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					       MEDIWAVE INSTITUTION OF
          MEDICAL SCIENCES
(AFFILIATED BY THE BSS (BHARAT SEVAK SAMAJ) NATIONAL DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
                  PROMOTED BY THE GOVERNMENT OF INDIA)

  Further details go through the website: www.bssve.in www.bsscareerguide.in
            Mediwave Institute of medical sciences has conducting only 4 courses in his
            organization. With experienced teaching faculties and lab facilities for practicales

            1. First Aid and Practical Nursing Diploma (One & Two years course)

            2. Medical laboratory Technician Diploma (One & Two years course)

            3. X - ray Technician Diploma (One & Two years course)

            4. Operation Theatre Technician Diploma (One & Two years course)




                                                        BSS SYLLABUS
                          BSS DIPLOMA IN PRACTICAL NURSING - (FIRST YEAR)
PAPER
        FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING, PHARMACOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY
1

PAPER
        ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY AND FIRST AID
2

PAPER
        NUTRITION, FAMILY PLANNING, COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND ELEMENTS OF MIDWIFERY
3

PAPER
        Practical for Paper 1, II & III – Three Practical
4-6

PAPER 1 - FUNDAMENTALS OF NURSING, PHARMACOLOGY AND MICROBIOLOGY

A       DEFINITION OF NURSING

B       PRINCIPLES OF NURSING

C       DEVELOPMENT OF NURSING

D       ETIQUETTE’S OF NURSING PROFESSION

E       ETHICS OF NURSING

F       DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF A NURSE

G       QUALITIES OF A NURSE

H       THE NURSE AND LEGISLATION
I   INTRODUCTION OF NURSING

      A GENERAL VIEW

      ORGIN OF NURSING

      GOALS AND SCOPE OF NURSING

      INTER PERSONAL RELATIONSHIPS

      BASIC NURSING PRINCIPLES

      NURSING PROCEDURES & NURSING TECHNIQUES

      IMPORTANT FACTORS OF A PROCEDURE

      NEEDED STEPS OR STAGES OF A PROCEDURE

J   HOSPITAL

      FUNCTIONS OF HOSPITAL

      TYPES OF HOSPITALS

      HOSPITAL HOUSE KEEPING

      PRINCIPLES OF HOUSE KEEPING

      CARE OF CLOTHES, PILLOWS, MATTRESS

      CARE OF FUNITURE

      CARE OF SANITARY UNITS

      PLACE OF PATIENT IN THA HOSPITAL

      ENVIRONMENTAL HYGIENE

      PERSONAL HYGIENE-ORAL HYGIENE, SKIN CARE, HAIR BATH,BODY BATH, HAIR CARE, CARE OF EYE,
    EAR PERENIAL CARE

      MICRO ORGANISMS AND DISEASE TRANAMISSION

      IMPORTANT OF CLEANLINESS AND CLEANING AGENTS

K   BASIC NURSING CARE NEEDS OF THE PATIENT

      PSYCHOLOGICAL, SOCIAL & SPIRITUAL NEEDS

      PHYSICAL COMFORT

      HYGIENIC NEEDS

      NUTIRITIONAL NEEDS

      ELEMINATION NEEDS
        OBSERVATION

        MEDICATION NEEDS

        GIVING AND TAKING OF BED PAN

        GIVING AND REMOVING URINAL

        CONSTIPATION - DEFINITION

        CAUSES OF CONSTIPATION

      HOT AND COLD APPLICATIONS-HOT WATER BAG, FORMENTATION, DIFFERENT TYPES OF FOMENTATION,
L
      ICE BAG, COLD COMPRESS, COLD SPONGE

