Syllabus of- Certificate-In-Paramedical Technology

SYLLABUS OF – Certificate-In-Paramedical Technology

 

SL. No Subject code 

 

Name of the subject

  

     T     P     C

                           MARKS

Theory

Practical

Total

Cont. assess

Final exam.

Cont. assess

Final exam.

1

1821

Clinical medicine with Pediatrics

2

6

4

50

50

60

40

200

2

1822

Surgery

2

6

4

50

50

60

40

200

3

1823

Gynecology & Obstetrics

2

6

4

50

50

60

40

200

4

1824

Eye. ENT

2

6

4

50

50

60

40

200

5

1825

First Aid & Bandaging

2

3

3

50

50

30

20

150

6.

7526

Field Training

0

6

2

60

40

100

Total

10

33

21

250

250

330

220

1050

 

 

Clinical Medicine with Pediatrics

Sub-Code:-1821

T          P          C

2          6          4

Objectives: At the end of the course students will be able to –

  1. state cause of disease
  2. describe clinical features (sign & symptoms)
  3. advise for required investigation, management and referral

 

Sl. No

Topic/Lesson

Theory (No. Class)

1

Alimentary tract and pancreatic disease: Oral thrush, Gum bleeding, Glossitis, Vomiting, Constipation, Irritable bowel syndrome (IBS), Peptic ulcer disease, Hematemesis, Malena, Amebic dysentery, Bacillary dysentery, Diarrhoea, (acute & chronic)

04

2

Liver and biliary tract disease: Dehydration, Cholecystitis, Jaundice, Hepatitis A & B, Cirrhosis of liver, Ascites

02

3

Respiratory disease: Cough, Hemoptysis, Dyspnoea, Pneumonia, Pleural effusion, Lung abscess, Bronchial asthma, Pulmonary tuberculosis

03

4

Kidney and genitourinary disease: UTI, Nephrotic syndrome, Renal failure, Cystitis

02

5

Cardiovascular disease: Hypertension, Angina pectoris, Myocardial infarction, Rheumatic fever, Heart failure

02

6

Blood disorders: Anemia

01

7

Skin disease: Eczema, Scabies, Ring worm (Tineasis)

8

Brain & neurological disease: Headache, Migraine, Vertigo, Syncope, Coma, Meningitis, Cerebral hemorrhage (stroke), Epilepsy

03

9

Endocrine disease: Hypothyroidism, Hyperthyroidism, Diabetes mellitus

01

10

Medical psychiatry: Depression, Anxiety neurosis, Hysteria

03

11

Musculoskeletal disorders: Rheumatoid arthritis, Rickets, Osteoarthritis, Back pain

12

Sexually transmitted disease: Syphilis, Gonorrhoea, AIDS

03

13

Pediatric disease: Neonatal jaundice, Infantile convulsion, Asphyxia neonatorum

                                                                                                            Total   =               24

Practical: 24 classes

 

  1. Art of history taking of patient illness
  2. Physical examination: General and systemic
  3. Pulse: definition & normal range, measuring technique, clinical importance
  4. Body temperature: Measuring technique, temperature chart
  5. Blood pressure: definition & normal range, measuring technique, clinical importance
  6. Anaemia & jaundice: definition & normal range, measuring technique, clinical importance
  7. Odema: definition, measuring technique, clinical importance
  8. Prescription writing

 

Surgery

Sub-Code:-1822

T          P          C

2          6          4

Objectives: At the end of the course students will be able to –

  1. identify surgical problems
  2. refer the patient properly

 

Sl. No

Topic/Lesson

Theory (No. Class)

1

Infection and wound: Abscess, boil, cellulitis, wound & wound dehiscence, Sterilization

02

2

Gastro-intestinal tract disease: Intestinal perforation, Intestinal obstruction, Appendicitis & appendicular lump, Anal fissure and hemorrhoids, Hernia and hydrocele, Pyloric stenoss

04

3

Liver and biliary tract disease: Liver abscess, Cholelithiasis, Choledocholithiasis, Biliary ascariasis, Jaundice

03

4

Respiratory disease: Pneumothorax, Pleural effusion, Lung cancer

03

5

Kidney and genitourinary disease: Retention of urine, Kidney stone, Ureteric stone, Benign enlarged prostate, Urethral stricture

06

6

Injury: Head injury, Road traffic accident

01

7

Orthopedic disease: Dislocation of shoulder joint, Dislocation of temperomandibular joint, Fracture of bone

03

8

Surgical contraception (Tubectomy & vasectomy): definition, indication, procedure (facts), complication

02

Total   =               24

 

Practical: 24 classes

 

  1. Care of wound
  2. Intramuscular (I/M) and intravenous (I/V) injection
  3. Catheterization
  4. Insertion of naso-gastric tube
  5. Techniques of enema
  6. Techniques of skin stitching

