Course Name: Diploma in Physiotherapy Technician
Course Id: DPT/Q1001.
Education Qualification: 12th Pass.
Course and Exam Fee: 6000.
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Duration- 60 minutes.
No. of Questions- 30. (Multiple Choice Questions).
Maximum Marks- 600, Passing Marks- 40%.
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DIPLOMA IN PHYSIOTHERAPY
|Name Of Paper||M. Marks||Pass Marks|
|Anatomy and Physiology as Relevant to Physiotherapy||100||40|
|Pathology and microbiology||100||40|
|Medical and Surgical Nursing||100||40|
|Community Health Nursing and Communicable Diseases||100||40|
Anatomy and Physiology as Relevant to Physiotherapy
Bones- revision with special reference significance of grooves, ridges, processes, surfaces and borders, Joints-revision with special reference to types of movements, their limitations. Muscles: muscle groups of the body, their origin, insertion and actions, nerve supply of main muscles. Upper Limb: Joints Shoulder girdle, Shoulder joint, Elbow joint, Wrist joint, 1st carpo- metacarpal joint, MP and IP joint. Lower Limb, Bony Landmarks, DEMONSTRATION OF MOVMENTS, Muscles, Nerves, Ligamentum patellae, Abdomen, Thorax, Head, Face, and Neck. Nasion, Glabellas, Inions, Mastoid process, Superameatal triangle, Symphysismenti, Hyoid bone, Thyroid cartilage, Cricoids cartilage, Tracheal rings, Suprasternal notch, Transverse process of atlas, Spine of C7. Nervous system: general features of central nervous system and spinal cord, structure of nerve fibers, degeneration and regeneration, Varieties of muscles-voluntary, involuntary and cardiac, Striated muscle-composition, nerve supply, excitability, mechanical changes and properties.
Pathology and microbiology
Introduction: Concepts of diseases, classification of lesions, bacterial, viral and parasitic infections – a general outline, Inflammation and repair, degeneration, necrosis and gangrene, Tuberculosis, leprosy, typhoid, Haemorrhage, shock, embolism, thrombosis, Tumours: Aetiology and spread, common tumours, Blood: Anemia, common congenital anomalies, Respiratory system: Pneumonias, bronchiectasis, emphysema, chronic bronchitis, asthma, Bone and Joints: Autoimmune disease, septic arthritis, osteomyelitis, skin, urinary System, Central Nervous System: CNS infections, vascular disorders, Rheumatoid arthritis, Scleroderma and psoriasis, Diseases of muscle including poliomyelitis, myopathies. Introduction and history of microbiology, General lectures on micro-organisms: Classification, Shape and arrangement, Special characteristics-spores, capsules, enzymes, motility, reproduction, Disinfection and antiseptics, Sterilization and asepsis, Infection – sources of infection: Portals of entry, Spread of infection, Respiratory tract infections, Meningitis. Virology -virus infections with special mention of Hepatitis, Poliomyelitis and Rabies.
HISTORY OF NURSING, Concept of Health: Health-Illness continuum, Factors influencing health, Illness and illness Behavior, Health Care teams, types of health care agencies, Types, Organization and Functions, Health Promotion and levels of Disease Prevention, Bed making: Special types of beds, Positions in bed, Moving and lifting of patients, Additional appliances used for beds, Observation of patient’s conditions: Importance of habit of observation, positions, expressions, delirium, appetite, sleep, cough, expectoration, vomit, tongue, Pulse, Respiration, Caring of sick, Care of hair and the mouth tray, Daily toilet of the patient, bathing in the bed and the bathroom, Aspiration and continuous drainage of stomach and duodenum, Artificial feeding, Administration of oxygen, Inhalations, Preparation of patient for examination, Dressings and instruments commonly used in the wards, Prepare nursing trays and trolleys.
Medical and Surgical Nursing
Introduction to medical and surgical nursing, Review of Concepts of Health and illness, Evolution and trends of medical and surgical nursing, Disease – concepts, causations, classification- International Classification of Diseases, Role of nurse, patient and family in care of adult patient, Role and responsibilities of a nurse in medical surgical settings: Outpatient department, In-patient unit, Intensive care unit. Introduction to medical surgical asepsis: Inflammation and infection, Immunity, Common signs and symptoms and management: Fluid and electrolyte imbalance, Vomiting, shock, nursing management of patients (adults including elderly) with respiratory problems, vascular system: Hypertension, hypotension, Arteriosclerosis, Heart: Coronary artery diseases, Valvular disorders of the heart, Endocarditic, pericarditis, Myocaridtis, Blood, Organization and Physical set up of the Operation Theatre, Maintenance of therapeutic environment in O.T, Standard Safety measures, Anesthesia, Reproductive Tract Infections.
Community Health Nursing and Communicable Diseases
Health Determinants, Indicators of Health, Levels of Health Care, Primary Health Care, National Health Policy, National Population Policy, National Health Programmes: NAMP, RCH, RNTCP, NACP, PILSE POLIO, Immunization schedule, Preventable diseases, Classification and mode of spread, Common disease and their prevention – diarrhoeas and dysenteries, malaria, rabies, round worm, small pox, tuberculosis, typhoid, typhus, veneral diseases. Effects of heat and cold and their prevention, Hygiene and sanitation of ward and ancillaries, Infection, Isolation, Disinfection methods, Communicable diseases: Nursing care -general management, Specific diseases : Diphtheria, measles, whooping cough, chicken pox, mumps, influenza, typhoid and paratyphoid, typhus, dysentery, food poisoning, cholera, plague, tetanus, malaria, dengue, HIV/AIDS.
Introduction to pharmacology, scope of pharmacology. Routes of administration of drugs, advantages and disadvantages, various processes of absorption of drugs and the factors affecting them. Metabolism, distribution and excretion of drugs, General mechanism of drugs action and their factors, Drugs acting on the central Nervous system: Analgesic antipyretics and non-steroidal, Anti-inflammatory drugs- Narcotic analgesics, Antirheumatic and anti-gout remedies, Local anesthetics , Drugs acting on autonomic nervous system, Drugs acting on respiratory system: Respiratory stimulants, Bronchodilators, Nasal decongestants, Expectorants and Antitussive agents, Autocoids: physiological role of histamine and serotonin, Histamine and Antihistamines, prostaglandins, Cardio vascular drugs, Cardiotonics, Ant arrhythmic agents, Anti-anginal agents, Antihypertensive agents, Drugs affecting renal function- Diuretics and anti-diuretics, Hormones and hormone antagonists- Hypoglycemic agents, Anti–thyroid drugs, Drugs acting on digestive system-carminatives, digest ants, Bitters, Antacids and drugs.