M     ENEMA-DIFFERENT TYPES OF ENEMA, PURPOSE OF ENEMA

        EVACUANT ENEMA

        SIMPLE ENEMA

        MEDICATED MEDICATED

        PURGATIVE

        ANTHEL MENTIC

        OIL ENEMA

        ENEMA

        ASTRINGENT

        CARMINATIVE ENEMA

        RETAINED ENEMA

        NUTRIENT

        EMOLEUENT

        STIMULANT

        SEDATIVE

        ENEMA

        ANAESTHETIC ENEMA

PHARMACOLOGY

A     DEFINITION

B     DRUGS

C     PHARMACY – SOURCE OF DRUGS-FORMS OF DRUGS
D      ROUTES OF ADMINISTRATION

E      VARIOUS TYPES OF DRUGS-CLASSIFICATION-ADVANTAGES AND DISADVANTAGES OF DRUG

F      DOSE-DEFINITION

G      MINIMUM DOSE

H      MAXIMUM DOSE – OVER DOSE

I      ORAL ADMINISTRATION

J      PURPOSE OF ADMINISTRATION

K      METHODS OF ADMINISTARTION

L      CALCULATING DOSAGE

M      DOMESTIC MEASUREMENT

N      METRIC SYSTEM

O      TABLE MEASURE

P      INJECTION-DEFINITION

Q      PURPOSE OF INJECTION

R      COMMON DANGERS OF INJECTION

S      DIFFERENT ROUTES

T      INFUSION

U      SPECIAL POINTS TO BE REMEMBERED

MICROBIOLOGY

A      INFECTION – DEFINITION

B      STERILIZATION – DISINFECTION

C      METHODS OF TRANSMISSION OF DISEASES

D      IMMUNITY-DEFINITION –TYPES

E      BACTERIA-COMMON BACTERIA

F      VIRUSES-DEFINITION SMALL POX VIRUS, CHICKEN POX VIRUS, MEASLES, POLIO, AIDS VIRUSES

PAPER 2 - ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY, SOCIOLOGY, PSYCHOLOGY AND FIRST AID

A      GENERAL ANATOMY OF HUMAN BODY

B      SYSTEMS OF BODY
C       FUNCTIONS OF EACH SYSTEM

D       DISEASES CAUSED TO EACH SYSTEM

E       CARE OF EACH SYSTEM

PHYSIOLOGY

A       HUMAN BODY

B       FUNCTION OF EACH ORGAN

C       DISORDERS OF ORGAN

SOCIOLOGY

A       DEFINITION OF SOCIOLOGY AND SOCIAL PROBLEMS

B       HOW ILLNESS AFFECT SOCIETY

C       ROLE OF SOCIETY IN PREVENTING EPIDERMIC DISEASES

PSYCHOLOGY

A       PSYCHOLOGY – DEFINITION

B       PSYCHOLOGY OF SICK PERSON

C       NEED FOR PSYCHOLOGICAL SUPPORT TO SICK PERSON

D       MENTAL ADJUSTMENT OF INDIVIDUALS

E       CARE OF MENTALLY RETARDED & INSANE PERSONS

FIRST AID

1       FIRST AID – DEFINITION

2       FIRST AIDER-DEFINITION DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

3       ARTIFICIAL RESPIRATION

4       ELECTRIC SHOCK, BURNS, SCALDS,SHOCK

5       CONTROL OF BLEEDING,UNCONSCIOUSNESS

6       BLEEDING FROM NOSE & EAR,EPILEPTIC FITS

7       FRACTURES & INJURIES, DISLOCATION, HIGH FEVER

8       SOMETHING GET STRUCK IN THE THROAT

9       DROWING

10      INSECT BITE
11     DOG BITE

12     SNAKE BITE

13     FOOD POISONING

14     CHEMICAL POISONING

PAPER 3 - NUTRITION, FAMILY PLANNING,COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND ELEMENTS OF MIDWIFERY

NUTRITION

A      DEFINITION

B      FUNCTIONS OF BALANCED DIET

C      MAL NUTRITION, UNDER NUTRITION, OVER NUTRITION

D      REQUREMENTS OF FOOD FOR THE VARIOUS AGE GROUPS

E      DEFICIENCY DISEASES

F      DIET OF THE SICK,AGED CHILD,PRE-SCHOOL, PREGNANT & LACTATING MOTHERS

G      NUTRIENTS AND ITS FUNCTIONS AND SPECIFIC DEFICIENCY DISEASES

FAMILY PLANNING

A      SMALL FAMILY & NUCLEAR FAMILY

B      VARIOUS METHODS OF FAMILY PLANNING

C      MTP & ABORTIONS

D      METHODS OF EDUCATION TO SOCIAL GROUPS

         1. INDIVIDUAL TEACHEING

         2. GROUP TEACHING

         3. FAMILY GUIDANCE AND COUNCELLING

COMMUNICABLE DISEASES AND COMMON DISEASES

A      CLASSIFICATION OF DISEASES

B      DROPLET INFECTION.MEASELES,CHICKEN POX,SMALL POX,MUMPS, INFLUENZA

C      DISEASES AFFECTING RESPIRATORY SYSTEM:TUBERCULOSIS, PNEUMONIA, ASTHMA, BRONCHITIS

       DISEASES AFFECTING GASTRO INTESTINAL SYSTEM: DYSENTERY, DIORRHEA,TYPHOID, CHOLERA,PEPTIC
D
       ULCER, LIVER DISEASES (JAUNDICE,HEPATITIS,CIRRHOSIS,GASTRITIS,APPENDICIITIS)

       SKIN DISEASES & VENEREAL DISEASES, SCABIES, SORIASIS,FUNGAL INFECTION, VENEREAL
E
       DISEASES,LEPROSY.
F         BLOOD ANAEMIA, LEUKEMIA,BLEEDING DISORDERS

G         URINARY DISEASES: GLOMERULO NEPHRITIS, PYELO NEPHRITIS

H         CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES: ANGINA PECTORIS, HYPERTENSION, VALVULAR DISEASES

I         NERVOUS SYSTEM- POLIO, MENINGITIS

J         VIRAL DISEASES : AIDS, RABIES

K         INSCT-BORN DISEASES: MALARIA, FILARIASIS




                                                    BSS SYLLABUS

                            BSS DIPLOMA IN PRACTICAL NURSING - (FINAL YEAR)
Practical for Paper 1, II & III - Three Practical

Paper 1   NURSING, SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

Paper 2   ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ABNORMAL PHYSIOLOGY

Paper 3   MIDWIFERY

Paper 1 - NURSING, SOCIAL AND PREVENTIVE MEDICINE

          ARTIFICICAL NEEDING - NASAL GASTRIC GAVAGE, GASTROSTOMY AND ENTER OSTOMY FEEDING, RECTAL
1
          FEEDING, I.V.INFUSIONS.

