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REPORT
WORKSHOP ON
THIRD PROFESSIONAL B A M S - SYLLABUS
KERALA UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCES
1
CONTENT
Page No.
1. Subjects in Term I and II
2. Total Hours as per C C I M
3. Total Hour Distribution
4. Time table
5. Term Exam – Time table and Portions
6. Examiners
7. Syllabus and Hour distribution
8. Oral & Practical
9. Appendix
2
TERM DIVISION
FIRST TERM
SECOND TERM
Class
10 months
5 months
Study leave
1 month
1 month
Examination
1 month
1 month (Starting
thecourse out day)
12 months
6 months+1 month exam
Total
at
TERMS AND SUBJECTS
TERM
SUBJECTS
CHARAK SAMHITA
TERM - I
PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM STRI ROGA
KAUMARBHRITYA
PANCHAKARMA
KAYACHICHIKITSA
TERM - II
SHALYATANTRA
SHALAKYA TANTRA
Distribution of Hours
SUBJECTS
CCIM
CHARAK SAMHITA
100
PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM STRI ROGA
150
KAUMARBHRITYA
90
PANCHAKRMA
100
KAYACHICHIKITSA
300
SHALYA
210
SHALAKYA TANTRA
210
Total
1160
3
DISTRIBUTION OF HOURS
FIRST TERM SUBJECTS
SUBJECTS
Weekly
Monthly
Total
CCIM
CHARAK SAMHITA
3 (SAT)
11
110
100
PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM
STRI ROGA
4
16
160
150
KAUMARBHRITYA
3 (SAT)
11
110
90
PANCHAKRMA
3
12
120
100
Weekly
Weekly
SUBJECTS
(I term )
(II term)
TOTAL
CCIM
KAYACHICHIKITSA
3
12(2 SAT)
350
300
SHALYA
3
5
220
210
SHALAKYA TANTRA
3
5
220
210
SECOND TERM SUBJECTS
TIME TABLE – FIRST TERM –Junior prof
DAYS
9 -10
10 - 11
11- 12
12- 1
2–3
3-4
MON
CT
CT
Panchakarma
Salyam
Salakyam
Prasuti
TUES
CT
CT
Kaumaram
Carakam
Salyam
Salakyam
WED
CT
CT
Prasuti
Kaumaram
Panchakarma
Carakam
THUR
CT
CT
Kayachikitsa
Prasuti
Kayachikitsa
Panchakarma
FRID
CT
CT
Salakyam
Kayachikitsa
Prasuti
Salyam
SATU
CT
CT
Carakam
Kaumaram
4
TIME TABLE – SECOND TERM –SeniorProf
DAYS 9 -10
10 - 11
11- 12
12- 1
2-3
3-4
MON
CT
CT
Kayachikitsa
SALAKYAM
Kayachikitsa
SALYAM
TUES
CT
CT
Kayachikitsa
SALYAM
SALAKYAM
Kayachikitsa
WED
CT
CT
Kayachikitsa
Kayachikitsa
SALYAM
SALAKYAM
THUR
CT
CT
SALYAM
SALAKYAM
Kayachikitsa
Kayachikitsa
FRID
CT
CT
SALAKYAM
Kayachikitsa
Kayachikitsa
SALYAM
SATU
CT
CT
Kayachikitsa
Kayachikitsa
TERM EXAMINATION
SUBJECTS
4TH month
8TH month
10TH month
CHARAK SAMHITA
1ST internal
2nd internal
MODEL
PRASUTI
TANTRA
EVUM STRI ROGA
1ST internal
2nd internal
MODEL
KAUMARBHRITYA
1ST internal
2nd internal
MODEL
PANCHAKRMA
1ST internal
2nd internal
MODEL
KAYACHICHIKITSA
1ST internal
SHALYA
SHALAKYA TANTRA
TH
th
15 month
17 month
2nd internal
3rd internal
MODEL
1ST internal
2nd internal
3rd internal
MODEL
1ST internal
2nd internal
3rd internal
MODEL
Examination – Examiners for Oral
SUBJECTS
Internal
External
CHARAK SAMHITA
1
1
PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM STRI ROGA
2
1
KAUMARBHRITYA
1
1
PANCHAKRMA
1
1
KAYACHICHIKITSA
2
2
SHALYA
2
2
SHALAKYA TANTRA
2
1
5
CHARAK SAMHITA
(Uttarardha: Chikitsa – Kalpa - Siddhi Sthan)
Theory One Paper – 100 Marks ,
Lectures
Practical/Viva voice
– 50 Marks
- 100
The marks of theory examination & number of lecture hours are distributed as
follows
Sl. No
Name of the Sthan
Lectures
(Proposed)
First
Chikitsa sthanTotal chapters– 30
term
Detailed Study– 20 Chapters 1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10,15,16,
17,18,19,20,
.
48
Non Detailed – 10 Chapters 11,12,13,14,
Second
term
Chikitsa sthanDetailed Study 21,27,28,29
48
Non Detaild-22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 30
Kalpa sthanTotal chapters– 12Detailed study– Concepts,
Synonyms, Botanical identification, Importance, General
Indications, Collection & Processing, Specialities of all
Drugs in 12 Chapters
Non Detailed study– General Awareness on different
yogas in all chapters
Third
Siddhi sthan
term
Total chapters– 12
4
The marks of practical examination are distributed as follows
1.
Chart preparation / Compilation - 05 marks
2.
Case sheet writing regarding treatment – 05 marks
3.
Prescription writing by examining the patients in
OPD & IPD in hospital. – 05 marks
4.
40 Marks
Oral presentation (Presentation of 10 Shlokas, orally
and in writing related with samprapti and chikitsa sutra)
- 5 marks
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5.
Viva - Voice - 20 marks
6.
Internal Assessment
10 Marks
Parameters for internal Assessment
Memorizing and describing two shlokas weekly, discipline, oral and
written presentation and other activities.
Other activities include following instructions:
(1) Memorizing two shlokas weekly
(The shlokas should be memorized along with Padvibhaga, Anvaya, Bhavartha and
practical applicability. log book of memorized shlokas, corrected and signed by the
class teacher is to be submitted at time of examination.)
(2)
Passage writing
(3)
Speech related to Charaka
Mandatory Recommendations for implementation
1. A separate daily OPD for Samhita department (Basic principle) in the hospital
should be established for the application of specific principles of treatments
mentioned in Charaka Samhita.
2. At least 100 patients should be examined and treated for various diseases
according to principles of treatment of Acharya Charaka for that specific disease.
3. Minimum ten beds for patients should be arranged in the IPD of the hospital.
Text Books Recommended
1. Charaka Samhita -Chakrapani Teeka (Sanskrit Commentary)
2. Charaka Samhita (Hindi Commentary)
Vd. Jayadev Vidyalankar or Vd. Atridev Vidyalankar or
Prof. Gorakh nath Chaturvedi & Kashinath Shastri or
Dr. Brahmanand Tripathy or
Dr. Ravidutta Tripathy
3. Charaka Samhita (English Commentary):
Dr. Ram Karan Sharma & Vd. Bhagwan Dash or Acharya Priyavrata Sharma.
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. PANCHAKARMA
Theory One Paper
Practical one
Lectures
– 100 Mar
– 50 Marks
- 100
Hospital Training – 3 Months
Protocol for Clinical Training
General Learning Objective
1. To learn the panchakarma and allied treatment procedures.
2. To know the preparation of medicines for procedures.
3. To know about the drugs and instruments used in treatment procedures.
Specific Learning Objective
The reason for selection of the procedure
•
The preparation of the patient
•
Method of procedure.
•
The pathya vihara / ahara of the procedure
•
The assessment of ayoga, atiyoga and samyak yoga
•
The management of complications
•
Identification of drugs, Quantity, method of preparation in procedures
•
Identification of instruments, characteristic features
•
Model S L O (see annexure
Teaching Learning Method
First week of clinical posting
•
Teach the procedures in dummy
o
Abhyangam, Pizhichil, Dhanyamla dhara, Pinda sweda, Sirovasthi, Talapothichil
and Takra dhara
•
Vamana , Vasthi and Nasya will be taught with the help of CD
Next week onwards
•
Teach the procedures in theatre and ward under supervision of teachers/PGs
•
Conduct
•
case presentation by each student(2 or 3 students each week)
•
Conduct group discussion on one day each week
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Evaluation
•
Mock practical examination on the last day of posting
•
Assignments and rough records to be submitted on the last week
•
Assignments-eg: assess samyak sweda lakshana in 5 patients
o
Assess samyak virikta lakshana in 5 patients
o
Advice peyadikrama in a patient who underwent vamana
o
Advice pathya ahara and vihara to a patient before and after sneha pana
Duties and responsibilities
HOD
Introductory class
•
Monitors case presentations and discussions
•
Overall monitoring and evaluation of clinical classes
Reader
•
One class in a week
•
Monitors case presentations and discussions
Lecturers -2
•
Conducts clinical classes in the dummy, theatre and ward
First term
I. INTRODUCTION (5hours)
1) Introduction to Panchakarma, their importance and utility in the treatment - 30 mts
2) Relation of Panchakarma with Shodhana therapy (purification therapy)
- 30 mts
3) Three-fold Karma
- 1 hour
i) Poorva karma (pre operative procedure):- General knowledge, importance and utility
of Poorva karma (Pachana, Deepana, Snehana, & Swedana)
ii) Pradhana karma (Operative procedure)
iii) Pashchat karma (Post operative procedure)
4) Usefulness of Shodhana (purification therapy) according to the seasons
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- 1 hour
5) General precautions (pariharya vishaya) during Panchakarma
6) Relevance of Panchakarma in present era
- 1 hour
7) Specifications of Panchakarma theatre and necessary equipments
– 1 hour
II. SNEHANA (15hours)
1) Etymology and definition of Sneha and Snehana (Oleation therapy)
-15mts
2) Types of Sneha, Qualitative utility of Sarpi, Taila, Vasa and Majja
- 30mts
3) Different categories of Snehayonis (sources).15mts
4) Need of Rukshana before snehana and Samyak rukshana lakshanas
– 1 hour
5) Types of Snehana – Bahya and Abhyantara (external and internal oleation therapy),
Snehapaka
– 1 hour
6) Knowledge of
a. Yamaka sneha, Trivrit sneha, Maha sneha, Panchaprasrutiki Sneha, Achcha sneha,
Pravicharana, sneha, Sadya sneha, Avapidaka Sneha, Shodhana, Shamana and
Brimhana Sneha
– 2 hour
b. Hrasiyasi,Hrasva,Madhyama And Uttama Sneha
– 2hour
7) Indications and contraindications for Snehana
– 1hours
8) Sneha Procedures: 3hours
Abhyantara Shodhananga Sneha Vidhi:
Poorvakarma: Roga and rogi pareeksha, including relevant diagnostic techniques,
Koshta pareeksha and Agni nirnaya, preparation of the rogi & fixation of dose
– 1 hour
10
Pradhana
karma:
Adminitration
of
Sneha
&
Anupana,
ObservationJeeryamana/Jeerna/Ajeerna/Asnigdha Lakshanas, Samyak Yoga, Ayoga/Atiyoga
Lakshanas, Vyapats & their managemen according to Ayurveda & Modern Systems of
Medicines.
