General Surgery and Surgery: Textbooks for Training Foreign Medical Students

Volodymyr SULYMA, Yakiv BEREZNYTSKYY, Ruslan DUKA, Sergij MALINOVSKYJ
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The most important thing in education is the development of future doctor is method of preliminary diagnosis of any disease, including surgical. The previously used textbooks on surgery has been described mainly the clinical manifestations of diseases and their treatment techniques, without clarifying the principles and preliminary diagnosis capabilities for students. After medical education the doctors of the general medical practice tasks determinations basic requirements of scope of knowledge and practical skills for graduating student of institute of higher education of IV level of accreditation: goal-directed methodical algorithm of questioning of the patient (getting anamnesis), physical examination, substantiation of provisional diagnosis, determinate algorithm of additional methods of investigations with analysis of received results, differential diagnosis, forming clinical diagnosis, substantiation of treatment program and it’s realization. In the future the young doctor can work not only the doctor of family medicine, but also the expert of other directions, for example - the surgeon. For preparation to practical workies application textbook “General Surgery” for students 2-3 years education and textbooks “General Surgery” and “Surgery” for 2-6 years education English language foreign students and including information on methods and principles of forming of preliminary diagnosis, differential diagnosis, clinical diagnosis and treatment of surgical patients (Ed: Bereznytskyy, Zakharash, & Mishalov, Shidlovskyj, 2016, 2019).

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Sulyma, V., Bereznytskyy, Y., Duka, R., & Malinovskyj, S. (2021). General surgery and surgery: Textbooks for training foreign medical students. The Eurasia Proceedings of Health, Environment and Life Sciences (EPHELS), 3, 29-32.




DOI: https://doi.org/10.55549/ephels.20

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