Faridpur Medical College

Department of Surgery & Allied Subjects

In the department of surgery lets the students develop the skill for the treatment of injuries, diseases, and other disorders by manual and instrumental means.

Department of Anatomy

Brief Outlook

Departmental Objectives:

The aim of this course is to provide community oriented & need based education so as to produce basic doctors who will be able to:

  • elicit a complete clinical history & physical findings and formulate diagnosis of common surgical problems prevalent in
  • carry out necessary investigations & interpret the results
  • perform minor surgical procedures and treat minor surgical problems
  • recognize the major surgical problems needing specialized care, initiate the primary treatment and refer to the appropriate centers
  • diagnose and provide competent primary care in surgical
  • carry out the responsibility of management in common casualties or natural calamities to offer and arrange basic life
  • take necessary preventive & prophylactic measures in surgical
  • be involved in continued care & rehabilitation of surgical
  • deliver health education in the community with emphasis on the preventive aspects of surgical
  • demonstrate the right attitude in
    • Patient Care
    • Community health care
    • Continuing medical education & research
    • Observing the moral & legal codes of medical ethics

List of Competencies to Acquire:

  1. Clinical –
    1. build rapport with patients, colleagues and supporting staffs of the hospital
    2. take detail relevant history
    3. conduct thorough clinical Examination
    4. decide on a provisional working diagnosis
    5. perform and/or order relevant investigations considering the cost effectiveness
    6. interpret common laboratory and imaging investigations
    7. calculate fluid and electrolyte requirements
    8. evaluate and make initial management of acute trauma patient
    9. adopt aseptic techniques and procedures and maintain principles of sterilization
  2. Communication-
    1. obtain permission before any examination and clinical procedures
    2. obtain informed consent for surgical procedures including organ
    3. appreciate right to privacy and information about the disease and its consequence
  3. Managerial-
    1. provide leadership during team work
    2. implement time management skills
    3. issue certificates ( discharge, death, medical and injury ).
    4. write notes ( case notes, operation notes, referrals )
    5. keep detail and systematic records and
    6. use computer and IT
  4. Manipulative and practical skills-
    1. adopt universal aseptic techniques in handling surgical patient
    2. start IV lines
    3. insert NG tubes
    4. introduce urethral catheter and perform supra-pubic cystostomy
    5. drain superficial abscess
    6. perform per-rectal examination
    7. achieve control external hemorrhage
    8. carry out initial management of wound
    9. repair minor wounds
    10. complete primary management of fractures and arrange transfer to appropriate centers.
    11. apply splints, slings, POP casts and slabs, tractions

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The Teachers

Head of the department

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Associte professors

Assistant professors

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Lecturers

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The Course Details

Distribution of Teaching - Learning Hours:

Subject

Lecture

(in hours)

 

Tutorial/ Practical/ Demonstration

Integrated teaching

Clinical/Bedside teaching (in week)

Total

Weeks

Block posting

Formative Exam

Summative Exam

 

2nd

Phase

3rd

Phase

4th

Phase

Total

 

2nd

Phase

3rd

Phase

4th

Phase

4 wks

Preparatory leave -15 days

Preparatory leave -15 days Exam time –30 days

General Surgery

35

30

60

125

200

20

12+4

6

22

Orthopaedic s

5

10

30

45

4

4

8

Radiology

5

5

1

1

Radiothera

py

8

8

1

1

Transfusio n medicine

5

5

1

1

Anesthesia

10

10

1

1

Neurosurg

ery

2

5

7

1

1

Pediatric

Surgery

5

10

15

2

2

Urology

5

10

15

2

2

Burn Plastic

Surgery

3

2

5

1

1

Emergency

& casualty

1

1

Dentistry

1

1

Ophthalmo logy

40 hrs

40

4

4

8

Otolaryngo

logy

40 hrs

40

 

4

4

8

Total

300 hrs

200

20

20 wks

14 wks

24 wks

58wks

4wks

  

Grand total

520 hours

62 weeks

75 days

(Time for exam. preparatory leave and formative & summative assessment is common for all subjects of the phase )

 

Teaching - Learning Methods, Teaching Aids and Evaluation:

Teaching Methods

Teaching aids

In course evaluation

Large

group

Small group

teaching

Self

learning

Others

Lectures

Tutorials, Problem Based Learning,

Clinical demonstrations OPD / indoor Attending & observing minor operations Demonstrations of

X-rays specimen, Observations in ICU, Postoperative

ward, Case Presentation and discussion.

