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The unique work-text approach of Client-Centered Care for Clinical Medical Assisting facilitates the mastery of entry-level clinical procedures while adapting these to the needs of a particular client group. Identifying the needs of the client, establishing trust, sharing information, and assisting the client while performing clinical competencies, are all challenges facing the medical assistant. This book is designed to keep the focus on the client and the medical assistant's role in working with the client, and uses language that makes it easier to translate complex medical concepts into language the client will readily understand. The text also includes Student Practice Software to reinforce and help students master the material.
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Victoria R. Koprucki is a Certified Medical Assistant, a Certified Rehabilitation R.N. and Registered Professional Nurse. She is currently the Director for the Medical Assistant Program at Trocaire College, NY, and has been involved in education for over fifteen years. She holds a Doctorate in Health Behavioral Sciences, a Masters Degree in Education and a Masters Degree in Rehabilitation Nursing-Clinical Nurse Specialist.Review:
Unit One: The Nature of Medical Assisting Chapter 1: The MA Profession Chapter 2: Health Care Environment Unit Two: Introduction to Clinical Medical Assisting Chapter 3: Infection Control and Medical Asepsis Chapter 4: Vital Signs Chapter 5: Physical Exams Unit Three: Body Systems Chapter 6: Organization of the Human Body Chapter 7: Integumentary System Chapter 8: Skeletal System Chapter 9: Muscular System Chapter 10: Nervous System Chapter 11: Endocrine System Chapter 12: Cardiovascular System Chapter 13: Hematological and Lymphatic System Chapter 14: Immune System Chapter 15: Respiratory System Chapter 16: Digestive System Chapter 17: Urinary System Chapter 18: Mail Reproductive System Chapter 19: Female Reproductive system Unit 4: Common System Disorders Chapter 20: Integumentary System Disorder Chapter 21: Skeletal System Disorder Chapter 22: Muscular System Disorder Chapter 23: Nervous System Disorder Chapter 24: Endocrine System Disorder Chapter 25: Cardiovascular Disorder Chapter 26: Hematological and Lymphatic System Disorder Chapter 27: Immune System Disorder Chapter 28: Respiratory System Disorder Chapter 29: Digestive system Disorder Chapter 30: Urinary System Disorder Chapter 31: Male Reproductive System Disorder Chapter 32: Female Reproductive System Disorder Unit 5: Specialty Topics in Clinical Medical Assisting Chapter 33: The Patient with Special Needs Chapter 34: The Geriatric Patient Chapter 35: The Pediatric Patient Chapter 36: Medication and the Patient Population Chapter 37: Healthy Lifestyle in the Primary Patient Population Chapter 38: Minor Surgery Chapter 39: Medical Office Emergencies and First Aid Unit 6: Diagnostics and Clinical Laboratory Chapter 40: Physician Office Laboratory Chapter 41: Urinalysis Chapter 42: Hematology Chapter 43: Blood Chemistry Chapter 44: Cardiac Diagnostic Laboratory Chapter 45: Radiological Diagnostic Laboratory Competency Skill Checklists Appendix A: AAMA Role Delineation Correlation Guide Appendix B: ABHES Curriculum Correlation Guide Appendix C: CAAHEP Curriculum Correlation Guide Bibliography Glossary Index
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Book Description Delmar Cengage Learning, 2006. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M1401861784
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