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EMERGENCY
Joint Commission International.
Joint Commission International.

2nd Year

10.MICROBIOLOGY 40 HOURS
Introduction
Micro-organism
Disinfections and antiseptics
Sterilization and asepsis
Antibacterial agents
Infections:  Source/entry/spread of infection
Non-specific immunity
Immunity-Natural/acquired
Allergy and hypersensitivity
Outline of Common pathogenic bacteria

11.PATHOLOGY

40HOURS
Introduction
Bacterial, viral parasitic infection
Inflammation and repair
Hemorrhage, shock embolism, thrombosis
Tuberculosis, leprosy and typhoid
Deficiency diseases
Tumors
Blood
Respiratory system
Bone and joints
Skin
Urinary system
Central nervous systems
Rheumatoid arthritis
Scleroderm and psoriasis
Diseases of Muscle including poliomyelitis and myopathies

Volkmann’s ischemia

12. GENERAL  MEDICINE & GENERAL SURGERY

145  HOURS

Infection
Hematology
Respiratory Tract
Cardiovascular system
Bone, joint and connective tissue disorders
Renal diseases
Metabolic diseases
Geriatrics
General and plastic surgery
Abdominal surgical incisions
Post operative complications
Classifications of burns
Medical management of burns
Deformities due to burns
Prevention and treatment measures
Burns rehabilitation

13. PAEDIATRICS

50 HOURS

Growth &development of child ,pediatrics
Maternal and neonatal factors in high risk regnancy
Community health program
WHO, national and local bodies
Cerebral palsy
Muscular dystrophy
Spinabidifa
Stills’ disease
Acute CNS infection
Normal diet of newborn and child
Lung infections

14. PHARMACOLOGY

20 HOURS
Introduction to pharmacology
Terminology
Classification of drugs
Factors influencing the dosage of drugs and their action
Autonomic pharmacology
Drug allergy and toxity mechanism of drug action
Principles of drug administration and route of distribution, excretion of drugs, factors  influencing drug action, dosage and factors modifying it.
Definition, action, indication, contra – indication, adverse reactions

15.OBSTETRICS AND GYNECOLOGY

20 HOURS
Review the  anatomy of female pelvis and embryonic and foetal development
Outline the physiological skeletal changes during pregnancy, delivery and post-partum period.
Describe an ante-natal programme in preparation for labour:
Outline the mechanism of labour and post-natal management
Outline the pre-disposing factors and the role of exercises in the management of stress incontinence and prolapse uterus
Complications of child birth
Pre-natal and post natal exercises

16. BASIC NURSING & FIRST AID

40 HOURS

Introduction
First Aid Emergencies
Skeletal Injuries
Respiratory Emergencies
Wounds and Hemorrhage
Shock and Unconsciousness
Transportation of the injured
Community Emergencies
Community Resources

17. EXERCISE THERAPY

250 HOURS
Mechanics
Muscle actions
Pelvic tilt
Starting positions
Movements
Passive movements
Active movemts
Progressive resisted exercises
Muscle grading
Re-education of muscles joint mobility
Goniometry
Crutch walking
Relaxation
Posture
Gait
Coordination
Suspension therapy
Hydrotherapy
Complications of bed rest

18. MASSAGE

80 hours
History
Mechanical points to be considered
Manipulation technique
Physiological effects and uses
Indications and contraindications
Massage for upper limb
Massage for lower limb
Massage for back
    Massage for face

19. BIOMECHANICS

80 HOURS

Mechanics
Joint structure and function
Muscle structure and function
The vertebral column
The shoulder complex
The elbow complex
The wrist and hand complex
The hip complex
Knee complex
Ankle and foot complex
Posture Gait

20. PT IN VETERINARY SCIENCES

 

 10 HOURS
Comparative Anatomy
Observation and examination
Causes of injuryTreatment and rehabilitation