Assignment, Self study

Integrated teaching,

Visit to radiotherapy & nuclear medicine centre

Computer,

Chalk & board, OHP, Multimedia, Photographs &Videos, Specimens, & Models, Plain & Contrast X-rays of Upper & lower GIT, I.V.U, Fractures

Skull X-rays Sinogram & Fistulogram Ultrasonogrph , Abdomen

HBS & Pancreas Urinary tract

Scans, thyroid scans, ,

C.T. Scan , MRI, .

Item Examination Card final , Term Examination Term final (written, oral+ practical +

clinical)

   

Attend centers where investigations for hearing impairment, vertigo, Tinnitus are available.

 

Assessment of Surgery:

Components

Marks

On each component

Sub total Marks

Total Marks

Written examination

 

Formative assessment marks

General Surgery Ophthalmology ENT

 Written

Paper – 1: General Surgery : (MCQ+SAQ) Paper – II: Ophthalmology: (MCQ+SAQ)

ENT :         (MCQ+SAQ)

 

 

 

10

05

05

 

(20+70)

 

(10+35)

 

(10+35)

 

 

 

20

 

 

90

 

45

 

45

 

 

 

20

 

 

 

180

Oral, Clinical & Practical

General Surgery

(Oral+ Clinical+ Practical)

Ophthalmology

(Oral+ Clinical+ Practical)

ENT

(Oral+ Clinical+ Practical)

Oral examination should be structured.

(60+60+60)

(20+20+20)

(20+20+20)

180

60

60

300
Grand Total Marks  500

Final Professional Examination:

Marks distribution for assessment of surgery Total marks – 500 (Summative)

  • Written = 200 ( Formative Assessment-20 +MCQ-40+ SAQ -140=200)
  • Oral = 100
  • Clinical = 100
  • Practical = 100

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Ophthalmology

Departmental Objectives:

The objective of this course is to provide need-based education so as to produce a quality doctor who will be able to

  • deal with common ocular ailments
  • identify, give initial management & refer ocular emergency cases appropriately
  • provide leadership in the sphere of primary eye care in the country as well as

List of Competencies to Acquire:

  • Measure visual acuity of adult and children, a. unaided b. with pin hole with glass;
  • Examine color vision & examination of visual field (confrontation method)
  • Examine ocular movement and alignment; assessment of pupillary light reflex (direct and consensual)
  • Perform direct
  • Perform digital
  • Perform Regurgitation test of lacrimal
  • Perform Fluorescein dye test, irrigation of conjunctival sac & installation of eye drops/ointment.
  • Perform eversion of upper lid & removal of conjunctival foreign
  • Diagnose and give treatment of bacterial conjunctivitis, vitamin A deficiency disease (night blindness, Bittot’s spot, xerophthalmia), initiate treatment of minor trauma, correction of simple presbyopia and referral of difficult
  • Diagnose and initiate treatment and referral of ocular emergency cases:
  • trauma, b. painful red eye. c. corneal ulcer/keratits, d. corneal foreign body, e. acute dacryocystits.
  • Diagnose and referral for specialist management: cataract, chalazion, pterygium, leucocoria of children, squint, cases with reduced vision

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Otorhinolaryngology & Head-Neck Surgery

Departmental Objectives:

The aim is to teach undergraduate medical students so as to produce need based community oriented doctors who will be capable of :

  1. diagnosing and managing common ENT & Head-Neck
  2. referring complicated ENT and head-neck disorders to appropriate centres if and when necessary
  3. managing common emergencies in ENT & head-neck disease
  4. giving preventive advice on certain aspects of ENT & head-neck diseases

List of Competencies to Acquire:

  1. The art of appropriate history taking
  2. Should perform primary ENT & head-neck examination procedure
  3. Should use the aural speculum, nasal speculum, tongue depressor, laryngeal  mirror,  tuning fork and head mirror/light, otoscope & other instruments as listed in the enclosure
  4. Should be able to describe the clinical application of basic anatomy & physiology of Ear, Nose and Throat
  5. Should be able to describe the pathology of common ENT disorders & disorders of the Head- Neck region
  6. Should list commonly used drugs and describe their adverse effects
  7. Should recommend common investigative procedures and special investigation (CT, MRI, and sonography, etc)
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