HKE Society's Dr. Maalakaraddy Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital, Kalaburagi

Affiliated to
Rajiv Gandhi University of Health Sciences,
Karnataka, Bengaluru

Recognized by
Central Council of Homoeopathy, New Delhi

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           Department of Obstetrics & Gyneocology

 

Gynecology and obstetrics are the studies of the female reproductive system:

Obstetrics is the field of medical practice that deals with pregnancy, childbirth, and the care of mothers and infants during the postpartum period

Gynecology is a science dealing with the diseases of women’s reproductive organs. It deals with health issues of a women starting right from birth up to the menopause

The purpose of studying obstetrics and Gynecology in homoeopathic undergraduate course is to provide students with the knowledge of health and disease dynamics of female reproductive system and gain ability to optimally manage common conditions affecting it with Homoeopathic medicines.

 Department has the following Objectives:

The student shall be able to;

1. Understand the applied anatomy and physiology of the female generative organs.
2. Detect the normal pregnancy, labour, puerperium and manage the problems relating to them.
3. Describe the national program of maternal and child health, family welfare and their implications at various levels.
4. Identify common gynaecological diseases and describe principles of their homoeopathic management.
5. Counseling a couple on the use of various available contraceptive devices.
6. Resuscitative newborn and recognize congenital abnormalities.
7. Understand the application of knowledge of Organon & Materia Medica in Obstetrics & Gynecological disorders.

ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES:

The course of study is for 2years i.e. during IInd and IIIrd year BHMS. The examination shall be at the end of IIIrd year.

TEACHING PROGRAMME (UG):

 

Total No. theoretical Teaching hours

II BHMS 60 Hrs

III BHMS 150 Hrs

Total No. Teaching hours for Practical/Clinical

II BHMS 60 Hrs

III BHMS 150 Hrs

Advanced Teaching Programme Prepared

Yes

Teaching Diary Maintenance

Yes

Practical records of students

Yes

Seminars held on Practice of Medicine

Yes

Tutorial Classes Provision with No. of Students in each Batch

Yes, 20- 25

Facility for demonstration at Bedside in college hospital

Yes

Facility for demonstration at Bedside in superspeciality hospital

Yes

Bedside training on applied Homoeopathic Materia Medica

Yes

Time Table

Yes

Interaction with other departments

Yes

GYNAECOLOGY AND OBSTETRICS INCLUDING INFANT CARE:

The study will start in II (Second) BHMS and complete in III (Third) BHMS, Examination will be held in III (Third) BHMS.

Following is the plan to achieve the above.

II BHMS Syllabus :

 Gynecology:

1. Anatomy of female reproductive organs

2.Blood vessels, lymphatics of pelvic organsBlood vessels, lymphatics of pelvic organs

3. Congenital malformation of female genital organs

4.Development of genital organs & gonads

5. Puberty & menopause

6. Neuro-endocrinology in relation to reproduction

7. Menstruation

8. Examination of gynecological patient

9. Inter-sex

10. Uterine displacements

Obstrics:

1. Anatomy of reproductive organs

2. Fundamentals of reproduction

3. Placenta & membranes

4. The fetus

5. Physiological changes during pregnancy

6. Endocrinology in relation to reproduction

7. Fetus-in-utero

8. Fetal skull & maternal pelvis

9. Diagnosis of pregnancy

10. Antenatal care

11. Normal-labor

12. Normal puerperium

13. Care of new born

14. Vomiting in pregnancy

15. Induction of labour

III BHMS:

GYNAECOLOGY:

1. Pelvic infections

2. Sexually transmitted diseases

3. Infection of the individual organs

4. Dysmenorrhoea& other disorders of menstruation

5. Abnormal menstrual bleeding

6. Amenorrhea

7. Infertility

8. Benign lesion of vulva & vagina

9. Benign lesion of cervix

10. Benign lesions of uterus

11. Benign lesions of ovary

12. Endometriosis & Adenomyosis

13. Genital malignancy

14. Urinary problems in gynecology

15. Genital fistula

16. Genital tract injuries

17. Contraception

18. Chemotherapy caused complications

 

