Course Name: Advance Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology
Course Id: ADOTT/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Online Examination Detail:
Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
There is No Negative marking in this module.
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Advance Diploma in Operation Theatre Technology
|Name of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Patho & Micro||100||40|
Understand the disposition, interrelationship, gross, microscopic, developmental, functional and applied anatomy of all the structures and system of human body, Introduction and history of Anatomy, Nomenclature/Terminology, Skin, fasciae and modifications, Skeleton, Joint, Muscle, CVS & Lymphatic system, Nervous system, Respiratory & digestive system, Urogenital system, Introduction, Pectoral region and breast, Pectoral muscles, clavipectoral fascia, Axilla, Scalp and temple, Face, Lacrimal apparatus, Superficial & deep cervical fascia.
Cellular Basis of Physiology, Genetics & Enzymes, Biophysical Principles and Chemistry of Bio molecules, Cell Signalling & Nerve-muscle Physiology, Nervous System, Blood and Body Fluids, Cardiovascular System, Respiratory System, Digestion and Metabolism, Molecular Biology, Nutrition and Dietetics Public Health, Special Senses, Endocrinology, Reproductive Physiology & Developmental Biology, Excretory Physiology, Discipline Specific Electives.
Patho & Micro
General Pathology- Cell injury-causes, mechanism & toxic injuries with, Inflammation & Repair, Immune – pathology – (basic concepts), Circulatory disturbances, Growth Disturbance, Medical Genetics, Specfic Patholgy, Respiratory, NeuroPathology, Muscle diseases – Muscular dystrophy-hypertrophy-Psudohypertrophy-altrophy- Polio-myelitis Myositis ossoficance, neorosis, regeneration-Myotonia, Neuro – muscular junction – Myasthenia gravis – Myasthenic syndrome, Bone & Joints.
Agricultural Chemicals, Biochemistry, Chemistry, Microbiology, Plant Physiology, Agricultural Chemicals, Biochemistry, Plant Physiology, History of botanical insecticides, structure, properties, mode of action and uses of conventional insecticides such as nicotine, pyrethrins and rotenones, Insect antifeedants and growth regulators including Drimane sesquiterpenoids, withanilides, clerodanes, quassinoids and limonoids, hormone analogues (JH, anti-JH, JH-mimics, moulting hormones), Semiochemicals – pheromones and allelochemicals.
Introduction: definition, historical perspective, branches and scope of the subject of pharmacology and its relation with other medical disciplines, Nature and sources of Drugs, Drug nomenclature and dosage forms, Routes of drugs’ administration; advantages and disadvantages of different routes, Pharrmacokinetic considerations: drug absorption, distribution, bio transformations and excretion, Drugs Affecting Autonomic Nervous System, Dosage forms, formulations, Sources of drug, Use of inhalers, nebulizers.
Diagnostic and interventional radiology, preparing a patient for surgery, Anaesthesia and pain management, Acute life support and critical care, Fluid and Electrolyte balance and transfusion products, Nutrition, Wounds ,tissue repair and scars, Basic surgical skills and anatomises, Principles of laparoscopic surgery, Wound Infection, Sterile precautions and theatre safety, Parasitic infections, Transplantation, Cyst, ulcers and sinus.