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Modern Emergency Medical Technician Course (M.E.M.T.)

Modern allopathic emergency medical technician course for the person working in government and private hospitals, clinic staff, nurses, compounders, general practitioners and 108 ambulances servant.
1. MEMT Course has been prepared to provide medical facility in emergency, which serves as an important link in the series of emergency health care. The curriculum of this course has been tailored to international standards.
2. Modern emergency medical technician (MEMT) course is a major part of the emergency medical services before reaching the hospital and medical departments.
3. The presence of technicians in government or private hospitals, ambulance services is mandatory; this course includes all the elements to provide emergency medical care and primary treatment.

Syllabus of M.E.M.T. 1st Year

Anatomy
1- Cell, tissues, organ, structure
2- Skeleton system - structure & function
3- Cardiovascular system
4- Muscular system
5- Respiratory system
6- Digestive system
7- Excretory system
8- Endocrine system
9- Reproduction system
10- Nervous system
11- Special senses (eye,ear,nose,skin)
Physiology
1- Cell, tissues - normal physiology
2- Skeleton system - A.P.L. Function
3- Cardiovascular system - cardiac cycle action
4- Muscular system - potential special
5- Respiratory system - junction tissues
6- Digestive system - composition
7- Excretory system
8- Reproduction system
9- Endocrine system
10- Nervous system
Pathology
1- General pathology
2- Clinical pathology
3- Bacteriology
4- Parasitological
5- Fungi logy
6- Helminthological
7- Applied pathology
8- Advance pathology
Health and Hygiene
1- Food and nutrition
2- Community health and hygiene
3- Home nursing
4- First aid
5- Ors, breast feeding, health food etc.
Pharmacology
1- Definition of drugs
2- Pharmacy - source of drug
3- Form of drugs
4- Route of administration
5- Various types of drugs - classification
6- Advantage and disadvantage of drugs
7- Dose definition, minimum and maximum
dose, calculating of dose
8- Injection - definition, purpose of injection common dangers of injection
9- Different routes of infusion
10- Infection definition
11- Sterilization - disinfection
12- Methods of transmission diseases
13- Immunity definition - types bacteria - common bacteria virus definition, small poxvirus, chicken pox virus measles, polio, aids virus
14- Definition of toxicology , general principal of clinical toxicology
15- Classification of poisons - general treatment of poisoning

Syllabus of M.E.M.T. 2nd Year

Medical Jurisprudence
1- Criminal court in India
2- Indian legal system
3- Procedure in court
4- Medical ethics
5- Injuries
6- Rape indecent assaults, battery
7- Medical examination and consent
Obstetrics and Gynecology
1- Obstetrics - (a) Antenatal care (b) Safe Delivery (c) Postnatal care
2- Gynecology - Common Diseases
3- Family welfare - Family planning methods (Temporary & Permanent)
4- Investigation of sterility
5- Reproductive & child health (RCH)
6- National family welfare pregnancy
7- Complications of pregnancy
8- Complications of labor
9- Common gynecological disorders
Practice of Medicine
1- Communicable diseases - Prevention,
Control and Treatments
2- Deficiency diseases
3- Endocrine diseases
4- Home remedies
5- First Aid
6- Home Nursing
7- Drug addiction
8- Mental diseases
Primary Health Care
1- Family welfare
2- Investigation of sterility
3- Temporary methods
4- Permanent methods
5- Antenatal care
6- Postnatal care
7- Health education - general, school health, nutrition, sex etc.
8- Special diseases & general, school health, nutrition, sex etc.
Essential Drugs training (Primary level) Allopathic Medicine
1- Practical examination will be for assessment of patients, immunization
2- Blood smear drawing
3- Albumin test for urine
4- Emergency medicine
5- ORS preparation
6- Essential drugs of Allopathic
7- Essential drugs of Ayurveda
8- Essential drugs of Homeopathic
9- Essential drugs of Unani
10- Essential drugs of Naturopathic


DIFFERENCE BETWEEN HOMOEOPATHY & ELECTRO HOMOEOPATHY

In India Allopathy, Ayurveda, Unani and Homoeopathy are the four recognized medical sciences. But Electro homeopathy is also recognizing in India as a fifth medical science.
As we know every system of the medicine works as per its own philosophy, principles, oregano, materia medica and pharmacy. Homoeopathy and Electro Homoeopathy also differ in their principles. Instead of differentiating Electro Homoeopathy with all other medical sciences, we will discuss in detail how Electro Homoeopathy differs from homoeopathy.
HOMOEOPATHY
• Homoeopathy was discovered by Dr. Samuel Hahnemann of Germany in 1796.
• Homoeopathy was brought to India by Dr. Honning Berger in 1835 in Punjab.
• Dr. Babu Rajendra Dutta was the first Indian Homoeopathy.
• “ Similia Similibus Curantur” is the principle of Homeopathy.
• Homoeopathic medicines are prepared from poisonous and nonpoisonous plants, metals, minerals and animals.
• Alcohol is used for preparation of medicines.
• Extracts of sources of medicines are known as Mother Tincture.
• Single medicine is chosen on the basis of the totality of symptoms which appears in a person.
• In Homoeopathy because of the drug aggravation, it becomes more difficult to differentiate disease and drug aggravation.
• There may be side effects of medicines as these are made from poisonous plants, minerals and metals.
• It is a single drug therapy.
• Treatment is based on symptoms.
• Medicines are proved on healthy human beings.
• Original strength of “Vital Force” is reduced as alcohol is used in preparation of medicines.
• In Homoeopathy, Vital Force is the chief controller of the body. Vital force is responsible for disease and health condition of the body.
• It is very difficult to select the medicine for controlling the acuteness of the disease on the basis of the symptoms appeared.
• Huge number of medicines in Homoeopathy, hence difficulty in selection of medicines.
• It is based on Hot Cohobation.
ELECTRO HOMOEOPATHY
• Electro homoeopathy was discovered by Dr. Count Ceasor Mattei of Italy in 1865.
• Electro homoeopathy was brought to India by Dr. Father Muller in 1865 in Karnataka.
• Dr. Baladev Prasad Saxena was the first Indian Electro homoeopath.
• “Complexa Complexis Curantur” is the principle of Electro homoeopathy.
• Electro homoeopathic medicines are prepared from 114 non-poisonous plants only.
• Distilled water or rectified spirit is used for preparation of medicines.
• Extracts of sources of medicines are known as Spagyric Essence.
• Complex medicine is chosen for the complex symptoms which appear in a person.
• There is no drug aggravation if Electro Homoeopathy common likes homoeopathy.
• No side effects of medicines as these are made purely from non-poisonous plants.
• It is a mixed drug therapy.
• Treatment is based on temperaments.
• Medicines are proved on diseased persons.
• Original strength ‘OD Force’ remains as it is, as only distilled water or rectified spirit is used in preparation of medicines.
• In Electro homoeopathy, OD Force is the chief controller of the body. OD force is collected from nature and controls the diseases by purifying blood and lymph
• It is very easy to select the medicine for controlling the acuteness of the disease on the basis of the symptoms appeared.
• Limited number of medicines in Electro Homoeopathy, hence no difficulty in selection of medicines.
• It is based on Cold Cohobation.


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