Facilities for preclinical lab courses
Preclinical lab courses in dental medicine and human medicine
In the study programmes for dental medicine and human medicine, the diverse equipment for the scientific lab courses is used (e.g. equipment for the taking of ECGs and for blood pressure measurement, as well as software and hardware for the simulation of physiological experiments, microscopes, electrophoresis apparatuses, centrifuges, photometers and blotting apparatuses). In the teaching and research pavilion, the lab courses in biology, chemistry, biochemistry etc. can be carried out under optimal conditions. A dissection room for small-group instruction on human preparations was set up for the lab courses in anatomy and preclinical surgery. An Anatomage Table is also available. An advanced emergency medicine training dummy, which is also borrowed by the Red Cross for training purposes and which is able to simulate various emergency situations realistically, is in use.
Preclinical lab courses in dental medicine
For the students, a high-quality dental propaedeutics laboratory with 50 places was built. In addition, there are two phantom rooms with 72 student and two master places available. In addition to the usual phantom courses “Dental Conservation”, “Paedodontics” and “Prosthetics”, an exclusive phantom course called “Digital Technologies in dental medicine and CAD/CAM” is held, using the appropriate equipment (oral scans, software and hardware, 3D printers). Shortly before the start of the first patient treatment, the students receive the final interdisciplinary training course “Clinical Perfection” on the phantom.