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Course Offered

Department of Medicine offers total 500 hours of lectures, 58 weeks of clinical bed side teaching including block posting and 75 days of formative and summative exam during the last 3 years of MBBS course.

 

Course description:

Medicine course is arranged into Formative(divided into 6 terms & 3 ward completion exams,final assessment exam,block ending exam) & Summative(Final Professional MBBS Exam) exams.

 

Course Objectives:

At the end of clinical postings in Medicine, the under graduate medical students will be able to:

  • Acquire appropriate knowledge, attitude and skill to become an effective doctor for the Society.
  • Elicit an appropriate clinical history, and physical findings, elucidate the clinical problems based on these and identify the means of solving the problems.
  • Write requisition form for relevant laboratory tests and perform common bed side lab procedures, justify and interpret them.
  • Outline the principles of management of various diseases considering the patient’s socio-economic circumstances.  Diagnose and manage medical emergencies.
  • Recognize& provide competent initial care and refer complicated cases to secondary and tertiary care centers at appropriate time.
  • Perform clinical procedures.
  • Possess knowledge to consider the ethical and social implications of his/ her decision.
  • Demonstrate the art of medicine involving communication, empathy and reassurance with patients.
  • Develop an interest in care for all patients and evaluate each patient as a person in society.
  • Have an open attitude to the newer developments in medicine to keep abreast of new knowledge.
  • Learn how to adapt new ideas in situations where necessary.
  • Learn to keep the clinical records for future references.
  • Make them oriented to carry out clinical research in future.

 

List of competencies to acquire:

At the end of the course of Medicine the undergraduate medical students will be able to:

  1. Diagnose and manage various common medical conditions prevalent in the community and give proper counseling to patients and relatives.
  2. Recognize & provide competent initial care and refer complicated cases to secondary and tertiary care centers at appropriate time.
  3. Diagnose and manage medical emergencies commonly encountered in hospital practice.
  4. Demonstrate the awareness of the need to keep abreast to new knowledge and techniques in medicine

Academic Staff Of Medicine:

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Course Offered

Department of Psychiatry offers total 20 hours of lectures, 3 weeks of clinical bed side teaching including block posting. 

Course description:

Psychiatry course is arranged into Formative(ward completion exams,final assessment exam,block ending exam) & Summative(Final Professional MBBS Exam) exams.

 

COURSE OBJECTIVES

After completion of the course a medical student will be able to:

  • Comprehend the concept of mental health care and be aware of the role of the medical doctor in detecting common mental disorder in the community
  • Provide appropriate management to patients in the community
  • Comprehend the historical concept of psychiatry and its gradual development.
  • Comprehend normal and abnormal human behaviour in terms of personality, memory, intelligence, and learning.
  • Classify psychiatric disorders, recognize clinical manifestation of common psychiatric syndrome during clinical assessment and plan their appropriate management.
  • Deal psychiatric emergencies in hospital and community.

 

Learning Objectives

Contents Teaching Hours 20 hours Students will be able to:

  • describe the historical concepts related to psychiatry
  • describe psychosocial aspects of patients in medical settings
  • explain the basic concepts related to learning, memory, personality, and intelligence
  • classify common psychiatric disorders prevalent in Bangladesh
  • describe the aspects of mental health care to patients at the community level including drug abuse
  • classify common child psychiatric, neurological, behavioral, and psychosocial disorders prevalent in Bangladesh
  • recognize clinical manifestation of common psychiatric syndrome during clinical assessment
  • Plan their appropriate management.
  • provide care to the patients presenting with psychiatric emergencies in hospital
  • give long term care to patients at the community level provide preventive mental health care especially to high risk group

CORE:

  • Historical concepts & classification
  • Behavioural Science
  • Learning, memory, personality, intelligence
  • Symptomatology
  • Organic psychiatry: Dementia & Delirium
  • Substance Abuse &Alcoholism
  • Child psychiatry including Autism
  • Psychosexual Disorders
  • Psychopharmacology

Clinical Placement:

  • Mental state exam
  • Schizophrenia
  • Mood Disorders: Depression & Bipolar Mood Disorder (BMD)
  • Anxiety Disorders: GAD, phobia, panic disorder.
  • OCD
  • Psychiatric emergencies
  • Psychotherapy

Academic Staff Of Psychiatry:

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Academic Staff Of Dermatology:

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Academic Staff Of Cardiology:

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Academic Staff Of Nephrology:

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Course Offered

Department of Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation (PM&R) offers total 31 learning hours for the 4th & 5th year student of MBBS course.

 

Course Description:

Physical Medicine & Rehabilitation is a branch of medicine that deals with the treatment of medical conditions offering the brain, spinal cord, nerve, bones, joints, ligaments, muscles and tendons. Rehabilitation is a procedure of treatment which is designed to help the patients to recover from various illness, disease or injury and restore functional ability and quality of life.

