Bachelor of Acupuncture in Medical Science:
Acupuncture is a Chinese treatment process which was originated 5000 years ago. It is a process of inserting needles into the body at a specific location of treatment.
NAME OF COURSE :
Bachelor of Acupuncture in Medical Science
|QUALIFICATIONS / ELIGIBILITY :||12 / Diploma in Acupuncture|
|DURATION OF COURSE :||4 Years|
First-Year - Rs. 50000
Second Year - Rs. 50000
Third-Year - Rs. 50000
Fourth-Year - Rs. 50000
Rs. 1500 per Semester/Year
|HOSTEL FEE||Rs. 40000 Non AC Facility/Year|
|HOSTEL FEE||Rs. 60000 for AC Facility/Year|
|RE-EXAMINATION FEE||Rs. 250 per Paper/Subject|
|1ST AND 2ND YEAR|
1. The Human Anatomy
3. Embryology and Human Genetics
These subjects should contain lectures as well as adequate practical sessions where necessary.
End of six semesters an examination should be held for evaluation on each of these subjects.
i. Medically important bacteria
Lecture topics: Organization, structure, classification and bacterial diseases.
Practical: Microscopy study of bacteria.
ii. Medically important viruses
Lecture topics: Organization, structure, classification and viral diseases.
Practical: Microscopy study of viruses.
iii. Medical mycology
Lecture topics: Organization, structure, classification and fungal diseases.
Practical: Microscopy study of fungi.
v. Disinfection and sterilization.
2. Medical Parasitology:
i. Life cycles of protozoa, nematodes and important diseases caused by them.
ii. Detailed study of malaria and filiariasis.
3. Community Medicine:
i. Principles of Epidemiology and epidemiological methods.
iii. Health planning and management.
iv. Health care in the community.
Cells and tissues in health and disease, Disturbance of water and electrolyte imbalances., Homeostasis, bleeding disorders and thrombosis, Inflammation, healing and repair, Diseases of immune system, Nutritional disorder, Growth and neoplasia, Cardiovascular system, Respiratory system, The blood and bone marrow, The lymphoreticular system, Alimentary tract, Liver, biliary tract and pancreas, The nervous system, The kidneys and urinary tract, Locomotor system, The female reproductive system and breast, The male reproductive system, Endocrine pathology, The skin.
These three semesters will be a combination of Lectures and of clinical orientation sessions. students should involve in clinical training and get familiar with the patient care and handling.
i. History of acupuncture, Scientific basis of acupuncture Materials and techniques Sterilization of needles and care of needles, Methods of locating acupuncture points, Posture of patients and methods of puncture, Stimulation and needling sensation Gate control theory of pain, Physiological effects of acupuncture, Complications and contraindications to acupuncture, Anatomy of acupuncture, yin and yang and Zang-fu organs
ii. Znag-fu functions
iii. Channels: - Lung channel, Large intestinal channel, Stomach channel (part-I), Stomach channel (part-II), Spleen channel, Heart channel, Small intestine channel, Urinary bladder channel (part-I), Urinary bladder channel (part-II) pericardium channel, Sanjiao channel, Gall bladder channel, Liver channel, Du channel, Ren channel, Extra-ordinary points , Unnumbered extra-ordinary points
iv. Prohibited points and dangerous points
v. Principles of selection of points by modern method.
i. Traditional Chinese medicine - Pathology-I, Pathology-II, Jing-Luo
ii. Traditional Chinese diagnostic methods
iii. Pulse diagnosis
iv. Tongue diagnosis
v. Ear diagnosis
vi. Circulation of vital energy (Qi)
vii. Principles of energy transfer in therapeutics
viii. The great law of Bu and Xie
ix. Traditional laws of acupuncture in therapy, The noon-midnight law and organ clock, Mother-son law and husband-wife law, The theory of five elements, The sixty command points.
Systematic therapy-modern method
The disorders of nervous system, The disorders of respiratory system, The disorders of the cardio-vascular system, The disorders of the gastro-intestinal system, Hepatic, splenic and pancreatic disorder, The disorders of the gentio-urinary system, Gynecological disorders, Locomotor disorders (diseases of soft tissues, muscles, bones and tendons), Skin disorders, Blood disorders, Endocrine disorders, Psychiatric disorders, Eye disorders, Ear disorders, Disorders of children, Acute disorders.
|Mechanical, hydrotherapy, heat, cold, light, and electrotherapy.|
|Traditional Chinese therapeutics|
|Wind stroke, Yin and yang excess of the head region, Yang excess of face and Wei syndrome, Excess extrinsic lung disorders and deficiency of lung, Imbalance of the lung, Disharmony of heart and other organs, Heart excess and dysfunction, Dysfunction of stomach and diaphragm, Disharmony of stomach and abdominal Zang-Fu, Dysfunctions of the digestive tract and associated organs, Liver and gall bladder dysfunctions, Kidney and urinary bladder dysfunction (45min), Bi syndromes and Qi and blood obstruction in soft tissues, Wei syndromes, Disorders of lower Jiao, Endogenous wind yin excess, Extrinsic heat disorder, exogenous heat, toxic excess heat, Goiter, Exogenous heat disorders of eye Deafness and tinnitus, dizziness and vertigo, Rhinitis, rhinorrhoea, sinusitis and epitasis, Extrinsic humid heat and damp disorder (malaria)|
• History taking
• Clinical examination-Modern method, traditional method: pulse and tongue examination
• Interpretation of clinical investigations.
• Differential diagnosis and definitive diagnosis
• Strategy of treatment and management plan for the patient.
• Clinical demonstration on: Auriculotherapy, Head needle therapy, Pulse and tongue diagnosis, Management of substance abuse, Management of emergencies, Management of pain
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