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COM-210 Medical Terminology Allied Health

Body systems approach to learning medical language. Word parts are used to build, analyze, define, and spell medical terms. Structural, directional, disease and disorder terms, pronunciation, and abbreviations are included.

Teacher: Brian Dechant

PHRM-103 Community Pharmacy

This course covers the important processes and details of the everyday pharmacy work of dispensing medications, such as understanding the parts of a prescription, the different types of prescriptions, and the input and maintenance of the patient profile. Discussed is the importance and intricacies of insurance processing and assisting patients without access to insurance. The business of community pharmacy- including the application of business math, the operation of automated devices, and the maintenance of inventory – has its own chapter also covering the range of OTC, homeopathic, and holistic medications and dietary supplements. Finally, students will learn concepts and techniques involved with compounding nonsterile products following the revised guidelines outlines in USP Chapter 795 .

Teacher: Brian Dechant

COM-210B-FA-Hybrid Medical Terminology Section 2 morning

This course introduces students to the terms used in the medical field. The course includes words, anatomical terms, and body systems. It also includes conversion tables and written terminology.

Teacher: Brian Dechant

PHRM-100 Pharmacy Technician Science

An integrated course combining lecture and laboratory exercise in practical, technical, and legal aspects of drug management; distribution (dispensing); and storage in outpatient (retail), inpatient (hospital), and nursing home settings. Includes pharmacy equipment and devices, concepts related to computer operations, materials, non-sterile dosage forms, and inventory control. Also includes small or large scale compounding, packaging and quality control; practical aspects of recordkeeping, and insurance issues relevant to the daily pharmacy.

Teacher: Brian Dechant

COM-210-Medical Terminology-FA-Hybrid (Afternoon)

This course introduces students to the terms used in the medical field. The course includes words, anatomical terms, and body systems. It also includes conversion tables and written terminology.

Teacher: Brian Dechant

PHRM-102-Pharmaceutical Calculations-FA-Hybrid

Students will demonstrate the ability to perform pharmaceutical calculations required for the usual dosage determinations and solution preparation.  Emphasis will be placed on basic computations, use of measuring tools, dosage computations, compounding calculations and solution preparation.  Topics covered include ratio and proportion, dilution and concentration, milliequivalent, units, and intravenous flow rates.

Teacher: Brian Dechant