2         BLOOD-BLOOD TRANSFUSION

          IRRIGATIONS AND INSTILLATIONS-EYE IRRIGATION, EAR IRRIGATION, VAGINAL IRRIGATION, RECTAL
3
          IRRIGATION, GASTRIC LAVAGE, RECTAL EXAMINATION, LUMBAR PUNCTURE.

          THEATRE TECHNICIQUE - SURGEONS ROOM, NURSE ROOM, INSTRUMENTS ROOM, GENERAL INSTRUMENT,
4         PRE AND POST OPERATIVE CARE, GENERAL NURSING CARE, INCISION AND DRAINAGE, WOUND SUTURING,
          SUTURING MATERIALS, CLIPS.

          ANAESTHESIA - GENERAL ANAESTHESIA, SIGNS AND STAGES OF ANAESTHESIA, CLASSIFICATION OF
5
          GENERAL ANAESTHESIA, INTRAVENOUS ANAESTHESIA, LOCAL ANASTHESIA, SPINAL ANAESTHESIA.

6         PRE-OPERATIVE CARE, POST-OPERATIVE CARE REPORTS AND RECORDS

PAPER-II: ANATOMY, PHYSIOLOGY, ABNORMAL PHYSIOLOGY

ANATOMY

          EDDOCRINE SYSTEM-DUCTLES GLANDS, PITUITARY GLAND, THYROID GLAND, PARA THYROID GLAND,
1
          ADRENAL GLAND, GONADS,

2         URINARY SYSTEM-ORGANS OF URINARY SYSTEM, FUNCTION OF URINARY SYSTEM
3      REPRODUCTIVE SYSTEM-ORGANS OF REPRODUCTION IN MALES AND FEMALES.ITS FUNCTIONS.

4      NERVOUS SYSTEM-BRAIN MAIN SUB-DIVISIONS AND LOBS, SPINAL CORD, VARIOUS SENSE ORGANS.

PHARMACOLOGY

       CLASSIFICATION OF DRUGS ACCORDING TO THE ACTION-ABBREVATIONS IN USE WOUNDS-SURGICAL
       DRESSING
1
       DRUG INTERACTIONS - MECHANISM OF DRUG INTERACTIONS MINOR AILMENTS AND THEIR TREATMENT
       INTRAVENOUS INFUSION, SOLUTION VEINS

ABNORMAL PSYCHOLOGY

1      CLASSIFICATION OF GENERAL POPULATION INTO NORMAL, ABNORMAL AND SUPERIOR

       GENERAL CLASSIFICATION OF ABNORMALITIES-PSHYCHONEUROSIS PSYCHOSIS, METAL DEFICIENY, ANTI
2
       SOCIAL PERSONALITIES

3      OTHER FORMS OF ABNORMALITIES- A DETAILED STUDY.

PAPER III-MIDWIFERY

MIDWIFERY

1      STRUCTURE OF PELVIS-DIFFERENT BETWEEN MALE AND FEMALE PELVIS -
       STRUCTURE OF UTERUS OVULATION-FERTILIZATION-FEMALE
       REPRODUCTIVE ORGANS FEMALE & MALE .
       THE FOETAL SKULL-THE OVUM AND THE FOETUS-ABNORMALITIES OF PREGNENCY,
       THE MECHANISM OF LABOUR- ABNORMALITIES OF LABOUR- ABNORMALITIES OF THE PUREPERIM-
       PREPARATION FOR THE CHILD BIRTH:
       ANTENATAL AND POST NATAL EXERCISE.


       PREGNENCY SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS
       DIFFERENT STAGES OF PHYSIOLOGICAL CHANGES IN PREGNANT WOMEN.
       ABNORMAL PREGNENCY. ANTENATAL CARE, ABDOMINAL EXAMINATION
       LABOUR-NORMAL LABOUR MANAGEMENT OF THREE STAGES OF LABOUR-
       NEWBORN CARE, CARE OF PREMATURE BABY.
       STRUCTURE AND FUNCTION OF PLAENTA PUREPERIUM, POSTNATAL CARE COMPLICATIONS DURING
       PUREPERIUM.
       BABY BATH, HEALTH EDUCATION AFTER DELIVERY, EXAMINATION OF NEW BORN.
       CONJENITIAL ABNORMALITIES OF NEW BORN,
       BREAST FEEDING-ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGES OF BREAST FEEDING,
       WEANING- ARTIFICIAL FEEDING OF INFANTS.

REFERENCE BOOK

       BASIC NURSING PROCEDURE, MANUAL AND ESSENTIAL-THRESIAMMA C.P. FUNDAMENTAL OF NURSING-
1
       VOL I&II-Sr.NANCY.
                                              6.     BSS SYLLABUS


                     BSS DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY           (FIRST YEAR)

SUBJECTS

Paper 1   CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY.