Pashchat karma: Pariharya vishaya & Planning of Shodhana. Shamana and Brimhana
Snehana Vidhi, Chirakaleena Sneha Vyapats, and their management.
– 4 hours
9) Diet and regimens during Snehana
10) Introduction to Bahirparimarjana Chikitsa
– 1 hour
– 1 hour
11) Detailed knowledge about procedure and utility of following Bahyasnehanas
(External oleation therapy) – Abhyanga, Samvahana, Mardana, Unmardana, Utsadana,
Padhaghata, Murdhni Taila, Pichu, Karna Poorana & Akshi Tarpana
– 1 hour
11) Snehana Kamukata
12) Digestion and Metabolism of Fat
– 30mts
– 30mts
III. SWEDANA (19hours)
1) Etymology and definition of Sweda and Swedana (Sudation)
2) Swedana dravyas and their properties
- 1 hour
3) Methods to protect the vital organs (varjya anga) during Swedana Procedure.Ten
Types of Niragni Sweda, Different types of Sagni Sweda
- 1 hour
4) Knowledge of Shodhananga and Shamana Sweda
- 30mts
5) Indication and contra- indications of swedana
- 30mts
6) Detailed Knowledge about Utility of below mentioned Swedana procedures:Patrapinda Sweda, Shashtika Shalipinda Sweda,Churna Pinda Sweda, Jambeera Pinda
Sweda, Dhanya Pinda Sweda, Kukkutanda Sweda, Anna lepa, Valuka Sweda, Ishtika
Sweda, Nadi Sweda, Bashpa Sweda, Ksheera bashpa sweda, Avagaha Sweda, arisheka
Sweda(Pizichil, Dhanyamla Dhara, Kashaya Dhara,Ksheera Dhara) & Upanaha Sweda
- 6 hours
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7) Features of Samyak Yoga (Proper Sudation), Atiyoga (Excessive Sudation),
Heenayoga (Inadequate Sudation) and Vyapat of Swedana and their Management
2 hour
8) Diet and regimens during and after Swedana
- 1 hour
9) Swedana karmukata (Mode of action of Swedana Chikitsa)
- 1 hour
10) Introduction to Bahirparimarjana Chikitsa: Study Lepa, Gandusha, kavala, ShiroLepa
(Tala potichil), Talam, Udvartana, TakraDhara,kati,Janu, Basti, Greeva and Urobasti
(Tarpana)
- 5 hours
11) General Knowledge about current Sudation techniques (Sauna bath, Steam bath,
Infrared therapy)
- 1 hour
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SECOND TERM
IV. VAMANA (13hours)
1) Etymology, definition and Inroduction of Vamanakarma
- 30mts
2) Importance and utility of Vamana Karma
- 30mts
3) Kosta nirnaya and Agni pareeksha in Vamana karma
- 1 hour
4) Indications and Contraindications for Vamana
- 1 hour
5) General properties of Vamaka Dravyas
- 1 hour
6) Preservation and Knowledge of Vamaka and Vamanopaga dravyas
- 1 hour
7) a. Detailed study of Madana Phala, Kutaja, Yashti, Vacha and Nimba
Poorva karma:
b. Snehana & Swedana, diet & regimen prior to Vamana
hour
Karma
c. Preparation of formulation for Vamana Karma
d. Dose & Method of administration
Pradhana karma:
e. Administration of drugs and Observation, and Assistance of Vegas, Upavegas
and Matra
Knowledge of Laingiki, Antiki and Maniki Shuddhi
f. Features of Samyak yoga (Proper Shuddhi), Atiyoga (Excessive Shuddhi),
Ayoga (Inadequate Shuddhi) and their management
Pashchat karma:
g. Samsarjana(Peyadi,Tarpana and Rasa Samsarjana krama) Pariharya vishaya
& Parihara Kala
h. Vyapats & their management according to Ayurveda & Modern Systems of
Medicines
- Total 6 Hrs
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8) Vamana Karmukata (Mode of action of Vamana)
- 2 hour
V. VIRECHANA KARMA (19hours)
1) Etymology, definition, introduction, Importance, Utility & Classification of Virechana
Karma
- 1 hour
2) Knowledge of Anulomana, Sramsana, Bhedana, Rechana, karma with examples
- 1 hour
3) General properties of Virechana Dravyas
- 1 hour
4) Detailed study of following Virechana drugs Trivrut, Eranda, Aragvadha, Katuki and
Jaipala
- 1 hour
5) a. Knowledge of Virechana kalpanas, their properties,
b. dose, anupana and method of administration
- 2 hours
6) Knowledge of Koshta Nirnaya and Agni vivechana
- 1 hour
7) Indications & Contra-indications for Virechana
- 1 hour
8) Significance of Vamana before Virechana
- 1 hour
9) Virechana Vidhi (Procedure for Virechana)
- 9 hours
Poorva karma:
a. Snehana & Swedana
b. Diet & regimen prior to Virechan Karma
Pradhana karma:
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Administration of drugs and Anupana,
Observation, Assessment of Vegas, Upavegas and Matra.
Knowledge of Laingiki, Antiki and Maniki Shuddhi,
Features of Samyak yoga (Proper Shuddhi)
Atiyoga (Excessive Shuddhi), Heenayoga (Inadequate Shuddhi) and their
management.
Pashchat karma :
h. Samsarjana(Peyadi,Tarpana and Rasa Samsarjana krama)
i.
Pariharya vishaya & Pariharakala
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j.
Vyapats & their management according to Ayurveda & Modern Systems of
Medicines.
10) Virechana Karmukata (Mode of action of Virechana)
- 1 hour
VI. BASTI (25hours)
1) Etymology, definition, introduction, utility, and importance of Basti Karma
- 1 hour
2) Types of Basti based on Karma, Sankhyas, Adhisthan & Matra
– 1 hour
3) Knowledge of different Basti yantras, their significance and utility
- 1 hour
4) a.Indications & b. Contra-indications for Anuvasana Basti and Asthapana Basti
- 2 hours
5) Knowledge of Anuvasanopayogi and Asthapanopayogi dravyas
- 1 hour
6) Adimistration of Basti:
- 6 hours
Poorvakarma (Pre-operative procedure):
a.Preparation of Basti dravyas
b.Fixation of dose & Preparation of Patient
Pradhana karma (Operative procedure):
c. Basti Pranidhana vidhi (Administration of Asthapana, Anuvasana
d. Observation
of
Basti
and Matra Basti)
pratyagamana,
e. Samyakyoga, Atiyoga, heenayoga lakshanas and their management.
f. Paschat karma (post operative procedure): Pariharya vishaya, Parihara Kala Diet and
regimen after Basti
7) Detailed knowledge of Basti Vyapats and their management
- 4 hours
8) Study of following Vishishta Bastis:
- 5 hours
Piccha Basti,Ksheera Basti,Yapana Basti, Madhutailika Basti, Erandamooladi Nirooha
Basti, Panchaprasrutika Basti, Kshara Basti, Vaitarana Basti, Krimighna Basti,Lekhana
Basti,Sarvarogahara Nirooha Basti, Brimhana Basti, Vataghna Basti, Pittaghna Basti
and Kaphaghna Basti.
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9) Knowledge of Uttara Basti, Importance of Uttara Basti, Uttara Basti Yantra, dravyas
and their dosage in Uttara Basti
- 2hours
10) Detailed knowledge of administration of Uttara Basti in to mutrashaya (IntraVesical)
and Garbhashaya (intra uterine)
- 1 hour
11) Basti karmukata (Mode of action of Basti)
- 1 hour
Last term-Model exam –Total syllabus
NASYA (14hours)
1) Etymology, definition, introduction & Significance of Nasya karma
- 1 hour
2) Knowledge about dravyas (Medicines) used for Nasya karma
- 1 hour
3) Classification of Nasya in detail
- 1 hour
4) Indications and contraindications of Nasya
- 1 hour
5) a. Knowledge of dosage of Dravyas (Medicines) and b. time of administration in
different type of Nasya
- 2 hours
6) Nasya Procedure
- 2 hours
a. Poorvakarma (Pre-operative procedure): Prepartation of Patient.
b. Pradhana Karma (Operative procedure): Admnisitration of Nasya.
Paschat Karma (post operative procedure): Parithara Kala, Diet and regimen after
Nasya.
7) a. Detailed Knowledge of features of Samyakyoga (Proper),
b. Ayoga (Inadequate), Atiyoga (Excessive) of Nasya and their management.
- 2 hours
8) Pathya-Apathya during Nasya karma
- 1 hour
9) Administration of Navana, Marsha, Pratimarsha, Avapeedaka, Dhmapana and
Dhooma Nasyas
- 2 hours
10) Nasya Karmukata (Mode of action of Nasya Therapy)
- 1 hour
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VIII. RAKTA MOKSHANA AND VYAYAMOPACHARA (10hours)
1) a.Definition
b. Utility and Significance of Raktamokshana
- 1 hour each
c. Knowledge of different techniques of Raktamokshana
- 2hours
2) Indications and contraindications for Raktamokshana
- 1 hour
3) Rakta mokshana karmukata (Mode of Rakta mokshana)
- 1 hour
4) Basic Knowledge of Physiotherapy
- 2 hour
5) Knowledge of emergency management in complications such as Water &
Electrolyte imbalance, hypo- volamic shock, Haematemisis, Epistaxis, Bleeding per
rectum, acute abdomen etc.
