DEPARTMENT OF MEDICINE
|Life is a dynamic process. The even tenor of health conceals the continuous storm raging in every nook and corner of the body. The reason why disturbance is an essential part of the tranquility characterizing health is that the living body is like a running engine. The disturbances faced by the human body are enormous and it is a felt need of the health care delivery system to rectify and cater to the needs of the community. We at the department of Medicine are not only committed to provide the best available patient care services but also to impart academic training and teaching to our students which is at par with the global standards.
The Department of Medicine –
- trains the doctors for “evidence based medicine”
-and to deal with all medical emergencies
We have 11 bedded Intensive Care Unit (ICU) for critically ill patients and 7 bedded fully equipped ICCU with central monitoring for cardiac patients.
We have distinguished faculty for teaching and training of Under Graduate and Post Graduate Students
Total no. of Units : 06
Total Bed Strength : 180+11 (ICU)+7 (ICCU)+4 (Dialysis)
In Dept. of Medicine, We are involved in –
Health Care Delivery to the Patients
Teaching and training the under graduates
and post graduates Providing community services
Research & other academic activities
|Our main objectives are that at the end of the course, the student should be proficient in the following -|
|The major objectives of the department are such that at the end of the course, the student shall be able to:
1. diagnose common modes of management including drug therapeutics especially dosage, side effects, toxicity, interactions, indications and contra-indications;
2. outline various modes of management including drug therapeutics especially dosage, side effects, toxicity, interactions, indications and contra-indications;
3. propose diagnostic and investigative procedures and ability to interpret them;
4. provide first level management of acute emergencies promptly and efficiently and decide the timing and level of referral, if required;
5. recognize geriatric disorders and their management;
6. develop clinical skills (history taking, clinical examination and other instruments of examination) to diagnose various common medical disorders and emergencies; 7. refer a patients to secondary and/or tertiary level of health care after having instituted primary care;
8. perform simple routine investigations like haemogram, stool, urine, sputum and biological fluid examinations;
9. assist the common bedside investigative procedures like pleural tap, lumbar puncture, bone marrow aspiration/biopsy and liver biopsy;
10. with community medicine and physical medicine and rehabilitation to have the knowledge and be able to manage important current national health programmes, also to be able to view the patients in his/her total physical, social and economic milieu;
11. with other relevant academic inputs which provide scientific basis of clinical medicine eg. anatomy, physiology, biochemistry, microbiology, pathology and pharmacology.
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