Paper 2   CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY & PARASITOLOGY.

Paper 3   HEAMETOLOGY, BLOOD BANKING & HISTOPATHOLOGY.

PAPER-I CLINICAL BIO CHEMISTRY,

1         INTRODUCTION.

2         GLASS WARES

3         CLEANING OF GLASS WARES.

          EQUIPMENT
            A.CENTRI FUGE.
            B.COMMON BALANCE
4
            C.INCUBATOR AND WATER BATH
            D.REFRIGERATION
            E.DISTILLATON APPARATUS

          UNIT OF MEASUREMENTS
            A.GRAM
5
            B.LITRE
            C.MOLE

6         FUNDAMENTAL CHEMISTRY

7         COMPOSITION BY WEIGHT

8         CONCENTRATION OF SOLUTIONS

9         MEASURING LIQUIDS, SOILDS

10        PHYSICAL CHANGES AND CHEMICAL CHANGES

11        INDICATORS

13        PHOTO ELECTRIC CALORIMETER, PRINCIPLE, PARTS AND MAINTENANCE

          COMPUTERISATION IN CLINICAL LABORATORY
            A.SEMI AUTO ANALZER
14
            B.BATCH ANALYZER
            C.RAMDOM ASSESS AUTO ANALYZER

          LABORATORY DIAGNOSIS OF DIABETES MELLITUS
15          A.DIABETES MELLITUS
            B.SERENING TESTS-URINE SUGAR,F.B.S,P.P.B.S,R.B.S,G.T.T,G.C.T.
         C.GLYCO-HAEMOGLOBIN

       ESTIMATION OF SUGAR IN BLOOD
          A.FOLIN-WU METHOD
16
          B.O-TOLUDINE METHOD
          C.G.O.D/P.O.D.METHOD

PAPER-II CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY AND PARASITOLOGY.

1      INTRODUCTION

2      MICROSCOPE

3      STERILIZATION-DIFFERENT METHODS

4      CLASSIFICATION OF MICRO ORGANISM

5      STRUCTURE OF BACTERIA

6      BACTERIAL GROWTH FACTORS

7      BACTERIAL GROWTH PRODUCTS

8      MORPHOLOGY & STAINING REACTIONS OF BACTERIA

9      SPECIAL STAINS

10     PREPARATION OF CULTURE MEDIA

11     SPECIMEN COLLECTION AND METHOD OF INNOCULATION

PARASITOLOGY

       STOOL EXAMINATION
1        A.MICROSCOPIC EXAMINATION
         B.CONCENTRATION METHODS

2      MORPHOLOGY,CLASSIFICATION AND LIFE CYCLE OF INTESTINAL PARASITES.

3      IDENTIFICATION OF INTESTINAL PARASITES

4      MORPHOLOGY AND LIFE CYCLE OF BLOOD PARASITES

5      INDENTIFICATION OF BLOOD PARASITES.

PAPER-III HAEMATOLOGY, BLOOD BANKING & HISTOPATHOLOGY

1      INTRODUCTION

2      THE LABORATORY,ETHICS AND DUTIES OF TECHNICIAN SAFETY PRECAUTIONS IN THE LABORATORY

3      COLLECTION OF BLOOD, ANTICOAGULANTS

4      HAEMOGLOBIN ESTIMATION, DIFFERENT METHODS

5      TOTAL BLOOD CELL COUNT
            A.R.B.C.COUNT
            B.W.B.C.COUNT
            C.ABSOLUTE EOSINOPHIL COUNT
            D.PLATELET COUNT
            E.RETICULOCYTE COUNT

6         ERYTHROCYTE SEDIMENTATION RATE (E.S.R)

7         PACKED CELL VOLUME

          ERYTHROCYTE INDICES
            A.M.C.V
8
            B.M.C.H
            C.M.C.H.C

          DIFFERENTIAL LENCOCYTE COUNT
9           A.PREPARATION OF BLOOD SMEAR, STAINING METHODS AND MICROSCOPICAL EXAMINATION
            B.INDENTIFICATION OF NORMAL & ABNORMAL CELLS

10        COMPUTERISATION IN HAEMATOLOGY LABORATORY

11        BLEEDING TIME

12        CLOTTING LIME

13        PROTHROMBIN LIME

14        L.E.CELL IDENTIFICATION METHOD

          ROULEAUX FORMATION & AUTO AGGLUTINATION
15


16        BUFFER COAT PREPARATION




                                            BSS SYLLABUS

                   BSS DIPLOMA IN MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY     (FINAL YEAR)

SUBJECTS

Paper 1    CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY

Paper 2    CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY

Paper 3    HAEMATOLOGY, BLOOD BANKING & HISTOPATHOLOGY

PAPER-I CLINICAL BIOCHEMISTRY

           BIO CHEMISTRY TEST PROFILES
1             A. RENAL FUNCTION TESTS
              B. LIVER FUNCTION TESTS
          C. KIDNEY FUNCTION TESTS
          D. THYROID FUNCTION TESTS
          E. LIPID PROFILE