 

PM&R course arranged into two parts

  • Classes with practical demonstration are taken of students of 4th year MBBS according to their academic calendar as per schedule which is 2weeks.
  • Lecture classes for the 5th year MBBS students are taken according to their academic calendar. Lectures are given on pain, rheumatological and neurological disease and disability management.

 

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course in course in PM&R the students will be able to learn how to diagnose, treat & correct the disease and disability of patient related to rheumatological and neurological disease.  

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Course Offered:

Study of Surgery starts in 2nd phase with lectures, tutorials and ward placement. In the 2nd phase, students are placed in General Surgery, Anesthesia, Radiology and Emergency. In 3rd phase they are placed in Orthopedics, Otolaryngology, Ophthalmology & Neurosurgery, Total teaching hours includes 300hours of lecture, 200hours of tutorials and 20 hours of integrated teaching. Ward placement includes 20weeks in 2nd phase 14weeks in 3rd phase and 24weeks in 4th phase. Besides 4weeks are allocated for block posting.

 

Course Objectives:

At the end of the course students should be able to –

  • Elicit a complete clinical evolution of patients of common surgical problems carry out necessary investigations and interrupt the results.
  • Perform minor surgical procedures and prayed minor surgical problem.
  • Recognize the major surgical problems and referred to appropriate centres.
  • Diagnosis and provide complete primary care in surgical emergencies.
  • Manage common causalities and natural calamities to offer and arrange the basic life support.
  • Demonstrate the right attitude in
    • patient care
    • community Healthcare
    • continuing medical education and research
    • observing the moral and legal codes of medical ethics

Course description:

Surgery is the branch of medicine which is concerned with the treatment of disease, injury and deformity by operation of manipulation. In this course students are introduced to surgical procedures and related surgical pathology lectures focus on surgical procedures related to general medicine and various specialty fields such as Orthopedic, Ophthalmology etc. Students are prepared in such a way that they can develop proper clinical knowledge. Among practical skills they are adoption of aseptic technique, IV access, introduction of different tubes and catheters, apply splint, slings, catch, slabs and traction and also performing some minor surgical procedures individually.

 

Teaching is delivered through lectures, tutorials, bed side clinics and practical demonstrations. Students are assessed periodically by written exams, items, cards. End term exams and end block exams. Such formative assessment constitutes the sent up criteria for final professional examination.

Academic Staff Of Surgery:

General Info
Ophthalmology is a part of Surgery as well as a vital clinical and academic subject which contributes 25% of Surgery in the Final Professional Examination of MBBS Course.


Course Offered
Department of Ophthalmology offers total 40 hours of lectures, total 09 weeks of clinical bed side teaching including block posting, followed by formative and summative exam during the last 2.5 years of MBBS course.


Course description:
Teaching is delivered through lectures, tutorials, bed side clinics and practical demonstrations. Students are assessed periodically by written exams, items, cards. End term exams and end block exams. Such formative assessment constitutes the sent up criteria for final professional examination.


Study of Ophthalmology starts in 3rd phase (4 th year) with tutorials and ward placement. In the 4th phase (5 th year) students are offered for lectures, tutorials, integrated teaching and block posting. Ward placement includes 04 weeks in 4 th year, 04 weeks in 5 th year
and finally 01 week is allocated for block posting before the final assessment.


The course is arranged into Formative (02 ward completion exams, 02 term exams & final assessment exam) and Summative (Final Professional MBBS Exam) exams.


Course Objectives:
At the end of the course students should be able to –

 

  • Acquire appropriate knowledge, attitude and skill to become an effective doctor for the Society.
  • Elicit a complete clinical evolution of patients of common and important ophthalmic problems as well as carry out necessary steps and management of the patients.
  • Perform minor ophthalmic procedures and manage minor ophthalmic problem.
  • Recognize the major ophthalmic problems and referred to appropriate centers.
  • Diagnosis and provide complete primary care in ophthalmic emergencies.
  • Manage common causalities and natural calamities to offer and arrange the basic life support.
  • Learn how to adapt new ideas in situations where necessary.
  • Learn to keep the clinical records for future references.
  • Demonstrate the right attitude in
    • patient care
    • community Healthcare
    • continuing medical education and research
    • observing the moral and legal codes of medical ethics

Academic Staff Of Eye:

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Academic Staff Of ENT:

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Academic Staff Of Paediatrics Surgery:

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Academic Staff Of Orthopadiaetics:

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Academic Staff Of Radiology & Imaging:

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Academic Staff Of Anesthesiology:

Intensive Care Unit:
Sylhet Women’s Medical College Hospital offers the most cost effective world class ICU services to the people of Sylhet and its surroundings. It provides services to all types of patients including Medical, Surgical, Gyaenecological and Obstetrical, Neurological and Neurosurgical, Nephrological, Accidents & Trauma, Poisoning and others.

