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    1. Modifications and enhancementsmade by the teachers of“Foundations of Technology”Washington County Public Schools Chapter 31 Medical and Health Technologies

    2. Suggestions - suggestive engagement activities / project for the chapter Voluntary State Curriculum objectives met within this chapter and pages of the book that correlate to these objectives. The long term objective for the course. The short term objective “Big Idea” for this chapter. Qualifier for learning the stated objectives. Lesson Procedures Warm Up Timed Daily Reading Timed Objectives to be written Introduction of an Academy or CTE Program Lesson (to include learner engaging activities) Higher Order questioning Timed group activities Place where you can work in Washington County with the skills learned in this chapter Review of Career Closure (exit ticket) Review of Objectives Homework Assignment Study foundationsoftechnology.com Most PowerPoint's include in the following order:

    3. SuggestionsFootball Helmet (Prop) • As a supplement, pass around a football helmet, talk about how the football helmet evolved. Talk about how people (students will) make millions of Dollars improving what currently exist, dynamic process, And Billions of $ for a new invention. • How can they modify the football helmet for other sports to make millions of $ • Slide 37Jerry Spessard of Washington County made an item called Game Face and made millions.

    4. Voluntary State Curriculum

    5. Objectives • Over Arching (Long Term) Objective (s) … • The students will develop a basic understanding of the design world. • How would an improved technical awareness improve one’s life? • This chapter’s “Essential Question, Big Idea” • What technologies are used when designing new medical devices? • Students will be able to answer the daily objectives within this PowerPoint to a 70% degree of efficiency.

    6. Lesson Plan

    7. PowerPoint Presentations for Technology By R. Thomas Wright The Goodheart-Willcox Company, Inc. Tinley Park, Illinois www.g-w.com

    8. Section 9 Applying Technology: Meeting Needs through Biorelated Technologies

    9. Chapter 31 Medical and Health Technologies

    10. Chapter 31 Medical and Health Technologies Read Pages 614-620 Day 1

    11. Copy The Following Big Idea& Objectives Big Idea: What technologies are used when designing new medical devices? 1. What are the roles of science and technology in wellness and illness? • What are the four major factors involved in wellness? 1. 3. 2. 4. 3. What are some technological products in exercise and sports? 4. What is medicine? 5. Name some different kinds of health care professionals.

    12. Copy The Following Objectives • What are the roles of science and technology in wellness and illness? • What are the four major factors involved in wellness? 1. 3. 2. 4. 3. What are some technological products in exercise and sports? 4. What is medicine? 5. Name some different kinds of health care professionals.

    13. Chapter 31 Medical and Health Technologies Read Pages 620-631 Day 2

    14. Copy The Following Objectives 6 . How are technological devices used in diagnosing illnesses and physical conditions? 7. How do diagnostic imaging systems work? 8. How are technological devices used to treat illnesses and physical conditions? 9. How is a new drug developed? 10. What kinds of technologies have biomedical engineers developed? 11. How is technology used in surgical procedures?

    15. Copy The Following Objectives 6. How are technological devices used in diagnosing illnesses and physical conditions? 7. How do diagnostic imaging systems work? 8. How are technological devices used to treat illnesses and physical conditions? 9. How is a new drug developed? 10. What kinds of technologies have biomedical engineers developed? 11. How is technology used in surgical procedures?

    16. Chapter 31 Medical and Health Technologies Day 1

    17. North High School Tech High Jessica Weckesser and Brianna Clampo viewing cells and researching blood cells. Students labeling the structures of a sheep heart.

    18. What changes can you make to this design to make you a Millionaire?Just like Washington County's Jerry Spessard.Think about it, we will come back to it later.

    19. Wellness and Illness • Wellnessinvolves proper diet and regular exercise. Exercise Gene Movie • Illnessincludes diseases, sickness, and injuries caused by accidents. • Science provides knowledge about the human body and health. • Technology provides the tools and equipment needed to achieve wellness and treat illness. Software cure movie

    20. Technology and Wellness Four major factors to a wellness program: • Nutrition and diet: Food selection and processing impacts fitness and energy levels. Nutrition Movie • Environment: Air and water purifiers improve the quality of air and water. • Stress management. Movie; Reduce Stress • Physical fitness.

    21. Exercise Two major types of exercise: • Anaerobic exercise • Maintained for short intervals of time. Includes weight lifting and sprinting. • Aerobic exercise • Must be maintained for at least twenty minutes. Includes walking, jogging, and swimming.

    22. Discussion What are some benefits of exercise? Movie

    23. Technology and Exercise • Special shoes and clothing are designed to help in physical activities. • Exercise equipment including treadmills, stationary bikes, stairclimbers, which improve health and well-being. • Home gyms are multistation exercise machines that provide a complete workout program. • Movie: What make exercise good

    24. Sports • Games or contests that involve skill, physical strength, and endurance. • Traced back to prehistoric times. • Their value has been reinforced by medical proof of the benefits of physical exercise. • Used as a way to maintain health and well-being.