        BLOOD CHEMISTRY ESTIMATIONS
          A. S.UREA
          B. S.CREATININ
          C. S.URIC ACID
          D. S.CHOLESTEROL
2         E. HDL CHOLESTEROL
          F. TRIGLYCERIDES
          G. L.D.L.CHOLESTEROL
          H. S.CALCIUM
          I. S.CHLORIDE
          J. S.PROTEIN,T.PROTEIN,ALBUMIN GLOBULIN

3       SERUM ELECTROLYTES

        ENZYMES
          A. S.AMYLASE
          B. S.GOT
4
          C. S.G.P.T
          D. L.D.H
          E. CREATINE KINASE

5       BLOOD GASES

6       BIOCHEMICAL ANALYSIS OF BODY FLUIDS

        PREGNANCY TESTS
7         A. B.C.G METHOD
          B. GRAVINDEX METHOD

PAPER-II CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY

1       ISOLATION AND IDENTIFICATION OF BACTERIA

2       BIOLOGICAL PROPERTIES OF BACTERIA

3       BIOCHEMICAL TESTS

4       CULTURAL CHARACTERS OF BACTERIA

5       ANTIBIOTIC SENSITIVITY TESTS

6       GRAM POSITIVE COCCI

7       GRAM NEGATIVE COCCI

8       GRAM POSITIVE BACILLI

9       GRAM NEGATIVE BACILLI

10      VIBRIOS

11      SPIROCHACTES
12      LEPTOSPIRA

13      MICROLOGY

14      VIROLOGY

15      IMMUNOLOGY-IMMUNO GLOBULINS

        SEROLOGY
          A. V.D.R.L.TEST
          B. R.P.R.TEST
          C. KHAN GLOCULATION TEST
          D. WIDAL TEST
16        E. C-REACTIVE PROTEIN
          F. ANTI-STREPTOLYSIN O TEST
          G. R.A.FACTOR
          H. HBS AG TEST
          I. ELISA
          J. H.I.V. TEST

        MANTROUX TEST
17        A. OLD TUBER CULIN METHOD
          B. PURIFIED TUBERCULIN METHOD

PAPER-III HAEMATOLOGY, BLOOD BANKING & HISTOPATHOLOGY

        HAEMOPOISES
          A. ERYTHROPOISIS
1
          B. LEUCOPOISIS
          C. THROMBOPOISIS

2       PHYSIOLOGICAL VARIATIONS IN LEUCOCYTES

3       BONE MARROW EXAMINATION

4       MORPHOLOGICAL TYPES OF R.B.C'S

5       ANAEMIA-DIFFERENT TYPES

6       POLY EYTHEMIA

7       LEUKEMIA

8       HODGKIN'S DISEASE

BLOOD BANKING

1       A.B.O.GROUPING

2       RH TYPING

3       COOMBS TEST

4       BLOOD TRANSFUSION

5       DONOR SERENING
6         CROSS MATCHING

7         BLOOD AND ITS PRODUCTS

8         TRANSFUSION COMPLICATIONS

C.S.F & BODY FLUIDS

1         PHYSICAL EXAMINATION

2         MICROSCOPIAL EXAMINATION

REFERENCE BOOK

          HAND BOOK OF MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY (TEXT BOOK VHSC)
1
          COMPILED BY:MINIKUMARI, REMA V.L, DILEEP R.K.

2         CLINICAL NOTES ON MEDICAL LAB TECHNOLOGY-C.M.SAMUEL.

3         HAND BOOK ON MEDICAL LABORATORY TECHNOLOGY-VELOOR MEDICAL COLLEGE




                                               BSS SYLLABUS

                       BSS DIPLOMA IN X-RAY TECHNOLOGY (FIRST YEAR)

PAPER I

1   Anatomy basis

      Definition of anatomy

      Anatomical terms – cells, issues, organs, organ system (definitions)

2   Physiology basis

      Definition of physiology

3   Skeletal system

      Bones

      Classification of bones

      Bones of the skull

      Bones of the thorax

      Bines of the vertebral column

      Bones of the upper and lower limbs
      Joins of the skeletal system, Air sinuses of skull

4   Digestive system

      Parts (mouth, 0esophagus, pharynx, stomach, intestines, rectum, glands)

      Diagram of digestive system

      Mouth (Different regions, salivary glands)

      0esophagus (length, position)

      Stomach (part, glands in stomach, layers)

      Small intestine (Parts, glands)

      Large intestine (Parts)

      Lever, Pancreas, salivary glands (secretions and functions)

      Physiology of digestion

      Digestion in mouth (Action of salivary enzymes juice, pancreatic juice and bile)

      Functions of large intestine

5   Circulatory System

      Parts (Heart, Arteries, Veins, Capillaries)

      Heart (Anatomy with diagram)

      Pericardium

      Blood vessels attached to heart

      Conductive system of heart

      Cardiac cycle

      Types of circulation (Systemic, Pulmonary, Coronary and Portal)

