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TEACHING SCHEDULE ACCORDING TO THE COMPETENCIES
FEB 8-9am 9-10am 10-11am 11-12noon 12-1pm 1-2pm 2-3pm 3-4pm
Sat
01.02.20
SDL - AN50.4 Explain the anatomical basis of Scoliosis, Lordosis, Prolapsed disc, Spondylolisthesis & Spina bifida CM 1.9
AETCOM/Demonstrate the role of effective Communication skills in health in a simulated environment
SDL/short group discussion
 
  ECE – RENAL CHARTS
Mon
03.02.20
AN21.1 Describe the salient features of sternum, AN21.1 Describe the salient features typical rib, Ist rib AN21.1 Describe the salient features of typical thoracic vertebra AN21.1 Identify the salient features of sternum, typical rib, Ist rib and typical thoracic vertebra L
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IAT – RENAL PHYSIOLOGY
Tue
04.02.20
AN21.3 Describe the boundaries of thoracic inlet, cavity and outlet AN21.2 Describe the features of  2nd, 11th and 12th ribs, 1st, 11th and 12th thoracic vertebrae AN21.2 Identify the features of  2nd, 11th and 12th ribs, 1st, 11th and 12th thoracic vertebrae PY6.1
Describe the functional anatomy of respiratory tract, MUSCLES OF RESPIRATION, CONDUCTING ZONE, RESPIRATORY ZONE
 
  ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT – B BATCH
BI11.21 Demonstrate estimation of urea in
serum.
A BATCH
Wed
05.02.20
AN21.4 Describe extent, attachments, direction of fibres, nerve supply and actions of   intercostal muscles AN21.5 AN21.6 AN21.7 Describe origin, course, relations and branches of a typical intercostal nerveMention origin, course and branches/ intercostal vessels and nerves
 
AN 21.3 – 21.7
Intercostal space
BI6.6 Describe the biochemical processes involved in generation of energy in cells PY6.2
Describe the mechanics of normal respiration, pressure changes during ventilation,
 
ECE – HOSPITAL VISIT – A BATCH
BI11.21 Demonstrate estimation of urea in
serum.
B BATCH
Thu
06.02.20
AN21.8 AN21.10 Describe type, articular surfaces  & movements of manubriosternal, costovertebral, costotransverse and xiphisternal joints
Describe  costochondral and interchondral joints
AN 21.3 – 21.7
Intercostal space
PY6.2
lung volume and capacities
ECE
Fri
07.02.20
AN21.9 Describe mechanics and types of respiration AN21.11 Mention boundaries and contents of the superior, anterior, middle and posterior mediastinum AN21.11 Identify boundaries and contents of the superior, anterior, middle and posterior mediastinum PY6.2
alveolar surface tension, compliance,
 
BI6.13 Describe the functions of the kidney, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands.
BI6.14 Describe the tests that are commonly done in clinical practice to assess
the functions of these organs (kidney, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands).
BI6.15 Describe the abnormalities of kidney, liver, thyroid and adrenal glands.
SPORTS/ ECA
Mon
10.02.20
AN24.1
Mention the blood supply, lymphatic drainage and nerve supply of pleura, extent of pleura and describe the pleural recesses and their applied anatomy
AN24.2 AN24.3,
Describe external features and relations of structures which form root of lung & bronchial tree and their clinical correlate
Describe a bronchopulmonary segment
AN24.2 Identify side, external features and relations of structures which form root of lung & bronchial tree and their clinical correlate PY6.2
airway resistance, ventilation, V/P ratio,
 
STETHOGRAPHY DEMO AND PRACTICALS
Tue
11.02.20
AN24.4 Describe phrenic nerve, formation & distribution AN24.5 Mention the blood supply, lymphatic drainage and nerve supply of lungs AN24.2 Identify side, external features and relations of structures which form root of lung & bronchial tree and their clinical correlate PY6.2
diffusion capacity of lungs
 
RESPIRATORY EFFICIENCY TEST – DEMO AND PRACTICALS – B BATCH
BI11.21 Demonstrate estimation of creatinine,
A BATCH
 
Wed
12.02.20
AN24.6 Describe the extent, length, relations, blood supply, lymphatic drainage and nerve supply of trachea AN25.1 Identify, draw and label a slide of trachea and lung BI6.7 Describe the processes involved in maintenance of normal pH, water &
electrolyte balance of body fluids and the derangements associated with
these.
PY6.3
Describe and discuss the transport of respiratory gases:
Oxygen (ODC,BHOR EFFECT, OXYGEN CARRYING CAPACITY)
RESPIRATORY EFFICIENCY TEST – DEMO AND PRACTICALS – A BATCH
BI11.21 Demonstrate estimation of creatinine,
B BATCH
Thu
13.02.20
AN25.2 Describe  development of pleura, lung AN22.1 Describe subdivisions, sinuses in pericardium, blood supply and nerve supply of pericardium AN22.1 Demonstrate subdivisions, sinuses in pericardium, blood supply and nerve supply of pericardium PY6.3
Describe and discuss the transport of respiratory gases:
Carbon dioxide
 
ECE
Fri
14.02.20
AN22.2 Describe external  features of each chamber of heart AN22.2 Describe internal features of each chamber of heart AN22.2 Demonstrate external  and internal features of each chamber of heart BI6.7 Describe the processes involved in maintenance of normal pH, water &
electrolyte balance of body fluids and the derangements associated with
these.
BI6.8 Discuss and interpret results of Arterial Blood Gas (ABG) analysis in
various disorders.
PY6.4
Regulation of respiration
Sat
15.02.20
ECE - AN25.4 Describe 1) atrial septal defect, 2) ventricular septal  defect, 3) Fallot’s tetralogy & 4) tracheo-oesophageal fistula      PY6.4
Describe and discuss the physiology of high altitude and acclimatization,
CM 1.9
AETCOM/Demonstrate the role of effective Communication skills in health in a simulated environment-Group discussion
IAT 5
Mon
17.02.20
AN22.3 AN22.4 Describe origin, course and branches of coronary arteries
Describe anatomical basis of ischaemic heart disease
AN22.5 Describe the formation, course,  tributaries and termination  of coronary sinus AETCOM/Demonstrate the role of effective Communication skills in health in a simulated environment PY6.5
Describe and discuss the principles of artificial respiration, oxygen therapy,anddyspnoea, HYPOXIA
 
