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Pharm D syllabus,First Year,HUMAN ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY. Subject Code PRY101,Theory 3 Hrs Week, 1 Scope and Objectives This course is designed to impart a fundamental. knowledge on the structure and functions of the human body It also helps in. understanding both homeostasis mechanisms and homeostatic imbalances of various. body systems Since a medicament which is produced by pharmacist is used to correct. the deviations in human body it enhances the understanding of how the drugs act on the. various body systems in correcting the disease state of the organs. 2 Upon completion of the course the student shall be able to. a describe the structure gross and histology and functions of various organs of the. human body, b describe the various homeostatic mechanisms and their imbalances of various. c identify the various tissues and organs of the different systems of the human body. d perform the hematological tests and also record blood pressure heart rate pulse and. Respiratory volumes, e appreciate coordinated working pattern of different organs of each system and. f appreciate the interlinked mechanisms in the maintenance of normal functioning. homeostasis of human body,3 Course materials,Text books.
a Tortora Gerard J and Nicholas P Principles of anatomy and physiology. Publisher Harpercollins college New York, b Wilson K J W Ross and Wilson s foundations of anatomy and physiology. Publisher Churchill Livingstone Edinburg,Reference books. a Guyton arthur C Physiology of human body Publisher Holtsaunders. b Chatterjee C C Human physiology Volume 1 11 Publisher medical allied agency. c Peter L Williams Roger Warwick Mary Dyson and Lawrence H. d Gray s anatomy Publisher Churchill Livingstone London. Faculty of Pharmacy 2 Integral University,4 Lecture wise program. 1 Scope of anatomy and physiology basic terminologies used in this subject. Description of the body as such planes and terminologies. 2 Structure of cell its components and their functions. 3 Elementary tissues of the human body epithelial connective Muscular. and nervous tissues their sub types and characteristics. 4 a Osseous system structure composition and functions of the. Skeleton done in practical classes 6hrs, b Classification of joints Types of movements of joints and disorders of. joints Definitions only,5 Haemopoetic System,a Composition and functions of blood.
b Haemopoesis and disorders of blood components definition of. c Blood groups,d Clotting factors and mechanism,e Platelets and disorders of coagulation. a Lymph and lymphatic system composition formation and circulation. b Spleen structure and functions Disorders,c Disorders of lymphatic system definition only. 7 Cardiovascular system,a Anatomy and functions of heart. b Blood vessels and circulation Pulmonary coronary and systemic. circulation,c Electrocardiogram ECG,d Cardiac cycle and heart sounds. e Blood pressure its maintenance and regulation,f Definition of the following disorders.
Hypertension Hypotension Arteriosclerosis Atherosclerosis Angina. Myocardial infarction Congestive heart failure Cardiac arrhythmias. 8 Respiratory system,a Anatomy of respiratory organs and functions. b Mechanism physiology of respiration and regulation of respiration. c Transport of respiratory gases, d Respiratory volumes and capacities and Definition of Hypoxia. Faculty of Pharmacy 3 Integral University, Asphyxia Dybarism Oxygen therapy and resuscitation. 9 Digestive system,a Anatomy and physiology of GIT. b Anatomy and functions of accessory glands of GIT. c Digestion and absorption,d Disorders of GIT definitions only.
10 Nervous system,a Definition and classification of nervous system. b Anatomy physiology and functional areas of cerebrum. c Anatomy and physiology of cerebellum,d Anatomy and physiology of mid brain. e Thalamus hypothalamus and Basal Ganglia, f Spinal card Structure reflexes mono poly planter. g Cranial nerves names and functions, h ANS Anatomy functions of sympathetic parasympathetic N S. 11 Urinary system,a Anatomy and physiology of urinary system.
b Formation of urine, c Renin Angiotensin system Juxtaglomerular apparatus acid base. d Clearance tests and micturition,12 Endocrine system. a Pituitary gland,b Adrenal gland,c Thyroid and Parathyroid glands. d Pancreas and gonads,13 Reproductive system,a Male and female reproductive system. b Their hormones Physiology of menstruation,c Spermatogenesis Oogenesis.