      Aortic arch and it’s branches

      Heart rate

      Stroke volume

      Cardiac output

      Layers of arteries and veins
6   Respiratory System

       Anatomy of respiratory system (Parts)

       Physiology of respiration (Inspiration expiration and gaseous exchange)

7   Blood

       Composition (Brief account only)

8   Execratory System

       Anatomy of renal system (with spiral reference to kidneys and enshrouds) ( with the diagrams)

       Physiology of urine formation (Stops)

       Composition and characteristics of normal urine (Brief account)

       Proteinuma

       Glucose

       Haematuria

       Glomerular filuation rate (G.F.R) definition

PAPER II : ELECTRICITY PHYSICS

    Magners magnetism, types and properties of magners ferromagnetic substances paramagnetic substances –
1
    diamagnetic substantial – artificial method of making magnets

2   Conductors insulators electroscope sparking – arcing

3   Fundamental unit of speed: Acceleration force work large joule power horse power

4   Potential difference: Factors affecting the potential difference of a conductor

    Ohm’s law: Mathematical representation – on the basis of ohm’s law definition of volt-amps-ohm-resistance-
5
    ammeter

6   Electrical circuits: Ruler – calculation of total resistance-total current-individual voltage drop etc

7   Chemical effect of current electrolysis-electrolytes-voltammeter-faraday’s laws of electrolysis-electroplating

8   Hearting effect of current: joule’s law-calculation of quantity of heart product current passed etc

    Electro magnetic induction-principle law and principle of a dynamo magnetic effect of current faraday’s laws
9
    of effect electromagnetic induction-Lenz’s law-3+ magnetic flux 2 3

10 Diagram of X-ray tube and working
Nervous System

       C.N.S peripheral nervous system, anatomic nervous system

       Nervous (With diagram)

       Meanings

       C.S.F

       Parts of C.N.S

       Brain (With diagrams)

       i. Cerebrum

       ii. Brain stem

       iii. Cerebellum

       Spinal cord structure (With diagram)

       Physiology functions of the various part of the brain

PAPER III : RADIOLOGY PHYSICS

1   Matter, Energy and different types of energy

2   Atomic structure and fundamentals

3   Radioactivity

4   X-Rays

       Hands and soft X-Rays

       Production and properties

       Continuous and characteristic X-Rays

       Quality of X-Rays

       Heel effect

       Thematic omission

5   Measurement of lionizing radiation

       Exposure

       Roentgen
6   X-Ray Technology

       X-Ray tubes

       Different parts of an X-Ray tube

       Stationary anode tube

       Rotating anode tube

7   Filters Restrictors

       Physical principle

       Inherent filtration

       Added filtration

       Wedge filter

8   Beam Restrictors

       Aperture diagrams

       Collimators

       Cones and cylinders

9   Grids and Different Types of Grid

10 Effects of X-Ray

       Fluorescence

       Phosphorescence

       Luminescence

11 X-Ray Films

12 Screens

       Intensifying screens

       Construction

       Fluorescents screens

13 Geometric factions influencing images

       Magnification and distortion
       Image unhappiness

14 Radiation protection

15 Radiation protection devices and personal monitoring devices

16 Hazards of radiation

Reference Text

Radiology - Brayas

PAPER IV : POSITIONING IN RADIOGRAPHY

1   Terminology

       Anatomical terminology

       Positioning terminology

       Projection terminology

2   Exposure factors

       Millie ampere

       Kilovolt age

3   Positioning of the upper limb Basic alternative and additional projections for

       Hand

       Fingers

       Thumb

       Scaphoid

       Carpal bones

       Carpal tunnel

       Wrist

       Fore arm

       Elbow joint

       Homeruns

4   The Shoulder
       Shoulder

       Acromio – clavicular joints

       Clavicle

       Sterna – clavicular joint

       Scapula

5   Bones of the thorax

       Ribs

       Sternum

6   The Lower Limb

       Foot

       Toes

       Cleaners

       Ankle joint

       Leg

       Knee joint

       Femur

7   Hip joint, Pelvis and sacro-iliac joint

       Hip joint and upper third of femur

       Pelvis

       Sacro – iliac joint

8   The Vertebral column

       Cervical Vertebra

       Thoracic Vertebra

       Lumbar Vertebra

9   The Skull

10 Mastoid
11 Para nasal

12 Facial bone

       Maxillae

       Mandible

13 Dental radiography

14 Lungs/heart and aorta

15 The abdomen and pelvic cavity

16 Mammography

Reference Text

Positioning in Radiography - Clarks

PAPER V : DARK ROOM TECHNIQUE

1   Types of radiography films

2   Construction of film

3   Various sages of film processing

4   X-ray developer fixer, replenished

5   Dark room construction

6   Dark room safe light pass box

7   Safe light test

8   Automatic X-Ray film processing

9   Intensifying screen and properties

10 Cassette and hangers

11 Practical safety measures in diagnostic radiography

12 Radiation hazards and protection

13 Film faults
                                                   BSS SYLLABUS

                         BSS DIPLOMA IN X-RAY TECHNOLOGY                      (FINAL YEAR)