SPIROMETRY - DEMO
Tue
18.02.20
AN22.6 Describe the fibrous skeleton of heart AN22.7 Mention the parts, position and arterial supply of the conducting system of heart AN22.3 Demonstrate origin, course and branches of coronary arteries
 
PY6.5
DEEP SEA DIVING and decompression sickness. ROLE OF LUNG IN ACID BASE BALANCE
SPIROMETRY – PRACTICALS – B BATCH
BI11.6 Perform estimation of Uric acid
A BATCH
Wed
19.02.20
AN25.2 AN25.4
Describe  development of heart
Describe embryological basis of: 1) atrial septal defect, 2) ventricular septal  defect, 3) Fallot’s tetralogy
AN22.2 Demonstrate external  and internal features of each chamber of heart BI6.2 Describe and discuss the metabolic processes in which nucleotides are
involved.
PY6.6
Describe and discuss the pathophysiology of cyanosis asphyxia; drowning, periodic breathing,
SPIROMETRY – PRACTICALS – B BATCH
BI11.6 Perform estimation of Uric acid
B BATCH
Thu
20.02.20
AN25.3 Describe fetal circulation and changes occurring at birth AN23.1 Describe the external appearance, relations, blood supply, nerve supply,lymphatic drainage  and applied anatomy of oesophagus AN23.1 Demonstrate the external appearance, relations, blood supply, nerve supply,lymphatic drainage  and applied anatomy of oesophagus PY6.7
Describe and discuss lung function tests & their clinical significance, TYPES OF RESPIRATORY DISORDERS
BI6.3 Describe the common disorders associated with nucleotide metabolism. BI6.4 Discuss the laboratory results of analytes associated with gout &LeschNyhan syndrome.
Fri
21.02.20
AN23.2 AN23.7 Describe the extent, relations tributaries of thoracic duct and enumerate its applied anatomy
Mention the extent, relations and applied anatomy of lymphatic duct
AN23.3 Describe origin, course, relations, tributaries and termination of superior venacava, azygos, hemiazygosandaccessory hemiazygos veins AN23.2 AN23.3
Demonstrate the extent, relations tributaries of thoracic duct
 Describe & demonstrate origin, course, relations, tributaries and termination of superior venacava, azygos, hemiazygos  and accessory hemiazygos veins
BI7.1 Describe the structure and functions of DNA and RNA and outline the cell
cycle.
SPORTS/ECA
       Sat
    22.02.20
IT - PY5.6 Describe abnormal ECG, and myocardial Infarction (physiology & general medicine ECE- Guest lecture CM 1.7
Enumerate and describe health indicator
 
SDL- RS CHARTS
Mon
24.02.20
AN23.4 Mention the extent, branches and relations  of arch of aorta &  descending thoracic aorta AN23.5 AN23.6 Mention the location and extent of  thoracic sympathetic chain
Describe the splanchnic nerves
AN23.4 Demonstrate the extent, branches and relations  of arch of aorta &  descending thoracic aorta L
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IAT – RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY
(1-4)
Tue
25.02.20
AN25.6
Mention development of  aortic arch arteries
AN25.6
 Mention development of  , SVC, IVC and coronary sinus
AN23.5
Identify location and extent of  thoracic sympathetic chain
 
PY5.1
Describe the functional anatomy of heart including chambers, sounds; and Pacemaker tissue and conducting system – INTEGRATION WITH ANATOMY.
VIVA – RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY – B BATCH
BI11.9 Demonstrate the estimation of serum total cholesterol and HDLcholesterol
A BATCH
Wed
26.02.20
AN25.7 AN25.8 Describe structures seen on a plain x-ray chest (PA view)
Describe in brief a barium swallow
AN25.9 Describe surface marking of lines of  pleural reflection, lung borders and fissures, trachea, heart borders, apex beat & surface projection of valves of heart AN25.9 Demonstrate surface marking of lines of  pleural reflection, lung borders and fissures, trachea, heart borders, apex beat & surface projection of valves of heart BI7.2 Describe the processes involved in replication PY5.2
Describe the properties of cardiac muscle including its morphology, electrical, mechanical and metabolic functions
VIVA – RESPIRATORY PHYSIOLOGY- A BATCH
BI11.9 Demonstrate the estimation of serum total cholesterol and HDLcholesterol
B BATCH
Thu
27.02.20
Revision - thorax PY5.3
Discuss the events occurring during the cardiac cycle
BI11.16 Observe use of commonly used equipments/techniques in biochemistry
laboratory including: •pHmeter
•Electrolyte analysis by ISE
Fri
28.02.20
IA – thorax - practicals BI7.1 outline the cell cycle.
BI7.2 Describe the processes involved in repair of DNA
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BI7.2 Describe the processes involved in transcription PY5.4
Describe generation, conduction of cardiac impulse
Sat
29.02.20
IA – thorax theory PY5.5
Describe the physiology of electrocardiogram (E.C.G), its
applications and the cardiac axis
CM 1.10
AETCOM/Demonstrate the important aspects of the doctor patient relationship in a simulated environment/lecture
 
BI7.2 post transcriptional modification, Genetic code
 
 

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