- 3 hours
Examination Scheme
THEORY -WEIGHTAGE OF Marks
INTRODUCTION
-
5 MARKS,SNEHANA
- 10
SWEDANA
-
15,VAMANA
- 10
VIRECHANA
-
10 ,VASTI
- 20
NASYA
-
10 ,RAKTAMOKSHA
- 10
PHYSIOTHERAPY
- 5
EMERGENCY MEDICINE
- 5 PRACTICAL / CLINICAL
CCIM
Practical Record – 10 Marks Practical – 15 marks ,Viva-voice– 25 Total – 50 marks
Recommendations 1) Practical RecordRecord (10 procedures) - 3 Marks
Compilation
3 Marks,Worksheet
- 4 Marks, Total – 10 marks
II) Practical
Identification (Instruments / Drugs)
– 5 marks
Procedure
– 10 marks,
III) Viva-voice
Total – 15 marks
– 25 marks
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PRASUTI TANTRA EVUM STRI ROGA
Theory Two Papers
– 100 Marks Each
Practical- one
– 100
Theory Lectures
– 150,
Hospital Training – 3 Months
MARKS AND HOURS DISTRIBUTION OF THE TOTAL SYLLABUS
Prasutitantra & Streeroga
No
Topic 1ST INTERNAL 4 MONTHS
Hours
1
. Introduction and scope of Prasuti Tantra (obstetrics).
3HRS
Stri Sharir VigyanEtymological origin of the word Stri, Vayobhedena
Stri sangnya. (Nomenclature of Stri accordingto age). Normal and
abnormal conditions of Asthisandhi peshi Sahita Stri Shroni (Soft &
Bony
Pelvis) and its obstetrical importance, Shroni mapana (pelvic
assessment) – Artavvaha andStanyavaha strotamsi. Tryavarta yoni
(Female internal and external genitalia). Stri Vishishta,Peshi Marmani.
2
Rajo Vigyan
3HRS
Description of Raja, Artava and concept of Shukra in Stri. Prathama Rajo Darshana
(Menarche),Rituchakra - Rajakaal- Ritukaal – Rituvyatitakaal- Menstrual cycle and their
regulation byendocrine glands – Rajasvala Charya. Ritumati Lakshana, Ritumaticharya,
Importance ofRitukaal in Garbha dharana.
3
. Garbha Vigyan
7HRS
i) Garbhasya paribhasha, Garbhadhanavidhi, Garbhavakranti, Garbha Sambhava
samagri(factors essential for conception), Garbhakara bhava, Panchabhautika
composition ofGarbha, Garbhalingotpatti, Garbhasya Avayavotpatti, Masanumasika
Vridhi of Garbha(Monthwise development of foetus), Garbha Varnotpatti (Origin of
complexion in foetus),Garbha Poshana (Nutrition of Garbha), Garbhangasamstithi
(attitude), Garbhastithi,Asana, Uday (lie, position, presentation), fetal skull, Garbha
Vikriti.
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ii) Apara (Placenta) Garbha Nabhinadi (Umbilical cord), Garbhodaka (Amniotic f l u i d ) 2HRS
,Jarayu (Foetal membranes)- Formation, Development, Function, Normalcies and their
abnormalities. Ulba (vernix caseosa).
5
Garbhinivigyan
4
18
i) Lakshana of Sadhyograhita Garbha, Lakshana of Vyakta Garbha, Garbhini Nidana
(Diagnosis of Pregnancy), Pumsavana vidhi,
6
ii). Garbhini vyavastha: Garbhini Paricharya (Ante Natal care, examination investigation 4
and
management), Garbha Upaghatakara Bhava, Dauhrida
7
iii. Garbha Vyapada: Garbhasrava and Garbhapata (abortions), Upavishtaka, Nagodara /
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Upashushka, Leena garbha, Antarmrita garbha (Intrauterine Foetal death), Garbha
shosha,
Mithyagarbha (Pseudocyesis), Raktagulma, Hydatid form mole. Ectopic pregnancy
I.U.G.R,
Bahugarbhata, Rh-incompatibility – causes, clinical features, complications and
treatment.
8
Part B
12
Prasava Vigyan (Parturition)
Prakrit Prasava (Normal Labour):
Prasavahetu,
Prasava Paribhasha, (Definition of Prasava)
Prasavkaala, Sutikagara;- Nirmana, Sangrahaniya Dravyani, Sutikagara, Praveshavidhi,
Labour
Room, Garbhasan, Prasavavastha; Prajayani/ Upasthita Prasava/ Prajanishyamana/
Asannaprasava Avastha, Avi. Mechanism of Labour, Prasavaparicharya - clinical features
and
management of normal labour, Partogram, Jatamatraparicharya, (care and resuscitation
of
newborn).
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. Paper II STRI ROGA Part A
2
Congenital malformations of female genital tract.
10
Artava vyapad
9
Artava Vriddhi, Kshaya, Ashta Artava Dushti, Asrigdara, Abnormal Uterine Bleeding,
Anartava
(Amenorrhoea), Alpartava (hypo and Oligomenorrhoea).
11
Shukra vigyana
2
19
Description of Shukra, Shukra Vriddhi, Kshaya, Shukra Dusti their Hetu, Lakshana and its
Chikitsa, Normal Semenogram.
TOTAL
11
SECOND INTERNAL
1
Garbhini Vyapad / Garbha Vyapad
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4
i) Garbhini - Alpabala vyadhaya (Minor ailments of Pregnancy) – Hrillasa (Nausea),
Chhardi
(emesis), Aruchi, Atisara (Diarrhoea), Vibandha (Constipation), Arsha, Udavarta, Pada
Shotha, Parikartika, Vaivarnya (Discoloration), Kikkisa etc.
ii) Garbhini - Balavan Vyadhaya (Major Diseases of Pregnancy) Pandu (Anaemia), Jwara,
6
Shotha (oedema), pregnancy induced Hypertension, Toxemias of Pregnancy, Prasava
Poorva Rakta Srava (Antepartum Haemorrhage) Causes, Clinical Features, Complications
and Treatment of all diseases, High risk Pregnancies
Prasava Vyapad (Disorders of Labour)
15
Akaala Prasava (Preterm labour), Kalatita Prasava (post term labour), Vilambita Prasava
(prolonged labour) Induction and augmentation of labour Yoni Samvarana, Cervical
Dystocia,
Cephalo Pelvic Disproportion, Fetal Distress. Mudagarbha; - Definition, Etiopathology,
Clinical
features, Types, Prognosis (Sadhyasadhyta), Treatment Aushadhi, Mantra, Shastra,
Yantrachikitsa Garbha stithi parivartana (version), Forceps Delivery, Ventouse Delivery.
Muladharachhedan (Episiotomy), Udarapatanapurvaka garbha Nirharana, Ceasarean
Section.
Aparasanga (Retention of Placenta), Prasavottara Raktasrava (PPH), Its causes, clinical
features
and treatment, Maternal distress, Prasavajanya Janananga Abhighata, Uterine Inversion,
Amniotic Fluid Embolism etc.
Yoni vyapadani –Sankhya, Nidana, Lakshana, Upadrava evam Chikitsa with all possible
20
modern correlations
20
Vandhyatva (Infertility – Causes, Types, Investigations and Management) Yoni Kanda, 8
Yoni
Arsha, Granthi and Arbuda of Yoni (Benign and Malignant tumours of Genital Tract)
Pelvic
Infections including Sexually Transmitted Infections and their Management, Rajonivrutti
Sutika Vigyan – Sutika Paribhasha, Sutika Kaal, Changes during Sutika avastha (Sharirika
5
and Manasika), Sutika paricharya.
Sutika Roga – Number of Sutika Roga, Causes, Clinical features, Prognosis and treatment
6
of Sutika Jwara, Shotha and Makkala and other complications.
TOTAL
111
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THIRD SESSION Stanya Vigyan – Stana Stanya Pariksha, Stanya Sampat. Stanya Dusti, Stanyakshaya,
2
Stanyavridhi – their causes, clinical features and treatment.
Stanaroga
3
Stanagranthi, Stanavidradhi (Abscess), Stanashopha (Mastitis) their Etiopathology,
Clinical features, Diagnosis, Prognosis, Treatment and Complications.
Atyayika Chikitsa in Prasuti (Emergency care in Obstretics) Pharmacotherapuetics of the
3
drugs used in Obstretic emergencies, PNDT Act, MTP Act.
Sthanik Chikitsai) Snehana, Svedana, Uttarabasti, Pichu, Varti, Lepana, Dhupana, 4
Dhavana, Dahana,
Ksharakarma etc. Practical knowledge of all these procedures along with indications,
complications and management.
ii) Importance of Panchakarma in Stri Roga.
1
Shastra Karma
9
i) Surgical procedures their Indications, Contraindications, Purvakarma (PreOperative),
Pradhanakarma (Operative), Paschatakarma (Post-operative),
Complications and Management.
ii) Garbhashayamukha Vistrutikarana (Cervical Dilatation) & Garbhashaya Lekhana
IHR
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(Curettage),
Garbhashaya
Mukhadahana
(Cauterization
of
Cervix),
SwasthaneGarbhashaya Sthapana (Repair of Genital Prolapse), Arshanirharana
(Excisionof Polyp),
Granthi evum Garbhashaya Nirharanasya Samanya Gyana
(Hysterectomy), Female Surgical Sterilization.
iii) Removal of different type of Cysts, Marsupilisation, PAP smear, Endometrial and
Cervical Biopsy.
Stri roga Sambandhita Pramukha Aushadhi. Prasuti & Stri Roga Chikitsa Upayogi
Yantra Shastra Parichaya and Vyadhivinischaya Upaya (Investigative and
Diagnostic Aids ).
Basic knowledge of Laproscopy, Hysteroscopy, Hysterosalpingography, USG,
X-RAY, Colposcopy. Garbhanirodhaka Upaya.