PAPER I : SPECIAL RADIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION

PAPER II : RADIATION HAZARDS & SAFETY MEASURES RADIATION PROTECTION

PAPER III : HOSPITAL PRACTICE AND PATIENT CARE

PAPER IV : RADIOGRAPHIC PHYSICS

PAPER V : ECG & RADIO DIAGNOSIS AND IMAGING SERVICES

PAPER I : SPECIAL RADIOLOGICAL INVESTIGATION

1 Barium meal whole G.I. Tract, Barium swallow and barium enema

2 Oral cholecystogram, I.V. cholecystogram T. Tube cholecystogram

3 Intravenous PolyGram, Retrograde cyst arteriogram

4 Hysterical phonograms (HSG) pelvic anemogram

5 Brochogram, sialogram, sonogram

6 Renal angiogram, femoral angiogram, Splenoportal venogram, venogram, lymph angiogram, cardio angiogram

7 Vesiculography nasopharyngography, laryngography, Orthography, Myelogram

PAPER II : RADIATION HAZARDS & SAFETY MEASURES RADIATION PROTECTION

    Code of proactive for the protection of persons against joining radiation, protective materials, lead, lead
1
    equivalent, building materials

2 Personal monitoring devices i. Film badge ii. TLD (Thermo Luminescent Dosimeter) iii. Pocket dosimeter

3 Late and immediate effects of radiation

4 Maximum permissible doe (MPD)

       Occupational exposure

       Occasional exposure

5 Methods of protection against radiation

6 Maximum permissible dose (MPD)
       Occupational exposure

       Occasional exposure

7 Methods of protection against radiation

       Recommended diagnostic installation

       Proper protective device

       The equipment is satisfactory

       The work practices are satisfactory

8 Radiation protection in fluoroscopic procedure

PAPER III : HOSPITAL PRACTICE AND PATIENT CARE

1 Patient care general: Infants, children and adult

    Side effect and reaction of contrast media, classification of reactions of contrast media and treatment of contrast
2
    reactions

3 Hygiene on the x-ray department

4 Drugs in the x-ray department

5 Preparation of the patient for special radiological procedure

PAPER IV : RADIOGRAPHIC PHYSICS

    Operation of x-ray control panel, exposure factors, voltmeter, ammeter and mains voltage compensator,
1
    exposure times, circuit breaker and safety

2 Special radiographic equipment

       Mobile unit

       Portable unit

       Dental unit

3 Advanced diagnostic equipment

       Computerized axial tomography (CT Scanning)

       Ultra sound (Ultra sonography (USU Scanning)

       Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI Scanning)

PAPER V : ECG & RADIO DIAGNOSIS AND IMAGING SERVICES
1 Introduction

   Introduction ECG

2 Normal Electrocardiogram

   Atria complexes, PR interval, QRS complex, ST segment, T waves, Q.T interval, Heart position, how to record
   an ECG.

3 Abnormal electrocardiogram

   Abnormal waves, bilateral bindle branch, branch block

4 Disorders of Cardiac – Rhythm

   Disorders of Rhythm Physiological of cardiac rhythm A.V node, sinus rhythm, Sino atria block, partial SA block
   complete S.A. block

5 Exercise Test

   Types of exercise tests, preparation of patient for exercise testing etc

6 Transmission & Emission

   X-Ray, ultra sound, computer tomography (CT) magnetic resonance imaging MRI, mammography

7 Planning and organizing radio diagnosis and imaging service

   Equipment requirement, expected work load, location, area, patient waiting area, circulating area, technical area,
   x-ray room, related area for x-ray deportment CT area, MRI centre.

8 Equipment planning procurement and planning

   Equipment maintenances, Equipment management plan, staffing policies and procedure.
                                               BSS SYLLABUS

               BSS DIPLOMA IN OPERATION THEATER TECHNOLOGY (FIRST YEAR)

Practical for Paper 1, II & III - Three Practical

Paper
         Anatomy
1

Paper
         Fundamental Conceits and Procedures Related to Operation Theater and techniques
2

Paper
         Anesthetic drugs & Equipments and Special Operation Theater Tray set up
3

Paper 1 - ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY

Unit - 1 Introduction to anatomy of the human body

1        Characteristics of living matter

2        The structure of living matter

3        Tissue system & various of human body

4        Anatomy of circulatory system

5        Anatomy of respiratory system

6        Anatomy of digestive system

7        Anatomy of live billiard system & pancreas

8        Anatomy of endocrine & exocrine glands

9        Anatomy of urinary system

10       Anatomy of nervous system

11       Anatomy of special sense organs

12       Anatomy of reproductive system

13       Anatomy of lymphatic system

14       Anatomy of skeletal system

Unit - II introduction of physiology of human body

1        Psychology of circulatory system
2       Psychology of respiration system

3       Psychology of lymphatic system

4       Psychology of digestive system

5       Psychology of liver billiard system & pancreas

6       Psychology of endocrine & exocrine glands

7       Psychology of urinary system

8       Psychology of nervous system

9       Psychology of special senses

10      Psychology of reproductive system

Paper 2 - Fundamental Conceits and Procedures Related to Operation Theater and techniques