d Sex determination genetic basis,e Pregnancy and maintenance and parturition. f Contraceptive devices,14 Sense organs,d Tongue Nose. Faculty of Pharmacy 4 Integral University,15 Skeletal muscles. a Histology,b Physiology of Muscle contraction, c Physiological properties of skeletal muscle and their disorders. definitions,16 Sports physiology, a Muscles in exercise Effect of athletic training on muscles and muscle.
performance, b Respiration in exercise CVS in exercise Body heat in exercise Body. fluids and salts in exercise,c Drugs and athletics. HUMAN ANATOMY PHYSIOLOGY PRACTICAL,Subject Code PRY102. Practical 3 Hrs Week, General Requirements Dissection box Laboratory Napkin muslin cloth record. Observation book 100pages Stationary items Blood lancet. Course materials,Text books, Goyal R K Natvar M P and Shah S A Practical anatomy physiology and.
biochemistry latest edition Publisher B S Shah Prakashan Ahmedabad. Reference books, Ranade VG Text book of practical physiology Latest edition Publisher PVG Pune. Anderson Experimental Physiology Latest edition Publisher NA. List of Experiments,1 Study of tissues of human body. a Epithelial tissue,b Muscular tissue,2 Study of tissues of human body. a Connective tissue,b Nervous tissue, 3 Study of appliances used in hematological experiments. Faculty of Pharmacy 5 Integral University,4 Determination of W B C count of blood.
5 Determination of R B C count of blood,6 Determination of differential count of blood. 7 Determination of,a Erythrocyte Sedimentation Rate. b Hemoglobin content of Blood,c Bleeding time Clotting time. 8 Determination of,a Blood Pressure,b Blood group, 9 Study of various systems with the help of charts models specimens. a Skeleton system part I axial skeleton,b Skeleton system part II appendicular skeleton.
c Cardiovascular system,d Respiratory system,e Digestive system. f Urinary system,g Nervous system,h Special senses. i Reproductive system,10 Study of different family planning appliances. 11 To perform pregnancy diagnosis test, 12 Study of appliances used in experimental physiology. 13 To record simple muscle curve using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation. 14 To record simple summation curve using gastroenemius sciatic nerve. preparation, 15 To record simple effect of temperature using gastroenemius sciatic nerve.
preparation, 16 To record simple effect of load after load using gastroenemius sciatic nerve. preparation, 17 To record simple fatigue curve using gastroenemius sciatic nerve preparation. Faculty of Pharmacy 6 Integral University,Scheme of Practical Examination. Sessionals Annual,Identification 04 10,Synopsis 04 10. Major Experiment 07 20,Minor Experiment 03 15,Viva 02 15.
Max Marks 20 70,Duration 03hrs 04hrs, Note Total sessional marks is 30 20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for. regularity promptness viva voce and record maintenance. PHARMACEUTICS,Subject Code PRY103,Theory 2 Hrs Week. 1 Scope and objectives This course is designed to impart a fundamental. knowledge on the art and science of formulating different dosage forms It prepares the. students for most basics of the applied field of pharmacy. 2 Upon the completion of the course the student should be able to. a know the formulation aspects of different dosage forms. b do different pharmaceutical caluculation involved in formulation. c formulate different types of dosage forms and, d appreciate the importance of good formulation for effectiveness. 3 Course materials,Text books, a Cooper and Gunns Dispensing for pharmacy students. b A text book Professional Pharmacy by N K Jain and S N Sharma. Reference books, a Introduction to Pharmaceutical dosage forms by Howard C Ansel.
b Remington s Pharmaceutical Sciences,c Register of General Pharmacy by Cooper and Gunn. d General Pharmacy by M L Schroff,4 Lecture wise programme. Faculty of Pharmacy 7 Integral University, 1 a Introduction to dosage forms classification and definitions. b Prescription definition parts and handling, c Posology Definition Factors affecting dose selection Calculation of children. and infant doses, 2 Historical background and development of profession of pharmacy and.