Parivar Niyojana, Reproductive and Child Health Care. AIDS/HIV control
programme and importance of current National Program
Total
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PRACTICAL
Content of Practical
1. History taking and examination of antenatal and gynecological cases.
2. Observation of 10 labour cases.
3. Practical knowledge of performing Sthanika Chikitsa
4. Observation of surgical procedures mentioned above.
5. Identification, uses, demonstration of surgical instruments and method of
Sterilization.
Distribution of Marks
1. Case Record 10 Marks
2. Case Taking (2 Cases) 30 Marks
3. Identification of drugs and models 20 Marks
4. Viva - voce 40 Marks
Total marks-100 marks
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KAUMARBHRITYA
Theory One Paper - 100 Marks
Practical
- 100 Marks
Lectures
- 90
Hospital Training – 1 Month
1. The total subject will be divided in three terms as follows
a. first term
36 hours
b. second term 36 hours
c. third term
18 hours
TOTAL
90 hours
2. for the first term following topics of the CCIM syllabus will be adopted
a. total part A of the CCIM syllabus
b. 4,7, and 8 of the B part of the CCIM syllabus
3. for the second term following topics of the CCIM syllabus will be adopted
a. point 1 to 11C of the B part of the CCIM syllabus except points4,7,&8
4. for the third term following topics of the CCIM syllabus will be adopted
a. from the 11 (d) point of the CCIM syllabus to point 16 of the CCIM syllabus
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MARKS AND HOURS DISTRIBUTION OF THE TOTAL SYLLABUS
No
Topic
FIRST TERM-4MONTHS
Hours
1
General introduction of Kaumarabhritya (ayurvedic paediatrics):
1
Definition, importance, description and etymological
interpretationsof terminologies used in Kaumarabhritya.
2
Vayobheda (classification of age): Garbha, baala, kaumara;
Ksheerada,ksheerannaada
Kaumarabhritya
3
&
annaada,
etc.Importance
1
of
Kasyapasamhita
in
Navajaata Sisu paricharya (neonatal care): Care of the
3
samayapurvajaatasisu (preterm), purnakaalikasisu (full term),
And samayapaschaatajaatasisu (post term neonate), naabhinaala chhedana(cutting of
umbilical cord), complication of improper cutting of umbilical cord and its treatment.
4
Praana Pratyaagamanam (neonatal resuscitation): Methodology;
2
complications and their management (ayurvedic and modern view)
5
Navajaata sisu pareekshana (examination of new born): Ayu
2
pareekshana (including lakshanaadhyaaya)modern approach of neonatal examination
including gestational age assessment.
6
Kumaaragaara (nursery, NICU and paediatric ward)
1
Dhaatri (wet nurse): Dhaatriguna and dosha (characteristics of wetnurse), concept of
human milk banking
7
Navajaatasisuposhana (nutritional aspects including neonatalfeeding):Specific feeding 3
schedule as per ayurvedic texts and modernconcept;stanasampat (characteristics of
normal breast), stanya sampat(propertiesof normal breast milk), stanyotpatti and
prasruti (physiology of lactation), stanya sanghattana (composition of breast
milk),stanyapareekshana (examination of breast milk), stanya-piyusha(colostrum);
stanyapaanavidhi (method for breast feeding), stanyakshayaStanyanaasa (inadequate production and absence of breastmilk), stanyabhaave pathya
vyavastha (alternative feeding in theabsence ofbreast milk), various other feeding
methods.
8
Stanyadosha (vitiation of breast milk): Stanyadosha (vitation of breastmilk), 2
stanyashodhana (purification of breast milk), stanyajanana andvardhanopakrama
(methods to enhance breast milk formation).
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9
Garbhavridhivikaasakrama: Saamaanyaparichaya (general
3
introductionto normal fetal growth from conception to full term maturity),saareerika
vriddhi, maanasika evam saamaajikavikaas (physical,mentaland social growth &
development; Anthropometry-measurementandtheir interpretation.
10
Importance of kreedaabhumi (play ground) and Kreedanaka (toys),kumaaradhara (child 1
caretaker)
11
Poshana (nutrition): Normal requirements of nutrients fornewborn, infant and children, 1
common food sources, saatmya andasaatmya aahaara (compatible and incompatible
diet)
12
Samskaaraas: Jaatakarma, nishkraamana, upaveshana, annapraasana,karnavedhana, 1
choodaakarma, upanayana and vedaarambha.
13
Dantotpatti evam danta raksha vidhi (dentition and dental care):
1
Dantasampat (characteristics of healthy teeth), danta nishekaevamdantotbeda (eruption
of teeth), dantotbhedajanyavikaara (dentition disorders).
14
Vyaadhikshamatva: General concepts of bala (immunity) and methodsof balavriddhi.
1
15
Lehana (electuries)- importance, uses and various types ofLehana
1
16
Knowledge of National programmes related to child healthcare:
1
Reproductive and child health (RCH) programme, community childhealth programmes,
nutritional programmes, national immunizationprogramme and other programmes
incorporated by Govt. ofIndia,time to time.
17
Prasava Kaaleena abhighaata (birth injuries): Shwaasaavarodha (asphyxia), 3
upasheershaka (caput succidaneum and cephalohaematoma), Sastraaghaatajanya: Facial
paralysis, erb’s paralysis,Bhagna (fractures).
18
Prasavottara vyaadhi (neonatal disorders): Navajaata Kaamala (NeonatalJaundice), 5
Navajaata netraabhishyanda (neonatal conjuctivitis),naabhiroga (umbilical disorders),
mastishkaaghaata (cerebral palsy),rakta vishamayata (neonatal septicaemia), rakta
vaishamayata(Rhincompatability),raktasraavi
vikaara
(Haemorrhagic
disorders),
ulvakaroga.
18
Dushta stanyapaanajanya vyaadhi (disorders due to vitiated milk):cow’smilk allergy, 3
charmadala (infantile atopic dermatitis), ksheeraalasaka,kukunaka (conjuctivitis),
ahiputana (napkin rashes).
TOTAL
36
hours
SECOND TERM EXAMINATION TOPICS
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NO
TOPIC
MARKS
1
Baalaroga saamaanya chikitsa siddhaanta (general principles of treatment in 3
children), Baalaroga pareekshaavidhi-shadvidha, ashtavidha, dashavidha pareeksha
evam sisu vedana parigyana (examination of diseased child and diagnostic methodsayurvedicAnd modern).
2
Aushadhi maatra nirdharana - According to vaya, bhaara evam
1
Aushadhi kalpana (drug doses according to age, weight and drugpreparations)
3
Specific therapeutic procedures in children: Panchakarma
3
Procedures specific to paediatric age group.
4
5 Sahajavyaadhi _ (congenital disorders): Sahaja hridaya vikaara (congenital cardiac 5
disorders) jalasheerashaka (hydrocephalus), khandaoushtha (cleft lip), Khanda-talu
(cleft palate), sanniruddha guda(anal stricture/imperforated anus), pada-vikriti
(talipes
equinovarusandvalgus),
tracheoesophageal fistula (TOF),
spina
bifida,meningeocoele,meningeomyelocoele, pyloric stenosis.
5
Anuvanshika vyaadhi (Hereditary diseases): Down syndrome, turner syndrome, 4
myopathy, thalassemia, sahaja prameha (juvenile diabetes).
6
Kuposhanajanya vyaadhi (nutritional disorders). Kaarshya, phakka, baalashosha and 4
parigarbhika (protein energy malnutrition), vitamin and micronutrient deficiency
disorders, hypervitaminosis.
7
Aupasargika vyaadhi (infectious diseases): Karnamulasotha (mumps),romaantika 9
(measles), rubella, masurika (chicken pox), rohini(diphtheria), kukkura-kaasa
(whooping cough), dhanurvaata (tetanus),krimiroga (worm infestations), dengue,
malaria, poliomyelitis,rajayakshma (tuberculosis), jeevaanujanya yakrit shotha
(hepatitis).
8
Praanavaha srotas: pratishyaaya (common cold), kaasa (cough), Swaasa (respiratory 2
distress syndrome), tamaka swaasa (bronchial asthma), utphullika, swasanaka jwara
(pneumonia/pneumonitis, bronchiolitis), gala sotha (pharyngitis, laryngitis),
taalukantaka (tonsilitis).
9
Annavaha srotas: Ajirna (indigestion), atisaara (diarrhoea), chhardi (vomiting), 3
vibandha (constipation), mukhapaaka (stomatitis), gudapaaka (proctitis), parikartika
(anal fissure), udarasoola (infantile colic), pravaahika (dysentry), gudabhramsa (rectal
prolapse).
10
Rasavaha srotas: Jwara (fever), paandu (anaemia),
2
mridbhakshanajanya paandu (anaemia associated with clay eating/pica)
TOTAL
36
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PORTIONS FOR THE THIRD INTERNAL EXAMS
NO
TOPIC
1
Raktavaha srotas: Kaamala (jaundice), raktapitta (haemorrhagic disorders), 2
krimija hridroga (infectious cardiac diseases including rheumatic heart
diseases),
uchcharaktachapa
(hypertenstion),
yakridpleehodara
(hepatospleenomegaly).
2
Maamsa-medovaha srotas: Apachi (lymphadenitis), galaganda (goitre), 1
gandamaala (cervical lymphadenopathy), sthaulya(obesity).
3
Mutravaha srotas: Mutraaghaata (anuria), mutrasanga (retention of urine), 2
mutrakriccha (dysuria), vrikkasotha (glomerulonephritis and nephrotic
syndrome).
4
Anyabaalavikaara (miscellaneous paediatric disorders: Pangutwa (locomotor 5
disorders), vaamanatwa (dwarfism), jadatwa (mental disorders), Apasmaara
(epilepsy), kushtha (skin disorders), madhyakarnasotha (otitis media),
karnasraava (ottorrhoea).
5
Behavioral disorders of children, their management and counselling: Breath 2
holding spell, sayyaamutra (bed wetting), autism, ADHD (Attention Deficit and
Hyperactive Disorders).
6
Aatyayika Baalaroga prabhandhana (paediatric emergency management): 2
Shock and anaphylaxis, fluid and electrolyte management, drowning,
poisoning, foreign body aspiration, hemorrhage, acute renal failure, febrile
convulsion, status asthmaticus.
