research in radiation oncology. Research proposal requires the approval of the program director.

AHLT J450 Clinical Practicum III (3-6 cr.)
P: AHLT J351. Clinical application of patient positioning immobilization, block fabrication, patient simulation techniques, treatment planning, patient care management, and radiation protection under the direct supervision of a registered radiation therapist.

AHLT J451 Clinical Practicum IV (3-6 cr.)
P: AHLT

  1. Clinical application of patient positioning immobilization, block fabrication, patient simulation techniques, treatment delivery, dosimetry, treatment planning, patient care management, and radiation protection under the direct supervision of a registered radiation therapist.

AHLT J452 Clinical Practicum VI (3-6 cr) P:AHLT

  1. Clinical application of patient positioning immobilization, block fabrication, patient simulation techniques, treatment delivery, dosimetry, treatment planning, patient care management, and radiation protection under the direct supervision of a registered radiation therapist.

AHLT L201 Pathophysiology for the Clinical Laboratory (2 cr.) Fundamental concepts and processes of pathophysiology, including general concepts, specific disorders, causes and symptoms, and laboratory diagnoses. Critical thinking skills are developed, and professional presentations of diseases and case studies are expected. (Spring)

AHLT L202 Advanced Clinical Topics (2 cr.)
Topics in clinical applications include case studies, research, resume writing, analytical procedure writing, career projects, reviews, and a mock certification exam. (Spring)

AHLT L281 Clinical Education III (4 cr.)
P: AHLT
C 181. Clinical application of laboratory techniques in all phases of laboratory testing. Procedures performed in each department of the medical laboratory under the direct supervision of a registered technologist. Proficiency levels established. (Spring)

AHLT M101 Introduction to Health Records (5 cr.)
Organization of the health care industry; systems and processes for collecting, maintaining, and disseminating health-related information. (Spring)

AHLT M102 Clinical Experience I(3 cr.)
Clinical assessment in systems and processes for collecting, maintaining, and disseminating health-related information, development of professional attitude for interacting with other professions and consumers in the health care industry. (Summer I)

AHLT M107 Computer Applications in Health Information Technology (2 cr.)
P: CSCI A106. Overview of microcomputers and hospital information systems. Instruction includes medical transcription, health information department applications, characteristics and components of electronic health records, and the HIM professional’s role in its development and implementation. (Spring)

AHLT M120 Health Statistics (2 cr.)
Study of the source and uses of health data; computation of rates and percentages; vital records registration and reporting; and data reporting and display. (Fall)

AHLT M190 Coding I(3 cr.)
The study of ICD-9-CM coding and classification principles and CPT coding principles as used in acute, ambulatory, and long­term care facilities. (Fall, Spring)

AHLT M191 Coding II(3 cr.)
Advanced principles of the ICD-9-CM classification system; optimization; DRG’s, sequencing, reimbursement; application of CPT coding principles in acute and ambulatory settings. (Fall, Spring)

AHLT M192 Introduction to Health Information Management and Reimbursement Methodologies (3 cr.)
Introduction to Health Information Management, health records, standards, regulations and content. Overview of release of information principles, privacy and security. Reimbursement methodologies including Medicare, third party payors, ambulatory settings, and physician practices.

AHLT M195 Medical Terminology (3 cr.)
The study of the language of medicine, including word construction, definitions, spelling, and abbreviations; emphasis on speaking, reading, and writing skills. (Fall, Spring)

AHLT M200 Supervision in Health Information Services (3 cr.)
Study of supervisory principles and practices, with application to health information services. Introduction to effective planning, organizing, and controlling. (Spring)

AHLT M201 Coding and Classification Systems (5 cr.)
The study of classifications, nomenclatures, and reimbursement systems. (Fall)

AHLT M202 Clinical Experience in Coding and Classification Systems (5 cr.)
Clinical instruction includes health record coding and related functions. (Fall)

