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Can anyone provide me M.Sc. Nursing syllabus of Dr NTR University Of Health Sciences.

Dr. NTR University of Health Sciences (NTRUHS), formerly Andhra Pradesh University of Health Sciences, is a public university in the city of Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh, India.
The Univ was established in 1986.
The Univ is approved by UGC.

M.Sc Medical Anatomy

1st Year:

I. General physiology:
Organisation of the cell and its functions
Structure of cell membrane, cell organelles
Intercellular communications
Transport across cell membrane
Membrane potentials
Body fluid compartments and changes in body fluid compartments, oedema and
dehydration, osmolarity and osmolality
Homeostasis, concepts of physiological norms, range and variations
Genetic control of protein synthesis, apoptosis, programmed cell death.
II. Blood:
Composition and functions of blood
Plasma proteins – Types, normal values, origin, functions, variation in health and
diseases
Red blood cells – erythropoiesis definition, sites and stages of erythropoiesis,
regulation
Morphology of RBC, functions, normal vaiues, variations, PCV and ESR,
determination, anemias and its clinical significance
Haemoglobin – structure, functions, types, derivatives, methods of estimation,
normal values, anemias, tyoes and features
Life span and destruction of RBC, RE system, functions, jaundice, types
Leucocytes – leucopoiesis, sites of granulopoiesis, lymphopoiesis and
monocytopoiesis
Morphology of different types of leucocytes, functions, variations, immunity,
transplantation of tissues and organs
Platelets – thrombopoiesis, sites, stages, morphology, functions, normal values
and variation
Hemostasis and blood coagulation – definition, clotting factors, mechanism of
clotting
Clot retraction, fibrinolysis, bleeding disorders, tests for clotting, anticoagulants,
actions and uses
Blood groups – ABO system and Rh factor
Blood transfusion – indications, types, reactions, lymph – origin, circulation,
functions of lymph and lymph nodes, blood volume, determination, regulations
III. Nerve and muscle:
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Structure of a neuron and classification of nerve fibers, properties, potential in
nerve fibers, degeneration and regeneration of Nerve fibers, Neuroglia
Muscle: types, physiological anatomy of skeletal muscle
Neuromuscular junction and myasthenia gravis and NMJ blocking drugs
Mechanism of muscle contraction and its molecular basis, types of contraction –
isotonic and isometric contractions
Energetics of muscle contraction – Rigor mortis
Types and properties of muscle fiber
Structure ond types of smooth muscle
Contraction of smooth muscle