7
Baalagraha: General description, types, clinical features and Management
8
Various ayurvedic & modern procedures and investigations in paediatric 2
practice.
TOTAL
HOURS
2
18
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KAYACHICHIKITSA
As Per CCIM
Theory Three Papers
- 100 Marks Each
Practical/Viva voice
- 150 Marks
Lectures
- 300
Hospital Training
- 9 Months
Proposed Lecture Hour Distribution
Paper – 1 – 70 Hours
Part A – 25 Hours
Part B – 45 Hours
Paper – 2 – 150 Hours
Part A – 100 Hours
Part B – 50 Hours
Paper – 3 – 80 Hours
Part A –40 Hours
Part B – 40 Hours
Note: Common to all papers of Kayachikitsa – Wherever the phrase “Management of
diseases” is mentioned in the syllabus, it invariably should include different classical
preparations which should include relevant Vati, Gutika, Bhasmas/Pishti, Kuti Pakwa
Rasayana,
Ghrita,
Taila,
Avaleh
,Churnas,
Kashayas
and
Lepas
along
with
appropriate dose, time of administration, duration of treatment required, and
relevant Pathyapathya and post thrarapeutic advices.
SYLLABUS DIVISION FOR TERM EXAM - KUHS
Kayachikitsa Papers 1-3
(300 lectures)
1st Term Exam
Paper 1
1. Derivation of the terms ‘Kaya’, ‘Chikitsa’ and their definitions and synonyms. Definition
of ‘Kayachikitsa, Definition of ‘Bheshaja’. Types and detailed description of Bheshaja
and Chikitsa, Knowledge about Chikitsa Chatushpada.
( 3 hours)
2. Importance of Kriya Kaala according to stages of Dosha and their
management.
( 2 hours)
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3. Chikitsa sutra and Management of vriddhi (increased) and kshaya (decreased) of
Dosha, Dhatu and Mala, Ojo Vyapat (Kshaya, Visramsa and Vyapat) and its
management. Chikitsasutra and Management of Sama-Nirama states, Chikitsa Sutra
and Management of ‘Samanyaja and Nanatmaja’ diseases, Roga-Anutpattikara Chikitsa,
Roga Prashamana Chikitsa (Doshapratyanika, Vyadhipratyanika, Ubhayapratynika),
Doshopakrama, Chikitsa sutra and Management of Sthanartara Dosha (Ashayapakarsha,
Anuloma/Pratiloma gati of Dosha, Vimarga gamana of Dosha), Knowledge of Lina Dosha
& its management, Diagnosis, Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Avarana and of Dhatu
Pradoshaja diseases, Importance of Dosha, Dushya , Bala, Kaala, Agni, Prakriti, Vaya,
Sattva
Satmya,
Desha,
Ahara
and
stageof
diseases
in
treating
them.
( 10 hours)
4. Detailed
description
of
Dvividhopakrama
(Santarpana
and
Apatarpana)
and
Shadavidhopakrama (Rookshana, Snehana, Swedana, Sthambhana, Langhana and
Brihana). Detailed description of Shodhana, Shamana and Nidana Parivarjana.
Knowledge of Aushadha matra, Sevan kaala and Anupana, Definition and Knowledge
of Pathya-Apathya with examples of diseases of various systems.
( 5 hours)
5. Detailed description of Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Jwara and its types.
( 15 hours)
Paper II
1. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Pranavaha Srotas such as - Kasa,,
Shwasa,
Hikka,
Rajayakshma,
Urakshata,
Bronchiectasis,, Emphysema and COPDs.
Parshwashoola,
Bronchitis,
( 15 hours)
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2nd Term Exam
Paper I
6. Relevant Ayurvedic management according to Samprapti ghataka of following types
of Fevers-Typhoid, Pneumonia, Pleurisy, Influenza, Mumps, Meningitis, Encephalitis,
Tetanus, Yellow fever, Plague ,Dengue Fever, Chikun Guniya, Leptospirosis,Viral Fever,
Anthrax, Masurika (Small pox), Laghu Masurika (Chicken pox). and Romantika Measles).
( 8 hours)
7
Knowledge of National Health programmes and the relevant Ayurvedic management
of the following diseases enlisted by World Health Organisation- Malaria, Filaria, Kala
Azar, Leprosy, Tuberculosis, AIDS
.
( 5 hours)
8 . Introduction of general principles of maintenance of health and management of
diseases of following systems of Medicine- Yoga, Naturopathy, Unani, Siddha
Homeopathy, Accupuncture, Accupressure, Modern medicine, Physiotherapy and
Rehabilitation.
( 5 hours)
Paper II
2. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Udaka vaha Srotas such asShotha, Jalodara, Trishna,Acid - Base & Electrolyte Imbalance.
(13 hours)
3. Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Annavaha Srotas such as –
Agnimandya, Aruchi, Ajirna, Anaha, Atopa, Adhmana, Alasaka, Vilambika, Visuchika,
Chardi, Grahani,Amlapitta, Gulma, Shoola, Bhasmaka and Acid peptic disorders.
( 20 hours)
3rd Term Exam
4.
Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Rasavaha Srotas such as - Pandu,
Amavata, Madatyaya, Hridroga, Hridshoola, Hypotension, Hypertension.
( 12 hours)
5.
Chikitsa sutra and Management of the diseases of Raktavaha Srotas such as 31
Raktapitta, Kamala, Kumbhakamala, Halimaka, Daha, Mada, Murcha, Sanyasa,
Vatarakta, Plihadosha, Yakrut, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis of Liver, Leukaemia, Kushta Kilasa,
Visarpa, Sheetapitta, Udarada, Kotha and medically manageable Kshudra Roga.
( 20 hours)
6. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Mamsavaha Srotas and Medovaha Srotas such
as-Gandamala, Mamsashosha, Arbuda, Apachi, Prameha, Sthoulya, Karshya,
Diabetes Mellitus and Dyslipidaemia.
(6 hours)
Paper III
1. Principles of treatment and management of Vata Vyadhi such as - Pakshavadha,
Ekangavata, Sarvangavata, Ardita, Avbahuka, Kati Graha, Manyastambha, Gridhrasi,
Vishwachi, Khalli, Khanja, Pangu, Padaharsha, Padadaha, Vatakantaka,
Kroshtukashirsha and Types of Udavarta. Parkinsonism (Kampavata), Gatavata (Dhatu
gata and Ashayagata), Avarana Vata.
( 20 hours)
2. Nidana and Chiktsa of Urusthambha, Gullian Barrie syndrome, Muscular Dystrophy,
Myasthenia Gravis, Motor Neurone Diseases and Neuralgia
( 8 hours)
Paper III
6.
Derivation of the term ‘Manas’, its sthana (place), Guna (qualities) and Karma (functions).
Introduction and Definition of Kama, Krodha, Lobha, Moha, Mada, Matsarya, Shoka, Bhaya,
Vishada, Dainya, Harsha and Pragyaparadha.
( 6 hours)
7. Nidana and Chiktsa of the folllowing disorders - Unmada-Apasmara-AtattvabhiniveshaIntroduction and Management of Anxiety disorders, Stress induced disorders, Depression,
Somatoform and Mood disorders, Psychosexual Disorders. Importance of Daivayapashraya,
Sattwavajaya, Adravyabhuta Chikitsa. Medhya Rasayana in the management of Manasa Roga.
Introduction to Bhuta Vidya with special reference to diagnosis and management of disorders in
the field.
( 15 hours)
Paper II
7. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of ‘Asthi and Majjavaha Srotas such as Osteomyelitis
(Asthimajja Vidradhi), Osteoporosis (Asthisoushirya), Sandhigata Vata (Osteo Arthritis).
( 4 hours)
8. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of diseases of Mutravaha Srotas such as -Mutrakricha,
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Mutraghata, Ashmari, Cystitis, Nephritis,Nephrotic Syndrome, Renal Failure.
( 10 hours)
9. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of diseases of Purishavaha Srotas such as – Atisara,
Pravahika, Arsha and Purishaj Krimi.
(13 hours)
.
Paper III
3. Diseases of different Endocrine Gland -such as Thyroid, Parathyroid, Pituitary and
Adrenal Glands and their Ayurvedic management.
( 6 hours)
4. General introduction and principles of Management of diseases produced by Genetic,
Environmental and Iatrogenic factors. Disorders due to drug and Food allergy and
their management.
8.
(3 hours)
Management of Vardhakyajanita vikara, Indriyapradoshoja vikara, Vibandha, Kandu,
Alziemers Disease, Sleep disorders, General debility.
9..
( 6 hours)
Etiopathogenesis and Modern management of following diseases – Anthrax, Chicken
Pox, Chikun Guniya, Dengue Fever, Encephalitis, Influenza, Leptospirosis, Measles,
Meningitis, Mumps, Plague, Pleurisy, Pneumonia, Small pox, Swineflu, Tetanus,
Viral Fever, Yellow fever
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Description
and
Typhoid,
( 10 hours)
Management
of
following
Emergency Conditions-
Acute
Haemorrhage,Hypertensive Emergencies, Acute abdominal pain (Renal colic, Biliary
colic,Gastritis,Pancreatitis,
Oliguria,Congestive
Heart
Peritonitis
Failure
and
Appendicitis),
,Myocardial
Acute
Infarction/Angina,
Abdomen,
Shock,
Anuria/
Syncope,
Convulsions,Hyperpyrexia, Hyperglycaemia, Hypoglycaemia, Status Asthmaticus, Acute
Respiratory distress Syndrome , Drowning and Electric shock.
( 10 hours)
12 . Derivation, definition and synonyms of Rasayana, historical importance of Rasayana
and its benefits. Indications of Rasayana therapy. Classification of Rasayana.
Kutipraveshika and Vatatapika Rasayana. Indications of Vatatapika Rasayana.
Knowledge of Kayakalpa, Achara Rasayana. Procedures of Kutipraveshika kalpa,
Poorvakarma and specific schedules to be followed after Kutipravesha, benefits of
Kutipraveshika Rasayana, duration of application, Rasayana yoga and directions for
Their use. Determination of dose of Rasayana according to age. Rules and regulationafter
Rasayana therapy, Indications of Rasayana therapy, Importance of Vitamins inRasayana
therapy, Vitamin deficiency diseases and their treatment.
( 14 hours)
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Fourth term- last
13.
