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Medical terminology for students of the health professions offers a systematic approach to explaining terminology to entry-level students of the health sciences, including students of medicine, dentistry, nursing, dietetics, occupational therapy, radiography, human movement sciences, speech-language pathology and audiology, and veterinary sciences. The focus of this book is on terms and study texts with clinical relevance that are commonly used in health and veterinary sciences practice, and the textbook includes exercises to further facilitate students' comprehension of medical terminology. This book has six sections. The first contains an introductory chapter, followed by eight vocabulary chapters in section II, and six chapters on systems of the body in section III. A chapter is also included (in section IV) on veterinary science terminology for students of that profession. Section V deals with medical terms in context. Section VI contains lists of eponyms, term parts (with both their English and Afrikaans meanings), abbreviations (used in pharmaceutical prescriptions) as well as a comprehensive word list of medical terms. This book is designed in such a way that students who study this text over a period of 14 weeks will be well equipped to analyse and understand most medical terms. It will enable students to understand and use the highly technical terminology of the health and related sciences with confidence during their studies and professional careers.
This work offers a systematic approach to anatomy. As opposed to the regional approach used by medical and dental students, this work is aimed in particular at the medical-related professions, for example nursing, radiography, occupational therapy and physiotherapy. It was endeavoured to comply with the requirements of these courses. The authors are members of the Anatomy Department of the University of Pretoria's Faculty of Medicine.
Medical terminology for students of the health professions offers a systematic approach to explaining terminology that entry-level medical, dental and health care science students often find difficult to comprehend. This title has three sections with one introductory chapter, eight vocabulary chapters and six body system chapters.
Aimed at the medical and dental student this manual presents a regional approach to anatomy which is in contrast to the systematic approach preferred by the health care sciences such as nursing, occupational therapy, and physiotherapy. The authors attempt to comply with the specific clinical needs of the medical and dental undergraduate student by concentrating on applicable clinical anatomy. The curriculum is presented on such a level that postgraduate students, who need to maintain a thorough overview in regions other than that of their specific speciality, will also benefit.
Die werk bied 'n sistematiese benadering tot anatomie. Hierdie benadering, in teenstelling met die regionale benadering wat deur mediese en tandheelkundige studente gevolg word, is veral gerig op medies-verwante beroepsrigtings soos verpleegkunde, radiografie, arbeidsterapie en fisioterapie. Die boek is in 'n maklik leesbare styl geskryf en daar word aan elk van bogenoemde kursusse se behoeftes voldoen.
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