Operational Medicine Medical Education and Training

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Injuries

CORRESPONDENCE COURSE

U.S. ARMY MEDICAL DEPARTMENT CENTER AND SCHOOL

SUBCOURSE MD0547 EDITION 100

EYE, EAR, AND NOSE INJURIES

As a medical specialist, you will treat patients with eye, ear, and nose injuries. These injuries can be very sensitive to the patient. You must use extreme care when working with these patients.

This subcourse describes procedures for treating and dressing injuries to the eye, irrigating and applying medication to the eye, irrigating the ear, and treating nosebleed.

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Length: 62 Pages

Estimated Hours to Complete: 5

Format: PDF file

Size: 1.0 MB

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Anyone may take this course. However, to receive credit hours, you must be officially enrolled and complete an examination furnished by the Nonresident Instruction Branch at Fort Sam Houston, Texas. Enrollment is normally limited to Department of Defense personnel. Others may apply for enrollment, but acceptance is not guaranteed

Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Injuries

Distance Learning Course
62 Pages
Est. 5 Hours
1.0 MB pdf file

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Foreign Body in the Eye - Steel

TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

Lesson 1, Irrigate, Instill Eye Drops, and Apply Ointments to the Eye.

Lesson 2, Identify Principles of Application of a Dressing to an Eye Injury.

Lesson 3, Treat Foreign Bodies of the Eye.

Lesson 4, Treat Lacerations, Contusions, and Extrusions of the Eye.

Lesson 5, Treat Burns of the Eye.

Lesson 6, Irrigate an Obstructed Ear.

Lesson 7, Treat a Patient with Epistaxis (Nosebleed).
 

 

 

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