Vajikarana
-
Derivation,
definition,
synonyms,
necessity,
benefits,
Historical
importanceand indications of Vajikarana. Appreciation of females, Criticism of childless
men,Symptoms of good Shûkra (Semen), Vajikaran Dravya and Aushadhi.
14.
Properties, doses, methods of administration, ingredients and methods of formation
of Rasayana & Vajikarana formulation.
15.
Classification and importance of Vajikarana Dravya.
( 5 hours)
Paper II
10. Chikitsa Sutra and Management of Sexually Transmited Diseases, such as - Phiranga
(Syphilis), Puyameha (Gonorrhoea), Upadamsha (Chanchroid).
( 5 hours)
Paper III
5. Treatment of Motion Sickness. General introduction, types and Management of
diseases caused by Vyadhi Kshamatwa Hinata (Immuno deficiency disorders and
auto Immune Disorders).
10.
( 3 hours)
Nutritional deficiency disorders, Acid - Base & Electrolyte Imbalance and related
clinical conditions.
(5 hours)
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PRACTICALS (As Per CCIM)
Hospital Training
9 months
1.
General patient training
5 months
2.
Department of Manas roga
15 days
3.
Department of Communicable diseases
15 days
4.
Department of X-Ray and Laboratory
1 month
5.
Emergency Services in Kayachikitsa
2 months
Distribution of Practical Marks
150 Marks
1. Daily routine work (CCIM)
Proposed 3 separate Clinical Records
15
marks
Kayachikitsa – 30 Cases
Manoroga – 10 Cases
Rasayana & Vajikarana – 10 cases
(Total Marks 9+3+3)
Minimum 8 and maximum 14 marks
2. Compilation / Project Report (CCIM)
Proposed Assignments
20
marks
Compilation of 25 pages on Selected Diseases– 10 marks
(Minimum 6 and Maximum 09 Marks)
Assignments – Monitoring 10 patients IPD treatment and
submitting a project on it – 10 marks
3. Viva-voice (CCIM)Marks -
70 mrk
4. Patient examination (CCIM)
45
marks
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Proposed Mark Distribution
Case writing – 10
Accuracy of Diagnosis – 5
Formulation of line of treatment -10
Awareness on yoga and selection of drugs – 10
Selection of Karma (Procedure) / Rasayana – 10
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SHALAKYA TANTRA
Theory Two Papers – 100 Marks Each TOTAL-200
Practical/Viva voice
Lectures
– 100 Marks
- 210
MODULE I 4 MONTHS---1st term
PAPER I PART A
Introduction Shalakyatantra nirukthi, Parichayam, Ithihasam
3 hrs
Netra rachana shareeram (Mandala, Patala, Sandhi,
Drushti Vichara)
2 hrs
Netra & chakshu Kriya shareera ancient and modern view.
6 hrs
Netrapareekshanopayogi Yantra Shastradi jnanam
2 hrs
Netraroganam – Samanya Hethu (Nija and agantuja),
Poorvaroopa, Samprapti, Roopa and chikitsa
4 hrs
Classification of netraroga as per Ayurvedic and Modern
view point and its importance
2 hrs
Sandhigatarogas
Etiology, pathology, classification and prognosis
1 hr
clinical features and management of sraavarogas
3 hrs
clinical features and management of parvani,alaji
1 hr
clinical features and management of upanaha,krimigrandhi
1 hr
Acute and chronic Dacryocystitis - aetiology, pathology,
aetiology, pathology, signs & symptoms and management.
2 hrs
Epiphora, Blepharitis, Lacrimal cyst - aetiology, pathology,
signs & symptoms and management.
1 hr
Knowledge about Dacryocystectomy and dacryocystorhinostomy 1 hr
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PAPER II
PART A
Shiroroga
Importance and Superiority of Shira
1 hr
Generalised and Specific Etiology, pathology, classification,
clinical features and management of sirasoolas,ardhavabhedaka,
sooryavartha, sankhaka,ananthavata etc as
detailed in literature of Ayurveda
5 hrs
Generalised and Specific Etiology, pathology, classification,
clinical features and management of kapalarogas as
detailed in literature of Ayurveda
6 hrs
Headache, its differential diagnosis and treatment
differential diagnosis and treatment of diseases of Scalp
TOTAL
5 hrs
48 HOURS
I INTERNAL EXAMINATION
MODULE II
4 MONTHS
-2nd term
PAPER I PART A
vartmarogas
Sankhya, Etiology, pathology and classification of vartmarogas
1 hr
clinical features and management of utsangini,
anjananaamika, lagana
Hordeolum externum, Chalazion
2 hrs
clinical features and management of kumbheekavartma,
sikatavartma andvartmasarkara
1 hr
clinical features and management of pothaki
and trachoma
1 hr
clinical features and management of nimesha,krichronmeela
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and blepharospasm
1 hr
clinical features and management of vatahata,
lagophthalmos and ptosis
1 hr
clinical features and management of all types of
vartma arsas
1 hr
clinical features and management of vartmarbudam,
alaji and lid growths
1 hr
pakshmoparodham,pakshmasatam,kukoonaka
1 hr
trichiasis,entropion and ectropion
1 hr
utklishtavartmas, klinnavartma and aklinnavartma
1 hr
lekhana and bhedana
1 hr
PAPER I PART B
suklagatarogas
Etiology, pathology and classification of suklagatarogas
1 hr
clinical features and management of
arma and pterygium
2 hrs
sirotpatam,sirajala,siraharsha,sirapidaka
1 hr
scleritis and episcleritis
1 hr
arjuna,subconjunctival haemorrhage
1 hr
valasagradhita and sukthika
1 hr
xerosis
1 hr
krishnagatarogas
Etiology, pathology and classification of krishnagatarogas
1 hr
clinical features and management of
savranasukla and avranasukla
1 hr
kshatasukla
1 hr
Ulcerative and Non Ulcerative Keratitis - aetiology,
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pathology, symptoms and management.
2 hrs
sankhasukla, corneal opacity
1 hr
pakathyayasukla and hypopyon ulcer and uveitis
1 hr
ajakajatha and staphyloma
1 hr
sirasukla
1 hr
uveitis
1 hr
netrapareeksha
2 hrs
PAPER II
Karna rogas
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Karna (Ear)
& Shravanendrya in Ancient and Modern Medical literature
1 hr
Examination of Ear
1 hr
Generalised and Specific Etiology, pathology, classification
Of karnarogas
1 hr
clinical features and management of
karnasoola and otalgia
1 hr
badhirya,karnanada and karnaksweda
1 hr
tinnitus and deafness, sound pollution
1 hr
poothikarna,karnasrava,krimikarna,karnavidradhi
and
karnakandu
1 hr
ASOM, CSOM, otomycosis
1 hr
Tympanoplasty
1 hr
Karna sandhana( Auroplasty) fundamentals and method of
Vaikritapaham
1 hr
Karnagoodhakam,pratinaham, foreign body in ear
1 hr
TOTAL 48 HOURS
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THIRD INTERNAL EXAMINATION
PAPER I
SarvakshirogaS
Etiology, pathology, classification of sarvakshirogas
1 hr
Abhishyanda as a cause of all eye diseases
1 hr
clinical features and management of abhishyandas and
adhimanthas
3 hrs
vataparyaya, anyatovata,sushkakshipaka
1 hr
akshipakathyaya, sasopham, alpasopham
1 hr
amloshitham,sirotpatam, siraharsham
1 hr
etiology, pathology, classification and management of
glaucoma
3 hrs
conjunctivitis
2 hrs
dry eye syndrome, panophthalmitis
1 hr
Aupasargika netraroga-etiology,signs and symptoms,diagnosis and treatment
DRISHTIGATAROGAS
PAPER I PART B
Etiology, pathology, classification of drishtirogas
1 hr
clinical features and management of :
timira, kacha and linganasa
3 hrs
doshandha, nakulandha, pittavidagdhadrishti,
kaphavidagdhadrishti, ushnavidagdha, amlavidagdha
3 hrs
hraswa, gambheera,dhoomara
2 hrs
sanimittaja, animittaja linganasa
2 hrs
timiraabhasa, pilla, pathya, apathya etc
2 hrs
cataract
2 hrs
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retinal diseases
3 hrs
refractive errors, strabismus
4 hrs
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xerophthalmia and other nutritional deficiency diseases
2 hrs
nayanabhighata ( ocular trauma ) ayurvedic
and modern view
1 hr
preventive ophthalmology
1 hr
Introduction to Eye bank, Eye donation,
Corneal Transplantation
1 hr
Kriyakalpa
3 hrs
Nasarogas
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Nasa (Nose) &
Ghranendriya in Ancient and Modern Medical literature.
1 hr
Examination of Nose
1 hr
Generalised and specific Etiology, pathology
and
classification
1 hr
clinical features and management of
Nasa sandhana (Fundamentals and methods of Rhinoplasty).
Etiology, pathology, clinical features and management
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•
Rhinitis , Epistaxis, Nasal polyp, DNS, Nasal trauma,
foreign body in the nose –
Mukha roga
Mukha roga- ayatana- Anatomical sites of diseases of Oral cavity 1 hr
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Mukh (Oral cavity)
in Ancient and Modern Medical literature.
1 hr
Mukh and Danta Swasthya ancient and modern concepts.
Generalised etiology Pathology Clinical picture and Treatment
of Mukharoga ( Diseases of oral cavity)
1 hr
Oshtarogas
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Oshtha (Lips)
in Ancient and Modern Medical literature.Examination of Lips.
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Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features and
management of diseases of Oshta (Lips) as detailed in
literature of Ayurveda.
Oshtha sandhana- Labioplasty, Hare lip,
Retention cyst, Cracked lips.
3 hrs
DANTA ROGA (DENTAL DISEASES)
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Danta (Tooth)
in Ancient and Modern Medical literature. Examination of Teeth. 2 hrs
Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features
and management of diseases of Danta (Teeth) as detailed
in literature of Ayurveda.
4 hrs
Danta utpatana- Tooth extraction using jalandhara bandha
yoga as well as by usin instruments. Danta poorana ancient
and modern methods. Danta rakshana.
Dental carries, dental tartar, causes and treatment.