IV. Gastrointestinal system:
Introduction – Anatomy of GItract, salivary secretion, types of salivary glands,
innervations, composition of saliva, regulation, functions
Gastric secretion – structure of gastric mucosa, innervation, origin, composition
and function of gastric juice, mechanism of secretion of HCL, functions
Regulation of gastric secretion, methods of study, phases of gastric secretion,
factors influencing gastric secretion, peptic ulcer
Pancreatic secretion – structure of pancreas, innervations, composition and
functions of pancreatic juice, Mechanism of secretion, regulation, tests for
pancreatic exocrine function
Liver and gall bladder – function of liver, composition and functions of bile,
function of gall bladder, filling and emptying, regulation, cholecystectomy, gall
stones
Small intestine – structure, composition and function of succus entericus,
regulation, large intestine – structure, function, secretion
Gastro-intestinal motility – stages of degulation, mechanism, disturbances, types
of movement, gastric emptying regulation
Movement of small intestine – types, regulation, ileo-caecal valve, functions,
movements of colon, defecation
Gastro-intestinal hormones and their actions, digestion of carbohydrates, proteins
and fats
Absorption of carbohydrates, proteins, fats, vitamins, water and electrolytes
V. Kidney, skin and temperature regulation:
Functional anatomy of kidney, renal blood flow, its determination, regulation and
peculiarities
GFR – definition, measurement, filtration membrane, forces involved, control of
GFR
Tubular function – reabsorption, secretion and concentration mechanism
Nerve supply to urinary bladder, micturition, Non excretory functions of kidney
Renal function tests
Skin and its functions and temperature
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VI. Respiration:
Introduction – functional anatomy of respiratory tract
Pulmonary ventilation – mechanism of ventilation, muscles, pressure changes,
pressure volume inter relationship, compliance, airway resistance
Surfactant – source, chemical nature, functions, lumg volumes and capacities,
definition, determination, normal values, significance
Alveolar ventilation – dead space, significance, pulmonary circulation, ventilation
perfusion ratio and its significance
Respiratory membrane, partial pressure of gases, diffusion of gases, diffusion
capacity, factors affecting diffusion of gas
Oxygen transport – forms of transport, O2 – Hb dissociation curve, factors
affecting it, myoglobin
CO2 transport – form of transport, CO2 dissociation curve, chloride shift,
Haldane effect
Regulation of respiration – organization of respiratory centers, Non-chemical
regulation, respiration and acid-base balance
Hypoxia – types, effects, voluntary hyperventilation, periodic breathing
Dyspnoea, Asphyxia, Cyanosis, Decompression sickness, Artificial respiratory
methods
Pulmonary function tests, respiratory adjustments during muscular exercise
VII. Cardio vascular system:
Functional anatomy of heart, blood vessels, conducting system, systemic and
pulmonary circulation
Innervation of the heart and blood vessels, VMC
Haemodynamics
Properties of cardiac muscle
Cardiac cycle
Heart rate and regulation of heart rate
Cardiac output definitions, variations, method of determination, regulation
Blood pressure
Shock
Regional circulation
Cardio vascular changes during muscular exercises
VIII. Endocrines:
Introduction to endocrinology, classification, general properties and mechanism
of action of hormones
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Pituitary gland – anterior pituitary hormones, their actions, control and disorders,
actions, control and disorders of posterior pituitary hormones
Thyroid gland – synthesis, actions of iodine containing thyroid hormones, control
of secretion, thyroid function tests and disorders
Calcium – functions, control- parathormone, calcitonin and 1-25 (OH) D -23
disorders
Endocrine pancreas – Insulin and Glucagon, source, actions, regulation, clinical
disorders
Adrenal gland – adrenal cortex – nomenclature, actions, control, disorders,
adrenal medullary hormones – synthesis, actions and control
IX. Reproduction:
Introduction
Male reproductive system – physiological anatomy, spermatogenesis and its
regulation, testicular hormones, composition of semen
Female reproductive system – menstrual cycle, pregnancy and parturition,
lactation and family planning
X. Central nervous system:
Organization of central nervous system
Synapse – transmission and properties, neurotransmitters
Receptors and properties
Sensory system – primary sensations, ascending tracts and sensory cortex
Pain sensation and thalamus
Spinal cord – reflexes
Motor tracts, basal rebellum, contral of motor ganglia, vestibular apparatus, cavity
and postural reflexes
Hypothalamus, ANS, Limbic system, prefrontal lobe
Higher mental functions
Sleep and EEG
Learning and memory
Language and speech
CSF and blood brain barrier (BBB)
XI. Special senses:
Vision – functional anatomy of eye
Aqueous humour, IOP, Glaucoma
Optics of eye
Image forming mechanism
Visual activity
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Errors of refractions
Retina – structure and electrical activity of photoreceptors
Visual pathway and its lesion, visual cortex, depth perception
Accomdation, dark adaptation, papillary reflexes
Colour vision with applied aspect.
Hearing – functional anatomy of ear
Physics of sound
Role of tympanic membrane, middle ear and cochlea in hearing
Auditory pathway and auditory cortex
Tests for hearing and deafness.
Taste and smell – modalities, receptors, pathways, cortical and limbic areas associated
with taste and smell, olfaction and memory.
PRACTICAL SYLLABUS M.Sc I year:
Study of the microscope
Hemoglobin estimation and Packed cell volume estimation
Study of Haemocytometer and Red cell count
Blood indices
Rouleaux formation and Erythrocyte sedimentation rate
Behaviors of RBCs in different tonicities of sodium chloride solution and osmotic
fragility
Construction of Price-Jones curve
Determination of blood groups, major and minor, cross matching, Determination
of agglutinin
White cell count
Preparation and staining of a peripheral smear: Differential leucocyte count
Arneth count: sex differences in Neutrophil, Absolute Eosinophil count
Reticulocyte count
Platelet count
Laboratory tests for haemostasis: Bleeding time, clotting time, prothrombin time,
clot retraction
Clinical examination of CVS, Respiratory system and cranial nerves.
Demonstration of Human experiments (Spirometry, ECG)


Contact;
Dr.NTR UNIVERSITY OF HEALTH SCIENCE
New Government Hospital Road, NH-5 Frontage Road, Beside ATM, Mahanadu Road Circle Point, Beside General Hospital, Gunadala, Vijayawada, Andhra Pradesh 520008 ‎
0866 245 1206 ‎


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I have M.Sc. Nursing syllabus of Dr NTR University Of Health Sciences which you are looking for and I am providing you:

I Year
Paper -I -Advanced Concepts of Health and Nursing
Paper -II - Biological & Psycho-Social Foundation of Nursing
Sec-A -Genetics Embryology and Patho-Physiology
Sec-B - Psycho-Social Foundation of Nursing & Epidemiology
Paper - III - Education and Nursing Education
Paper -IV - Bio-Statistics Research Methodology & Nursing Research
Sec-A -Bio-Statistics
Sec-B - Research Methodology and Nursing Research
Paper - V - Nursing Speciality -I (Theory and Practical)

II Year
Paper - VI - Administration and Nursing Administration
Paper - VII - Nursing Speciality -II (Theory and Practical)
Paper - VIII – Dissertation

Address:
NTR UHS,
NH5 Frontage Rd Vijayawada,
Andhra Pradesh 520008
Pin : 500007
Andhra Pradesh, India
Phone: 91-866-2451206 - 10
Email: ntruhs@hotmail.com

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