Open lesson

At the Department of Pathology there was an open lesson

TOPIC: BLOOD BLOOD PATHOPHYSICOLOGY. ANEMIA

ANEMIA DEFINITION AND ITS DESCRIPTION
ANEMIA CLASSIFICATION
REGENERATIVE AND DEGENERATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF ERITROTS
POSTGEMORRHIC ANEMIA AND THEIR PREVIOUS STAGE
Practical part: Microscopic examination of the mines extracted from patients

He conducted the open lesson: Senior teacher Tadjibaeva R.B.

Group of open lessons: Faculty of Medicine, 306-B

Pedagogues participating in open class:

prof. Tursunov X.Z.
prof. Iriskulov B.O.
Dots. Kurbanov А.К.
Dots. Odilbekova D.B
Senior teacher Babaeva ZN
Senior teacher Mukhamedova NA
Ass. Ahmedov JM

Practical training was conducted in English and Uzbek languages ​​with IMS, “intellectual attack” and “round table” technologies and technological map.

During the first 5 minutes of the lesson, students were enrolled, the instructor’s instructor spoke, the purpose of the lesson and the transfer method. The main theoretical questions on the topic were discussed. This discussion was carried out by means of the “intellectual attack”, the results were summarized and summarized.

In the second part of the lesson, students were shown microscopy of blood flares taken from patients. They learned how to assess prenatal blood tests and make conclusions based on anemia. Afterwards, the results of laboratory tests and results of the peripheral blood examination were evaluated by the “round table” for the purpose of evaluating students’ practical knowledge, and the results were evaluated.

The final assessment of practical training was summarized and presented to the students from the theoretical and practical part grades. The grades given by the teacher were not objectionable. At the end of the lesson, practical conclusions were prepared and discussed.

Commission members:

prof. Inoyatova F.X.
prof. Khakimov Z.Z.
Prof. Tursunov X.Z.
Prof. Giyasov Z.A.
Dots. Kulmanova M.U.
Dots. Kurbanov А.К.
Senior teacher Babaeva ZN
Ass. Ahmedov JM
Head of the department Bazarbaev M.I.

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