1 hr
2 hrs
DANTA MULA GATA ROGA (DISEASES OF PERIODONTIA)
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Dantamula
(Periodentia) in Ancient and Modern Medical literature.
1 hr
Examination of Dantamula- Perioduntum.
1 hr
Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features and
management of diseases of Dantamula (Periodentia) as
detailed in literature of Ayurveda.
4 hrs
Gingivitis, Apical abscess, Periodontitis (Pyorrhoea),
Periodential abscess and Mandibular sinus
4 hrs
JIHWA GATA ROGA (DISEASES OF TONGUE)
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Jihva (Tongue)
1 hr
in Ancient and Modern Medical literature.
Examination of Tongue.
1 hr
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Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features and
management of diseases of) Jihwa (Tongue)
as detailed
in literature of Ayurveda.
2 hr
Glossitis,Tongue tie, Ranula, Benign and malignanat
tumors of tongue
1 hr
TALU ROGA (DISEASES OF PALATE)
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Talu (Palate)
1 hr
in Ancient and Modern Medical literature.
Examination of Palate.
1 hr
Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features and
management of diseases of Talu (Palate)
as detailed
in literature of Ayurveda.
4 hrs
Palatitis, Cleft palate, Uvulitis and Tumors of the palate
2 hrs
KANDA AND GALA GATA ROGA (DISEASES OF PHARYNX & LARYNX)
Anatomical and Physiological considerations of Kantha and
Gala (Pharynx and Larynx) in Ancient and Modern Medical
literature.
Examination of pharynx and Larynx.
Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features and
1 hr
1 hr
management of diseases of) of Kantha and Gala (Pharnyx and Larynx)
along with swara bheda - (altered voice quality) as detailed in
literature of Ayurveda.
Pharyngitis, Laryngitis, Tonsillitis, Carcinoma of larynx pharynx,
6 hrs
2 hrs
Diphtheria, Adenoiditis, foreign body in the throat- etiology,
pathology and treatment of these diseases
2 hrs
SARVASARA MUKHA ROGA (generalised mucosal affections
of the oral cavity)
Etiology, pathology, classification, clinical features and
management of diseases of Generalised mucosa of the
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oral cavity as detailed in literature of Ayurveda.
3 hrs
Stomatitis, HIV and Herpes infection of oral cavity
1 hrs
TOTAL
- 84 HOURS
Last term
PAPER II PART B
ENT Examination
3 hrs
Anatomy and physiology of salivary, thyroid and
para thyroid glands , their diseases and treatment
2 hrs
Dysphagia, Cervical lymphadenopathy,
Manyastambha (Sternocleidomastoiditis).
2h
Instruments and technology used in the diagnosis and
treatment of diseases of Shira, Ear, Nose & Oral cavity
3 hrs
Kriyakalpa- ENT
Study of therapeutic procedures like sveda, kavala, gandusa, dhuma, rakta
mokshana, murdhni taila, nasya, pratisarana, karna purana, mukha lepa used in the
treatmentof Shira, Ear, Nose, Dental, Periodontal,
Oral cavity and Throat diseases.
NETRA SAMANYA VISHESHA CHIKITSA-KRIYAKALPAM
Seka ,Ashchyodana,Pindi,Vidalaka,Tarpana,Putapaka,Anjana and importance of
Panchakarma in salakya chikitsa
b)Basic fundamental of shalakya ,shalya chikitsa eg purva –pradhana-Paschat karma
–Ama-pachyamana pakwa vrana shodha vranitopasana pranashtashalya and
vranabandhana.methods and concepts of sterilisation asepsis and antisepsis as per
ancient and modern view point
c)Knowledge of eight surgical procedures ie lekhana,chedana,bhedana,vyadhana etc
shalya karma
d)Parasurgical procedure –Agni,kshara and rekthamoksha with special reference to
netra chikitsa
c)essential diagnostic and therapeutic modern pharmacological agents required in
shalakhya chikitsa
TOTAL
14 HOURS
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MODEL EXAMINATION
SHALYA
Theory Two Papers
– 100 Marks Each
Practical- one – 100 Marks
Theory Lectures - 210
Hospital Training
- 6 Months
1st TERM
Paper I Part A
1.Introduction to salyathantra – historical background and progress made
2.Definition of Salya, Salyathantra and it’s importance
3.Description of Yantras, Definition, number, types,
relevant modern instruments
uses, doshas,gunas, karmas,
Sastras , Anusastras – Definition, number, types, uses,
doshas,gunas, karmas, relevant modern instruments.
4.Nirjanthukarana – sterilization- methods – types and O T fumigation
5. Sangyaharana – anaesthesia- definition, types, anaesthetic agents, Indications, contra
indications, procedures, complications and
management
6.. Trividha karma – Poorva Karma, pradhana karma and paschat karma
7. Asta vidha sastra karma – Operative procedures Chedana ,chedya rogas, modern
Bhedana , bhedya rogas, basic principles regarding incisions Lekhana Vedyam,eshyam
aharanam Visravanam , Seevanam
8. Yogya vidhi – experimental surgery
9. Marma – Nirukthi, types, description and importance.
10. Kshara and ksharakarma - Nirukthi, pradhanya, guna, Dosha, Karma
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Prakara, nirmana vidhi, Yogya ayogya vidhi, and upadrava chikitsa
Knowledge of kshara varthi, taila and pichu.
11. Kshara sutra – Preperation, indications, contraindications and method
of application, complications and their management.
12. Agnikarma – mahatwa, upakrama, vyadhis, vidhi,
akruthi,bheda, ogya, ayogya,
and upadrava chikitsa
13. Rakthamokshana – mahatwa, prakara – siravyadha, prachana, sringa,
alabu,
jaloukavacharana ( jalouka parichaya)- yogya, ayogya, vidhi, and upadarava chikitsa
4. Bandhana vidhi- prayojana, dravya, yogya, ayogya, prakara, abandhya and upadrava,
pichu plotha kavalika, vikesika,
25hrs
Paper II
1. Asthi bhagna – fracture : prakara including pathological fracture, samanya lakshana,
upadrava and chikitsa. Description of fracture of following bones with clinical features,
diagnosis, complication
and management- scapula, clavicle, humerus, radius,
ulna,carpels, metacarpels, phalanges, femur, patella, tibia, fibula, tarsals, metatarsals,
vertebrae, ribs, mandible, pelvis, and skull bones
2. Sandhi moksha - Dislocation: prakara, samanya lakshana, upadrava, and chikitsa.
Dislocations of following joints with clinical features diagnosis, complications and
management- of shoulder, elbow, wrist,hip, knee, ankle,mandible, vertebrae and
phalanges.
3. Diseases of bone – Aetiopathogenesis, classification, clinical features diagnosis,
complications and management of
tumours and tuberculosis
- congenital anomalies, osteomylitis, cysts,
15 hrs
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4. Cranio- cerebral injuries – mechanism, pathology, investigations, complications and
management. Cerebral contusion, cucussion and laceration. Acute extradural
haematoma, acute intacerebral and chronic subdural haematoma
3hrs
5. Brain tumours and their management
6. Diseases of the breast - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
3hr
clinical features,diagnosis,
complications and management of sthan vidradhi- breast abscess. Sthan arbuda –breast
tumours and their management
3hrs
7. Diseases of Chest - Aetiopathogenesis, classification, clinical features diagnosis,
complications and management of Plural abscess, plural effusion, tumours, pleurisy and
their management
9. Gulma Roga – Nidana, prakara, lakshana, upadrava and chikitsa
3hr
Second term
Paper1
15. Sandhana karma _ karma, nasa, oshta sandhana vidhi, principles and procedures of
reconstructive and cosmetic surgery
17 hrs
16. Pranashta salya and nirharana Upayas
7. Fluid, electrolyte and acid base balance, nutrition –
♦ Introduction to physiology of fluids and electrolytes
♦ Dehydration and over hydration
♦ specific electrolyte losses and symptomatolgy and management of acidosis,
alkalosis and acid balance
♦ electrolyte changes in specific diseases like pyloric stenosis, intestinal
obstruction and anuria
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♦ various replacement fluids in surgery, mode of administration and complications
♦ Nutrition – pre – operative, post – operative and intravenous alimentaion
18. Raktha mahatwa, raktha srava- prakara and lakshana. Rakthasthambhana Haemostasis
19. Blood transfusion – Blood groups, components, compatibility, indications,contra
indications and complications with management
20. Knowledge about vranithagara and rakshakarma
21. Knowledge of antibiotics, analgesics, anti – inflammatory and emergency drugs in
surgical practice.
22. Knowledge of diagnostic techniques – X- ray, imaging techniques, ultra sonography, CAT
scan, MRI , biopsy/ cytological study
Paper 11
8. Diseases of esophagus - Aetiopathogenesis, classification, clinical features
diagnosis, complications and management of congenital anomalies,
oesophagitis, ulcer, varices, tumours and their management
10. Diseases of stomach and duodenum - Aetiopathogenesis,
classification, clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management
of Congenital pyloric stenosis, peptic ulcer, tumours and their management
11. Diseases of small intestine - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of –
Mickel’s diverticulitis, Tubeculosis, obstruction, perforation and their
management
12. Diseases of large intestine- Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
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clinical features,diagnosis, complications and management of
Tubeculosis, obstruction, perforation, tumor, appendicitis, chron’s diseases,
ulcerative colitis and their management
13. Udara rogas - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of
jalodara- Ascitis, Chidrodara- Perforation and Peritonitis, Badhagudodara –
obstruction and management
14. Diseases of rectum and anal canal - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Congenital
disorders, Arshas- Haemorrhoids , Rectal polyp, parikarthika- fissure in ano ,
Bhagandara – Fistula in ano , guda vidradi- anorectal abscess, guda bhramsaRectal prolapse, Sannirudhaguda- anal stricture , incontinence. Gudarbuda –
tumor and their management
18hrs
15. Abdominal injuries and management
Part B
16. Diseases of liver - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Abscess,
cycts, tumors, obstructive jaundice and yakruthodara – hepatomegaly
5hrs
17. Diseases of gall bladder - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Cholecystitis,
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cholelithiasis , tumors
4 hrs
18. Diseases of Pancreas - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of pancreatitis
pseudo pancreatic cyst, tumors
Third term
23. Knowledge of Shat kriya kala in surgical practice
2 hr
24. Nirukthi, nidana, samprapthi, prakatra, lakshana, sadhya- asadhyatha,
upadrava and chikitsa of the following disorders
a. Vranasotha – inflammation
2 hrs
b. Vidradhi – Abscess
3hrs
c. Pidaka - Boils
1hr
d. Nadi vrana _ sinus
1hrs
e. Dagdha vrana – Burns and scalds
2hrs
f. Marmaghatha – Shock
2hrs
g. Kotha – Gangrene
1hrs
h. Granthi – Cyst
1hr
i. Arbuda _ Tumour
3hrs
25. vrana – Nirukthi and prakara
a. Nija vrana – Nidana, Samprapthi, vrana vasthu, prakara, lakshana,
dushtavrana, sudhavrana, ruhyamana vrana, samyak roodha vrana
vyadhi janya vrana, sadhya- asadhyatha and vrana upadrava.