pharmaceutical industry in brief, 3 Development of Indian Pharmacopoeia and introduction to other Pharmacopoeias. such as BP USP European Pharmacopoeia Extra pharmacopoeia and Indian. national formulary, 4 Weights and measures Calculations involving percentage solutions allegation. proof spirit isotonic solutions etc, 5 Powders and Granules Classification advantages and disadvantages. Preparation of simple compound powders Insufflations Dusting powders. Eutectic and Explosive powders Tooth powder and effervescent powders and. 6 Monophasic Dosage forms Theoretical aspects of formulation including adjuvant. like stabilizers colorants flavours with examples Study of Monophasic liquids. like gargles mouth washes Throat paint Ear drops Nasal drops Liniments and. lotions Enemas and collodions, 7Biphasic dosage forms Suspensions and emulsions Definition advantages and. disadvantages classification test for the type of emulsion formulation stability and. evaluation, 8Suppositories and pessaries Definition advantages and disadvantages types of.
base method of preparation Displacement value and evaluation. 9Galenicals Definition equipment for different extraction processes like infusion. Decoction Maceration and Percolation methods of preparation of spirits tinctures. and extracts,10Pharmaceutical calculations, 11Surgical aids Surgical dressings absorbable gelatin sponge sutures ligatures and. medicated bandages, 12Incompatibilities Introduction classification and methods to overcome the. incompatibilities,Faculty of Pharmacy 8 Integral University. PHARMACEUTICS PRACTICAL,Subject Code PRY104,Practical 3 Hrs Week. List of Experiments,a Simple Syrup I P,b Syrup of Ephedrine Hcl NF.
c Syrup Vasaka IP,d Syrup of ferrous Phosphate IP,e Orange Syrup. a Piperizine citrate elixir BP,b Cascara elixir BPC. c Paracetamol elixir BPC,a Simple Linctus BPC,b Pediatric simple Linctus BPC. 4 Solutions,a Solution of cresol with soap IP,b Strong solution of ferric chloride BPC. c Aqueous Iodine Solution IP,d Strong solution of Iodine IP.
e Strong solution of ammonium acetate IP,5 Liniments. a Liniment of turpentine IP,b Liniment of camphor IP. 6 Suspensions,a Calamine lotion,b Magnesium Hydroxide mixture BP. 7 Emulsions,a Cod liver oil emulsion,b Liquid paraffin emulsion. a Eutectic powder,b Explosive powder,Faculty of Pharmacy 9 Integral University.
c Dusting powder,d Insufflations,9 Suppositories,a Boric acid suppositories. b Chloral suppositories,10 Incompatibilities,a Mixtures with Physical. b Chemical Therapeutic incompatibilities, colourless bottles required for dispensing Paper envelope white butter paper and. white paper required for dispensing,Scheme of Practical Examination. Sessionals Annual,Synopsis 05 15,Major Experiment 10 25.
Minor Experiment 03 15,Viva 02 15,Max Marks 20 70,Duration 03hrs 04hrs. Note Total sessional marks is 30 20 for practical sessional plus 10 marks for. regularity promptness viva voce and record maintenance. MEDICINAL BIOCHEMISTRY,Subject Code PRY105,Theory 3 Hrs Week. 1 Scope of the Subject Applied biochemistry deals with complete understanding. of the molecular level of the chemical process associated with living cells Clinical. chemistry deals with the study of chemical aspects of human life in health and illness. and the application of chemical laboratory methods to diagnosis control of treatment. and prevention of diseases,2 Objectives of the Subject Know do appreciate. The objective of the present course is providing biochemical facts and the principles to. the students of pharmacy Upon completion of the subject student shall be able to. a understand the catalytic activity of enzymes and importance of isoenzymes in. Faculty of Pharmacy 10 Integral University,diagnosis of diseases. b know the metabolic process of biomolecules in health and illness metabolic. c understand the genetic organization of mammalian genome protein synthesis. replication mutation and repair mechanism, d know the biochemical principles of organ function tests of kidney liver and endocrine.
e do the qualitative analysis and determination of biomolecules in the body fluids. Text books Theory,a Harpers review of biochemistry Martin. b Text book of clinical chemistry Alex Kaplan Laverve L Szabo. c Text book of biochemistry Ramarao,Reference books Theory. a Principles of biochemistry Lehninger,b Practical Biochemistry David T Plum. Goyal R K Natvar M P and Shah S A Practical anatomy physiology and biochemistry latest edition Publisher B S Shah Prakashan Ahmedabad

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