AHLT M203 Health Care Delivery and Quality Assessment (4 cr.)
The study of clinical quality assessment and improvement; review of regulatory and accrediting organizations and health record applications in alternate health care settings; other health information systems and functions. (Spring)

AHLT M204 Clinical Experience in Health Care Delivery and Quality Management (2 cr.)
Assignment is to area health care facilities and to the program health information laboratory. Areas of clinical instruction include quality management activities and health record systems in alternate health care settings. (Spring)

AHLT M245 Health Record Law (2 cr.)
Study of the basic concepts and principles of law and their application to the health care field, specifically to health information services. Review of the law dealing with confidentiality and release of information, liability of health care providers, and other topics. Discussion of the judicial process. (Fall)

AHLT R100 Orientation to Radiologic Technology (2 cr.)
C or P: AHLT R101, AHLT R102, AHLT R181. Introduction to the field of radiology and its history. Student learns proper ethical standards, becomes
acquainted with the duties and responsibilities in personal care for the patient, investigates radiation protection for the patient and personnel. Degree credit will not be given for both AHLT R100 and AHLT R104. (Fall)

AHLT R101 Radiographic Procedures I(3-4 cr.)
C or P: AHLT R100 or AHLT R104, AHLT R102, AHLT R181. Concepts in radiography with emphasis on the radiographic procedures used to demonstrate the skeletal system. (Fall)

AHLT R102 Principles of Radiography I(3 cr.)
C or P: college algebra, AHLT R101, AHLT R181. Basic concepts of radiation, its production, and its interactions with matter. Includes the production of the radiographic image and film processing. (Fall)

AHLT R103 Introduction to Clinical Radiography (2 cr.)
Introduction to the functions and basic procedures of a diagnostic radiography department. Emphasis is placed on radiographic equipment, radiation protection, positioning terminology, and procedures used on typical radiographic examinations.

AHLT R104 Patient Care in Radiologic Science (2 cr.)
Introduction to health care practices in the radiology department. Includes an overview of the field of radiology, ethics, patient care, and professional standards. Degree credit will not be given for both R100 and R104.

AHLT R181 Clinical Experience in Radiography (1-6 cr.)
C or P: AHLT R100 or AHLT R104. Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist until mastery of clinical objectives is reached. (Fall)

AHLT R182 Clinical Experience in Radiography (1-6 cr.)
P: AHLT R101 and AHLT R181. Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist until mastery of clinical objectives is reached. (Spring)

AHLT R185 Medical Terminology (1 cr.)
Introduction to the origin and derivation of medical words as well as their meanings. (Fall, Spring, Summer II)

AHLT R200 Pathology (3 cr.)
P: anatomy/physiology. A survey of the changes that occur in the diseased state to include general concepts of disease, causes of disease, clinical symptoms and treatment, and diseases that affect specific body systems. (Fall, Spring)

AHLT R201 Radiographic Procedures II(3 cr.)
C or P: AHLT R101, AHLT R182, AHLT R202. Concepts in radiography with emphasis on radiographic procedures used to demonstrate the skull and those requiring the use of contrast media. (Spring)

AHLT R202 Principles of Radiography II(3 cr.)
C or P: AHLT R102, AHLT R201, AHLT R181. Continuation of AHLT R102 with emphasis on the properties that affect the quality of the radiographic image. (Spring)

AHLT R205 Radiographic Procedures III (3 cr.)
C or P: AHLT R201, AHLT R222. Concepts in radiography with emphasis on special radiographic procedures and related imaging modalities. (Fall)

AHLT R222 Principles of Radiography III (3 cr.)
P: AHLT R202. Continuation of AHLT R202 with emphasis on the application of radiography principles of imaging equipment. (Fall)

AHLT R250 Physics Applied to Radiology (2-4 cr.)
P: College algebra. Fundamentals of radiation physics, X-ray generation, and equipment quality control. (Fall)