avastha2 hrs
1hrs
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b. Vrana chikitsa- Pathya – apathya and shashti upakramas
2 hrs
c. Ulcer types and their management
3hrs
d. wound healing stages and management
2hrs
e. Aganthu vrana i) Sadhyo vrana – Traumatic wounds – nidana, prakara,
lakshana, upadrava and chikitsa
4hrs
ii) Management of bites and stings
2hrs
26.Twak vikara – Nidana ,samprapthi, lakshana and chikitsa of Prameha
pidaka – diabetic carbuncle, chippa- paronychia, kadara- corn,
vrana granthi- keloid
3 hrs
27. Manya vikara - – Nidana ,samprapthi, lakshana and chikitsa of
Gala ganda – Goitre , gandamala , Apachi- Lymph adenitis ,
pashana gardhabha – parotitis
3hrs
28. Sira vikara – venous disorders- Superficial and Deep venous
thrombosis,
haemangioma. Varicose vein, venous ulcers and their
management
3hrs
29. Dhamani vikara – Arterial disorders, – Nidana ,samprapthi, lakshana
and chikitsa of Aneurysm, Burger’s disease, Raynaud’s disease
4 hrs
30 snayu vikara – Diseases of Tendons, and Ligaments – Tendinitis
3hr
31. Principles of amputation
1hr
32. Surgical practice in AIDS- HIV and hepatitis patients
2hr
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19. Diseases of spleen - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of pleehodara
spleenomegaly, spleenic rupture
2hrs
20. Diseases of Kidney - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Congenital
anomalies, polycytic kidney , perinephric abscess, tumor, renal calculus.
Renal injury
4hrs
21 Diseases of Ureter- Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Calculus,
obstruction
4 hrs
22. Diseases of Urinary bladder - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Congenital
anomalies, Ashmari – Vesicle calculus, Cystitis, tumor and Injury
3hrs
23. Mutragata & Mutrakrichra- Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of retention
of urine
2hrs
24. Diseases of Prostate- Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of prostatitis,
prostatic abscess, Benign prostatic hypertrophy, carcinoma of prostate
3hrs
25. Diseases of Urethra - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of urethritis,
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stricture and rupture
3hrs
26. Diseases of Penis - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Nirudhaprakasa
phimosis, parivarthika- paraphimosis, Avapatika – prepuceal ulcer, Arbudatumor, lingarsha- venereal warts.
4hrs
27. Diseases of Scrotum and Testis- Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of MutravrudhiHydrocele, Vrushana sotha- epididimo – orchitis, Vrushana granthiepididymal cyst, scrotal filarial, Shukrasmari- seminal calculus,
torsion of testis, ectopic testis, undescended testis and tumors
5hrs
28. Vrudhi roga - Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management
3 hrs
29. Aetiopathogenesis, classification,
clinical features, diagnosis, complications and management of Hernia- Inguinal, femoral,
epigastric, umbilical, incisional and rare forms of hernias
4 hrs
Term Examination
1 Term 3 hrs/ week (60hrs)
Paper I
1- 14
35 hrs
Paper II
1 – 7,9
25 hrs
II Term 3 hrs/ week (60hrs)
Paper I
15 – 22
17 hrs
Paper II
8,10 – 18
43 hrs
III Term 6 hrs/ week (9o hrs)
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Paper I
23 - 32
Paper II 19 – 29
53 hrs
37 hrs
While setting question papers weightage may be given to topics which more teaching
hours are allotted.
Suggestions
•
Surgery posting in Modern Hospital will be completed in small batches of 5 – 8
students, without disturbing regular classess.
Practical Examination
•
The entry of “Instruments” in practical examination pattern may be
interpreted as “Instruments + X rayas + Medicines(special)” for spot
identification.
•
Assaignments need to be submitted at the time of model examination
•
Four examiners are ideally suggested for practical/viva examination.
Clinical Training Protocol
Department of Salyatantra
1) General Learning Objectives (G L O)
1. Demonstration and sterilization methods of surgical instruments
2. Training of surgical case taking
3. Training of surgical and Para surgical procedures including Anesthesia
4. Training of surgical emergencies and management
2) Specific Learning Objective
1. Description and sterilization methods of Yantras, Shastras and Anushastras.
2. Definition, Types, agents, indications, contraindications, procedures, complications and
management of Anaesthesia.
3. Training of Kshara Karma, Kshara Sutra, Agnikarma and Raktamokshana
4. Training of application of bandages & splints, Catheterization, Wound management,
Ryle’s tube aspiration and Injections -Intramuscular / intravenous / subcutaneous /
intradermal
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5. Training / Practice of Incision & drainage of abscess, Excision, Sutures, Circumcision,
Hydrocele, Hernial repair, Haemmorrhoidectomy, Fistulectomy, Fissurectomy and
Exploratory Laparotomy
3) Teaching Learning Method
•
Training of surgical and Parasurgical procedures including anesthesia will be done at
modern Hospital
•
Separate schedule for Vruna, Bhanga, ARC, Bandage etc. will be prepared and taught in
the college hospital.
•
Methods include discussions and demonstrations at OPs, operation theatre and wards.
4) Evaluation Method
•
Record: Rough record shall be submitted during posting. Final record shall be submitted
immediately after the posting.
•
Spot Diagnosis: Students shall diagnose the case at bed side and OP.
•
Assignment: patient oriented small projects. (eg. Exam 5 ulcer cases and list out
characteristics of the margin/floor)
•
Group Discussion: H O D may arrange group discussion once or twice in a month.
•
Presentations: Students shall present small cases.
5) Duties and Responsibilities
o
HOD
- Evaluation, Monitoring and Introductory remarks
o
Associate Professor - Monitoring & Demonstrations
o
Assistant Professor - Demonstration
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OPTIONAL
Third Professional BAMS
Scheme of Examination
In third professional, there will be two university examinations – one to be completed by the end
of the twelfth month ie part-I and the other at the end of the eighteenth month ie part II. Single mark
sheet shall be given at the end of 3rd professionals for part I&II. Those who passed the 1st and 2nd
professional examinations shall be eligible for appearing 3rd professional examination. The examination
shall be open to a candidate who satisfies the requirements of attendance, progress and other rules
governing the institution/ university. Attendance and application forms for examinations of eligible
students only, should be sent to the university from the college. The affiliated colleges shall conduct at
least three internal examinations in each subject for internal assessment. An average of the marks shall be
taken and is to be converted to a total of 10 marks. The maximum marks of internal assessment in each
subject will be 10.Those who obtain 35% of aggregate in each subject only, will be eligible for appearing
the university examinations. The class average shouldn’t exceed 75%.
The internal assessment marks should be intimated to the university along with the attendance
and application. The university examination for a subject shall be conducted twice in a year at an interval
of 4-6 months, as notified by the university from time to time. A candidate shall allow three attempts to
clear 3rd professional BAMS.
Distribution of subject for university examinations in 3rd professional BAMS.
After completion of ten months study from the date of admission, part-1 examination will be conducted
for the following subjects.
Written Examination
The Written Examination of subjects, for one paper of 3 hours duration shall have maximum
marks of 100.
Viva- Voce and Practical Examination
For the subject having only 1 paper, 1 internal examiner & 1 external examiner shall be posted for
conducting viva voce & practical; for the subjects having 2 papers, 2 internal examiners & one external
examiner is posted ; for the subjects having 3 papers, 2 internal examiners & 2 external examiner is
posted. The internal examiner shall be posted from the same college. If there is no qualified teacher in
the college for posting as examiner, one teacher can be posted from the nearby college in the same zone.
The external examiner shall be posted from outside the zone or outside the university.
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It is desired to conduct the viva voce independently by each examiner which should not exceed 5
minutes for 1 student by an examiner ie. Maximum 10 minutes for viva voce for subjects having 1 paper,
15 minutes for viva voce for subjects having 2 papers and 20 minutes for viva voce for subjects having 3
papers. In order to avoid vagueness & maintain uniformity of standard & coverage, questions can be pre
formulated before starting viva voce
Criteria for pass
For declaration of pass in a subject a candidate shall fulfill the following criteria
A candidate should secure an aggregate of minimum 50 % marks in the university theory, Viva
voce & Practical examinations. Besides these, there should be a separate minimum of 50% for University
theory examinations. In the practical & viva voce examinations a candidate should secure a minimum of
50 % marks combined together.
A successful candidate, who obtains 60-74% of grand total marks ie total of all subjects, shall be
declared to have passed the examination in I class. Other successful candidates who obtain 50-59 % of
grand total marks will be placed in II class.
A candidate who obtain 75% & above of grand total marks shall be eligible for distinction. Only
those candidates who pass the whole examination in the first attempt will be eligible for distinction or I
class
Ranking
Only candidates who have passed all the subjects of the examination in first attempt with 60% or
above marks of aggregate shall be considered for ranking.
Marks obtained in supplementary examinations shall not be considered for ranking. Rank shall be
awarded only after final BAMS examination. For ranking in final BAMS, aggregate marks secured in all the
subjects of I, II & III BAMS shall be counted.
Revaluation
Since university is conducting double valuation, revaluation is not permitted but students can
apply for re-totaling as per the existing university rules.
Grace Mark
Maximum 1 % of total marks in each examination shall be awarded as grace marks. However the
maximum limit shall be 5 Marks for 1 Subject.
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