    25. Sports and Technology • Technological products include playing fields or venues, game equipment, and personal protection. • Each game, sport, or contest uses specific venues, game equipment, personal clothing, and protection equipment.

    26. Playing Venues • Playing courts, fields, and buildings are the result of construction technology. • A playing venue has a playing surface, goals, and constraints. • Basketball has a wood, concrete, or asphalt playing surface. • A rim and backboard as a goal. • Painted lines as constraints.

    27. Technology and Playing Venues • Technology improves natural playing surfaces: • Special grasses for golf courses. • Fertilizers encourage grass to grow. • Snow-grooming equipment prepares and renews the surfaces of ski runs. • Snow-making equipment supplements natural snow for skiing. • Movie: Snow Bacteria

    28. Snow-Making Equipment

    29. Technology and Game Equipment • Game equipment for different sports is designed to specifications. • Specifications are developed by groups who establish rules for playing the sport. • Includes hockey pucks, sticks, baseball bats, balls, tennis rackets, tennis balls.

    30. What changes did you come up with?The next slide is what Jerry came up with because his daughter got her tooth knocked out during a softball game.

    31. Technology and Personal Protection • Movie Clip • Personal protection includes: • Clothing made from fabrics that wick perspiration away from the body or shed rain. • Special shoes developed to provide foot support and absorb shock. • Protective gear like helmets in football, hockey, and baseball. Gameface Jerry Spessard Lives in Washington County Click Picture and Name for two different Websites

    32. Discussion How can competitive sports work against wellness?

    33. Medicine • Medicinehelps people live longer and lead more active lives. • Includes searching for new drugs, treatments, and technology. • Involves health care professionals working with patients who are ill or injured. Movie: Asthma Medicine

    34. Goals of Medicine • Diagnosis • Performed by conducting interviews, physical examinations, and medical tests. • Treatment • Involves medical procedures to cure the illness or condition. • Prevention • Includes wellness programs that promote exercise, proper diet, and immunization.

    35. Health Care Professionals Treating disease or injury requires: • Physicians: Diagnose diseases and injuries. • Nurses: Assist physicians. • Nurse practitioners: Diagnose and treat common illnesses. • Physician assistants: Deliver basic health services. • Medical technologists: Gather and analyze specimens. • Dentists: Diagnose diseases of the gums and teeth. • Dental hygienists: Assist dentists in surgery. • Pharmacists: Dispense prescription drugs.

    36. Routine Diagnostic Equipment • Routine diagnostic equipmentgathers general information about the patient and includes: • Scales to determine the patient’s weight. • Thermometers to determine body temperature. • Diagnostic tools that measure the oxygen in the blood, stethoscopes, tools that measure blood pressure.

    37. Noninvasive Diagnostic Equipment • Noninvasive diagnostic equipment includes four types of radiology: • X-ray machines: Detects fractures in bones, shadows on the lungs. • Computerized tomography: Produces a digital image. • Magnetic resonance imaging: Used to avoid hazards associated with X rays. • Ultrasound: Millions of pulses are sent each second in a typical procedure.

    38. Where can I work inWashington County Robinwood Medical Center

    39. Class Work • Answer Objectives # 1-5 • Test Your Knowledge - Page 632 - # 1-6 • Work on projects • Five Students to Answer Objectives • Timer • Homework - Vocabulary & Unfinished Work

    40. Review #1 What are the roles of science and technology in wellness and illness? Science provides knowledge about the human body and health. Technology provides the tools and equipment needed to achieve wellness and treat illness.

    41. Review #2 What are the four major factors involved in wellness? Nutrition and diet Environment Stress management Physical fitness

    42. Review #3 What are some technological products in exercise and sports? Exercise: Special shoes, clothing, equipment (treadmills, stationary bikes, stairclimbers, rowers, and home gyms). Sports: Playing fields or venues, game equipment, personal protection clothing, and equipment.

    43. Review #4 What is medicine? The science and technology used in treating and preventing disease.

    44. Review #5 Name some different kinds of health care professionals. Physicians nurses Nurse practitioners physician assistants medical technologists dentists dental hygienists pharmacists.

    45. Day 2

    46. X-Ray Machines • X-rays pass through solid materials like paper and human tissue. • Denser materials, like human bones, absorb some or all of the electromagnetic waves. • Dyes are injected into the body so the heart, kidneys, or gallbladder can be x-rayed.

    47. X-Ray MachinesMovie 5 Minutes Career Path (GE Medical Systems)

    48. Computerized Tomography (CT) • Produces three-dimensional images of any part of the body. • The scanner rotates around a patient’s body and sends a thin X-ray beam at many different points.

    49. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) • Safer imaging techniques that use magnetic waves instead of X rays: • The magnetic field lines up the protons in the patient’s tissues. • A beam of radio waves spins these protons. • Signals are picked up by a receiver in the scanner. They are processed by the computer to create images of the body.

    50. Ultrasound Machines • Subjects the body to high-frequency sound pulses using a probe. • The probe picks up reflected sound waves that are then processed by a computer to produce a photograph or moving image. • The probe is moved along the surface of the body or angled to obtain different images.