AHLT R260 Radiation Biology and Protection in Diagnostic Radiology (1-3 cr.)
P: AHLT R250. Study of the biological effects of ionizing radiation and the standards and methods of protection. Emphasis is placed on X-ray interactions. Also included are discussions on radiation exposure standards and radiation monitoring. (Spring)

AHLT R281 Clinical Experience in Radiography (1-6 cr.)
P: AHLT R201 and AHLT R182. Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist until mastery of clinical objectives is reached. (Summer I)

AHLT R282 Clinical Experience in Radiography (1-6 cr.)
P: AHLT R201 and AHLT R182. Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist until mastery of clinical objectives is reached. (Fall)

AHLT R283 Clinical Experience in Radiography (1-6 cr.)
P: AHLT R201 and AHLT R182. Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist until mastery of clinical objectives is reached. (Spring)

AHLT R290 Comprehensive Experience (1-8 cr.)
P: AHLT R281, AHLT R282, and AHLT R283. Clinical application of radiographic positioning, exposure techniques, and departmental procedures in all phases of radiologic technology under the direct supervision of a registered technologist. Successful completion involves mastery of all clinical aspects of the program. (Summer I)

AHLT R404 Sectional Imaging Anatomy (2-3 cr.)
An in-depth study of sectional anatomy pertinent to ultrasound, computed tomography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Standard transverse, parasagittal, and coronal planes are included, utilizing images from all three imaging modalities. A discussion of technique, artifacts, and pathology-related alterations of cross-sectional anatomic appearances is included. (Fall)

AHLT R405 Advanced Diagnostic Imaging I(3 cr.)
Physics and imaging concepts in cardiovascular interventional technology, computed tomography, diagnostic medical sonography, and magnetic resonance imaging. (Fall—odd year)

AHLT R406 Advanced Diagnostic Imaging II(3 cr.)
Procedural concepts in cardiovascular interventional technology, computed tomography, diagnostic medical sonography, and magnetic resonance imaging. Image analysis of normal and abnormal studies will be presented. (Spring—odd year)

AHLT R408 Topics in Radiologic Sciences (0.5-4 cr.)
Study of selected topics in radiologic sciences. May be repeated once for credit if topics differ. (Fall—odd year)

AHLT R409 Senior Project in Medical Imaging Technology (3 cr.)

Independent readings and research on a selected medical imaging topic. A paper in publishable form must be written as part of the project. (Spring—even year)
AHLT R414 Sectional Imaging Pathology (3 cr.)
An in-depth study of general pathology concepts and diseases that affect specific body systems. An emphasis is placed on the appearance of the disease process on sectional images. (Spring—even year)

AHLT R481 Clinical Practicum: Vascular Imaging (0.5-8 cr.)
Clinical experience in the performance of vascular and neurological imaging studies. (Fall—odd year, Spring—even year)

AHLT R482 Clinical Practicum: Computed Tomography (0.5-8 cr.)
Clinical experience in the performance of computed tomographic imaging studies. (Fall—odd year, Spring—even year)

AHLT R483 Clinical Practicum: Magnetic Resonance Imaging (0.5-8 cr.)
Clinical experience in the performance of magnetic resonance imaging studies. (Fall—odd year, Spring—even year)

AHLT R484 Clinical Practicum: Ultrasound Imaging (1-6 cr.)
Clinical experience in the performance of ultrasound imaging studies. (Fall—odd year, Spring—even year)

AHLT R490 Fundamentals in Ultrasound (4 cr.)
Introduces the student to the basic ultrasound environment and basic ultrasound concepts. (Spring)

AHLT R491 DMS Imaging I(5 cr.)
Introduces the student to normal anatomy and physiology as found in ultrasound. (Spring)

AHLT R492 DMS Imaging II(5 cr.)
Introduces the student to abnormal anatomy and physiology as found in ultrasound. (Summer)

AHLT R493 Ultrasound Physics (4 cr.)
Introduces the student to physics as it applies to a sound wave. (Fall)

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