Services we offer:

  • Having well equipped 10 beds in ICU for critically ill patients
  • 04 beds of High Dependency Unit (HDU) for less critical and step down patients.
  • Availability of experienced consultants round the clock whenever needed.
  • Presence of round the clock well trained ICU doctors.
  • Adequate numbers well trained ICU nurses
  • All beds are supported with all types of monitoring facilities.
  • Adequate number State of Art Ventilator machines.
  • First and Only in City, Haemodialysis facility within the ICU for critically ill and Ventilated patients.
  • Round the clock 24/7, diagnostics, ABG, ECG and X ray facilities.
  • Adequate facilities to maintain all sorts of Emergency Situations within the ICU

Academic Staff Of ICU:

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Academic Staff Of Urology:

Course Offered

Department of Gynae & Obs offers total 116 learning hours during the initial one & half year (after passing 3rd professional exam) of MBBS course.

 

Course Description:

Gynae & Obs is arranging into 5 terms.

  • In 4th year –
    • 1st  term:  1st term take place in October & topic included – Development o female genital tract, relationship of female genital organ to other pelvic organ, Developmental anomalies female genital tract, puberty, Menstruation, Menstrual cycle, Placenta, Ovarian cycle, Fetal circulation, Amniotic Fluid, Anatomical & Physiological changes during pregnancy, Fertilization & Implantation.
    • 2nd term: Antenatal Care Nutrition during pregnancy & lactation, counseling on IYCF, Identification of high risk pregnancy, Bad obstetric history, Vomiting in early pregnancy. Abortion-def, types causes, threatened, abortion, Inevitable abortion. Abortion-Incomplete, complete, missed, septic, recurrent. Ectopic pregnancy Gestational trophoblastic diseases.
  • In 5th year –
    • 1st term takes place in December & topic included – APH, IUFD & Post maturity PPH, Benign lesion of cervix, VVF, Ca cervix, pre eclamsia & Eclampsia, Malposition, Malpresentation, Contraception, Partograph & pain relief, Fibroid uterus, Prolong Labour.
    • 2nd term takes place in June  & topic include - Amenorrhea, PROM, Endometriosis & Adenomysosis, LSCS, Destructive optn, Episiotomy, Ovarian tumor, fertility, Rh. Incompatibility, Endometrial carcinoma, Induction of labour, Anaemia in pregnancy, Multiple pregnancy, Menopause & HRT, DUB.
    • 3rd Term takes place in October & topics included- Principle of common gynecological surgery, IUFR, Diagnostic aids in gynae-USG, Cervical smear, colposcopy,  Laparoscopy, HSG, Hysteroscopy USG, CVS, Amniocentesis, Menopause & HRT, Pricciple of common gynaecological surgery, EOC, MMR, PNMR, MDG also topic included 1st term & 2nd term.

Ward placement:

4th year: Indoor – 4weeks, GOPD – 2weeks, Family planning -1weeks

5th year: obs-3weeks, gynae -3weeks, EOC-1weeks 3days.

Block posting – 12 weeks (Respective Department with co-ordinate programme)

 

Final professional examination regular batch takes place in May & Supplementary in November.

Academic Staff Of Gynaecology & Obstetrics:

Course Offered
Department of Neurosurgery offers total 7 hours of lectures, 2 weeks of clinical bed side teaching including block posting and formative and summative exams along with General surgery during the last 3 years of MBBS course.
 
Course description:
Neurosurgery course is arranged into Formative & Summative(Final Professional MBBS Exam) exams along with General Surgery
 
Course Objectives:
At the end of clinical postings in Neurosurgery, the under graduate medical students will be able to:

  • Acquire appropriate knowledge, attitude and skill to become an effective doctor for the Society. 
  • Elicit an appropriate clinical history, and physical findings, elucidate the clinical problems based on these and identify the means of solving the problems. 
  • Write requisition form for relevant laboratory tests and perform common bed side lab procedures, justify and interpret them. 
  • Outline the principles of management of various diseases considering the patient’s socio-economic circumstances. 
  • Diagnose and manage medical emergencies. 
  • Recognize& provide competent initial care and refer complicated cases to secondary and tertiary care centers at appropriate time. 
  • Perform clinical procedures.
  • Possess knowledge to consider the ethical and social implications of her decision.
  • Demonstrate the art of Neurosurgery involving communication, empathy and reassurance with patients.
  • Develop an interest in care for all patients and evaluate each patient as a person in society.
  • Learn how to adapt new ideas in situations where necessary.
  • Learn to keep the clinical records for future references.
  • Make them oriented to carry out clinical research in future.

 
List of competencies to acquire:
At the end of the course of Neurosurgery the undergraduate medical students will be able to:
1. provide primary care of head injury & Spinal injury cases.
2. take measures to prevent complications in neuro surgical patients.
3. involve effectively in continued care & rehabilitation of neuro surgical cases

Academic Staff Of Neurosurgery:

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