4th Clinical Semester


ECTS Course Code
Compulsory subjects
Hours/ Semester
ECTS Credits
8-M-O-P-1
8-M-O-S-5
8-M-V-L-8
Chirugie
Surgery including:

- Practical,
- Seminar and
- Lecture

Content: Lectures with systematic presentation of the entire field of surgery including abdominal, thoracic, vascular, transplant, cardiac, oral and maxillofacial surgery and traumatology

Assessment: MCQ-examination and interdisciplinary oral examination together with orthopaedics, urology and anaesthesiology

Knowledge and skills achieved: Diagnosis and therapy of all important surgical diseases with special emphasis on physical examination, interpretation of laboratory data and imaging techniques
35
14
42
6
3
8-M-O-P-2
8-M-V-L-9
Orthopädie
Orthopaedics including

- Practical and
- Lecture

Content: Diagnosis and therapy of orthopaedic diseases

Assessment: interdisciplinary oral examination together with surgery, urology and anaesthesiology

Knowledge and skills achieved: Basic principles and knowledge of orthopaedic diseases
30,8
14
5
8-M-O-P-3
8-M-V-L-1
Urologie
Urology including

- Practical and
- Lecture

In preparation for the practical, lectures on the following topics will be held and must be attended to participate in practical: introduction; bladder cancer; kidney tumours; urogenital abnormalities, renal transplantation; neurogenic bladder disorder; urological emrgencies; testicular cancer; urolithiasis; paediatric urology, urinary tract infections; benign prostatic hyperplasia; erectile dysfunction; gynaecological urology; prostate cancer

Content: The practical begins with participation during morning rounds and the clinical conference. Afterwards, the students are assigned to the following 3 rotations:
  • In-patient-care: Introduction to general basic skills: history taking, physical examinations; practical skills (venous blood sampling, placement of iv-lines, injections, application and change of wound dressings, gastric tubes etc); participation in giving preoperative informed consent; introduction to urological skills: clinical techniques of examination; placement and care of urinary catheters; sampling and dipstick testing of urine, urine cultures
  • Operating room: patient preparation and positioning; surgical scrubbing; assistance in urological procedures; hospitation in endourological procedures with video transmission; surgical knotting techniques; introduction to urologic surgical appliances, catheters and instruments
  • Amulatory: Hospitation in urological units: extracorporeal shockwave lithotrypsy; Uroflowmetry, Urodynamics; Endoscopy; Intervention and minimal-invasive procedures; radiological examinations; Hospitation and performance of ultrasound examinations; Voluntary participation in urological consultation hours (Urological paediatrics, Andrology, Infertility, Incontinence)

Assessment: interdisciplinary oral examination together with surgery, orthopaedics and anaesthesiology

Knowledge and skills achieved: Basic skills and knowledge in general urology
30,8
14
5
8-M-O-P-4
8-M-V-L-7
Anästhesiologie
Anaesthesiology including

- Practical and
- Lecture

Content: The princitples of Aneasthesiology, Intensive care, Emergencies, Pain Medicine
* General anaesthesia: intravenous anaestetics, volatile aneasthetics, muscle relaxants, opioids, intubation, crush-intubation
* Regional anaesthesia: plexus axillaris, spinal epidural aneasthesia, peripheral blocks, postoperative pain therapy
* Intensive care: ventilation, fluid therapy, antibiotics, sepsis, shock
* Emergencies: myocardial infarction, hypo-hyper-glymcemia, polytrauma

Assessment: interdisciplinary oral examination together with surgery, urology and anaesthesiology

Knowledge and skills achieved: -
30,8
14
5
8-M-O-S-6
Notfallmedizin
Emergency Medicine

- Seminar

Content:

Assessment:

Knowledge and skills achieved:
14
8-M-O-S-7
Palliativmedizin
Palliative Medicine

- Seminar

Content:

Assessment:

Knowledge and skills achieved:
28
8-M-V-L-10
Klinisch-pathologische Konferenz
Clinical-pathological conference (special pathology) Part II

- Lecture Part II

Content:

Assessment: written examination

Knowledge and skills achieved:
28