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HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY

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1 Feb 2010Topics include quality control, setup and operation of common medical equipment, and necessary housekeeping and maintenance functions at the

     Class Lab Clinical Credit

    HEALTH CARE TECHNOLOGY

Effective Term Fall 1998 [1998*03]

    HCT 101 Health Care Technology 6 2 6 9 Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course covers the basic skills necessary for employment as a multi-skilled health care worker. Topics include

    skills necessary for listing as a Nursing Assistant II, basic clerical and dietary functions, communication, medical

    terminology, and quality control principles. Upon completion, students should be able to perform a variety of skills

    and assist licensed health care providers. This is a certificate-level course.

Effective Term Summer 1997 [1997*02]

    HCT 101 Health Care Technology 6 2 6 9

    Prerequisites: High school diploma or GED and currently listed

     as NA I with State of North Carolina

    Corequisites: None

This course covers the basic skills necessary for employment as a multi-skilled health care worker. Topics include

    skills necessary for listing as a Nursing Assistant II, basic clerical and dietary functions, communication, medical

    terminology, and quality control principles. Upon completion, students should be able to perform a variety of skills

    and assist licensed health care providers. This is a certificate-level course.

Effective Term Fall 1999 [1999*03]

    HCT 102 Basic Phlebotomy and EKG 1 2 3 3 Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: None

This course covers the basic skills necessary for performing venipuncture, drawing blood specimens, and

    performing basic 12-lead electrocardiograms. Topics include venipuncture and finger stick techniques, requirements

    for common specimen collction, and obtaining as 12-lead EKG. Upon completion, students should be able to

    perform phlebotomy and EKG skills. This course is restricted to diploma and/or certificate programs.

Effective Term Summer 1997 [1997*02]

    HCT 102 Basic Phlebotomy and EKG 1 2 3 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: HCT 101

This course covers the basic skills necessary for performing venipuncture, drawing blood specimens, and

    performing basic 12-lead electrocardiograms. Topics include venipuncture and finger stick techniques,

    requirements for common specimen collection, and obtaining a 12-lead EKG. Upon completion, students should be

    able to perform phlebotomy and EKG skills. This is a certificate-level course.

Combined Course Library July 1, 2001

    HCT - 1

     Class Lab Clinical Credit

Effective Term Summer 1997 [1997*02]

    HCT 103 Environmental Maintenance 1 2 3 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: HCT 101

This course covers the principles of maintaining a safe therapeutic environment in a health care agency. Topics

    include quality control, setup and operation of common medical equipment, and necessary housekeeping and

    maintenance functions at the unit level. Upon completion, students should be able to manage materials and

    equipment and perform housekeeping and maintenance functions common to health care agencies. This is a

    certificate-level course.

Effective Term Summer 1997 [1997*02]

    HCT 104 Restorative Care 1 2 3 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: HCT 101

This course covers the principles of move, gait, and restoration of function. Topics include range of motion across

    the life span, improving gait and the ability to transfer, and the use of common assistive devices. Upon completion,

    students should be able to assist with implementing a plan of care for strengthening muscles, improving mobility,

    and facilitating transfer. This is a certificate-level course.

Effective Term Summer 1997 [1997*02]

    HCT 105 Basic Respiratory Skills 1 2 3 3

    Prerequisites: None

    Corequisites: HCT 101

This course covers the basics of oxygenation and ventilation and principles of common therapy to improve

    oxygenation and ventilation. Topics include common diagnostic procedures and therapeutic modalities used in

    respiratory care. Upon completion, students should be able to set up and maintain oxygen, perform peak flow

    diagnostic tests and collect sputum specimens. This is a certificate-level course.

See the SEL and SEM prefixes for generic Selected Topics and Seminar course descriptions.

    Combined Course Library July 1, 2001

    HCT - 2

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