Clinical Skills Lab Trains AMS Faculty Students

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Students of the second year of the Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences AMS  on Sunday 10th January 2021 afternoon, received special training by the team concerned with the Clinical Skills Lab of LIMU University, which focused on how to examine the hand of Hand Examination, which is one of the general procedures that the doctor performs during the general examination of the patient General Examination.

The examination includes examining the dorsal face and then the palmar face of both hands, noting the presence of changes in the skin – nails – soft tissue (signs of muscular atrophy) – tendons – joints, and the doctor evaluates hand temperature, skin color, and nail fragility, and hand deformities may diagnose some Diseases.

In today’s training, as in all exercises, it has been taken into account to apply precautionary measures to combat the Corona pandemic (Covid-19), by reducing the number of students for each training session, and their commitment to wearing the muzzle, to ensure their safety and the safety of workers and divide them into 8 groups, each group comprising between 6 To 7 students.

The Clinical Skills Laboratory aims to train students of various medical faculties’ basic skills, in all pre-clinical stages, by using advanced dolls as fake patients and preparing scenarios for actual cases that simulate the real situation in hospitals.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]