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SDDM5317: Integrated Clinical Dentistry C1

Integrated Clinical Dentistry C1 will be focused on clinical experiences of Human Disease in Dentistry. This will cover more advanced concepts and will be delivered through symposia, problem solving exercises and recorded lectures. Students may be required to attend classes at multiple locations.

Code SDDM5317
Academic unit Discipline of Oral Surgery, Medicine and Diagnostics
Credit points 10
Prerequisites:
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SDDM5211 and SDDM5212 and SDDM5213 and SDDM5214 and SDDM5221 and SDDM5222 and SDDM5223 and SDDM5224
Corequisites:
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SDDM5314 and SDDM5315 and SDDM5316
Prohibitions:
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None

At the completion of this unit, you should be able to:

  • LO1. demonstrate an understanding at histopathological, clinical land radiographic levels of important conditions of the oro-facial tissues, at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO2. demonstrate an understanding of the strategies employed for medical and surgical management of oral disease, at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO3. demonstrate an understanding of the appropriate application of crisis resource management together with medical emergencies/advanced life support
  • LO4. demonstrate an understanding of patient assessment for oral surgery and conscious sedation, including assessment of medically compromised patients, for dental treatment at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO5. demonstrate clinical competence in common oral surgical procedures including local anesthesia and surgical management at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO6. demonstrate an understanding of the basis for, consequence and management of, important and common complications of oral surgical procedures at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO7. demonstrate the ability to prescribe appropriate medication for dental patients
  • LO8. demonstrate an understanding of the indications, contraindications and drug interactions of pharmacological agents used in the dental management of patients, at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO9. demonstrate an understanding of surgical anatomy, physiology, pathology, medicine and pharmacology relevant to the management of dental patients, at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO10. demonstrate a knowledge of the major oro-facial pain disorders, their classification, and assessment criteria, and an understanding of the neural basis and clinical significance of referred pain at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO11. describe the appropriate use of CBVT and CT and identify advantages associated with these modalities at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO12. describe and apply the principles associated with panoramic radiology acquisition to produce competent radiographs. Identify normal anatomical structures in extra oral radiographs, as well as film faults, and indicate the technical correction needed at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO13. describe and apply the appropriate radiological management of patients presenting with trauma and impaction in forensic dentistry at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student
  • LO14. describe and implement the ALARA principle and all guidelines of the NH and MRC "Radiation Protection in Dentistry" at a level appropriate to a DMD3 semester 1 student.

Unit outlines

Unit outlines will be available 1 week before the first day of teaching for the relevant session.