Available courses

Aaatomy, functions of Ear

1. Bronchiectasis 


2. Cystic fibrosis

•             The passing of 3 or more watery or loose stools in a 24-hour period. Normally, a young infant has approximately 5 mL/kg/day of stool output

•               Acute diarrhea is defined as sudden onset of excessively loose stools of >10 mL/kg/day in infants and >200 g/24 hr in older children, which lasts <14 days.

•             When the episode lasts >14 days, it is called chronic or persistent diarrhea



DSM definition of Autism, clinical features, pharmacological and non pharmacological interventions
•Normal growth physiology
•Growth monitoring and growth charts
•When to evaluate/refer
•Short stature vs growth failure
•Major phenotypes
•How to evaluate
•Points to ponder

This course covers in detail the general constitution of the human body. Starting from anatomical terminology to the types of various tissues and their examples. 

Definition,methods, criteria,types of screening tests are discussed

Forensic facial reconstruction can be used to identify unknown human remains when other techniques fail. There are several techniques of doing facial reconstruction, which vary from two dimensional drawings to three dimensional clay models. With the advancement in 3D technology, a rapid, efficient and cost effective computerized 3D forensic facial reconstruction method has been developed which has brought down the degree of error previously encountered. There are several methods of manual facial reconstruction but the combination Manchester method has been reported to be the best and most accurate method for the positive recognition of an individual. Recognition allows the involved government agencies to make a list of suspected victims’. This list can then be narrowed down and a positive identification may be given by the more conventional method of forensic medicine.

CBME - Forensic Medicine Curriculum 


Hospita Infection Control deals with Infection prevention and control (IPC)  which is a practical, evidence-based approach preventing patients and health workers from being harmed by avoidable infections. Effective IPC requires constant action at all levels of the health system, including policymakers, facility managers, health workers and those who access health services. IPC is unique in the field of patient safety and quality of care, as it is universally relevant to every health worker and patient, at every health care interaction. Defective IPC causes harm and can kill. Without effective IPC it is impossible to achieve quality health care delivery.

Infection prevention and control effects all aspects of health care, including hand hygiene, surgical site infections, injection safety, antimicrobial resistance and how hospitals operate during and outside of emergencies. Programmes to support IPC are particularly important in low- and middle-income countries, where health care delivery and medical hygiene standards may be negatively affected by secondary infections.

General microbiology is the study of  living microorganisms that are too small to be visible with naked eye, those being unicellular or multicellular


Deals with various infective syndromes of CNS and  their mode  of transmission.
▰Types and etiological  agents of meningitis.
▰Encephalitis, encephalopathy, space occupying lesions of CNS and shunts.

Immunology is a broad branch of biomedical science that covers the study of all aspects of the immune system in all living organisms. It deals with the physiological functioning of the immune system in states of both health and disease.

common genetic diseases in childhood

Routes of administration of a drug are determined by its physical and chemical properties, patient characteristics and the rapidity of response desired. 

Major routes are oral, parenteral and topical.

Newer drug delivery systems are also discussed here.

Anti microbial agents are the greatest contribution to the therapeutics. They are one of the important classes of drugs which can cure the disease, not just for palliation alone. These drug classes differ from all others as they are designed to inhibit/ kill the infective organism with no/minimal effect on the recipient.

Physiological changes  & stages of puberty  in males and females

Composition and function of blood

RBC structure and function

Integrated teaching on cell structure, Functions & applied aspects. Functions of different cell organelles is covered with emphasis on cytoskeleton & Intercellular junctions 

students should be able to describe why dehydration is common in infants and newborns than adults

At the end of this course, first year MBBS students will be able enumerate the 

structure of Hemoglobin

synthesis of Hemoglobin

functions of hemoglobin

types and compounds of hemoglobin

breakdown of hemoglobin




Classification of immunity

Development of immunity

Cell mediated immunity - mechanism

Humoral immunity- mechanism

second messenger system- 

1.Adenylyl cyclase - Cyclic AMP system

2.Membrane phospholipase– Phospholipid system

3.Guanylyl cyclase - Cyclic GMP system

4.Transcription of mRNAs

5. others 

Smooth muscle - structure, type, muscle contraction, properties of smooth muscle 

Pineal gland - Functional anatomy, melatonin & applied aspect

•Name the plasma proteins, give their normal values
•List the functions of plasma proteins
•Give the uses of fresh frozen plasma

Frostbite is the actual freezing of tissues.