Unit - I Introduction to fundamental concepts related to operation theatre technology

1       Characteristics of living matter

2       Psychological support of surgical patient

3       Admission procedure & Transfer procedure

4       Environmental control - cleaning and disinfection of O.T. corridor

5       Storage room

6       Operative room record

7       Role of the theatre assistant

Unit - II Fundamental procedures related to operation theatre & techniques

1       Aseptic techniques including carbonization

2       Infection control - segregation of OT waste

3       Different method of sterilization - autoclaving

4       CSSD - procedures & formalities

5       Care in operation theatre

6       Role of the theatre assistant

Unit - III Organization of operation theatre
1           Operation theatre team members

2           Operative tables

3           Instrument

4           Emergency Medicality

5           Emergency devices

6           Anesthetic machines

Unit - III Operative room emergency

1           Hemorrhage

2           Shock

3           Cardiac and respiratory arrest

4           Death

5           Knowledge of CPR

6           Role of the theatre assistant

Paper 3 - Anesthetic drugs & Equipments and special operation theatre tray set up

Unit - I Anesthetic

1           General information

2           General Anesthetic, regional anesthesia, condition anesthesia spinal & epidural anesthesia

3           Methods for preparation of patients for anesthesia

Unit - II

1           Tray setup for general surgery

2           Instruments & tray setup of face & neck surgery

3           Tray setup for heart surgery

4           Operation of the neck & throat

5           Ophthalmic surgery

6           Thoracic surgery

7           Operation as the genitor - urinary track
8         Gynecological & obstetrical operation

9         Ortho - surgical operation

10        Operation on the vascular system

11        Radium insertion

12        Breast surgical

13        Role of the theatre assistant

14        Paramedic system

Unit - III Protection of patient in surgery & Role of the theatre assistant

Unit - IV Drugs used in operation theatre & Role of the theatre assistant




                                                   BSS SYLLABUS

               BSS DIPLOMA IN OPERATION THEATRE TECHNOLOGY                              (FINAL YEAR)

Practical for Paper 1, II & III - Three Practical

          Care of patient undergoing surgery (Pre and intra operative) after care of equipment and devices of
Paper 1
          resuscitation.

          Surgical procedures and monitoring operation theatre ethics/discipline, safety of operation room personal
Paper 2
          and screening test

          Infection control in operation theatre, role of the theatre assistant in and general instruments in operation
Paper 3
          theatre

Paper 1 - CARE OF PATIENT UNDERGOING SURGERY (PRE & INTRA OPERATIVE) CARE OF
WQUIPMENT

Unit I - Care of patient undergoing surgery

1         Psychology support of surgical patient

2         Pre & intra operative care of patient undergoing neck surgery

3         Pre & intra operative care of patient undergoing breast procedures
4         Pre & intra operative care of patient undergoing general abdominal surgery

5         Gynecological & obstetric surgery

6         Genitourinary surgery (pre & intra operative)

7         Thoracic surgery (pre & intra operative)

8         Cardiac surgery

9         Orthopedic surgery

10        Nero & plastic surgery

11        ENT

12        Ophthalmic surgery

13        Pediatric procedures

Unit II - Care of equipments after surgery

1         Disinfection

2         Sending the instrument to CSSD

3         Packing of instrument

Unit III - Resuscitation devices - Role of the theatre assistant

1         Disinfection and cleaning of defibrillator, heart lung machines ventilators etc

Paper 2 - Surgical procedure & monitoring - operations theatre ethics/discipline, safety for Operation room
personnel & microbiology

Unit I - Surgery procedures & monitoring

1         Pre operative consideration

2         Protection of the patient in surgery

3         Preparation of surgical instrument for different surgeries

4         Role of the theatre assistant

Unit II - Safety for operation room personnel

1         Fire safety

2         Body mechanic, Air conditioning system
3         Fatigue factors, safety levels of anesthetic gases

4         Radiation surgery, intra operative x-ray, radioactive implant

5         Infection control

6         Chemical hazards, hospital protective measures

7         Screening tests for O.T

8         Role of the theatre assistant in monitoring safety of O.T.

Unit III - Legal & ethical issues in operation theatre

Paper 3 - Infection control in operation theatre & general to instruments
Unit I - infection control

1         Segregation of waste

2         Cooler condensing system

3         Infection control in O.T

4         Screening teat - wall SWAB, floor SWAB

5         Disposal of OT waste

6         Role of the theatre assistant

Unit II - General Instruments in to & role of theatre assistant

1         Therapeutic instrument & diagnostic instrumentation

2         Electrical circuit components

3         Electrical shock

4         Protecting the patient against chock

5         Fire safety

6         Transducers amplifiers & bio potential

7         Micro processor based equipment

8         Laser & surgical devices - laser safety

9         Intra venous pumps & catheters

10        Ventilators
11   Role of the theatre assistant

REFERENCE BOOK

1    Evelyn Pearce - Anatomy & physiology

2    Colin D.Johnson - Essential surgical techniques

3    DR.Rashmi, S.Patel, operation theatre technology, Vora medical publication

				
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