OBSTETRICS:

1. Hemorrhage in pregnancy

2. Multiple-pregnancy, hydramnios& placental abnormalities

3. Hypertensive disorders in pregnancy

4. Ante-partum hemorrhage

5. Abnormalities of puerperium

6. Medical & surgical illness complicating pregnancy

7. Gynecological disorders during pregnancy

8. Pre-term labor, rupture of membranes, IUD of fetus & post-maturity

9. Contracted pelvis

10. Abnormal uterine contraction

11. Mal-position, mal-presentation & cord prolapsed

12. Prolonged labor, obstructed labor & dystocia

13. Complication of 3rd stage labor

14. Injuries to birth canal

15. Low birth weight baby

16. Disease of fetus & the new born

17. Medico-legal aspects in Obstetrics

18. Population dynamics & control of conception

19. Prenatal Diagnostic Techniques Act 1994

20. Operative obstetrics

21. Safe mother-hood & obstetrics care

22. Special topics in obstetrics

23. Reproductive & child health care

 

Homoeopathic Therapeutics

Following organ affinity remedies (with specific sphere of action on genitalia) to be given preference along with Polychrests of II, III, IV BHMS:

 Teaching Program: Preparation of advance yearly teaching program and classes are conducted according to teaching plan.
Seminars : Once in month Seminars will be arranged periodically on the assigned topics.
Tutorials : Once in 15 days Tutorials will be arranged in small groups as discussions.
Tests : Monthly one test.
Internal assessment Examination: Dept conducts 3internal assessment examinations as per the guidelines of CCH and RGUHS.
Attendance: 80% attendance is compulsory for qualifying the final examinations for RS3 & 75% for RS4.
Parents meet: once a year parents meet will be conducted in that we brief the student’s performance.

EXAMINATION:

It will be conducted in III (Third) BHMS at the end of 2 years of Course of studying Theoretical and Practical aspects of Gynaecology and Obstetrics.

Eligibility for examination will include submission of 20 complete cases of different types (10 each in Gynaecology and Obstetrics).

Scheme of Examination RS3:

 
Papers Content Marks Total
Theory Paper – I Obstetrics & Infant care 100  
Theory Paper – II Gynecology 100  
Theory Paper – III Homoeopathic therapeutics 100   300
Practical   100  
Viva   100  
Total     500

 

Scheme of Examination RS4:

Theory: No of papers – 02            

Marks: Paper I – 100

Paper II - 100

 Contents

Paper I- Gynecology and homoeopathic therapeutics

            Paper II – Obstetrics, infant care and homoeopathic therapeutics

PRACTICAL & CLINICAL EXAMINATION:

The Examinee will take and present one case. The examiners shall stress on:

  1. Comprehensive Case Taking.
  2. Bedside training.
  3. Adequate grasp over Diagnostics.
  4. Adequate grasp over Management Principles.

INFRASTRUCTURE:

 
DEPARTMENT 36.53  SQMtrs
MUSEUM & DEMONSTRATION ROOM  24.30 Sq Mtrs
OPD 22.28  SQMtrs
LABOUR ROOM 11.24  SQMtr

Departmental Library: Total of 70 books are available

 Museum / Demonstration Room:

 
Demonstration room has Charts—13 Models—11 Instruments—16 Specimans--16

Computer:

Upgraded computer system is available in the department for preparation of teaching materials i.e. for Preparation of Power point & maintaining OPD & IPD case records.

FACULTY DETAILS:

 
Sl.No Photo Name of the Faculty Qualification Designation Teaching Experiences
1 Dr. Renuka patil M.D.(Hom) Professor & HOD 19 Years 6 months
2 Dr. Sunita patil M.D.(Hom) Assit. Prof./Lecturer 12 Years 09 months
3  

Dr. Gayathri bawagi

(Guest Faculty)

MD (OBG) Associate Professor 16 Years 10 months