 

 

 

Gynecology and Obstetrics

Sub-Code:-1823

T          P          C

2          6          4

Objectives: At the end of the course students will be able to –

  1. identify gynecological problems
  2. manage & refer the patient accordingly
  3. diagnose pregnancy and conduct ante-natal check up
  4. identify risky pregnancies and refer

 

Sl. No

Topic/Lesson

Theory (No. Class)

1

Common terminology: Para, Gravida, Nullipara, Multipara, LMP, EDD, Oligohydramnios, Menorrhagia, Polymenorrhoea, Dysmenorrhoea, Cryptomenorrhoea, PID, Fetal presentation, Lie, Purperium, Involution & sub-involution of uterus

02

2

Gynecological disease: Leucorrhoea, Fibroid uterus, Genital prolapse, Abnormal uterine bleeding (DUB), Endometriosis (chocolate cyst), Cervicitis, Cervical cancer, postmenopausal syndrome

03

3

Normal pregnancy: definition, sign & symptoms, Lab tests

01

4

Ectopic pregnancy: definition, sites, complications

01

5

Hyperemesis graviderum: definition, sign & symptoms, treatment

01

6

Antenatal care: definition, aim, objectives, activities

02

7

Pre-eclamsia and eclampsia: definition, cause, clinical feature, management

01

8

Abortion: definition, types, management

03

9

APH and PPH: definition, cause, clinical feature, management

01

10

Molar pregnancy: definition, cause, clinical feature.

01

11

Normal labour: sign & symptoms, stages, management, difference between true and false pain

03

12

MR: definition, types, procedure, complication

01

13

Episiotomy: definition, indication and complication

01

14

Caesarian section: definition, indication, complication

01

15

Infertility: definition, diagnosis, cause, management

01

16

Contraceptive methods: definition, types, indication, contra-indication, usages

02

Total   =               24

 

Practical: 24 classes

 

  1. History taking of gynecological and obstetric patients
  2. Examination of gynecological patients
  3. Calculation of EDD
  4. Examination of obstetric patient
  5. Contraceptive methods
  6. Techniques of episiotomy

Eye and ENT

Sub-Code:-1824

T          P          C

2          6          4

Objectives: At the end of the course students will be able to –

  1. diagnose common eye problems
  2. diagnose common ENT problems
  3. manage & refer the patient accordingly

 

Sl. No

Topic/Lesson

Theory (No. Class)

1

Common eye diseases: Conjunctivitis, Stye & calagion, Eye changes in vitamin-A deficiency, Corneal ulcer, Blepharitis, Dacrocystitis, Cataract, Refractive errors of eye, Squint, Foreign body in eye, Pterigium, Night blindness, Corneal ulcer

12

2

Common ENT diseases: Foreign body in ear, impacted wax in ear, Otitis media (acute & chronic), rupture of tympanic membrane, Mastoiditis (acute & chronic), Epistaxis, Nasal polyp, Deviated nasal septum, Sinusitis, Allergic rhinitis, Pharyngitis, Tonsilitis (acute & chronic), Facial palsy

12

Total               =            24

 

 

Practical: 24 classes

 

  1. Examination of nose
  2. Procedure of stoppage of nasal bleeding (epistaxis)
  3. Examination of ear
  4. Examination of tonsil
  5. Determination of refractive errors

 

 

First Aid & Bandaging

Sub-Code:-1825

T          P          C

2          3          3

 

Objectives: At the end of the course students will be able to –

  1. care of medical and surgical emergencies
  2. respond to manage life threatening situations
  3. provide first aid for minor injuries

 

Sl. No

Topic/Lesson

Theory (No. Class)

1

General aspects: definition and objectives of first aid, principles of first aid, signs of life threatening conditions, role of first aid provider, Content of first aid box.

04

2

Care of common life threatening emergencies: Respiratory distress/arrest, choking, Shock, unconsciousness, Bleeding (hemorrhage), Burn, Snake bite, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), drowning

04

3

Fracture: definition, sign & symptoms, transportation of patient with fracture, first aid, complication

04

4

Dislocation: definition, clinical feature and management of dislocation of shoulder joint and temperomandibular joint, complication

04

5

Care of minor injuries: wound, injury to bone including spinal injury, chest injury, burn & scald, eye injury

04

6

Poisoning: causes, how to avoid poisoning in children, general treatment of poisoning, kerosene oil poisoning, Dhutura poisoning, Organophosphorus poisoning, insecticide poisoning, Banbiturate poisoning.

04

Total   =             24

 

 

Practical: 12 classes

 

  1. Demonstration of CPR
  2. Bandage
  3. Collar and cuff sling
  4. Repositioning of dislocated joints (shoulder joint, temperomandibular joint)

 

 

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