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Fundamentals of Orthopaedic I – Upper Extremity

Students will be exposed to didactic and clinical instruction necessary to care for orthopedic patients in acute and clinic settings. Introduction to the anatomical components and basic function of the Upper Extremity musculoskeletal and neurological systems for the orthopedic patient including complications related to bone healing, x-ray utilization, aseptic technique and fractures. Students will study Training in appropriate written and spoken medical terminology. The student will be introduced to the training requirements for the Canadian Society of Orthopaedic Technology.

Fundamentals of Orthopaedic II – Lower Extremity

Students will be exposed to didactic and clinical instruction necessary to care for orthopedic patients in acute and clinic settings. Introduction to the anatomical components and basic function of the Lower Extremity musculoskeletal and neurological systems for the orthopedic patient including complications related to bone healing, x-ray utilization, aseptic technique and fractures. Students will study Training in appropriate written and spoken medical terminology. The student will be introduced to the training requirements for the Canadian Society of Orthopaedic Technology.

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